The Skyhawks lost their second game of the week on Saturday against Malcolm X 59-64, but the seeds were planted for big things to come. Coming off a disappointing game on Wednesday, the Skyhawks even short handed ( three players could not make the game due to weather conditions) gave the rival Hawks everything they wanted and had two chances in the last two minutes to take the lead. It was the kind of effort and focus that wins are built on and leading the way for the short handed Skyhawks was Sophomore guard Kayleen Terrock 27 pts. and 9 rebounds. Also in double figures with 12 pts.each were Bailey Schradrer and Morgan Dean.
The Skyhawks are back in action on Tuesday as they go on the road to take on nationally ranked Rock Valley College. Go Skyhawks!
- 1:00 p.m.
- at Malcolm X
- L 59-64