For at least the first two minutes of the game Saturday, K-State looked poised to start this one the right way.
Freshman Bethany Crubel and sophomore Alyssa Kulp helped Riley County find its footing.
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The Red Raiders’ lone active senior, Kaylee Page, paced all scorers with 21 points.
With the win, the Red Raiders remain in a tie with Concordia for first place in the North Central Kansas League standings, while knocking the Cowboys a game off the pace.
The Manhattan High boys’ basketball team set a season high for points while winning in dominant fashion, 94-65, in a rivalry game.
This year’s Ice Bowl, co-hosted by the club and the K-State Lutheran Campus Ministries, will tee off at 12:30 p.m. Saturday.
The sixth-annual Early Expressions Art Show at K-State’s Beach Museum of Art Saturday afternoon.
K-State finished by scoring the game’s final 12 points - ignited by a floater in the lane by Romero and clutch 3-pointer from Katya Leick.
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