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Sigala's Three Point Play Saves Saints
02/08/2010

You never know what you might get any night in the KJCCC men's race. Saturday night in the Green House was an example. Seward's Marky Nolen stole a ball away from Colby and fed Robert Sigala for a three point play with 6.6 seconds left and after Colby's desperation three pointer missed, the Saints had a 67-64 win over Colby. The Trojans (6-19, 0-11) limped in the Green House without a win since November 28. The Saints were playing at home in front of a big home crowd where they are undefeated (now 13-0). The Saints almost led the chance at another home win slip away. Seward led by eight several times in the first half but after Colby hit a 30 footer at the buzzer, the Saints led just 34-32 at halftime. The Trojans led most of the second half including a seven point lead with 3:54 to play. Latiq Agard scored two of his 24 points when he tied the game at 64 with 27 seconds remaining. It appeared Colby would be able to play for the last shot until Marky Nolen's steal in the corner near mid court. Nolen had 12 points and seven rebounds. Seward head coach Bryan Zollinger says this is a meaningful win. "It was a really big win for us," Zollinger said after Seward's ninth straight win over Colby. "All the stuff we've been fighting through mentally with these guys. A loss would have meant we would have really had to fight to keep everybody's mind in it. We didn't play well and we made a lot of mistakes. We didn't play with energy." The Saints won the game playing without suspended Jon Tassin. The Saints are 19-6 overall and 8-3 in the Jayhawk West while the Trojans fall to 6-19 overall and 0-11 in the Jayhawk West. Seward hosts Pratt Wednesday at 8 PM on B107.5 and kscbnews.net.

Sat. Feb. 6

Kansas City, KS def Neosho County 88-66*

Labette def Johnson County 87-75*

Allen County def Fort Scott 70-54*

Coffeyville def Highland 91-70*

Cowley def Independence 84-71*

Barton County def Dodge City 83-71*

Garden City def #9 Hutchinson 67-54*

Cloud County def Pratt 86-81*

Seward County def Colby 67-64*

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