Saints Use Strong Second Half for Win Over Outlaws

KSCB News - December 8, 2014 7:08 am

A strong second half lifted the Seward County Saints to a win over an ABA minor league team the Oklahoma Outlaws Saturday in the Green House. Seward beat former college players 86-67 Saturday night in the Green House. This was a 32 all tie at the half but Seward outscored the Outlaws 54-35 in the second half. Seward head coach Bryan Zollinger’s biggest concern were the 20 turnovers in the win. Kevin Sims and Secean Johnson scored 17 a piece while Derek Dorn dished six assists. Seward is back to .500 for the first time this season at 6-6. They host Pure Prep Academy Wednesday night at 7 in the Green House.

 

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