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Saints Net Two In Staters Including Liberal’s Livingston

KSCB News - April 18, 2012 1:38 pm

The Seward County Saints Men’s Basketball Team is
pleased to announce the signing of a pair of in-state stars on the
opening day of the Spring signing period. Fresh off of their 3rd place
finish at the NJCAA National Tournament, Seward has added 5’10 guard
Josh Sweet from Washburn Rural High School and 6’5 forward Devondre
Livingston from Liberal High School to their 2012-2013 plans.

Sweet, who was recently named as one of the top players
in the state of Kansas by ESPN inks with the Saints after a solid career
at Washburn Rural in which he led the Blues to an 18-5 record during his
senior season and a trip to the state tournament quarterfinals in class
6A. Seward County Head Coach Bryan Zollinger on Sweet "Josh Sweet is a
tremendous competitor who has the ability to handle the ball under
pressure and hit jumpshots from the perimeter. He embraces competition
and is not afraid of a challenge. Josh is a very smart player with a
nice feel for the game. We are very excited to have him be a part of our
program."

Livingston will stay at home to play for the Saints
after a standout career at Liberal High School. Livingston spearheaded
a Redskin run to the state tournament after averaging 16 points and 7
rebounds per game for LHS. Zollinger on Livingston "DeVondre Livingston
has a nice physical presence and very good athletic ability. He rebounds
and scores well on the interior. DeVondre has a lot of character and
maturity for his age. We are looking forward to him joining our team and
helping us continue to be successful."

 

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