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January 13, 2013

Bringing home trophies

Marlow basketball teams win at LGHS

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DUNCAN —

MARLOW 63 TALIHINA 60 F/OT

Marlow went about doing things the hard way in the consolation championship game against Talihina.

After being down by as many as 10 points in the third, the Outlaws managed to fight back and tie the game in the fourth quarter before outscoring THS 13-10 in the overtime period.

Going into the halftime break, it was all square at 19-19 before THS took a 34-27 lead at the end of the third quarter.

MHS (8-5) outscored the Golden Tigers 23-16 in the fourth to force overtime.

Jackson Huddleston paced the Outlaws with 19 points with Braeden O’Dell scoring 17 points. Kirby Neufeld added 13, while Zac Beasler put in 11 points.  Wes Coast put in three points.

Marlow will be on the road against Little Axe on Tuesday night before traveling to Bethany on Friday night with both games set for 8 p.m.

GIRLS

MARLOW 49 TALIHINA 45

The Lady Outlaws found themselves in a close game in their opener.

After being down 10-8 following the first quarter, MHS stormed back to claim a 27-23 halftime lead and never look back in downing the Golden Lady Tigers.

Both teams scored 27 apiece in the second half, but it was Marlow who advanced.

Ashley O’Dell scored 18 points to lead the Lady Outlaws while Avery Walker added 16 points.

MARLOW 69 WALTERS 65

Another close game beckoned for the Lady Outlaws in the semifinals, but once again they were up to the challenge.

Marlow survived against class 2A Walters with a four point victory.

Ashley O’Dell scored a team-high 29 points with Avery Walker adding 17 points. Diamond Morris also put in 11 points.

In the finals, the Lady Outlaws (7-5) fell to Washington as the Lady Warriors got a measure of revenge from earlier this season.

No other information was available.

MHS will be on the road facing Little Axe on Tuesday before going to Bethany on Friday. Both games are set to begin at 6:30 p.m.

 

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