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Prep Basketball Roundup: Skyview girls get past Prairie, 64-58

Maddie Hendricks has 21 points, 16 rebounds


The Skyview girls basketball team cranked up the tempo and chased down a 4A/3A Greater St. Helens League home win.

The Storm beat Prairie 64-58 on Tuesday, thanks in part to scoring in transition.

“We finally started moving,” Skyview coach Brett Johnson said. “They got out on the run. I’ve tried to tell them we’re a faster team than they’ve been in the past.”

Maddie Hendricks had 21 points and 16 rebounds to lead the Storm (3-2). Jordan Hallett added 15 points and Rowyn Riley had 10.

Claire Heitschmidt scored 22 points for Prairie (3-2), which closed strong after trailing 55-42 after three quarters.

CAMAS 85, MOUNTAIN VIEW 39 — Freshman Reagan Jamison scored 16 points to lead four Papermakers in double figures.

Fellow freshman Addison Harris had 14 points and 14 rebounds as Camas improved to 5-0.

Lauren Coop scored 17 points to lead Mountain View (1-4).

Boys basketball

SKYVIEW 49, PRAIRIE 42 — Colton Looney scored 14 points and the Storm were stout on defense to earn a road win.

Squeeky Johnson and Mehkai Brooks each added 13 points for Skyview (3-2).

The Storm took a 33-23 lead by holding Prairie to three points in the third quarter.

Cody Gardner scored 12 points to lead Prairie (3-2).

UNION 81, EVERGREEN 49 — Ariya Briscoe and Bryson Metz each scored 21 points as the Titans continued their torrid start.

Kaden Horn added 20 points for Union (5-0), which has outscored its opponents by an average of 78-51.

Union had more 3-pointers (10) than turnovers (8).

Robert Lawrence scored 10 points to lead Evergreen (2-3).

MOSSYROCK 64, FIRM FOUNDATION 42 — Joshua Holmgren scored 23 points in the Eagles’ non-league season opener.

Gunner Mulligan led Mossyrock with 28 points.

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