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Quest 90, Reign 77

February 12, 1998

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) _ The Columbus Quest’s other streak is still intact.

After seeing their ABL-record 13-game winning streak end at Seattle on Saturday, the Quest beat the Reign 90-77 on Wednesday to increase their league-record home winning streak to 19 games.

``We need to get back on track. That’s something that can’t be turned on and off,″ Columbus coach Brian Agler said. ``We talked a lot about it and we just have to make it happen.″

Valerie Still scored 17 points, Sonja Tate added 16, and Katie Smith and Tonya Edwards each had 14 for the Quest (33-8), who have secured a bye in the first round of the playoffs.

``Even though we might not be pumped, we still have to remember that this is the end of the regular season and we have a chance to really make our mark on this league,″ Smith said.

Kate Starbird led Seattle (13-28) with 15 points.

``Playing on Columbus’ home court makes a big difference,″ Seattle coach Tammy Holder said. ``If you look at the game stats, it was an evenly played game for the most part, but it was on their court.″

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