The guys drew first blood when they took the floor, with Salina matching them point for point until Salina plateaued at five points and Kansas pulled away to lead for the rest of the game.
The Comets closed the game out, 44 to 27 over Salina.
Seth Evans dominated under the boards in offensive rebounds and getting in five two-point shots, yet he was generous with assists.
Evans had the second highest score with 10 points, behind Kaiden Osbourn who put up 20 of the team’s 44 points, including five 3-pointers.
Easton Wiggins and Rowdi Blackbird each dropped in a 3-pointer to add to the team total.
Trent Fields was the third highest Comets scorer with 6 points.
The Comets played a fast-paced, aggressive game all night on the offense side of the ball and added a very tight defense against the Wildcats, frustrating the Wildcats’ ability to get a clean shot.
They were able to put up 10 points in the first period, 12 points in the second, had cool baskets in the third perio... Click here to read full article