After months of working with state government, education and health leaders, schools in all 50 states have been given the go-ahead to resume high school sports at some level of competition. Schools in the District of Columbia were the last to receive the green light April 1. This is great ne…
For the second time in five days, the Indians became champions at Friday’s 6A regional tournament at the Riverside Tennis Center in Wichita.
The glass case affixed to the wall outside Riley County’s gymnasium is supposed to preserve every track and field record in Falcons’ history.
I’d like to take a minute to tip my cap to the Manhattan High boys’ tennis program, and to give a little sermon in response to something the coach just said.
The latest Manhattan boys’ tennis Centennial League trophy is dedicated to Indians’ past, to the players who began the streak and to those who missed their chance to continue it.
Manhattan senior Reagan Geisbrecht began her Tuesday at the doctor’s office, where she was fitted for her black plaster cast at 8 a.m.
Rock Creek’s softball team became the first to beat Clay Center this season during a doubleheader split with the Tigers on Friday.
With two outs in the seventh inning, Manhattan head softball coach Connie Miller emerged from the Indians’ dugout and waved senior first baseman Ellie Hacker toward the bench.
Manhattan junior Zeke Kohl paced to the edge of the 1-meter diving board at Shawnee Mission School District Aquatic Center and faced the ladder behind him. He pushed off the board with his feet, pulled his knees to his chest and, like he’d always been taught, stared at a spot on the opposite…
With two outs and two on in the fifth inning, Manhattan sophomore Ian Luce inhaled deeply and, for the nth time Tuesday, delivered the hit the Indians needed.
Rock Creek’s Grace Gehl and Caden Vinduska have each been named National Strength and Conditioning Association All-America athletes of the year.
By the time Manhattan supporters finished shouting “handball!,” Bishop Carroll freshman Brecken Hoy already had swung her leg.
After Manhattan High’s softball team scored 34 runs in six innings against Highland Park, MHS head coach Connie Miller stopped Highland Park coach Bill Nicholson outside the field at Frank Anneberg Park to offer a few comforting words.
Still new to her crutches, Manhattan senior Faith Beyer lagged behind as her teammates ran toward the west goal at Bishop Stadium.
Kaitlyn Gregoire, who pitched most of the innings during the Indians’ 5-16 campaign two years ago, induced the game-sealing ground ball. Senior Ellie Hacker, the eldest remaining player from the 2019 team, gloved it and stepped on first.
Wamego’s Lauren Schutter won three events at the this weekend’s Pre-State Challenge at Cessna Stadium in Wichita, the site of the state track meet.