The 13-and-under Midwest Yankees won the NBC Hays tournament this past weekend. On Saturday, the Yankees defeated the Salina Orioles 14-3 then the Rice County Rattlers 5-4. On Sunday, the Yankees played the R.C. Rattlers and won 16-2 to get to the championship game.
The 11-and-under Manhattan Titans got second place in the NBC Hays tournament this past weekend. The Titans went 5-1 overall and lost 3-2 in the championship game to the Topeka Renegades. Manhattan defeated the Cimarron River Rattlers 10-5, Hays Grizzlies 17-0, Norton Blue Jays 10-1
The Manhattan Optimist 18-and-under Moxie softball team played in the “Take a Bite Outta the Lil Apple” tournament in Manhattan and Wamego this past weekend. The Moxie used a big first inning to defeat the Indy Storm, 10-0 in first game of pool play.
The Manhattan Optimist 14-and-under Aftershock played in the rain-shortened “Take a Bite Outta the Lil Apple” tournament in Manhattan and Wamego this weekend. They opened with a victory over the Topeka Bobcats, 10-0. Jayden Weers got the win with Ashley Faiola was behind the plate.
At this point in the season, the Manhattan Optimist 10-and-under Double Play has competed in three tournaments. The April tournament was in Council Grove and the team placed third. Jessa Kulp was named the tournament MVP by the coaching staff. The second tournament
Manhattan’s Ben Lowman used a final round 4-under-par 68 to come from behind and win the 19th KGA Public Links Championship on Sunday at Auburn Hills Golf Course in Wichita. Lowman, who recently finished up his senior year on the Creighton University golf team, finished
The American Legion Manhattan Manko junior 17ers lost both games of a doubleheader Friday night at historic Rathert Stadium in Junction City. Playing the Junction City Hawks senior team, the 17ers lost the first game 9-5 and the nightcap 11-10. “I was very proud of
After eight consecutive innings without a run, the American Legion Manhattan Manko senior 17ers almost pulled off an impressive comeback in Topeka Tuesday night. Hosted by the Topeka Stars, the two teams opted into a single nine-inning game instead of a doubleheader. Eight innings later,
The Manhattan Optimist BD Sting 16-and-under softball team played in the Cap City Showdown this past weekend in Topeka, finishing third. The Sting won all three games on Saturday, and then dropped the first game Sunday morning to finish pool play at 3-1, good for
The Manhattan Optimist Fury 12-and-under softball team ventured to Lincoln, Neb., this past weekend to compete in the Pitch For The Cure cancer benefit tournament. The Fury showed some rust from a three-week layoff, struggling to a 1-1-1 record in pool play on Saturday.
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