Addie MacPherson scored the go-ahead basket with 33 seconds to play to lead the Skyview girls basketball team to a 56-51 come-from-behind win over Camas, clinching the 4A Greater St. Helens League title for the Storm.
The win improved Skyview to 7-0 in 4A GSHL with one league game to play. Union is in second place at 5-2.
As the No. 1 seed from the 4A GSHL, Skyview will host a first-round game in the 4A bi-district tournament on Thursday, Feb. 13.
Camas fell to 4-3 in league. The Papermakers are still in the hunt for the No. 2 seed.
If Camas beats last-place Battle Ground on Wednesday, and Union falls to Skyview, Camas and Union will tie for second. A tiebreaker game would be played Friday with the winner getting the No. 2 seed to bi-district and the loser getting the No. 3 seed.
The No. 3 seed would have to go to play-in game to reach the bi-district tournament.
After Skyview led 13-7 after one quarter, Camas took a 38-35 into the final period.
The Papermakers stretch their lead to seven points before the Storm rallied.
Kazz Parks hit a free throw to tie the game 51-51 with about a minute to play.
Then Parks got the steal on the defensive and fed MacPherson for the fast-break lay-up to put Skyview up 53-51.
The Storm then sealed the win from the free-throw line.
Parks led Skyview with 21 points and MacPherson added 12. Faith Bergstrom led Camas with 17 points and Emily Rehrer scored 14.
SKYVIEW 56, CAMAS 51
CAMAS — Haylie Johnson 6, Emily Rehrer 14, Katelynn Forner 0, Emma Sanz 0, Anna Mooney 3, Avery Minich 4, Faith Bergstrom 17, Jalena Carlisle 4, Kyra Seggewiss 0, Ashley Bauer 3. Totals 20 (4) 7-17 51.
SKYVIEW — Addie MacPherson 12, Mikelle Anthony 8, Alexis Perez 0, Maddie Hendricks 5, Ava Harmon 0, Avery Wilson 0, Skylar Groesbeck 4, Kazz Parks 21, Emily Norton 4, Jordan Labrador-Hallett 2. Totals 15 (6) 20-30 56.
Camas 7 16 15 13–51
Skyview 13 10 12 21—56