By EARL WATT
• Daily Leader
Twenty one percent.
That was all that the Colby Lady Trojans could shoot against Seward Monday in a make-up game.
The Lady Saints had their struggles as well, only connecting on 38 percent of their shots.
But the lid on the bucket for Colby was too much in a 70-46 Lady Saints win.
Rachel Barnes led the Lady Saints with 22 points.
Sumr Robinett and Morgan Skomal each had 10. Robinett accomplished a double double by grabbing 12 rebounds to go with her 10 points.
Megan Lassley scored eight.
Nadia Rosario continued to be a force on the defensive end, getting three blocked shot.
Seward jumped out to a 10-point lead in the first half and continued to dominate in the second in the Jayhawk West victory that advanced the No. 15 Lady Saints to 5-0 in the conference.
Colby fell to 0-5.
The Lady Saints will travel to Dodge City Sunday to face the 1-4 Lady Conquistadors.
Seward will return home to face Garden City Jan. 27.
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