High School Sports
- Scores & Schedule
Field goals: 12 Free-throws: 14 -25 (56.0%)
Sky View totals
Field goals: 21 Free-throws: 8 -23 (34.8%)
The Bobcats looked ready to defend their 4A title as they ran away with their first victory of the season against defending 5A champion Skyline. Sky View was led by Kelsey Naylor, who scored 12 points, Amy Andrus, who added 11 points, and Aubry Boehme and Nichole Hansen, who finished with 10 points each in the win. Hannah Bezdjian led the Eagles with 11 points, while Julie Hanks added nine points in the loss.
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