The Optimist Bullets 14-and-under B team competed in the Summer Smash in Kansas City this past weekend. In a field of 17 teams and with only one starting pitcher able to make the trip, the Bullets finished the three-day event tied for fifth. The Bullets went 2
The Manhattan Optimist 18-and-under Moxie went 8-2 and finished third in the Summer Smash in Kansas City last weekend. The Moxie opened the weekend on Friday night with a game against the Columbia Rockers, winning 14-0. Brynn Hammett was a dual threat going 2 for 2 and
The KBCA All-Star game will take place this Saturday on the campus of Kansas Wesleyan University in Salina. The girls’ KBCA game will be at 6 p.m. followed by the boys’ game. The KBCA will also induct its Hall of Fame members at halftime.
The Manhattan Optimist 18-and-under class B Sting traveled to Kansas City and brought home first place in the lower bracket of the Summer Smash tournament this past weekend. The 20-team tournament started with four pool games to determine what bracket they would play in. The
After a mostly forgettable weekend at the Kansas State Showcase, the American Legion Manhattan Manko senior 17ers didn’t care that it was raining. With Manhattan trailing the Wichita Sluggers by a run after six complete innings, umpires tried to call the game amidst a
Knowledgeable soccer fans understood the horror of it, surely. But if you don’t follow the game on a day-to-day basis, and want some perspective on just how needless it was for the United States to get hit in the mouth with Portugal grabbing a
The Manhattan Optimist Monarchs 12-and-under softball team went 2-3 over the weekend to finish seventh out of fifteen teams in the USSSA West “C” State Tournament in Derby. The Monarchs opened against the Garden City Envy, the eventual tournament champions. With the score tied 2-2
Manhattan tennis players won titles and turned in some impressive results at tournaments held this past week. At the Sweet 16 tournament in Kansas City, which includes the top 16 players in the region that includes Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa and Oklahoma, Daniel Harkin and Brett Seaton
WAMEGO — After losing 14-4 on Friday, the Manhattan American Legion Manko senior 17ers dropped two more on Saturday in the Kansas State Showcase. The 17ers lost, 8-0, to the Old School Dirtbags at Tointon Family Stadium on Saturday morning, and then lost, 9-0, to Mac-N-Seitz
great start for the American Legion Manhattan Manko senior 17ers at the Kansas State Showcase turned ugly Friday afternoon in a 14-4 run-rule loss to the Mac-N-Seitz Royals. The 17ers took a 3-1 lead after the first inning and led 4-2 in the top of
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