Seward County was involved in one of the lowest scoring games in both Hutchinson and Lady Saints history on Wednesday night at the Hutchinson Sports Arena. The No. 3 ranked and undefeated Lady Saints knocked off Hutchinson 37-24, holding the Lady Dragons to their second-lowest scoring output in the programs history. In Hutchinson’s first season of basketball they were held to their lowest scoring total ever (17 vs. Cloud County, Dec. 11, 1974). Tegan Cunningham led all players with 15 points (12 points in first half) as Seward County held Hutchinson to only 13 percent shooting from the field, and an 0-for-20 shooting effort from three-point territory. Seward County collected 13 steals and forced Hutchinson to commit 26 turnovers. Hutchinson didn’t score their first point of the game until the 11:40 mark in the first-half.


Barton County is red-hot entering the Green House after upsetting No. 5 Cloud County 91-73 on Saturday night in Concordia, Kan. The Lady Cougars raced out to an early 53-26 lead at halftime, and led by as many as 31 points in the game. Barton County had a sensational night from their guards Andrea Barber and LaToya Jackson, who combined scored 44 points, grabbed eight rebounds, and dished out 13 assists.

The Lady Cougars have an unblemished 7-0 conference record since their 10 point loss at home to the Lady Saints on Jan. 15, defeating their last seven opponents by an average of 28.7 points per game.

Since 2000-01, SCCC is leading the overall series 14-1. In the all-time series, Barton County leads 36-26, with SCCC leading 16-12 in the Green House. Seward County has a current 14 game winning streak over Barton County in the Green House, with BCCC’s last win in Liberal coming in 1992.