The Manhattan Optimist 12-and-under Fury softball team competed at the USSSA “C” state championship tournament this past weekend in Topeka. The Fury began the weekend with a close victory over Emporia Energy, followed by a loss to Abilene Attack. On Sunday, the Fury had to
The Optimist 12-and-under Bullets competed in the NIT JuneBUG JAM this past weekend in Beatrice, Neb. The Bullets were one of more than 20 teams 12U open division. The team went 3-2 on the tournament to finish in fifth place. The first game of
The Manhattan Optimist 14-and-under Aftershock softball team played in Topeka in the Kansas USSSA “C” state tournament this past weekend. On Friday night, the Aftershock defeated the Abilene Attack 12-3. Makayla Tegtmeier got the pitching victory and Ashley Faiola was behind the plate.&
The 2013 Little Apple Invitational, hosted by the Manhattan Marlins swim club, wrapped up their weekend meet Sunday afternoon and continued its success from Saturday. The Marlins racked up 21 more wins throughout four age groups after winning 23 events the previous day. “The team responded with even
The American Legion Manhattan Manko junior 17ers had to reschedule their weekend after a yearly tournament in Wamego was canceled at the last minute. Instead, the 17ers traveled to Silver Lake on Friday night for a doubleheader against its 18-and-under club, but unfortunately for the
Manhattan Marlins head coach Rob Putnam wanted his swim team to show off on its home turf Saturday afternoon during the Little Apple Invitational at the City Park pool. The Marlins didn’t disappoint. Teams from across the region — including clubs from Emporia, Hutchinson, Salina,
The Flint Hills Soccer Club will be conducting tryouts on Saturday, June 15; Friday, June 21 and Saturday July 6 at the Anneberg Park soccer fields. Boys and girls ages 6-10 (born on or after Aug. 1, 2003) will tryout from 5:30-7 p.m. Boys and girls ages11 and older (
The American Legion Manhattan Manko senior 17ers had a tough opening day of pool play in Oklahoma City on Thursday, dropping a pair of games. They lost their tournament opener 10-5 to the Oklahoma City Drillers. Manhattan (5-6) couldn’t get out of a disastrous
After taking last weekend off, the American Legion Manhattan Manko senior 17ers head south today to begin pool play at the sixth annual Justin Sullivan Memorial Baseball Tournament in Oklahoma City. Manhattan is scheduled to play the Oklahoma City Drillers to start the tournament before
Karolyn Tacha had a hole-in one on Tuesday at the Manhattan Country Club. Tacha used a 7-wood from 155 yards out on hole No. 13. It was witnessed by Janet Daniels and Mary Jo Nelson.
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