The win did more than just create momentum heading to the postseason. The Indians also secured home-court advantage for the sub-state opener.
These Wildcats — who only had one Big 12 road win all season entering its game against Kansas — looked unbeatable.
Lack of focus was not an issue for the Indians early in the game after the team took a 20-point lead to halftime.
The three-day event is in its 56th year at K-State and brings college teams from across Kansas and Oklahoma.
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.
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