Manhattan head coach Benji George talks with his team in the huddle.

Manhattan High boys head basketball coach Benji George talks with his team in the huddle during a game at Emporia on Jan. 14. George and the Indians beat Maize 62-34 at the Tournament of Champions event in Dodge City on Thursday.

The Manhattan boys basketball team remained inside the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association poll after going 1-1 last week.

The Indians check in at No. 10 in Class 6A. 

The Rock Creek boys basketball team fell to No. 3 in the KBCA 3A poll after losing 49-46 to Riley County. It was their first loss of the season.

Riley County's win over Rock Creek pushed its boys' basketball team into a six-way tie for the No. 10 spot in the 3A poll with Hoisington, Lakin, Larned, Marysville and Hugoton.

In girls basketball, Riley County sits at No. 2 in the 3A poll. The Falcons remain undefeated after beating Silver Lake 49-42 on Monday.

Wabaunsee girls basketball and Valley Heights girls basketball both finished near the middle of the 2A poll, with Wabaunsee placing No. 7 and Valley Heights slotting in at No. 8.