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Logan Nethercot runs to first base this past Friday against McCook Community College. The Saints lost the season opener 4-3 but hope to bounce back this weekend against Galveston at Fort Worth, Texas.

Seward looks forward after dropping season opener

February 4, 2015
The 2015 season opener for the Saints baseball team was one game that did not turn out the way they hoped. Seward fell to McCook Community College in a close game, 4-3, bringing the first loss of the season.
Board of trustees decide against additional sports for SCCC

Board of trustees decide against additional sports for SCCC

November 14, 2014
At its regular meeting Monday night, the board set the addition of a new sports team to the side. Had the board decided to pursue the addition of a new sport, November would be the deadline for beginning the process in time for the next academic year.
Crusader photo/Efren Rivero
Chris Juracek pitches against Garden City Community College last Friday. Juracek pitched for a couple of innings during the fall scrimmage. The Saints will play again in Liberal on the Oct. 17 against Frank Phillips College.

Baseball tunes up before fall season ends

October 9, 2014
The Saints baseball team pitched off to a busy weekend as they played three more fall games. They faced Garden City Community College on Friday, Frank Phillips College on Saturday, and South Moore on Sunday.
Brandon Rix runs to home plate during the Saints scrimmage against Clarendon College. Rix, an infielder for the Saints, earned the NJCAA Superior Academic Award last year. Crusader photo/Maria Lara

Saints optimistic for spring season

September 11, 2014
The Saints baseball team continued their fall scrimmages with games against Colorado Lightning and Clarendon College this past weekend. Galen McSpadden, head baseball coach, said, “I liked what I saw this weekend. As long as I can see progress, and that was on the mound, and that was defensively, and that was at the plate, so that’s encouraging.”
Crusader photo/Jose Medrano
Troy Owen gets ready to bat during the conference opening match against Butler on March 6.

Saints look to finish the 2012-2013 season strong

April 12, 2013
This has been a season of peaks and valleys for Saints baseball. Right now the Saints seem to be reaching another one of those peaks.

Soccer at Seward: Athletic Director McSpadden expects program within two years

September 27, 2011

"Soccer is targeted to come to Seward within the next two years. Depending on how soon we can get the facilities and how our finances look, that is the...

Saints host scrimmage

September 13, 2011
As the year starts, Seward County baseball is bringing in 16 true freshmen and returning three redshirt freshmen and 12 sophomores, for a total of 31 players who are included on the Fall 2011 roster.
Crusader photo/Will Rector
Kelby Tomlinson connects on a base hit against Clarendon on Tuesday. Tomlinson’s homerun in the eighth would not be enough to put the Saints on top as they lost 8-7. Tomlinson was 4-5 in the game with four runs scored, a stolen base and an RBI from his homerun.

Saints blow four run lead in seventh

April 30, 2010
The Seward County Saints had a plan for their non-conference game against Clarendon on Tuesday. Pitch by committee and get a win to add momentum into this weekend. Their plan almost worked.

Baseball continues to prep for season

September 25, 2009
The Seward County Saints baseball team took two out of three games on Wednesday from the Garden City Broncbusters at Garden City.
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