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  • Riley County Falcons win U10AA state championship

    The Riley County Falcons 10-and-under AA baseball team won the USSSA state championship title this past weekend at Mid-America Complex in Kansas City. This is their first state championship. In the U10AA state tournament, 28 teams began the quest for the state title by competing in pool play on June 27. ...

  • Manhattan Force finish runner-up at U11 state

    The Manhattan Force 11-and-under team participated in the USSSA Kansas U11 single-A state championship tournament this past weekend in Kansas City. The Force made it out of pool play as the No. 1 seed out of 24 teams. The Force made it through bracket play to the Kansas 11-A state championship game ...

  • Senior 17ers finish 3-1 at Washburn

    The American Legion Manhattan Manko senior 17ers finished off their tournament at the Washburn Ichabods’ summer team camp showcase, winning their final game of bracket play on Sunday against the KC Blaze Red, 6-4 to finish first in the Silver division. Manhattan’s Eric Prockish earned the win on the ...

  • Munsen paces Manko seniors

    The American Legion Manhattan Manko senior 17ers got a standout performance from starting pitcher Grant Munsen Saturday afternoon, winning 5-0 over Home Plate Baseball in a rematch from Thursday’s pool play game. Munsen took a no-hitter into the seventh inning and finished off the shutout to stake the 17ers ...

  • Cameron: U.S. survives ‘Group of Death’ Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    Forget about “The Group of Death.” As someone wrote on Twitter, this tense and terrifying soccer experience should have been called “The Group of Deep Breaths.” And in fact, for soccer fans in America — who turned out to be millions and millions and millions — there were exactly 23 minutes when it ...

  • 17ers split in Topeka

    Playing in the first day of the Washburn University Showcase, the American Legion Manhattan Manko senior 17ers split a pair of pool-play games Thursday afternoon in Topeka at Washburn’s Falley Field. Manhattan lost to the KC Blaze 7-3 in their opener before taking a game against Home Plate Baseball 4 ...

  • Area youth wins national high jump title

    A Manhattan youth won a national track and field title on Thursday morning. Paris Mikinski won the 9-10-year-old high jump title at the USATF youth championships in Bloomington, Ind. Mikinski won the event with a top jump of 4-foot-1. She is the daughter of former Kansas State and national ...

  • 17ers fall 8-6 in Kansas City

    The American Legion Manhattan Manko senior 17ers grabbed a 5-0 lead early on Tuesday in Kansas City, but couldn’t hang on in an 8-6 loss to the Johnson County Hornets. The 17ers scored five runs in the third inning of the wood-bat contest, but the Hornets answered with two ...

  • Titans win Major USSSA Mo-Kan title

    The 11-and-under Manhattan Titans won the championship of the USSSA Major Divison Mo-Kan state tournament this past weekend in the Kansas City area. That put them at the top of the top division of the 340 11-and-under teams in Kansas and Missouri. In pool play, the Titans beat the Basehor Falcons, 6 ...

  • Optimist Aftershock take 5th

    The Manhattan Optimist Aftershock softball team played in the Kansas City Summer Smash this weekend. The Aftershock lost their first game 8-0 to Mid-Mo Evolution from Waynesville, Mo., the eventual winners of the tournament. Makayla Tegtmeier had the pitching duties and Ashley Faiola caught. Jayden Weers, Tia Wood and Tegtmeier ...

  • Optimist Bullets fifth at Summer Smash

    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 2-2 in pool play, starting ...

  • Moxie takes third

    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 pitching for the shut-out win ...







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