The Skyview girls basketball team lit up the scoreboard in the first quarter and filled up the stat sheet all game Wednesday night.
A double-double here. A double-double there.
More rebounds over there.
A scattering of points. Blocked shots.
The Storm had it going on in their first game in a week, beating Union 53-37 in a Class 4A Greater St. Helens League girls basketball game.
“It’s fun to see everyone have good games,” said Riley Friauf, who had 10 points and 10 rebounds. “Different people are stars every game. We work really well together.”
Ashlee Comastro led Skyview with 13 points. She also had 11 rebounds and four blocked shots.
Hanna Van Nortwick scored 10 points. Sydney Friauf and Maddie Lord each had nine points. Oh, and Lord led the team with 13 rebounds — giving three Skyview players in double figures in that category.
“It’s a pride thing,” Skyview coach Jennifer Buscher said. “It’s a battle of the boards. One of the little things that does not get a lot of praise or attention but it’s such an important part of the game.”