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Skyline High School Girls Varsity Basketball beat Multiple Opponents 59-38

Saturday, December 12, 2015 12:00 AM Multiple Opponents AWAY 38 Skyline High School HOME 59 Game Recap Barrett Jessop 12 points and 5 rebounds. Sarah Trela- Hoskins 12 points and Madison Grange 12 points. Box Scores 1 2 3 4 Multiple Opponents – 15 – 23 Skyline – 36 – 23

Skyline High School Girls Varsity Basketball falls to Alta High School 56-71

Friday, December 4, 2015 7:00 PM Alta High School AWAY 71 Skyline High School HOME 56 Game Recap Madison Grange scored 21 points, grabbed 6 rebounds and had 5 steals. Cameron Mooney grabbed 7 boards and had 11 points. Sarah Trela-Hoskins scored 12 points and went 4/4 from the line. Box Scores 1 2 3

Las Vegas Invitational Tournament

The Lady Eagles headed down south to Las Vegas Thursday December 10th to play in a 3 day, 4 game tournament at Bishop Gorman High School. Skyline first faced Liberty High School from Henderson NV. It was a back and forth game, and Skyline had the 2 point lead at half time. With 4 minutes

Girls Basketball Spreads Holiday Cheer

Only a couple of hours after practice on Monday December 7th, the Skyline girls basketball team headed to the Road Home Shelter in Midvale, UT. There they enthusiastically helped children ages 3-10 years old build Gingerbread Houses. The sound of laughter and feelings of excitement filled the air as children and players worked together to

Skyline’s Holly Daugirda Named NSCA State Player of the Year

The National Soccer Coaches Association of America has selected Skyline’s Holly Daugirda as the State Player of the Year.  It is significant to be recognized in this manner as many of the players in this year’s NCAA Women’s College Cup and on the United States National Team were previous state players of the year. Congratulations Holly for this well-deserved

Skyline boys basketball team defeats Wasatch 58-54

In their home opener on Tuesday night the Skyline boys basketball team battled back in the 2nd half to upend Wasatch 58-54. Senior Austin Stevenson put on an offensive show hitting 8 three-point shots on his way to 37 points, including a very long buzzer-beater at the end of the 3rd quarter. Senior Matt Burbank