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Wildcat report Wildcat report (Feb. 16)

  • Published Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013, at 10:24 p.m.

Saturday’s box score

No. 10 Kansas State 81,

Baylor 61

BAYLORMinFG-AFT-AOR-TRAPFPT
Jefferson262-62-21-6016
Austin314-84-50-60313
Heslip314-70-00-00112
Walton316-80-41-32114
Jackson362-82-21-3937
Rose60-10-00-1010
Gathers162-33-32-6107
Franklin140-40-00-0110
Bello40-00-00-1010
Lowery10-00-00-0000
Neubert10-00-00-0000
Prince31-10-01-2012
Totals20021-4611-168-30131361

Percentages: FG .457, FT .688. 3-Point Goals: 8-21, .381 (Heslip 4-6, Walton 2-3, Austin 1-2, Jackson 1-7, Franklin 0-3). Team Rebounds: 2. Blocked Shots: 2 (Jefferson 2). Turnovers: 19 (Jackson 5, Austin 3, Walton 3, Bello 2, Heslip 2, Gathers, Franklin, Jefferson, Neubert). Steals: 2 (Austin, Walton). Technical Fouls: None.

KANSAS ST.MinFG-AFT-AOR-TRAPFPT
Henriquez294-92-56-102310
Southwell376-120-03-53218
Rodriguez387-155-53-510122
McGruder284-102-21-51310
Spradling263-70-00-1217
Irving191-20-00-1213
Williams10-10-00-0010
Lawrence81-11-10-1013
Diaz10-00-00-1000
Meyer11-10-00-0002
Gipson103-80-02-3036
Orris10-00-00-0000
Johnson10-00-00-0000
Totals20030-6610-1316-33201681

Percentages: FG .455, FT .769. 3-Point Goals: 11-25, .440 (Southwell 6-9, Rodriguez 3-8, Irving 1-2, Spradling 1-3, McGruder 0-3). Team Rebounds: 1. Blocked Shots: 5 (Henriquez 5). Turnovers: 6 (Rodriguez 2, McGruder, Gipson, Irving, Southwell). Steals: 9 (Rodriguez 3, Southwell 2, McGruder, Williams, Spradling, Lawrence). Technical Fouls: None.

Baylor

293261
Kansas St.384381

Att.–12,528. Officials–John Higgins, Tom Eades, Randy Heimerman.

Southwell sizzles

Shane Southwell is one of K-State’s best three-point shooters, but he made outside shots better than he has all season against Baylor.

The junior guard scored all 18 of his points off three-pointers, going 6 of 9 from behind the arc. Wildcat coach Bruce Weber said that opened the game, and hurt Baylor’s zone defense.

Lawrence delivers

Omari Lawrence took one shot in eight minutes of action, but Weber singled him out after the game as one of the Wildcats’ top contributors off the bench. He helped on both ends, and made his only shot, a driving layup through a foul. He then made the free throw for a traditional three-point play.

Worth noting

K-State’s next game against West Virginia might not be the most exciting Big Monday game on the schedule, but it will be interesting to see former K-State coach Bob Huggins return to Bramlage Coliseum for the first time … To celebrate the 150th anniversary of K-State becoming a university, the Wildcats’ cheerleaders and mascot wore special shirts and sang “Happy Birthday” at halftime … Former K-State safety Tysyn Hartman, who plays for the Kansas City Chiefs, watched the game from a courtside seat.

— Kellis Robinett

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