After almost a year of hearing opinions on the use of Manhattan High School’s Indian mascot, the seven Manhattan- Ogden board members will be tasked with making a decision on its future.
Hays’ Shane Breens grabbed his own rebound and put the shot back.
Manhattan wrestling had a first in its second appearance this season.
The Indians shook off another slow start to move past Hays, 67-34, on Friday night.
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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The Manhattan boys basketball team took another step Friday night, beating Garden City, 60-42, in the second game of the Hays Shootout.
Manhattan head wrestling coach Robert Gonzales isn’t making any excuses for his team.
It took about a quarter, but the Manhattan girls basketball team’s defense shut down Great Bend, and the Indians won, 62-38, in the opening game of the Hays Shoot Out.
The first game of the season is bound to cause some jitters, but the Manhattan boys basketball team overcame that to beat Great Bend, 65-50, in the opening game of the Hays Shoot Out on Thursday.
In a civil but divisive discussion, the Manhattan-Ogden community voiced opinions on the use of Native American imagery as Manhattan High School’s mascot.
To the Editor: Wednesday night I attended what I called a forum on the issue of the Manhattan High School mascot.
To the Editor: What’s in a name? Quite a lot, actually.
The Manhattan High boys swim and dive team started its season off with a splash on Wednesday.
For the Manhattan boys basketball team, this year is about leaving a legacy.
It’s almost the same group of players on the Manhattan girls basketball team, but it’s a completely different situation.
Manhattan wrestling won the Centennial League last year.
It’s a new season for the Manhattan boys swim team in more ways than one.
Several Manhattan football players were honored Monday when the All-Centennial League list was released.
Brent Yancey, a Manhattan man of Native American descent, doesn’t find Manhattan High School’s emblem offensive.
The Kansas Basketball Coaches Association preseason rankings are out, and both Manhattan’s girls and boys teams are among the top 10.