High school boys basketball: Sky View takes the 4A championship with a 56-50 win over Mountain Crest
Other big contributors for the Bobcats were Matt Dewey, who scored 13 points on 5-7 shooting and collected nine rebounds along with Ty Nielsen who finished with nine points and a team-high four assists.
Following the game, the Sky View contingent went berserk with its celebration, but Moore was mindful to migrate over to a devastated Mountain Crest side. Despite the bitter rivalry, the tournament MVP empathized with what they were going through and made sure to console each player.
“Mountain Crest is a great team and I have so much respect for the players there,” Moore said. “That could have been us over there and I wanted to let them know they needed to keep their heads up, be proud and that they had bright futures.”
4A All-Tournament Team
MVP — Jalen Moore, Sky View
Tyler Brimhall, Logan
Tyler Crosbie, Mountain Crest
Faimafili Laulu-Pututau, Mountain Crest
Sam Merrill, Bountiful
Ty Nielsen, Sky View
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