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Lady Saints Postpone CSI Las Vegas

KSCB News - December 29, 2014 6:35 am

Down by as many as 14, playing for the first time since December 6th, playing after their point guard quit on them, and playing the #19 team in the country Seward prevailed again. The #7 Lady Saints are 12-0 after a 61-59 win over #19 College of Southern Idaho in Las Vegas, Nevada Sunday night.

The Lady Saints trailed most of the game including 31-21 at the half. But Seward rallied for the win. The Lady Saints slowly drew closer and closer before a Bernard jumper made it a three point game and a pair of free throws by Kyndal Davis cut the CSI lead to just one at 55-54 with 2:37 left. An Eagle free throw made it a two point game when Davis came up big again, drilling a three from the right wing to give the Lady Saints their first lead since the opening minutes of the contest at 57-56 with 1:49 remaining.

Brooklyn Artis scored 15 while Daniela Galindo scored 13 and Kyndal Davis scored 11 with six rebounds and Rebekah Hatchard added 10. Tamara Seda was slowed by foul trouble and fouled out of the game. Starting point guard Brianna Scott quit the team the day after Christmas. But Seward still won despite being out rebounded 52-33. Seward plays #11 Salt Lake CC Monday night at 6 Central Standard Time on B107.5 and kscbnews.net. #2 Hutchinson topped Salt Lake 55-46 Sunday in Vegas.

 

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