FLUSH — They call him “Cowboy” around these parts.
Manhattan High football isn’t in the best of shape heading into Friday night’s game against Topeka High, whether that’s referring to its record or its injured list.
Marcos Montenegro used a scorching front nine performance to take a one-stroke lead heading into Thursday’s final round of the Colbert Charity Classic at Colbert Hills Golf Course.
Jill Harkin continued to be unstoppable for Manhattan High girls’ tennis, remaining undefeated on her way to a first-place finish in the No. 1 singles portion of the Washburn Rural Invite on Tuesday.
Seaman struck first in the opening minutes of Tuesday’s game, as senior midfielder Jeron Poteete fired a missile into the top of the net over the outstretched hands of Manhattan goalkeeper Caleb Deloach.
The Manhattan girls’ tennis team finished second in its quadrangular tournament Monday at Shawnee Mission South. Defending state champion Shawnee Mission East won the tournament.
The Manhattan High girls’ golf team came up one stroke short of a first-place finish at the Salina South Invitational on Monday, settling for second in the tournament’s 12-team field.
Charlie Killingsworth continued to put up stellar numbers, leading Rock Creek to a 36-12 win over Marysville on Friday for the team’s first win of the season.
JUNCTION CITY — The Junction City football team improved to 2-1 on the season after a late touchdown and interception secured the 34-27 victory over Seaman at Al Simpler Stadium on Friday.
The Kansas State High School Activities Association has made multiple adjustments to the fall sports postseason to deal with irregularities caused by the coronavirus. The changes are organized by each sport.
As the Manhattan High football team trickled out of its locker room and onto the buses behind Junction City High School, despair hung in the air.
Manhattan High’s girls’ tennis program was back in action for the second straight day Wednesday, finishing second in the Seaman quadrangular.
The Manhattan High girls’ golf team bounced back from a disappointing showing Monday to win the Shawnee Invite at Western Hills Golf Club in Topeka on Wednesday.
Jillian Harkin almost looked bored at times as she walked through her opponents Monday at Manhattan’s City Park tennis courts.
The Manhattan High boys’ cross country team earned an early season accolade Sunday, as the Kansas Cross Country Coaches Jim Maska Early Season Poll named the Indians the top boys’ cross country team in the state for Class 6A. The Indians earned 46 votes, 15 more than second-place Olathe South.
When Manhattan High girls’ golf head coach Paige McCarthy looked down at the scores her team posted in its dual with Washburn Rural, all she could do was shake her head.
It was close, but the Manhattan girls’ tennis team found itself on the right side of the ledger at Saturday’s Emporia Invitational. The Indians narrowly topped Andover, scoring 54 points to Andover’s 53.
Through their first two meets of the season, the Manhattan High boys’ and girls’ cross country teams are still undefeated.
JUNCTION CITY — Manhattan High wide receiver Joe Hall snapped the straps off his helmet in frustration as his teammates began jogging off the field. He seemed to realize he might have just watched a chance at victory sail past him and onto the Al Simper Stadium turf.
JUNCTION CITY — A Hail Mary toss by Manhattan’s Dayne Aschenbrenner was pulled in by Junction City senior defensive back Javon George near the Blue Jay 45-yard line and returned deep into Indian territory with time running out in Friday night’s game at Al Simpler Stadium. The play sealed the…
MARYSVILLE — Wamego didn’t let one loss turn into two. After falling in their season opener last week, the Red Raiders bounced back Friday night, topping Marysville on the road 28-14.
RILEY — Riley County took control from the beginning of Friday night’s game against Minneapolis, Kan., as Nic Allen found a crease on the opening kickoff and sped down the sideline — along with the help of a key block — for an 80-yard touchdown.
Following Topeka Public Schools’ decision to delay its football seasons until Sept. 17, Manhattan High has shifted its Sept. 18 opponent from Highland Park to Hayden.
JUNCTION CITY — After a Week 1 loss at the hands of the Bishop Carroll, the Junction City football team now prepares for its classic rivalry matchup against Manhattan High at Al Simpler Stadium on Friday.
Friday night’s rivalry game between Manhattan High and Junction City will have limited fan attendance as a result of coronavirus precautions.
With nine seniors on its roster, this season will be the final one for many players on the Manhattan High volleyball team. Now, the Indians simply are hoping that season doesn’t come to a premature end.
If there was any question on whether Riley County will take a step back this season after two years of deep playoff runs, those questions were answered Friday night.
As the sun continued to rise over Warner Park and the humidity began to creep up, Manhattan High’s Jenna Keeley slowly began to distance herself from the pack.