There were no miracles Saturday, as the Bears hung on to win this one, 76-74, and sour the Wildcats’ senior day.
The K-State baseball team scored three runs in the first inning in its home opener at Tointon Family Stadium.
Kansas State freshman guard Kindred Wesemann has become one of the most vocal and animated players for the Wildcats this season.
Many of the classic Hibachi Hut menu items return. When the Morgans bought the restaurant from the Beckers, they got all of it.
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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