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  • Women's Basketball | January 27, 2013

    Longhorns stun Wildcats in second half

    Brittany chambers 2.phatch

    AUSTIN, Texas — The Kansas State women’s basketball team was dominated on the boards, shot just 24 percent from the field and watched a slim halftime lead slip away, as the Texas Longhorns cruised to an easy 59-40 win on Saturday afternoon at the Erwin Center.

  • Men's Basketball | January 27, 2013

    Cyclones nip Cats late, 73-67

    AMES, Iowa — Whenever Kansas State made a run, Iowa State was there to push back. The 11th-ranked Wildcats lost their second straight game on Saturday, falling to Iowa State 73-67 at Hilton Coliseum in a game that featured some maddening moments for K-State. With K-State

  • Manhattan High School | January 27, 2013

    Indians edge Andale in semifinals

    It was a battle of Indians on Friday night in the semifinals of the Mid-America Classic. The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team managed to hold on and beat the Andale Indians 49-41 to advance to the tournament championship game Saturday. Manhattan hadn’t faced an

  • Tennis | January 27, 2013

    K-State tennis team defeats William & Mary

    BOSTON, Mass. — The Kansas State tennis team used a pair of three-set wins to defeat William & Mary, 4-3, on Saturday at the Murr Center on the Harvard campus. The Wildcats have now won eight of their last nine season openers. “This was a very

  • Men's Basketball | January 27, 2013

    ISU’s second-chance points doom KSU

    AMES, Iowa — Iowa State entered Saturday’s contest against Kansas State with the No. 11 scoring offense in the country, so defensive stops come at a premium when you play the Cyclones. The problem for K-State was it failed to finish off potential stops with rebounds.

  • Manhattan High School | January 27, 2013

    Former Indian garners NBA buzz

    Jackie carmichael.phatch

    WICHITA — The final buzzer sounds; another frustration for the Illinois State Redbirds. The 9-3 record the Redbirds carried into Missouri Valley Conference play seems like forever ago now. After starting the year with a senior-laden roster and hopes of dancing in the NCAA tournament, first-year

  • January 27, 2013

    Tyner wins CBR event at K-State

    Dylan Tyner saved his best for last on Friday night. The Fort Morgan, Colo., native scored 88 points on the bull Unfinished Business in the final, edging some of the best riders in the CBR Horizon Series at the K-State Championship Bull Ride at Weber Arena.

  • Area Schools | January 27, 2013

    Valley Heights, Wamego sweep

    At Baileyville, the Valley Heights girls used a dominant second half to pull away from B&B Friday night, winning 50-36. Valley Heights (9-3, 5-1 TVL) was down two at halftime, but outscored B&B (11-3, 3-2) by 10 in the third quarter and

  • Track & Field | January 27, 2013

    K-State finishes third at Iowa State

    AMES, Iowa — The Kansas State track and field teams went up against some of the top programs in the country this weekend at the Bill Bergan Invitational for a team-scored meet and came away in third place on both the men’s and women’s

  • Books | January 27, 2013

    U.S. Army investigator goes to Fla. to find out what happened to his aunt

    David Baldacci casts one of regular characters, John Puller, as the protagonist in his newest book, “The Forgotten.” Puller is a combat veteran and a tough special investigator in the U.S. Army. His father is a famous three-star general who has Alzheimer’s. In

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