The Skyline varsity girls basketball team is a step closer to finishing out area play with a perfect record.

The Class 2A No. 2-ranked Vikings drained 12 3-pointers on the way to a 62-18 win at rival Woodville Thursday night.

Skyline (17-2, 5-0), which has already clinched the regular-season area title and will host next month’s area tournament, hit seven 3-pointers before it made a 2-point shot and shot 48 3-pointers for the game.

“We’ve got to do that,” said Skyline coach Ronnie McCarver. “We’re so small, so when we play taller girls, we’ve got to do that. If they play us man, it’s hard for them to stay in front of us. If its zone, we’re shooting at lot of 3s. That’s the style we need to play.

Skyline hit five 3-pointers while building a 15-9 advantage after one quarter. The Vikings then hit six more treys in the second quarter to enjoy a 40-11 halftime lead. 

Aidan Bellomy sank six 3-pointers and finished with 20 points for Skyline. Bailee Usrey hit four 3-pointers and totaled 16 points, six rebounds and four steals, Gracie Stucky had 16 points, eight rebounds, four assists and three steals and Alli McAllister had eight rebounds.

Tia Edwards and Courtney Williams scored six points each for Woodville (5-14, 1-3) while Jessica Sirten had four.

Brindlee Mountain 53, Woodville 20 — At Woodville, the Panthers’ could not recover from Brindlee Mountain’s fast start during a day game at WHS on Wednesday.

Brindlee Mountain jumped in front 20-8 after one quarter and led 34-14 at halftime and 38-18 after three quarters.

Tia Edwards scored 10 points for Woodville, which also got four from Jessica Sirten and three from Lizzie Torres. Kyleigh Wilks led Brindlee Mountain (5-9) with 19 points.

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