Manhattan High Sports

  • MHS tennis finishes 5th at Topeka West tourney

    Manhattan tennis faced tough competition Tuesday at the Topeka West Invitational.

  • MHS boys soccer picks up second win

    After Ethan Englehorn scored Manhattan’s first goal of Tuesday night’s game, head soccer coach Frank Alonso knew there was more to come.

Manhattan High Galleries

  • In a flash Fischer.mercury

    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.

  • MHS Soccer: No Problem Mhssoccer5.mercury

    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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MANHATTAN HIGH SPORTS

  • MHS golf takes 2nd at league tournament

    Manhattan girls golf played in Topeka at the Centennial League tournament on Monday and took second place with a team score of 372.

  • Twins take the tennis court as doubles partners

    Jill and Josie Broxterman are more than just doubles partners — they’re identical twins who shared a tennis court in a meet for the first time last Tuesday.

  • MHS girls golf finishes second at Centennial League tournament

    The Manhattan girls golf team went to Topeka for the Centennial League golf tournament on Monday and took second place with a team score of 372.

  • MHS volleyball comes in third at Seaman tournament

    Manhattan head volleyball coach Lisa Kinderknecht didn’t want to face Lawrence Free State until the championship of the Seaman tournament.

  • MHS cross country battles at Rim Rock Classic

    The Manhattan cross country teams fought through humid conditions and a hilly course Saturday at the Rim Rock Classic in Lawrence.

  • MHS boys soccer can’t capitalize, tie Great Bend

    There were several instances in Saturday’s game against Great Bend where Manhattan boys soccer coach Frank Alonso thought his team would score and pull ahead.

  • MHS fights off Topeka High to stay undefeated

    Friday night’s 46-20 win over Topeka High was far from perfect for Manhattan, but it was enough.

  • MHS soccer loses, 2-1, in overtime to Washburn Rural

    Manhattan head boys soccer coach Frank Alonso saw passion and intensity from his team he hadn’t seen before on Thursday night.

  • Killham quietly leads MHS defense

    Zephry Killham prefers to let his pads do the talking on the field.

  • MHS golf finishes 7th at Washburn Rural Invitational meet

    Manhattan girls golf couldn’t replicate the success of its past two tournaments, coming in seventh at the 10-team Washburn Rural Invitational.

  • MHS boys soccer loses loses, 2-1, in overtime

    Manhattan head boys soccer coach Frank Alonso finally saw passion and intensity from his team he hadn’t seen before on Thursday night.

  • Mascot forum format up in air

    How the Manhattan-Ogden school district conducts a planned public forum on the Manhattan High School mascot is still up in the air.

  • Defense key in tough Topeka High matchup

    Manhattan head football coach Joe Schartz likes to tell his team to try and go 1-0 every week.

  • MHS boys soccer can’t hold on, loses to Seaman, 2-0

    There were just too many holes for Manhattan’s boys soccer team on Tuesday night.

  • MHS volleyball sweeps quad

    Manhattan head volleyball coach Lisa Kinderknecht felt Tuesday’s sweep of Topeka West, Topeka High and Concordia was a good stepping stone for her team.


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