Seward County tied its longest winning streak of the season with a 16-point victory (72-56) over Colby C.C. on Wednesday night at the Green House. The Lady Saints enter the midway point of the conference schedule with a 6-2 record, which includes a 4-0 record at home and a 2-2 mark on the road. Seward County was led by point guard Stephani Rhoten against Colby, as the 5-foot-7 Canyon, Texas native led all players with 22 points, and she dished out seven assists and was a perfect 7-of-7 from the charity stripe.

SCCC won the first meeting against Dodge City, 71-39, at the Green House in both team’s Jayhawk West opener. That was the first of eight consecutive losses for the Lady Conqs, as they enter Saturday night with an eight-game losing skid. Since 2000-2001, Seward County leads the overall series, 14-3, and has recorded a victory in five of the last six overall. During this span, the Lady Saints are a perfect 8-0 at the Green House and lead 4-3 at the Dodge City Civic Center.

Dodge City has seen the majority of its success this season at the Civic Center where they have a 4-5 record. The Lady Conquistadors are 1-5 on the road and 0-7 while playing on a neutral floor. DCCC’s last victory was a 74-56 victory on the road at Lamar C.C. in its final non-conference game. The Lady Conqs have struggled in conference play going winless (0-8) through the first half of league play. Their closest contest came in an eight-point loss on the road at Butler C.C. in overtime (71-77). Dodge City’s lone sophomore, Keri Rausch, is leading the team in scoring (11.8 ppg.), 3-pointers (45) and 3-point shooting percentage (.372). In addition, starting post Jocelyn Anderson is currently second in the Region VI in free throw shooting percentage (.873, 48-of-55), behind Rhoten who is leading the state with a 90 percent (87-of-97) average from the line. In addition, Dodge City has lost 13 of its last 14 games overall.