High school boys basketball: Roy picks up huge region win behind star center Brekkott Chapman
With 7:02 in the fourth, Sky View took its first lead since 2-0 when Moore hammered home a two-handed putback dunk for a 51-49 advantage.
Moore tallied a game-high 29 points and Ty Nielsen added 14 points for the Bobcats.
With the game tied at 58-58 with three minutes and a few seconds remaining, Jackson followed a miss with a one-handed acrobatic tip-in. Then, after Moore hit two free throws, Roy went on a 7-0 run highlighted by Jackson’s baseline jumper at 2:17.
“If you’ve got four guys in double figures then you’re going to be tough to beat,” McClure said. “Really more than just total points it was times when they scored — they hit some big shots.”
A straightaway banked 3-pointer by Nielsen gave Sky View a chance, but Moore's potential game-tying trey bounced twice on the cylinder and rimmed out.
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