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
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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.

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