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Skyline High School Boys Varsity Basketball beat Pioneer High School 74-72

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Friday, February 10, 2017

7:00 PM

Skyline High School
AWAY
74

Pioneer High School
HOME
72

Game Recap

Skyline finished the regular season 4-0 vs Ann Arbor competition with a 74-72 win in OT against Pioneer! Skyline got out to an early lead and Pioneer closed the gap to finish the first quarter with a Skyline 14-13 lead. Pioneer took the lead in the 2nd quarter and Skyline was able to finish the 2nd quarter strong to draw within one down 33-32. Skyline was not aggressive enough overall in the first half and had to refocus going into the 2nd half. The 2nd half was a back and forth battle. Skyline was able to take a late lead in the fourth only to have Pioneer tie it up. Pioneer had the ball in a tie game 61-61 with one minute left and held the ball until the last driving shot by Murray missed and Skyline got the rebound and missed a long 3/4 court shot. In OT, Skyline scored the first 4 points on great plays by Brandon Wade and was able to make freethrows to withstand big shots hit by Pioneer to hold onto a 74-72 OT WIN! Brandon Wade finished with 24 points and 9 assists. Jack Ammerman hit huge shots to finish with 22 points and 8 rebounds. Kayron Rodgers almost had a double-double with 8 points and 9 rebounds. Ryan Wade added 11 points, Christian Knox and Darius Hall had 4 points and Dan Black 1 point and 4 rebounds. Pioneer was led by Deric Murray with 23 points, Jordan Currie 19 points and Drew Lowder 13 points. Skyline hosts Saline next Friday 2/17 to try and win the SEC RED conference outright on that night.

Box Scores

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OT1
Skyline
14

18

16

13

13

Pioneer
13

20

15

13

11

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