The next Manhattan High baseball season won’t start until April, but the Indians used this week to take the first step toward next year.
Reid Buchanan, former Manhattan High student and distance runner, running for the University of Portland, placed fifth in the 10000-meter run at the NCAA National Track and Field Championships in Eugene, Oregon, on Wednesday night.
After finishing the season with a third-place finish at state in Junction City, the Manhattan High girls’ soccer team was honored by the Centennial League’s coaches with seven inclusions on the 2016 all-league teams.
JUNCTION CITY — After playing for 96 minutes, the Manhattan High girls’ soccer team’s season ended in a flash.
Top-seeded Shawnee Mission West defeated the Indians, 1-0, in double overtime in the semifinal round of the Class 6A state tournament on Saturday in Junction City with a sudden-death goal.
Manhattan’s seniors scored six of the 10 goals on the night, while the offense allowed the game to get called 10 minutes early because of mercy rules.
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WICHITA — Following his fourth-place finish in the 800-meter run at the all-class state track meet at Wichita’s Cessna Stadium on Saturday, the wait was finally over for Brandon Religa.
The Manhattan High girls’ basketball camp for girls entering grades 9-12 will be held Tuesday, May 31, through Friday, June 3, at Manhattan High’s West Campus.
For the Manhattan High girls’ soccer team, the goal all along was to win a Centennial League title and get back to the Class 6A state semifinals.
The Centennial League coaches have named Manhattan High senior Cole Gritton the league’s player of the year for the 2015-16 season, which concluded Monday afternoon at the Class 6A state golf meet.
Once the warm and muggy match finally ended, the Manhattan High girls’ soccer team could breathe a sigh of relief.
The Centennial League coaches have released all-league tennis teams for the recently-completed 2015-16 season with Manhattan garnering three first-team honors.
Just minutes after the awards ceremony concluded following the Class 6A state golf tournament at the Manhattan Country Club, the Indians disappeared.
Former Manhattan High standout Chris Martin helped the Allen County Community College 4x800 relay team win an NJCAA title last week, running the third leg of the race that won.
The Manhattan High track and field teams competed at Friday’s Class 6A regional meet in Lawrence, qualifying for 12 events at next weekend’s all-class state track and field meet in the process.
Ask the Manhattan High boys’ golf team whether playing the biggest tournament of the season — the Class 6A state meet — on its home course is an advantage, and the answers come back in the form of a unanimous yes.
The Manhattan High girls’ swim a team competed in Friday’s preliminary races at the Class 6A state swim meet at Topeka’s Capitol Federal Natatorium, swimming best times in two of three events.
Manhattan came into Thursday’s girls’ soccer regional final against Free State with plenty of advantages.
The third-seeded Indians just needed a win over the second-seeded Junior Blues in the regional final to punch their ticket back to Hoglund Ballpark in Lawrence next week. But a disastrous fourth inning doomed Manhattan in a 6-2 loss to Rural.
The Manhattan High softball team finished its season with an 8-1 loss to Lawrence Free State at Tuesday’s Class 6A regional tournament in Olathe.
Coming into this season, Manhattan High girls’ soccer coach Mike Sanchez knew he would need somebody new to step in and fill up the stat sheet after standout sophomore Cailey Perkins was lost to an ACL injury.