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Twice as Nice for Lady Redskins in Colby

After maybe their most miserable start of the season, the Liberal Lady Redskins pulled off one of their most unlikely comebacks in recent memory winning a 59-58 double overtime heart stopper over Scott City.  Liberal wins their opening round game of the Colby Orange and Black Classic for the first time since 2010 and plays Friday at 3 p.m. against Hugoton or Palmer Ridge.

Liberal dug a 19-2 hole against at Lady Beaver team who is now 1-7.  LHS trailed 29-15 at the half.  But the Lady Redskins used a full court press in the second half to pull back into striking distance.  The Lady Skins trailed 35-29 after three.  Jai Chapman's buzzer beating bank shot from the left of the lane tied the game at the end of regulation.  Liberal led 50-47 in OT after a Megan Besecker three pointer.  But after LHS went 0-3 at the foul line, Scott City's Shanaya Hoeme sunk two charities to send the game to double OT.  LHS trailed twice by six in double OT including 58-52.  But a Besecker three from the right corner pulled Liberal to within one.  After Scott missed two free throws, Chapman got the rebound and raced to the other end for a shot on the high lane which resulted in a two shot foul.  After missing the previous four foul shots, Chapman sunk both free throws to give LHS the lead with 2.2 seconds remaining. 

Liberal is 4-6.  Chapman scored a career high 29 and Besecker added 17. 

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