Auburn Mounainview’s Kaliyah Wicks (20), Emily Kickner (32) and Taylor Flores (1) battle to pull the ball away from Tahoma’s Ashlyn Hohn during season-opening girls basketball action Tuesday night. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

Auburn Mounainview’s Kaliyah Wicks (20), Emily Kickner (32) and Taylor Flores (1) battle to pull the ball away from Tahoma’s Ashlyn Hohn during season-opening girls basketball action Tuesday night. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

Up for grabs: Lions take opener

Flores sisters lead Auburn Mountainview past Tahoma

  • Wednesday, November 29, 2017 11:53am
  • Sports

The Flores force directed Auburn Mountainview to a 57-38 season-opening girls basketball victory over Tahoma on Tuesday night.

Hayley Flores scored 18 points and Taylor Flores had 16 to lead the Lions beat the visiting Bears 57-38 in a North Puget Sound League cross-divisional game.

Kaliyah Wicks added seven points and Sydney Carter had five for the Lions.

More in Sports

Lions put up a fight but fall to Vikings in semifinals

Auburn Riverside scrambles back to earn state berth; Trojans meet elimination

Bella Mia Heads $50,000 Seattle Stakes

First of 29 stakes goes to the post Sunday

Mighty Moe, Provo lead Lions contingent at league finals

Top finishers move on to district championships

Vikings welcome Ravens’ Heilborn, Maracich

Stars part of Western Washington’s 2018 recruiting class

Auburn Riverside leads all-league selections

Larson chosen MVP; Saarenas earns top coach honors

District softball playoffs open this weekend

Auburn takes on Auburn Riverside and Auburn Mountainview opens against Bellarmine Prep… Continue reading

Barkley edges Mach One Rules in early meet showdown

5-year-old Kentucky-bred takes prep for the $50,000 Governor’s Stakes

Youth served in the fast lane

Boys, girls race responsibly through Junior Dragster program; teams come out to honor Mark Lyle, beloved NHRA chief starter | PHOTOS

Lions, others step it up in All-City showcase

Murphy, Alfrey, sprint relay excel for Auburn Mountainview; Ravens’ Robinson, Sutrick, Mpouli shine; Troy’s Thareek triples

Most Read