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
K-State finished off a 74-57 dismantling of No. 15 Texas on Saturday at Bramlage Coliseum.
Manhattan took second place at its 17-team home invitational over the weekend.
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