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Fourth Quarter Lifts Lawton Girls Over Lady Skins
12/10/2011

The Lady Redskins were competitive for three quarters, but class 6A Lawton, Oklahoma used an 18-4 fourth quarter to blow out Liberal 57-36 Friday night in the Conestoga/Community Bank Classic. 

Lawton (1-1) was 1-21 last year and lost to Liberal 55-37 but looks to be much improved this year after a 50-46 loss to Amarillo power Palo Duro. 

The Lady Wolverines led 10-4 after one quarter and 24-17 at halftime.  The Lady Redskins crept closer in the third quarter and trailed 24-19 and 26-22 in the third before Lawton took a 39-32 lead after three quarters. 

Liberal had no answer for 6' Alicia Caddy who scored 18. 

Justice Norah scored nine. 

Liberal is 1-1 and hosts 2-2 Bartlesville at 5 p.m. on Talkradio 1270 and Windjammer Channel 9. 

Bartlesville beat Garden City 54-46 Friday afternoon in the Big House.

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