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  • Local |Government, Politics | March 10, 2013

    Candidates discuss Fake Patty’s

    The first topic at the seniors center forum on Friday was Fake Patty’s Day. City commission candidates were asked of their opinion of the annual pre-St. Patrick’s Day event, which took place Saturday. “I love Fake Patty’s Day,” said Commissioner Rich Jankovich

  • Area Schools | March 10, 2013

    Wamego wins first-ever state title

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    SALINA — In the end, it was fitting that Rikki Alderson and Lakyn Rowden were the last two Red Raiders to score in Saturday’s state championship win. More often than not, the two senior starters are overshadowed by Kaylee and Lanie Page and their dynamic

  • Men's Basketball | March 10, 2013

    Cats smarting, but claim share of Big 12 title

    STILLWATER, Okla. — Bruce Weber thought the game shifted on one play. With 4:13 left to play, and Kansas State leading 61-59, Angel Rodriguez was called for an offensive foul on an out -of-bounds play that gave the ball to Oklahoma State. The Cowboys outscored K-State 17-9

  • Women's Basketball | March 10, 2013

    No. 1 Bears way too much for Cats

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    DALLAS — Playing its fourth game in seven days with just seven healthy players, the Kansas State women’s basketball was unable to keep up with No. 1 Baylor on Saturday afternoon. The Wildcats, who beat Texas on Friday night, lost 80-47 Saturday afternoon in the quarterfinals

  • Women's Basketball | March 10, 2013

    Chambers’ last-second shot lifts Wildcats past Longhorns, 51-49

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    Staff reports DALLAS — It was a perfect ending to another record-breaking night for Brittany Chambers. Tied at 49 with 10.8 seconds remaining, Kansas State’s senior guard turned a broken play into a game winner Friday night in the opening round of the Big 12 Championship. Chambers cut

  • Baseball | March 10, 2013

    K-State handles Cal Poly

    Kansas State right-hander Matt Wivinis tossed his first-career complete game, limiting 21st-ranked Cal Poly to just four runs on seven hits, as the Wildcats won the series finale, 10-4, Saturday night at Tointon Family Stadium. With the win, K-State salvaged the final game of the

  • Area Schools | March 10, 2013

    No. 3 Sterling 57, No. 4 Moundridge 35

    The Sterling Black Bears ended the first half strong and started the second half the same way in its 57-35 victory over Moundridge. Third-seeded Sterling outscored the Wildcats by eight points in the second quarter alone and led 28-17 at the break 28-17. The Black

  • Area Schools | March 10, 2013

    No. 5 Moundridge 71, No. 7 Ness City 68

    A strong first half kept the Wildcats afloat in their 71-68 win over Ness City. Moundridge outscored the Eagles by six in the second quarter and went into halftime with a 41-33 lead. Ness City made it interesting in the fourth quarter and outscored the

  • Area Schools | March 10, 2013

    Republic Co. boys top Meade in 2A


    A last-second layup by Republic County’s Trevor Allen tied the game at the final buzzer and sent the game into overtime where the Buffaloes outlasted the Meade Buffaloes 64-53 to claim the Class 2a state championship Saturday night at Bramlage Coliseum. It was Meade

  • Baseball | March 10, 2013

    Cal Poly sweeps Cats in twin bill

    The Kansas State baseball team hung with No. 21 Cal Poly Friday afternoon and into the evening, but big innings from the Mustangs proved to give the Wildcats more than they could handle. K-State dropped both games in its double header at Tointon Family Stadium, losing

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