SENECA - The Seneca girls basketball team just lacks the volume to run with Wauzeka-Steuben Hornets this year.
The Indians managed to play pretty well in the first half of the game on Thursday, Jan. 9 and were down just 19-23, but the second half proved difficult.
Seneca started strong by scoring the first five points and took the lead 24-23, after that it was mainly Wauzeka-Steuben.
The Hornets connected on five three-point shots in the second half to open up the game to a double-digit spread and the Indians were unable to come back.
For the game, the seniors led Seneca in scoring with Savanna Wallin scoring 16 points and Makenna Greene scoring 14 points. Freshmen Kendra Chambers scored five points and Taylor Snyder scored one point.Seneca will host the Weston Silver Eagles this Friday, Jan. 17.