Featured Picture from left to right: Grant Union Prospectors, Nevaeh James, and Enterprise Outlaws Rilyn Kirkland.
FINAL RESULT Ladies: JV 36-42 (L) – Varsity 53-39 (W)
FINAL RESULT Boys: JV 28-12 (W) – Varsity 60-55 (W)
Two games away from the end of the 2021/2022 2A Blue Mountain Conference season, the Enterprise Outlaws JV and Varsity teams faced the Grant Union Prospectors at home on Quinn Court. The JV girls ended up with a loss, finishing the game 36-42. The Outlaws JV boys who dominated the game throughout finished their fourth-quarter 24-12. The Outlaws Varsity ladies entered the game as third in the league. Just as the JV team, the Varsity ladies dominated the game throughout. They will meet their next opponent Pilot Rock, on Rockets home turf.
- 1st quarter: 19-4
- 2nd quarter: 27-13
- 3rd quarter: 39-29
- Final Score: 53-39
The last game for the night turned into a thriller. The Outlaws boys ended their first quarter being one point behind the Prospectors, 14-15. By halftime, the lead expanded for the Prospectors to 20-26. Hoping to regain the lead during the 3rd quarter the Outlaws fell behind further to 32-48. Everything started to change in the fourth. While the boys regrouped and fought every inch on the court for more points, the home crowd got louder with every basket in favor of the Outlaws. When the buzzer went off, the final score was in favor of the Outlaws finishing with a score of 60-55.
- 1st quarter: 14-15
- 2nd quarter: 20-26
- 3rd quarter: 32-48
- Final Score: 60-55
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