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Lady Saints Survive Slow Starts in Garden City

The #9 Seward Lady Saints won their conference opener 71-59 Saturday night in Garden City.  Seward fell behind 12-0 to begin the game.  Seward rallied to lead 36-27 at halftime only to see the Lady Busters begin the second half on an 8-0 run to make it 36-35.  But the Lady Saints used a 14-2 run to take a 50-37 lead. 

Seward held Garden City to under 30 percent shooting.  Korina Chapman and Alana Simon led a balanced Lady Saint attack with 14 points a piece.  Shanise Brooks, Kyndal Davis, and Payton Fleming had 10 a piece. 

Seward breaks a three game losing skin against Garden City and a three game streak at Garden City.  Seward is 16-1 while the Lady Busters are 8-8. 

The Lady Saints play at Colby Wednesday at 6 with coverage beginning at 5:45 on B107.5 and 

#3 Hutchinson def Colby 87-40*
#9 Seward County def Garden City 71-59*
Barton def Pratt 76-66*
Cloud County def Dodge City 80-71*

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