Jan 08, 2020 4:01 AM

Southeast Of Saline Swept By Sacred Heart

Posted Jan 08, 2020 4:01 AM

The Southeast of Saline Lady Trojans were beaten by the Sacred Heart Lady Knights 50 to 38.  Scoring for Southeast Of Saline Lady Trojans, Karsyn Schlesener with 20, Madison Fear with 10, Keely Orr with 4, Meredith Tillberg with 2 and Emily Meares with 2.  Leading Scorer for the Sacred Heart Lady Knights, Ella Gotti with 13.  Southeast Of Saline Lady Trojans are 3 and 3 on the year and their next game will be Friday night at Minneapolis on KINA 910AM and 107.5FM at 5:50pm  Southeast Of Saline Lady Trojan Coach Shauna Smith had this to say after the game.

The Southeast Of Saline Trojans were beaten by the Sacred Heart Knights 59 to 53.  Scoring for the Southeast Of Saline Trojans, Eli Sawyers with 13, Eli Harris with 11, Bryant Banks with 9, Jaxson Gebhardt with 8, Seth Eklund with 7, Luke Gleason with 3 and Nakari Morrical-Palmer with 2.  Leading Scorer for the Sacred Heart Knights, Tate Herrenbruck with 22.  Southeast Of Saline Trojans are 4 and 2 on the year and their next game is at Minneapolis on Friday night, right after the Lady Trojans contest on KINA 910AM  and 107.5FM.  Southeast Of Saline Trojan Coach Bryson Flax had this to say after the game.

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FHSU women's basketball climbs to No. 13 in coaches poll
FHSU's Hailey Walker. Photo by Allie Schweizer courtesy fhsuathletics.com" />
FHSU's Hailey Walker. Photo by Allie Schweizer courtesy fhsuathletics.com

HAYS -- Thanks to three big wins, including a win over sixth-ranked Saint Anselm, the Fort Hays State women's basketball team jumped three spots to No. 13 in the latest WBCA Division II Coaches Poll, released Tuesday.

Ballots were submitted before the Tigers' 75-74 win over Pittsburg State on Monday.

The Tigers gained 106 points in the voting process, up to 307 points. FHSU is five points behind 12th-ranked Adelphi and 37 points clear of No. 14 Sioux Falls.

This is the first time the Tigers have been ranked 13th in the national coaches poll, leaving just four slots in which the Tigers have never been ranked (No. 14, No. 15, No. 20, No. 22).

The Tigers are once again the top-ranked MIAA team, with Emporia State following in the coaches poll at No. 16. The Hornets are the lone league program listed in this week's D2SIDA Media Poll, coming in 18th.

Fort Hays State returns to action Thursday when the Tigers travel to Tahlequah, Okla. to take on Northeastern State. First tip is set for 5:30 p.m.

--fhsuathletics.com--