Seward County won its fifth straight conference game on Wednesday night with a dominating 97-59 victory over Colby C.C. at the Green House. The current winning streak is the longest string of conference victories for the Saints since the 2001-2002 season. Seward County was just about unstoppable in the second half shooting 55 percent from the field and making 10 three-pointers (53 percent). The Saints collected a season-high 15 treys for the game, led by Reggie Chamberlain (4), Donald Dixon (4), Drew Jones (2) and Bruno Mendes (2). In the first match-up this season, Seward snapped a three game losing streak against DCCC winning in double O.T. on a lay-up by freshman guard Reggie Chamberlain with :03.3 left to play. Chamberlain, who scored a career-high 29 points, also sent the game into double overtime making the final field goal in the first overtime period. The game had a total of 12 ties and 26 lead changes.

Since 2000-2001, the Saints hold a narrow lead in the overall series against Dodge City, 8-7. Dodge City has won six of the last nine contests, including four straight at the Dodge City Civic Center. The Saints own a 6-2 lead at the Green House while the Conquistadors are 5-2 at the Civic Center. The Saints last victory at the Civic Center was on Jan. 8, 2003, when Seward County cruised past Dodge City with a 69-42 victory. That game also marked the fewest points that Dodge City has scored against Seward in the last 15 match-ups.

Dodge City, who is coming off back-to-back Jayhawk West titles, enters Saturday night on a five-game losing streak, which includes four straight losses by seven points or less. Last Wednesday Dodge City returned to home, following a three-game road trip, to take on Garden City. The Conqs fell to the Busters (61-54), as they shot just 36 percent from the floor and was out-rebounded by 18. Ty Patterson led the way for DCCC with 16 points. Patterson also scored 31 points earlier this season against SCCC.