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Seneca girls eat up competition
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The Seneca girls’ basketball team just kept rolling along last week with a massive 47-17 victory over the Kickapoo Panthers on Thursday, Jan. 24.

With the win, the Indians improved their overall record to 12-2 and their conference record to 7-1.

Seneca started slowly against Kickapoo and a slow-paced game left the Indians on top 18-9 at halftime.

A reinvigorated Seneca rallied for 18 points in the third quarter, while their stifling defense held the Panthers to just two points and it was 36-11 when the third quarter ended.

Seneca’s senior guard Logan Lessard led all scorers with 15 points, while Taylor Redman and Alexis Payne each added 10 points. Brianna Brockway scored eight points.

Seneca coach Kim Redman is happy with the improvement she continues to see in her young team.

The Indians are on the road this week when they travel to Wauzeka this Friday, Feb. 1 to face the Wauzeka-Steuben Hornets. Seneca will also play in DeSoto on Monday, Feb. 4 in a make-up game.