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Lady Saints Gash Garden
02/25/2010

Seward County clicked in every phase of the game Wednesday night at Garden City. Seward dominated a Garden City team coming off their biggest win in seven years after they won by 10 at Cloud Saturday night. But Seward jumped on the Lady Busters for an 84-56 win. Seward out rebounded the Lady Busters (15-14, 11-4) 50-25 and shot 49 percent in a game they led 46-23 at halftime. Seward led by as many as 34 (63-29) in rout to their seventh straight win over Garden at the Perryman Center and their 15th straight win over GCCC. Rachel Barnes scored 24 and grabbed 15 rebounds. Sheila Washington dropped in 15 points. Kendra Spresser added 14 points and six rebounds in just 18 minutes. Seward head coach Toby Wynn says his team executed. "I thought we defended and rebounded," Wynn said. "We talked about it the last couple of days in practice and before we came out for warmups tonight. The two biggest keys were to defend as a team and rebound the basketball. We kept them from getting a lot of easy opportunities." Seward's needs a win over surging Butler to clinch a Jayhawk West title outright. Butler is 8-7 in the Jayhawk West going into the 6 PM tip off in the Green House Saturday night on B107.5 and kscbnews.net.

Wed. Feb. 24

Cowley def Kansas City, KS 62-50*

#13 Seward County def Garden City 84-56*

#21 Labette def Allen County 83-38*

Butler def Cloud County 74-63*

D2#2 Johnson County def Fort Scott 64-48*

#15 Hutchinson def Pratt 92-42*

Coffeyville def Independence 72-64*

Barton County def Colby 66-44*

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