Manhattan head girls’ soccer coach Mike Sanchez thinks the best is yet to come for his team, but Friday’s 10-0 win over Wichita Heights was pretty sweet.
Despite gloomy clouds, Manhattan recorded several personal bests at the Seaman Relays on Friday.
Even though the crack of pads colliding is still months away, Manhattan’s football coaches are working to make hits safer.
The Manhattan High School mascot committee amicably came to a conclusion on a new scholarship, but the situation became tense when it moved on to its second task.
Senior libero Jaylie Thornton signed with Kansas City Community College for volleyball on Monday. Thornton was one of two seniors for Manhattan and helped the Indians to a fourth-place finish in the 6A state tournament last season. She plans to major in pre-physical therapy.
The Manhattan high school girls basketball team holds up the Class 6A state championship trophy after defeating Derby on Saturday night in Wichita.
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Just a couple hours before taking the pool for Manhattan’s six-team swim meet on Wednesday, Kelly Wichmann committed to four more years of swimming.
Lauren Cassou had been missing the cut for the 6A state swim meet in the 100-meter freestyle by one, two or three hundredths of a second.
Manhattan never gave up at Emporia on Tuesday.
Manhattan picked up a pair of wins over Emporia on Tuesday.
If the Manhattan High girls soccer team and Trinity scoring a goal apiece in the first two minutes of the game Tuesday night seemed to suggest a shootout, the two squads followed with what could only be described as the opposite.
Manhattan put together its two best games of the season against Emporia on Tuesday to head coach Monty Enright.
The Manhattan High School mascot committee will continue discussions of creating a new scholarship during its next meeting.
Manhattan battled through windy conditions to an 11th-place finish out of 21 teams at Monday’s Topeka West Invitational.
Two days removed from a near-first place finish at Junction City, Manhattan came in seventh out of 12 teams at Topeka High on Monday.
For Haleigh Harper, watching her older brother, Jalin Harper, win a 6A state title with the Manhattan wrestling team was one of the most poignant experiences of her life.
Shawn Bammes has long been a fixture of Manhattan’s wrestling program, first as a wrestler from 1992-95, then as a coach the past three years.
Manhattan made the short trip over to Junction City and came out with second place out of five teams on Saturday.
Running into the wind is challenging.
Manhattan and Shawnee Heights each picked up a win in a battle between sixth-ranked teams on Friday.
Manhattan golf had its best team score by 10 strokes on Thursday.