The environment in the building told the story. After a big crowd Saturday during the Cloud game and a heated atmosphere expected Wednesday when Garden City comes to town, the Saints played a prep school Wednesday with much less fan fare. The fans who showed up however weren't disappointed as the 18th ranked Saints feasted on Raleigh's Finest Prep Academy from Oklahoma City 101-51 Wednesday night. Tony Smith scored 19 while Marky Nolen, Latiq Agard, and Marcus James scored 17 a piece. Jon Tassin added 14 for the 16-3 Saints. Head coach Bryan Zollinger says the Saints did what they were supposed to do. "I thought there were some things we were able to work on and get better at tonight," Zollinger said. "Our guys know it's not a conference game. The intensity level isn't the same as it would be if Hutch or Barton or somebody was in here but we were able to get some good out of it." The Roadrunners had a talented team but brought in only six players. Seward plays at Dodge City Sunday with the women's game scheduled for 2 PM and the men's game slated for 4 PM on B107.5 and kscbnews.net.