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Lady Skins Return to Form in Guymon
02/15/2011
Justice Norah passes ahead in Guymon.

That was more like it.  The Liberal girls looked more like their old selves Monday night in a 65-43 win at Guymon.  Justice Norah scored 20 of her game high 31 points in the fourth quarter.  Liberal led 38-34 early in the fourth quarter before a 27-9 run to end the game.  Jai Chapman scored a career high 10 points.  Liberal head coach Shane Stout says that's more like it.  "That was nice well rounded scoring as opposed to what we saw Friday night," Stout said.  "This Guymon team may not be at the same level as our conference schools, but I tell you what, playing here is just as hard as any gym we go to.  They had a very nice crowd and this gym gets loud.  We stayed composed.  The game got down to four points but never got down to a one possession game.  We made free throws when we had to.  I'm really pleased with our effort." 

The Lady Skins are 9-8 and Guymon is 7-14.  Gumymon plays at Rolla Tuesday night while LHS hosts Great Bend Saturday night at 6 p.m. 

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