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Hutch Leaves Seward Feeling Green on Dig Pink Night
10/15/2009

Seward's Lindsay Miller fire a serve on Dig Pink Night in the Green House.

It figures that it wouldn't come this easily. After winning the first set 25-17, Saints fans had visions of a sweep. But Hutch would win the next three sets and win the match in front of a big crowd in the Green House. Seward lost (25-17. 24-26, 24-26, 20-25). The ninth ranked Saints remain in first place at 8-1 in the Jayhawk West and 22-6 overall while number 17 Hutchinson improves to 18-7 overall and 6-2 in the conference. The Saints play in West Plains, Missouri Friday and Saturday. The Saints have three conference matches remaining.

Fri. Oct. 16 #8 Miami-Dade College West Plains, Missouri 10:00 AM

Fri. Oct. 16 #3 Missouri State-West Plains West Plains, Missouri 2:00 PM

Sat. Oct. 17 #5 Iowa Western CC West Plains, Missouri 10:00 AM

Sat. Oct. 17 Lake Land College West Plains, Missouri 4:00 PM

Wed. Oct. 21 *Pratt CC Pratt, Kansas 6:30 PM

Wed. Oct. 28 *Barton County CC Great Bend, Kansas 6:30 PM

Mon. Nov. 2 *Dodge City CC- Soph Night Liberal, Kansas 6:30 PM

Fri. Nov. 6 NJCAA Region VI Play-In Match Dodge City, Kansas TBA

Sat.-Sun. Nov. 7-8 NJCAA Region VI Tournament Dodge City, Kansas TBA

Fri.-Sun. Nov. 21-23 NJCAA National Tournament Council Bluffs, Iowa TBA

*Jayhawk West Conference Match

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