Archive for Tuesday, January 7, 2003

Seabury girls win, boys fall

January 7, 2003


— A banner night for Laura Frizell resulted in a rejuvenating victory for Seabury Academy's girls basketball squad.

Frizell had 10 points, 11 steals and five rebounds to lead the Seahawks to a 25-16 victory against Topeka Heritage Christian on Monday. Regan Sisson added six points for Seabury (2-3), which held Heritage to just three first-half points.

Seahawks coach Tracy Kitson said Heritage was evolving into somewhat of a rival, adding to the win.

"This is really a confidence-booster for us," Kitson said. "It's great to start out back from Christmas break with a win."

The Seabury boys weren't as pleased with Monday's trip, losing 37-28 to Heritage. Grayson Dillon had 11 points to lead the Seahawks

Coach Marcus Heckman said Kris Finger played tenacious defense.

"The shots we got were actually pretty good, we just aren't hitting them," Heckman said.

The Seahawk boys and girls squads return home for a game Friday against Metro Academy.

Seabury girls 25, Topeka Heritage Christian 16

Seabury 4 8 8 5 -- 25

Heritage 3 0 5 8 -- 16

Seabury scorers: Laura Hoffman 2, Regan Sisson 6, Janie Schneider 2, Laura Frizell 10, Lindsey Ahlen 5. Seabury record: 2-3

Heritage Christian boys 37, Seabury 28

Seabury 6 4 5 13 -- 28

Heritage 18 5 2 12 -- 37

Seabury scorers: Grayson Dillon 11, Kris Finger 7, Adam Davis 6, Matt Parker 2, Aaron Landis 2. Cited for defense: Finger. Seabury record: 1-4.

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