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Skyview girls go cold in fourth quarter in a 47-34 loss to Lake Stevens in 4A state playoff

By Tim Martinez, Columbian Assistant Sports Editor
Published: February 23, 2024, 7:54pm

The Skyview girls basketball team went cold in the fourth quarter, allowing Lake Stevens to pull away for a 47-34 win in a Class 4A state opening-round game Friday in Arlington.

With the loss, the Storm saw their season come to an end at 15-10.

No. 9 seed Lake Stevens never trailed after taking an early 5-2 lead.

But every time the Vikings looked to pull away, No. 16 Skyview would rally to make it close, getting with 22-19 by halftime.

Lake Stevens opened the third quarter with a 13-4 run to lead 35-23. But the Storm got within 39-33 early in the fourth quarter on a basket by Charlotte Baker to open the fourth.

But that would be the Storm’s final basket of the game.

Kiera Parks led a balanced attack by Skyview with nine points. Watson had eight points, and Taryah Hamstreet added seven.


SKYVIEW — Brooke Riley 1, Lainey Phillips 2, Samantha Groesbeck 1, Charlotte Baker 2, Cameron Watson 8,
Taryah Hamstreet 7, Kiera Parks 9, Brynlee Williams 4, Elan Estes 0. Totals 12 (2) 8-18 34.

LAKE STEVENS — Griffyn Eyman 2, Tessa Anastasi 5, Addy Baker 0, Kamryn Wenz 0, Kendel Kuehl 5, Keira Tupua 14, Nisa Ellis 10, Noelani Tupua 4. Totals 20 (3) 4-9 47.

Skyview 10 9 12 3—34

Lake Stevens 15 7 17 8—47