The Konza Crush 9-and-under baseball team finished second in the SAYSI Be A Good Sport tournament this past Saturday in Salina. The Crush defeated the Salina Royals 16-5 and the SE Slammers 18-5, before falling to the Saline County Shockers 12-8 in the championship game.
The Manhattan Optimist 18-and-under Moxie finished 4-1 this past weekend — winning the Hawaiian Hitfest in Wichita. The Moxie went 2-1 in pool play and then 2-0 in bracket play to capture the championship. In pool play, the Moxie opened with a 2-0 win
The Manhattan Optimist Lasers softball team recorded one win and three losses in the Father’s Day NIT this past weekend in Topeka. The Lasers opened pool play with a 12-0 loss to the Clay Center B’s. Mariah Stringfield and Paige Divine had the
After losing three straight in Oklahoma City this past weekend, the American Legion Manhattan Manko senior 17ers were in need of tonight’s game in Topeka. The 17ers will look to break their three-game skid against the Johnson County Hornets in a nine-inning game at
The Manhattan 9-and-under Braves baseball team went 6-0 last weekend to best a 13-team field in the McPherson Summer Slam. In pool play, the Braves defeated the Augusta Orioles 10-3 and the Slate Creek Sluggers 6-5. On Sunday, the Braves defeated Buhler 10-3, the
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
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