The Saints enter Wednesday night on a four-game winning streak, after knocking off Pratt C.C., 97-71, on Saturday night at the Green House. SCCC used double-figure scoring from five players, including Donald Dixon (20 points) and Drew Jones (14 points) who both recorded career-highs in scoring. Dixon played his best game of the season against his former team (played at Pratt in 05-06) in his first start of the season. During the Saintsí current four-game winning streak they have shot 54 percent from the field, committed just 13.5 turnovers per game, shot 79 percent from the free throw line and have defeated their opponents by an average of 17.8 points per game.

Since 2000-2001, the Saints and Trojans are tied, 7-7, in the overall series. In recent years the home team has typically dominated the series with the Saints holding a 5-2 lead at the Green House, and the Trojans clinging to a 5-2 lead at the Colby Community Building. Seward has won the last three meetings, with Colby winning six of the previous seven games from 2003-2006.

Colby was the talk of the Jayhawk West after opening conference play with two straight wins. The Trojans finished last season with a 1-15 record in the Jayhawk West, and completed this seasonís non-conference schedule with a 3-10 overall mark. Colby opened the conference slate with a 15-point blowout over Garden City (85-70) at the Colby Community Building, and a 71-70 overtime victory on the road at Pratt C.C. Since then Colby has dropped its last five conference games by an average of 10.2 points per game. The Trojans are coming off a 15-point road loss at Barton County (88-73), despite leading 41-39 with two minutes left in the first half. Colbyís offense revolves around the outside shooting of two of its leading scorers, Mike Boyd (19.3 ppg.) and Andrew Engel (14.5 ppg.), who both have collected 45 three-pointers this season. Freshman 6-foot-8 center Koance Davis (16.4 ppg., 10.0 rpg.) is the teamís leading rebounder.