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November 25, 2013

Lakers lay beatdown on Butler

Women run away to 108-35 slaughter; men win by 41 points, 85-44

MCHENRY — Garrett put up its highest point total of the young season Monday afternoon, reaching triple digits to drop Butler 108-35 behind five players in double figures.

Amber Smith scored 21 points and Kristyn Wilson added 20 more to lead the Lakers to the 73-point win. Ayana Vaughn finished with 16 points, Tiara Washington came up with 13 points and Anamaria Skaro added 12 more. Aleia Biggers-Dewitt contributed nine points.

The Lakers got out to a 47-23 advantage at halftime before outscored Butler 61-12 over the final 20 minutes.

Shelby Johnson had all but nine of her team’s output in the loss, finishing with 26 points. Only three players scored for Butler.

Garrett (5-3) plays Wednesday, Dec. 4, 5:30, when it hosts Hagerstown.

Mens

Garrett    85

Butler    44


MCHENRY — Garrett’s men improved to 5-2 on Monday night with earning a victory over Butler.

Garrett was rebounding the ball at an excellent pace with 43 boards as a team, and with Frank Holloway leading the way with nine rebounds himself. Adding to the nine rebounds, Holloway was the leading scorer for the Lakers with 20 points.

Garrett was passing the ball as well leading to those 85 points scored with 18 assists.

“Butler plays hard but just doesn’t have the talent we have,” Coach Dennis Gibson said. “We played everyone early and bench played well and was a good way to end the break.”

Garrett looks forward to build on the success from Monday night and carry it on the road when they play at Hagerstown on Dec. 4.

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