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Seneca girls struggle with Potosi-Cassville after quarantine
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SENECA - The Seneca girls basketball team was quarantined from December 16 through most of the Christmas break due to COVID concerns, they finally returned to play Kickapoo, Potosi-Cassville and Wauzeka-Steuben (twice) in the past two weeks.  

“Those teams we played after we returned are very good teams with several experienced varsity players that exploited our weaknesses,” Seneca coach Kim Redman acknowledged later.  

“Last week, we played a talented Wauzeka-Steuben team twice in four days,” Redman said. “The second time we played them, we battled and played with them though almost half of the first half until we suffered many turnovers due to their pressure defense.” 

Here are the scores and scoring stats from those games.  


Seneca-20    Kendra Chambers led the team in scoring with eight points and 8 Taylor Snyder  had four points. Grace Check, Jorja Clark, Bryonna Caya and Ella Greene each each scored two points. 



Grace Check led the team in scoring with six points, while  Nirea Klema  had four points, Ella Greene had three points andKendra Chambers  had two points. 

Wauzeka-Steuben  59

Seneca 20   

Jorja Clark  led the team in scoring with eight points, while Kendra Chambers had six points, Taylor Snyder  had three points, Nirea Klema had two points and Bryonna Caya  had one point. 

Wauzeka-Steuben 62 

Seneca 21  

Kendra Chambers led the team in scoring withnine points, while Bryonna Caya and Nirea Klema  each scored four points. Grace Check and McKenzie Sime each scored two points.