Lady Outlaws basketball 2020-21 season

Back row (from left: Kadence Chavez, Brooklyn Larson, Britney Larson, Brooke Palmer, McKenzie Earl, Jessie Jerome, Ali Edwards, Kaylee Hooper, Shania Scheel, Allie Skidgel, Jessa Mikesell, Emma Griffiths, Kaydence Lopez

Front row (from left): Ryann Smith, Morgan Lonn, Kayli Phipps, Carlee Scheel, Adriana Ochoa, Tania Beltran, Mya Jesse

Not pictured: Mya Archuleta, Emilee Mikesell, Reggi Conley-Hellman, Isabel Perez

The Rawlins High School girls basketball team has some unfinished business to attend to. After their 2019-2020 season was left unsettled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Lady Outlaws are ready to prove to the state they aren’t to be overlooked.

To say head coach Katie Cline is ready to get back on the court after the holidays would be an understatement. She knows she has a talented squad and is ready to put all the pieces together against the best teams in the state. Leading up to the holidays, Cline got just a glimpse of what her team is capable of.

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