Manhattan High football wins 6A state championship

EMPORIA — Manhattan High football’s undefeated championship season came down to one play. Gardner-Edgerton’s Dylan Butash took a pitch around the left side in search of a game-winning 2-point conversion. However, he found himself pushed further and further toward the sideline by the Indians’ Dante Walters, Max Stanard and Ian McNabb. He leaned forward toward the pylon but ran out of room before he reached it.
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Manhattan football wins 6A state title

EMPORIA, KS. (KSNT)- Manhattan High school won its first state football title since 1988 on Saturday. The Indians beat Gardner-Edgerton 21-20 in double-overtime to win the state championship in Emporia. It’s a comeback win for MHS, who trailed 14-7 in the fourth quarter. The Indians tied it and forced overtime. After getting a huge stop […]
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Lamar dominates Seneca 56-14 in semifinal rematch

As soon as time expired in Seneca’s 36-33 win over Lamar in week four, people were pointing to the potential rematch in the state semifinals. Turns out, the sequel wasn’t quite as exciting. The host Tigers scored four touchdowns in the first nine minutes and earned a dominant...

Durham’s dynamite night leads Wayne City to Turkey Tournament finals

CHRISTOPHER — Justin Durham’s senior season at Wayne City is off to a fantastic start. The 6-6 Durham followed up a 29-point, seven rebound effort in Tuesday night’s season opening win over New Athens, by just missing out on a triple with 15 points, 18 rebounds, and seven assists, leading the Indians to a 59-40 win over Webber.

Westfield Eliminates Waxahachie

On Saturday afternoon in Hutto, the Spring Westfield Mustangs edged past the Waxahachie Indians 10-7 in the regional semi-finals of the UIL 6A-D1 Playoffs. The Mustangs entered the game at 11-1 overall following a dramatic 41-38 win over Klein Collins in the area round. Waxahachie, meanwhile, entered the game at 10-2 overall following a 31-25 victory over Rockwall. Prior to the game, the Mustangs were averaging 55 points per game; and the Indians were averaging 36. However, both offenses struggled to execute in Saturday’s game.
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Waccamaw Sioux Tribe celebrates heritage

WHITEVILLE, NC (WWAY)– With November being Native American Heritage Month, one local tribe came together to celebrate their heritage. The Waccamaw Sioux Tribe gathered at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences in Whiteville to celebrate their tribe and its rich history. The Waccamaw Siouan Indians are the traditional custodians...

Just a few feet from victory

EMPORIA — Gardner-Edgerton football coach Jesse Owen has a ton of belief in his team, and he showed it on the biggest stage on Saturday in the Trailblazers’ 21-20 double-overtime loss to Manhattan in the Class 6A state at Emporia State’s Welch Stadium. With the Trailblazers trailing...

Archbold @ Wauseon Girls Varsity Basketball

WAUSEON – The Indians overcame foul trouble and a rash of turnovers to pull out a 34-29 win over Archbold in their non-league meeting on Friday night. Archbold started strong as they jumped out to a 7-2 lead before Wauseon’s Hayley Meyer scored the last six points of the quarter to give Wauseon an 8-7 lead.
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BBK Final: Wilmington 54, Hillsboro 50 (UPDATED: Quotes added)

WILMINGTON — A second half comeback helped Wilmington defeat Hillsboro 54-50 Friday night in the season opening boys basketball game at Fred Summers Court. Mikey Brown had 17 points to lead Wilmington. Shane Griffith added 16. Tate Davis led the Indians with 12 points. Nic Burns and Deegen Bloomfield...
Centralia Sentinel

Indians knock off Spartans in title game

CHRISTOPHER — The Turkey Tournament title game was tight for nearly three quarters. That’s when Wayne City struck.
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Mitchell Jarzynkowski, Cortland, Ohio

CORTLAND, Ohio (MyValleyTributes) – Mitchell Jarzynkowski, 58, of Cortland, Ohio, passed away Tuesday, November 22, 2022 at his home. He was born December 11, 1963 in Warren, Ohio, a son of the late Walter Jarzynkowski and the late Jean (Montgomery) Salcone. He was a 1982 graduate of Champion High...