The Wildcats already had this game in the bag — using a dominant second half to run away with a 35-12 victory over West Virginia at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
Texas (15-2, 8-0 Big 12) downed the Wildcats (14-7, 2-6 Big 12) in the sweep — 25-11, 25-18, 25-20.
Facing a familiar foe in the 6A defending-champion Junior Blues, Manhattan needed three sets, but ultimately got the end result it wanted, winning 24-26, 25-14, 25-23.
The event kicked off with an introduction of the women’s team, followed by a scrimmage. The Purple team beat the Black team 14-11, as Haley Texada scored seven for the Purple and freshman Kindred Wesemann scored nine points with three 3-pointers.
As the university moves past 150 years, K-State President Kirk Schulz said two building dedications and two groundbreakings Thursday and Friday provide a glance at K-State’s future.
The Indians clinched at least a share of their fifth straight league crown with a 22-7 win over previously undefeated Topeka High at Bishop Stadium Friday night.
Going into the fourth quarter, the highly-touted Baylor offense had scored just 21 points, well below the Bears’ season average of more than 70 points per game.
From hayrides to laser tag, these local farms have wide array of activities that both children and adults can take part in for the month of October.
Special is a word that seems common with all the inductees of the class. Whether it be the special places that they say K-State and Manhattan are, or the people that go with it, it’s a community that sticks with everyone.
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