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Saints Better than Busters in Opener
01/13/2014

The Seward County Saints won for a third consecutive year at Garden City Saturday night.  The Saints beat the Broncbusters 75-69 in the Perryman Center. 

Malcolm Hill-Bey scored 24 and Secean Johnson poured in 20 with six rebounds.  Quentin Purtue scored 11.  The Saints led 40-34 at halftime.  LHS graduate Jade Cathey had 10 points and five rebounds in the loss.

It was a game plagued by fouls and Seward shot 46 free throws while the Busters shot 42.  The Saints won due in large part to their rebounding with 18 offensive rebounds compared to Garden City's six.  Seward out rebounded the Busters 43-31.  The Saints shot 37 percent while Garden shot 47 percent. 

Seward is 11-6 and has won seven straight while Garden is 14-3.  Seward plays at Colby Wednesday night at 8 on B107.5 and kscbnews.net. 

#13 Hutchinson def Colby 92-80*
Pratt def Barton 83-80*
Seward County def Garden City 75-69*
Dodge City def Cloud County 81-78*
 

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