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The student news site of Manhattan High School

The Mentor

Track approaching Regionals, State

Track approaching Regionals, State

Advith Natarajan, Managing Editor May 21, 2024

Manhattan High Track and Field is heading to Regionals with momentum. At the Centennial League tournament in Junction City Friday, both boys and girls teams placed first, totaling 204 points and 191...

Cross Country Advances to State

Will Ivester, Sports Editor October 26, 2023

The Manhattan High School boys and girls cross country teams advanced to State after both teams placed top three at Regionals. The boys team placed second at Regionals held at Wichita East with 65 points...

Cross country places second at league

Cross country places second at league

Will Ivester, Sports Editor October 20, 2023

The MHS boys cross country team placed second at Centennial League in Topeka with a score of 45. Senior Lucas Holdren placed 1st with a time of 15:12 just one second off of the school record. Senior Cooper...

Deep talk. Senior Lucas Holdren (far left) leads a conversation about this weeks Bible passage with a small group of freshmen and sophomores.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes Draws Students of all Backgrounds

Hunter Flagg, Online EIC October 16, 2023

The voices of 50 to 60 students of all backgrounds fill the North Gym, athletes and non-athletes alike congregating on Thursday mornings to meet for Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Fellowship of Christian...

Cross Country starts strong

Cross Country starts strong

Will Ivester, Sports Editor September 18, 2023

The Manhattan cross country team continued their tradition of an annual trip to the Southern Stampede in Joplin, Missouri, Saturday with the boys team placed 10th with a score of 314 and an average time...

Manhattan takes first in all races at home

Will Ivester, Sports Editor September 3, 2023

The Manhattan cross country team won all five of their races in their one home meet early Saturday morning. “This is our home turf,” senior Lucas Holdren said, “so we came this weekend to defend...

Students reflect on guardian support, trust

Students reflect on guardian support, trust

Julianna Poe, Online Editor-in-Chief November 7, 2021

From support in expressing new interests and ideas to the independence and freedoms given, for a number of students their parents and guardians help them discover who they are in a way that makes those...

Is Christmas music appropriate this time of year, why or why not?

Julianna Poe, Online Editor-in-Chief November 5, 2021

Do you want to be featured? Follow @MHSMentor on Instagram to participate in future polls.   “Yes, Mariah Carey has already defrosted.”  — sophomore Katie McCracken   “Yes,...

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