The Lady Saints picked up their 10th straight victory over Garden City C.C. with a 72-62 victory at the Perryman Center on Wednesday night. Sophomore All-American Tegan Cunningham celebrated her 20th birthday with another outstanding performance recording 33 points and 11 rebounds. She now trails former Lady Saint Stacy Wewe (1,141 points) by four points for fourth-place, and 17 points separates Cunningham from former All-American Tracy Wynn (1,154 points) for third-place all-time in Seward County women’s basketball history for career points scored. The Lady Saints capped off their victory over Garden City by shooting 14-of-16 free throws in the second half. In addition, the victory at Garden City completed Seward County’s three game road trip.

Since 2000-2001, the Lady Saints have dominated the overall series against Pratt C.C. with a perfect 16-0 record. Seward leads 7-0 in games played at the Green House, SCCC is 7-0 at the Beaver Dome, and they lead 2-0 in Region VI games played on a neutral court. The Lady Saints swept the conference series last season by an average of 44.5 points per game.

Pratt fell on Wednesday night, 61-83, at home against No. 8 Cloud County C.C. The Lady Beavers are 2-4 in conference play, collecting victories at home over Colby C.C. (74-71, OT) and Dodge City C.C. (78-70). In Pratt’s final non-conference game they picked up an impressive victory over Jayhawk East foe Cowley College, 61-42. Head coach Brooke Schwartz is in her second year at the helm of the Lady Beavers program after finishing a standout career as a point guard at the University of Nebraska. Schwartz, a two-time All-Big 12 selection, still remains in 39 all-time record book categories in Nebraska women’s basketball history. Pratt has two players who average in double-figure scoring, including Sasha Crosby (12.6 ppg.) and Wyneisha Webb (10.3 ppg.).