After winning their first three road games, the Enid Outlaws (4-0) got a chance to play in front of home fans. And they wasted little time putting their talents on display. The Outlaws broke out to a 39-11first quarter lead over the visiting Lewisville Leopards (1-3)and never looked back.

Six different players scored in double figures, led by Chance Comanche who finished the contest with 43 points. Wayne Runnels finished with 25 points. Charlie Marquardt had 24 points, including six three’s. Omega Harris had 17 points with five three point buckets. Kyle Stewart had 13 points and Lindy Waters added 10 points. For the contest, all nine players suited scored for Enid.

Lewisville’s Chase Winchester finished the game with 19 points for the Leopards. Post player Austin Weiher added 15 for the visitors.

Outlaws coach Ed Coach stated, “Things are coming together for us. After a tough road trip to Houston, this was a nice home win for us. I loved our intensity, but we need to just keep building and learning from each game. We are working on a team goal.”

Enid returns to action on April 23rd at the Stride Bank Center against Omaha Finest.