Seward made just 1-16 three pointers and lost for the 10th time in 19 years in the Green House Friday night. But the loss was also the second home loss in four years to South Plains who beat SEward 75-63. The Lady Texans (3-2) led by as many as 15 in the first half. South Plains out muscled Seward with 44 rebounds to Seward's 31. South Plains held off Seward despite Kelsey Wilson's 29 points and nine rebounds. Seward head coach Toby Wynn tips his cap to the Lady Texans. "Give South Plains credit, they were obviously ready to play," Wynn said. "They came in here with the right mindset to take it to us. Our kids came in here pretty much floating in the clouds and feeling pretty good about themselves and not realizing how good of a team we were getting ready to play against."
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