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Lady Skins Fine Except for Free Throws
02/26/2011

Liberal played well defensively but stuggled offensively especially at the free thow line in a 46-38 Senior Night loss to Dodge City (14-5, 6-1) Friday night.  Liberal was 3-12 at the foul line in the loss.  Liberal trailed 22-16 at halftime and 36-26 after three quarters.  Liberal is 9-11 and finishes 1-7 in the WAC.  There will be a three way coin flip between LHS, Kapaun, and Andover Central Saturday morning in Valley Center.  Liberal will play Wednesday in either Liberal, Wichita, or Andover.  LHS head coach Shane Stout says his team played well in some phases.  "Defensively, we were pretty solid.  We had 20 offensive rebounds and out-rebounded them.  We took care of the ball pretty well.  There's not one glaring thing I can complain about.  This is a good Dodge City team.  But when you go 3-12 at the free throw line against at team like this, it's tough.  There at the end of the game when we were fouling to get back in the game, we wouldn't have been down four."

Final WAC Standings

Dodge City 6-1

Great Bend 5-3

Hays 4-3

Garden City 3-5

Liberal 1-7

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