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Manhattan sophomore Carter Oehme contests a ball in a game versus Emporia on Sept. 30. Oehme scored in MHS’s win over Topeka West on Monday.

Manhattan High boys’ soccer earned its fourth shutout of the season Monday, beating Topeka West 5-0.

Sophomore forward Jimmy Ramirez broke through first at the 29:09 mark of the first half with a goal with an assist from senior forward Grant Snowden.

Fifteen minutes later, sophomore forward Carter Oehme scored on a through ball from junior forward Avery Adams, which gave the Indians a 2-0 lead at the break.

Manhattan’s (10-4-1) first goal of the second half came on a header from senior midfielder Alex Boyle after multiple shots near the Charger goalkeeper blocked multiple attempts before the Indians finally found the back of the net with 34:41 to play in the match.

Adams got a goal of his own with less than 20 minutes to play off a shot from sophomore midfielder Alex Lee that bounced off the Topeka West (0-14-1) keeper. Lee followed the ricocheted ball and fired in into the goal to give Manhattan a 4-0 lead.

Sophomore forward Ged Comiso scored the final Indian goal off an assist from Snowden, his second on the day, to finish the 5-0 victory.

Manhattan has one a final regular-season match, as it heads on the road to face Shawnee Heights (12-2) Thursday evening in Tecumseh.