For the fourth time this season, freshman Hannah Outlaw registered a double-double consisting of 13 points and 11 rebounds, boosting the Constantine girls basketball team to a 44-28 home win over Southwestern Athletic Conference foe Lawton.
Outlaw also had three steals for the Falcons, who improved to 5-8 overall and 4-5 in the SAC Valley Division. Lawton is now 7-8 overall and 2-7 in the Valley.
Mackenzi Dobosiewicz added nine points, six boards and two steals for the Falcons, Hannah Ley contributed nine points, two blocks and four rebounds, and Kiara Price finished with six points.
“Mackenzi Dobosiewicz is the driving force for our team right now,” Constantine coach Rachel Schlosser said. “Her basketball IQ, court vision and leadership is what is getting our team to come together and work for 32 minutes. She is a special kid, a tremendous leader and an outstanding teammate and example. Hannah Outlaw has been extremely impressive in her freshman season.
“e are starting to play to our potential and its exciting to see the girls work together for 32 minutes. We cant always control our offense; but we can always control our defense. and since the girls have bought into this concept, we have been more successful.”