manson trojans2021The Manson school district has a long history of partnering with our fans and our community. We are excited to announce that the Manson School District will allow limited fans for home games beginning on March 5th.   Student athletes will be allotted tickets prior to each home game to allow family members to attend.  The number of tickets issued will vary depending on the event size but will generally be 2 tickets per student athlete. Fans at games will follow strict protocols including proper mask wearing, social distancing and advanced screening. 

The districts in our area are committed to live streaming as many events as possible to ensure others can view and support our teams.  Manson home games can be seen by accessing mansontrojans.com.  All teams in our medical region are not allowing visiting fans. 

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Manson senior running back Caden Beazley has verbally committed to play football at Eastern Oregon University (EOU) in the fall of 2021.

After visiting the University in January, Caden felt that EOU was a great fit academically as well as on the football field.

Caden was a standout athlete for the Manson Trojans as a junior compiling 1348 yards rushing, 285 yards receiving and scoring 17 touchdowns.

Beazley has worked diligently in the weight room and on the field in preparation for his senior year.

The current regional plan would allow for his last year of high school football to begin on February 17th.

Caden was considering offers to play at multiple universities and is excited to continue his playing career at EOU!

bball coach steveManson Athletic Program is excited to announce the hire of Steve Nygreen as the new Head Girls Basketball coach. 

“We are thrilled to have Steve onboard in this role and look forward to him building a strong foundation for our program.” stated Manson AD Eric Sivertson.  

Steve has taught in Manson for two years and has served as a middle school football coach and a high school assistant boys basketball coach.  Prior to landing in Manson Steve was the Head Girls Basketball coach in Chelan.

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The Manson Trojans have qualified for post season play.

They will face the Oroville Hornets Wednesday, February 12 at 6:00 p.m. at Manson High School.

Come support your Trojans!!!

No passes accepted. $7 adults/ $5 for students with ASB card. No free admittance

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The state track and field championships were held at EWU in Cheney last Thursday through Saturday.

Manson took 11 athletes competing in 16 different events.

The first 2 days of competition were mainly preliminary heats and finals being held on Saturday.

There are 16 athletes qualified for each event and the top 8 finishers in prelims will be moving onto the finals.

The Trojans had a roller coaster of results, with some great finishes and some heart breaking ones mixed in as well. The highlights include 4 podium finishes and 2 school records. 

Connor Torgesen placed 4th in the 800m, breaking the school record in the prelims, and then coming back to better that mark in the finals. He also placed 5th in the 400m, narrowly missing the school record in that event as well. 

Jose Pascasio smashed the school record in the javelin by 12 feet to place 4th overall.

Kendall Petre set a new personal best in the 400m to place 8th and earn a medal in that event for the 2nd straight year.

Cole Beazley was the hard luck participant of the meet, as he placed 9th in both the 110m hurdles and 300m hurdles, missing out on a place in the finals by less than .1 of a second in both events.

Another 9th place finisher was Braden Getzin in the triple jump, missing out of a podium finish by a few inches. 

Other results include-
Cara Hutton- 16th in the 1600
Bailey Cameron- 12th in the 1600 and 13th in the 3200
Grant Torgesen- 11th in the 3200
JoJo Morales- 16th in the shot put
Kendall Petre- 10th in the high jump and 16th in the 200m
Boys 4x100 had a bad exchange and were disqualified in their prelim. 
Boys 4x400 narrowly missed the finals by 1.5 seconds and finished 10th