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Lady Saints Stumble into Break But Ransom Carries Men
12/09/2012

Despite a sloppy start to their game with the Beacon
Prep Eagles, the Seward County Saints were able to finish the first half
with a barrage of offense to take a 51-30 lead into the break before
coasting to an 88-61 win Saturday night in the finale of the Pizza Hut
Classic.  Kaheem Ransom scored a career high 31 for the Saints in the
victory while freshman big man Brian Bridgeforth had the best game of
his young career with a 14 point, 12 rebound double double for Seward. 

                The Lady Saints didn't have quite the same fortunes,
although their start was another good one.  Down 7-6 to visiting
Arkansas Baptist, the Lady Saints went on an 11-0 run to take a 17-7
lead and would stretch their lead to as many as 20 in the first half
before going into the break on top 44-30.  Seward remained up by 15 in
the second half 52-37 before a 10-2 run cut their lead to single digits
at 54-47.  Back on top by 10 with 12:29 to go, the Lady Saints fell
apart.  Arkansas Baptist outscored the Lady Saints 32-10 to finish the
game and what once was a comfy cushion for Seward turned into a rough
loss as the Lady Buffs took the game home 79-67.  Seward shot just 28%
in the second half and gave up 23 offensive rebounds to Arkansas
Baptist.  Fabiana Monte tied her career high on a 7 for 17 shooting
performance with 20 points while Madison McLain registered her first
career double double with 18 points and 10 rebounds for Seward. 

                The Saints improve to 8-4 and will have two more
non-conference games against Mineral Area and Lamar State Port Arthur to
ring in the new year while the Lady Saints sit at 9-4 and will be idle
until the conference opener on January 5th against Barton in the
Greenhouse. 

© SCCC/ATS Roy Allen
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