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Lady Skins Win Ugly Over Scott City
02/01/2014

Liberal didn't play their best ball but still beat struggling Scott City 38-24 Friday evening in the Big House.  The Lady Redskins built a 19-5 lead at halftime and 23-5 early in the third quarter before the Lady Beavers used a 19-6 run to make it 29-24.  But the Lady Skins finished the game on a 9-0 run to win.  Jada Mickens led Liberal with eight.  Jai Chapman scored seven in an off night.  Liberal made just one of eleven three point attempts and was 11-20 at the foul line.  LHS is 5-7 and Scott is 2-10.  Liberal hosts Dodge City Tuesday night at 6 on 1270 and kscbnews.net with Redskin Pre-game at 5:45.  National Beef bought out the game and admission is free. 

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