Manhattan High School

MHS Basketball Loses Stephens

The 2014-15 Manhattan High boys won’t have their leading scorer and rebounder from a season ago. Payton Stephens, who averaged nearly 14 points and six rebounds per game as a junior, is transferring from MHS.

Stephens is a 6-foot-4 forward who has been a three-year varsity player for the Indians and was...Read More »

MHS' Fehr & Steinbring Named All-Americans

Not one, but two Manhattan High baseball players have been named Louisville Slugger All-Americans. Wichita State signee Bret Fehr is a first team All-American as an outfielder, while junior Jesse Steinbring received second team honors.

Fehr led the Tribe with a .446 batting average this spring, with three homers and 21...Read More »

MHS Cleans Up in All-State Baseball Selections

Manhattan High put six players on the 6A All-State baseball team after finishing third at the state tournament and winning a school-record 22 games this season.
Outfielder Brett Fehr and designated hitter Jacob Biller were both first team selections, Jesse Steinbring was named to the second team, while Henry deNoble, Chris Klug...Read More »

MHS Baseball All-State Honors

Manhattan High was well represented on the 2014 6A All-State baseball team.

Outfielder Brett Fehr and designated hitter Jacob Biller were both first team selections and played in the KABC All-State game earlier this week at Tointon Family Stadium.

Both of the MHS aces on the mound were honored, with Jesse...Read More »

Hess & Steinbring Among MHS Centennial League Honors

It was a banner year for the Manhattan High baseball team, a school record 22 victories, a Centennial League championship, and a 3rd place finish in the 6A state tournament. Indians’ head man Don Hess was named the Centennial League Coach of the Year on Tuesday.

MHS junior Jesse Steinbring was named...Read More »

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