Raymond’s offense was firing on all cylinders as the Seagulls trounced Northwest Christian 93-57 on Monday in Lacey.
In one of the highest-scoring performances in school history, Raymond (5-2 overall, 3-2 2B Pacific) dominated from start to finish.
Led by a whopping 40 points from senior guard Tre’ Seydel, the Seagulls jumped out to a 19 point lead after the first eight minutes of play, scoring a massive 31 points in the first quarter.
Raymond continued to pour it on in the second half, outscoring the Wolverines (2-9, 1-5) 45-28 over the final 16 minutes of the game.
“This was a nice road win for us,” Raymond head coach Derek Rask said. “We executed our game plan well and I thought our kids prepared well for the trip. They were ready to play. Offensively, we had a nice rhythm throughout the game. Our timing was good and we made solid decisions.”
In addition to his season-high 40 points, Seydel grabbed 11 rebounds, dished out seven assists and added four steals in a performance Rask said was “a phenomenal game on both ends of the floor.”
Raymond’s Morgan Anderson and Adrian Quintana also had stellar games. Anderson scored 20 points to go along with four assists and four steals while Quintana had 19 points and five assists.