The Flint Hills Soccer Club Earthquakes won the 14-and-under division at the Governor’s Cup tournament last weekend in Topeka. The Earthquakes went undefeated in pool play before advancing to the championship. They won their first game 2-0 against the KC Futura Futbol Club Revolution.
Harry Hopkins scored a hole-in-one on Sunday at Colbert Hills on the Par-3 course. Hopkins pulled off the achievement on the eighth hole from 130 yards out, using an 8-iron. The feat was witnessed by Daniel Meek and Donielle Meek.
The Manhattan Optimist Xtreme 10-and-under softball team competed in the Manhattan Spring Slam this past weekend at Twin Oaks Complex. Xtreme placed first in pool play on Saturday defeating Clay Center Bs #2 8-0, Elite 7-0 and Rockstars 7-0. On Sunday, they went into
Manhattan Optimist Sweet Heat 12-and-under softball team played in the Manhattan USSSA tournament this past weekend. They won one out of three games in the pool play on Saturday. The Sweet Heat put their offense and defense together in their final game on Saturday
The Manhattan Optimist Rebels 14-and-under softball team earned a 2-2 record this weekend at the Manhattan Spring Slam. The Rebels opened pool play with a 15-4 win over Titanium. Rebels’ bats came alive with multiple hits from Janae Shivers, Rylie Major, and Kylea Ricketts. Lindsey
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — So the mighty, four-time division champ Tigers have come and gone. And what we do know? Anything new? Nah, because tough as it might be to accept in this age of instant gratification, baseball remains a marathon and not a sprint. No
The Manhattan Optimist Rebels 14U fast pitch softball team finished with a 1-2 record last weekend at the rain-shortened Battle of the Complexes tournament in Hutchinson. The Rebels opened pool play on Saturday with a 3-2 loss to the Krushers from Kingman. Kylea Ricketts
The Midwest Stix 13-and-under Blue team won the USSSA Smoothie King NIT 13U AAA Tournament, April 24-26, in Olathe. There were 15 teams in the tournament and the Stix Blue were undefeated in six games over the weekend to win the championship. The team
Walter Barr had every reason to like Alaska. After all, the Manhattan native had finished in the top three numerous times at the Alaska Bodybuilding Fitness and Figure Pro-Am Championships in Anchorage. But something was always missing — that elusive first-place title. In fact, despite Barr’
Chris Watson — the grandson of Manhattan’s Jack and Pearl Watson — has a lot to celebrate these days. The Central Oklahoma wrestler not only capped a perfect 42-0 season with an NCAA Division II national title at 165 pounds — earning him Wrestler of the Year honors —
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