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.
The Manhattan high school girls basketball team holds up the Class 6A state championship trophy after defeating Derby on Saturday night in Wichita.
Assistant coach Tony Ingram and Luke Saville celebrate after a sub-state championship win. Manhattan defeated Washburn Rural, 47-45, on Friday night to move on to the state tournament next week in Wichita.
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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.
Manhattan was just two points away from winning its third-straight tennis meet.
Usually, when a group from Topeka is coming to Manhattan High, it’s for competition.
Not much went Manhattan’s way on Wednesday night.
Zephry Killham isn’t going far to play football next year.
Manhattan’s commanding 12-2 win over Highland Park in Game 2 didn’t start out that way.
The Manhattan girls swim and dive team didn’t have much time between its meet on Wednesday and Monday’s meet against Emporia and Hays.
The Manhattan softball team can breathe a sigh of relief.
Nearly 30 years ago, Greg Wilson was the fullback on a state championship-winning Manhattan High football team.
Before the season, the Manhattan girls basketball team set a goal: win a state title.
WICHITA — Ask around on the Manhattan girls basketball team, and you’ll probably hear that there wasn’t any doubt.
When Chrissy Carr moved from Minnetonka, Minnesota, over the summer, she figured she would have somewhat of an impact on the already-deep Manhattan girls basketball team.
Despite losing 2-0 to Blue Valley on Saturday, Manhattan defenders Molly Smith and Karmen Martinie thought their team had just played one of its best games of the season.
Manhattan head baseball coach Don Hess was happy with how his team came back from a tough loss on Friday.