Seward County won its 17th straight game over Pratt with a 65-39 victory on Saturday night at the Green House. The win was the second in a row for the Lady Saints, as they improve to 5-2 in Jayhawk league play. Pratt scored just 19 points in the second half and Seward County outscored the Lady Beavers 37-15 in the gameís final 15 minutes. Sophomore All-American Tegan Cunningham led all players with 18 points and she finished with eight rebounds. Sophomore guard Audra Binford added four 3-point field goals on Saturday, which places her in a tie for fifth-place all-time in Seward County history for career 3-pointers with former guard Sierra Radke.

Since 2000-2001, the Lady Saints lead the overall series, 10-4, with a 6-1 advantage at the Green House and a 4-3 lead at the Colby Community Building. In Colbyís Region VI championship season in 2006, the Lady Trojans knocked off the Lady Saints in the Green House, 79-67. Last seasonís match-up in Liberal, Seward County dominated Colby on sophomore recognition night, 100-63. Colbyís longest winning streak during this time span was three games, defeating SCCC on Feb. 13, 2005, and then sweeping the series in 2006.

Colby returns the top three-point shooter in the Region VI as sophomore Sandra Sormaz is the teamís leading scorer (15.8 ppg.) and three-point shooting threat (53-of-128 3-pt. FG). Sormaz is coming off a 23-point (seven 3ís) performance last Saturday at No. 23 Barton County. If there was any significant stat from the Lady Trojanís previous game it was that Colby attempted 63 percent of its shots from 3-point range (40-of-63). This season Colby has three players who have all made at least 20 long range shots, and a total of five have recorded double-figure 3-pointers. In addition, Colby currently leads the NJCAA in team free throw shooting (.718). The Lady Trojans are traditionally a strong free throw shooting team also leading the nation last season, and finishing fourth in the NJCAA in 04-05 and 03-04.