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Field goals: 10 Free-throws: 4 -8 (50.0%)
Sky View totals
Field goals: 22 Free-throws: 8 -14 (57.1%)
The top-ranked Bobcats earned a win against the Colts in the first-round of the 4A tournament behind the second-half performance of junior Amy Andrus. The forward scored 19 points and compiled two blocked shots and two steals in leading Sky View to a win.
The Colts tried to stall in an effort to keep the score close, but the Bobcats' full-court press forced turnovers and Sky View capitalized on most of those opportunities.
Kelsey Naylor added 10 points and two steals, while Nicole Hansen had five rebounds, five assists and three steals in the win.
The Colts were led by Fehi Fakailoatonga, who scored eight points and grabbed five rebounds, while Angie Scwartz added seven points, four rebounds and two assists.
The win means Sky View will play Payson on Wednesday in the quarterfinals.
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