Arms race: Auburn Mountainview and Auburn Riverside players battle for the ball during NPSL Olympic Division play Thursday night in the Lions den. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

Arms race: Auburn Mountainview and Auburn Riverside players battle for the ball during NPSL Olympic Division play Thursday night in the Lions den. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

Lions put away Ravens 56-39

Taylor Flores leads the way for 6-2 Auburn Mountainview

  • Friday, December 15, 2017 9:56am
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Taylor Flores scored 14 points to lead Auburn Mountainview past Auburn Riverside 56-39 in a North Puget Sound League Olympic Division girls basketball game Thursday night.

The Lions improved to 3-1 in the division, 6-2 overall. The Ravens dropped to 0-4 and 0-6.

Hayley Flores and Jenna Lacey each had nine points, Kaliyah Wicks finished with eight and Sydney Carter scored 7 points for the Lions.

Autumn Lee and Carol Chikusa each had 12 points to lead the Ravens.

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