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With a combined record of 18-4 at home this season the Seward County Lady Saints and Saints certainly deserve a pat on the back from the fans that come to the Greenhouse every Wednesday and Saturday night to watch them play. But, that might cause some bruises on the backs of the Seward County players if they are getting patted by each of the 1400+ people that have flocked to the Greenhouse each night for the Saints and Lady Saints games this season. Through the midway point of the 2013 season, Seward County currently leads the nation in attendance for their Womenís games, and ranks a close second in Menís attendance per home contest.

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Seward County Head Coach Toby Wynn picked up his 200th win of his career Saturday night in the Greenhouse as his Lady Saints downed visiting Dodge City 73-57 in front of a crowd of nearly 1600 fans to push them to 4-1 in Jayhawk West Conference play this season. Seward once again got off to a good start, scoring 46 first half points to take a 14 point lead into the half. After a slow start to the second half, they continued to build on their lead and came away with a 73-57 win behind big games from freshmen Shanise Brooks and Madison McLain.

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Less than a year after being inducted into the Seward County Saints Hall of Fame, former Lady Saint basketball player Kim Ortega has been selected as a part of the NJCAA Womenís Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2013. She will join legendary coaches Alfreda Harris of Roxbury CC, Susan Summons of Miami Dade College, and Gwyn Young of Copiah Lincoln CC as the Class of 2013.

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On the heels of a successful inaugural Hall of Fame Class induction in the Spring of 2012, the Saints Hall of Fame voting committee has made its decision on the second Hall of Fame Class, the Class of 2013. Three members will be enshrined at the Athletics Banquet on April 19th in the Greenhouse. Long time boosters Brent Gould and Charles Brownlee will join Saints basketball legend Tony Slaughter to represent the Hall of Fameís second class.

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Seven short months after throwing his final pitch in a Seward County uniform, former Saint lefty Keegan Hucul has been given the greatest recognition of his collegiate career. Hucul was named one of fourteen Canadian baseball players and one of just two left handed pitchers to be named to the 2012 Canadian Baseball Network 1st Team All-Canadian Team.

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Following a 69-63 loss to Mineral Area to close out the 2012 portion of their non-conference schedule, the Seward County Saints rang in the New Year on Tuesday with a bang, upsetting previously 11-1 and 23rd ranked Lamar State-Port Arthur 70-62 in the Lone Star State to get their 2013 off to a good start.

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