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Andover Central Saves Best for Lady Skins
03/03/2011
Lady Skins coach Shane Stout

Andover Central again is saving their best for last.  One year after winning the 5A state title, a young injury plagued Lady Jaguar team put things together in their 58-46 win over the Liberal Lady Redskins Wednesday night in Andover.  LHS held Central's leading scorer Cami Gee without a field goal but the Lady Jaguars (10-11) made six three pointers.  Justyce Perez scored 23 which was 13 over her average.  Meg Huelskamp scored 10 which was eight over her average. 

Central led 17-10 after one quarter and 29-12 in the second quarter before a 9-0 LHS run made it 29-20.  It was 31-20 at halftime.  LHS trailed just 31-22 after two Emily Bayouth free throws.  But Andover Central then went on an 11-0 run.  Justice Norah scored 21 in the loss and Megan Campbell added a season high 10 while playing with a broken hand.  Liberal finishes 9-12.  That breaks a string of five straight winning seasons at LHS in the girls basketball program.  Campbell, Lauren Sumner, Kirsten Ross, and Destiny Hall played their final games for LHS. 

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