Cross country season begins

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READY TO RUNComing back from two strong seasons in 2013, the Marlow cross-country teams will be looking to make some more noise in 2014.
The girls were state runner-up last year, while the boys placed fourth in Class 3A.
Head coach Mikey Eaves likes the direction his team is heading.

Lady Outlaws go 4-2 at tourney

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HEADING TO THIRDThe Marlow softball team went 4-2 at a three-day tournament hosted by Tuttle at Shawnee last week.
The two losses were the first of the young season for Marlow, which dropped to 6-2 overall, but head coach Brian Miller was not too concerned with the losses.

Outlaws, Bronchos, and Donkeys prepare for season

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GETTING READYIt was time to get to work for area football teams Monday as the first official day of fall practice kicked off.
The teams are in shorts and helmets until Friday when they can go full pads.
The Marlow Review caught up with the head coaches after the first two days of practice.

Lady Outlaws eye return trip to state

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“Expectations are high,” is a common phrase heard every year as sports seasons approach. Even though it may be overused at times, there is no doubt it applies to the 2014 Marlow softball team.

Lightner enjoys opportunity to return home

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Michael Lightner is just one of a handful of former Marlow Outlaw athletes who can say they are featured in the school’s trophy case at the high school basketball gym.
“I don’t know if I deserve to be in there with those other people,” Lightner said. “I take a lot of pride in being an Outlaw. I can say it’s an honor.”