February 11, 2022 |

#3 Rawlins won a thriller on the road at Lyman last night. In a see-saw battle with the Eagles, unforced turnovers and free throws proved to be the deciding factors. Down by three with 1:01 left, the Outlaws hung in for the win. Lorenzo Johannson hit nothing but net on four clutch free throws with less than 30 seconds to give the Rawlins the lead.

Cullen Holt delivered the calm, cool and collected game calls on KNYN Fort Bridger as the Outlaws held on for the win.

The Outlaws went into half-time up 24-20. The Eagles came out of the break on fire and got up by four. Rawlins used a lot of back court pressure to tie it at 34 apiece going into the fourth. The two teams battled toe-to-toe to the end. It was Rawlins coming home with the big 48-47 win

1A Basketball on Saturday
#3 Saratoga at Farson-Eden, 7 p.m.
Encampment at #4 Cokeville, 7 p.m.
Both of those are conference games.

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