Kadin

Rawlins senior Kadin Forney celebrates a victory over Wheatland last Saturday at home. The Outlaws finished up their last game of the regular season during Friday’s game against Torrington.

RAWLINS – In a makeup game originally scheduled for Feb. 7, Rawlins boys basketball managed to best an inconsistent Douglas team 64-60 on Wednesday at home.

Douglas (8-14, 3-2), however, a team which sits in second place in 3A Northeast, is nothing to sleep on. Rawlins coach Denver Allard agrees.

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