Jamison Holland

Jamison Holland runs down the court against Central High as the Outlaws sophomore had 12 points in the victory over Washington.

In their third meeting against each other, the Marlow Lady Outlaws and Marlow Outlaws got road victories over Washington with the Lady Outlaws winning 34-26 and the Outlaws winning 46-43.

Both teams in the girls game battled to a 6-6 tie in the first quarter with baskets from Dara Hunt, Elaina Kuhlman and Jenna Wade.

Continuing the trend of low scoring quarters, the Lady Outlaws got the edge in the second quarter outscoring Washington 4-3 to take the 10-9 lead at halftime.

Baskets came from Kuhlman and Jenna Wade as they went in for the break and came out for the third quarter wanting to make sure they kept their lead.

The Lady Outlaws got two three buckets from Kuhlman and Jenna Wade and other baskets came from Madison Fitzhugh and Judeah Valenzuela with Marlow outscoring Washington 10-4 in the quarter.

Leading by seven points, the Lady Outlaws had their best quarter as Jenna Wade had five points and Valenzuela also had five points all coming from the free throw one.

Marlow was able to outscore Washington 14-13 in the final quarter of play and Jenna Wade led the scoring with 12 points while Valenzuela and Kuhlman both had seven points apiece.

Fitzhugh and Hunt had four points apiece and the Lady Outlaws finished the game with the victory and moved to an 11-6 record on the year and a perfect 3-0 against Washington this year.

In the boys game, the first quarter was a back and forth affair and the Outlaws got three buckets from long range with two coming from Jace Gilbert and one coming for Blake Harris.

Washington was able to outscore the Outlaws 10-9 in the first quarter, however, the three ball came back and alive from Josiah Johnson before he left the game with an injury.

Johnson hit three long range shots while Gilbert got a two bucket along with Jamison Holland and they outscored the Warriors 13-9 to take the 22-19 lead heading to the second half of play.

Holland, in the third quarter, kept the lead at three points hitting three shots from the field while Gilbert added a two and three bucket putting the Outlaws in the lead 35-32 heading to the fourth quarter.

The Outlaws were able to hold on to the lead with Holland going 4-for-4 from the charity stripe and baskets from Gilbert and Avery Payne helped the Outlaws get the second victory of the year over Washington.

Gilbert had 15 points, Holland had 12 and Johnson had nine points with the rest of the points spread out between four different players in the Outlaws 10th victory of the season.

Both Marlow teams will have homecoming up next as the Lady Outlaws have a rematch with Lindsay beginning at 6:30 p.m. followed by the boys game starting at 8 p.m. this evening.

The Lady Outlaws beat Lindsay 50-27 in the second game of the year, while the boys won 53-32 in the early season matchup between the two teams.

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