Leavenworth The Seabury Academy girls basketball team and Immaculata were neck and neck throughout, but the Seahawks weren’t able to notch their fifth win of the season on Tuesday.
“We rallied in the fourth to get within two, but they beat us as the free-throw line in the last two minutes,” Seabury coach Keith Smith said.
Mariah Smith led the Seahawks with 12 points, and Emma Stilgenbauer scored seven points in her first game back from a knee injury.
Seabury (4-6) will play Hyman Brand Thursday at Bishop Seabury.
Seabury: Mariah Smith 12, Emma Stilgenbauer 7, Reilly Malone 6, Kayleigh Boos 2.
Seabury boys 46, Immaculata 40
Leavenworth — Mikey Wycoff scored 11 points, and Jomain and Avery Rouser added 10 apiece to help lead the Seabury Academy boys basketball team past Immaculata Tuesday.
Although Immaculata fought back in it in the late stages of the game, Seabury coach Ashley Battles felt his team was in control throughout the game.
Seabury (9-3) will play Hyman Brand Thursday at Bishop Seabury.
Seabury 13 9 14 10 — 46
Immaculata 12 5 4 19 — 40
Seabury: Mikey Wycoff 11, Avery Rouser 10, Jomain Rouser 10, Thomas Uhler 6, Marcus Allen 5, Bryce Copeland 4.