The Seward County Community College womenís basketball team played their final regular season home basketball game at the Green House, Wednesday night on SCCC Sophomore Recognition Night. Seven Lady Saint sophomores finished their final regular season home game the same way they did almost all of their home games throughout their careers at SCCC, with a convincing victory. SCCC defeated Hutchinson Community College 65-46, in a game the Lady Saints controlled from the opening tip-off.

The fourth-place Lady Saints (24-5, 10-5 Jayhawk West) stormed out to an early 18-3 lead in the first-half. SCCC controlled the tempo of the game forcing the Lady Blue Dragons (16-13, 4-11) to commit 17 first-half turnovers. Hutchinson shot just 17 percent (3-for-18) from the field in the first-half to accumulate only 10 points at half-time.

SCCC led 29-10 at half-time and their lead continued to grow in the second-half.

Sophomore shooting guard, Sierra Radke, nailed two three-point buckets early in the second half, with Radkeís second trey giving SCCC a 35-10 lead. Seward would lead by as many as 28 points in the second-half.

Seward County shot just 1-of-13 from three-point range in the first-half, but came out firing in the second-half, hitting on 6-of-14 from downtown.

Radke led Seward County with 11 points and sophomore, Brio Rode, scored 10 points with a team-high five assists. Freshman center, Ilda Chambe, scored eight points with a game-high 12 rebounds.

Hutchinsonís Sheena Kuntzsch, scored a game-high 17 points, while also grabbing nine rebounds. Tessa Morrow chipped in nine points for the Lady Blue Dragons.

The seven Lady Saints who played their final regular season home game at the Green House included Radke, Rode, Kalie Radcliff, Megan Sullivan, Meshia Mason, Abby Williams and Amanda McCue.

Radke, Williams, McCue and Radcliff wore the green and white for two seasons and have compiled the following overall records: overall record at Seward County: 59-8; home court record at the Green House: 28-1; non-conference overall record: 29-0.

The Lady Saints will travel to third-place Barton County Community College on Saturday, March 4, taking on the Lady Cougars at 6:00 p.m. at the Barton County Gym, in Great Bend.