Tyler has bowled competitively since he was 6 including at the national Youth Open Championship Tournament.
Over at Kistner’s Flowers, 1901 Pillsbury Drive, the scene is the same with Valentine’s Day being the biggest, busiest day of the year.
Ohlde, a sophomore then, and Koehn finally healthy, welcomed the other key piece to the puzzle in Wecker — forming a trio of Kansas girls that would change the K-State women’s basketball program forever.
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K-State (9-14, 3-9 Big 12) no doubt has some work to do after losing its third straight game on Wednesday if the postseason is to become a reality.
The Chargers’ girls were no match for the No. 3 team in Class 6A, going scoreless until the 5:59 mark of the second quarter.
K-State (17-7, 7-4 Big 12) needed a lot more than just its starters to dispatch No. 7 Kansas (18-6, 9-2), which kept finding ways back into the game.
Manhattan (10-4, 6-2 Centennial) shot more than 50 percent for the second straight game, this time finishing 30 of 51 (59 percent) from the floor and 6 of 8 from long range, while making 11 of 13 fourth-quarter shots.
K-State performers of all disciplines took the stage Sunday for the McCain Student Showcase.
The Great Room of Hale Library was filled with Harry Potter aficionado who participated in a night of food and activities following a wizardry theme
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