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Despite the game's score, Shelton shot above 40 percent, but Leth said the team needs to get more shots up. "We would like to be around 60 shots a game," he said. He attributed part of the team's difficulties to its mental state. Leth said that most coaches would agree, if asked, that win- ter break is not just a break from school. "The players sometimes take a break. We need to be more fo- cused and ready to work when we walk into the Mini Dome (next week)," Leth said. Seniors Taylor Stroud and Jordan Leach led the Lady Highclimbers with six points each. Senior Cheyenne Over- lin and junior Jessica John- son contributed four points apiece. Finally, senior Kassy Slone, Journal photo by Emily Hanson On her way to the hoop, Shelton senior Jordan Leach holds off Aberdeen sophomore Erin Kuhn on Saturday during the Lady Highclimbers' game at Aberdeen. junior Twana Machado and soph- omores Ella Pinter and Aurora Gouley scored two points each. The Lady Highclimbers (2-4) will play next at 7 p.m. tomor- row at Timberline. Athlete of the Week Basketball keeps MMK senior involved By EMILY HANSON emily@masoncounty.com As a Running Start student, Ashley Kiliz isn't at Mary M. Knight High School as much as she used to be. Before this year, she'd spent five years in the Skills USA club, two years in ASB, one year in FFA and seven years in class government. But taking class- es at South Puget Sound Com- muni- ty Col- Kiliz lege in Olym- pia has taken so much time that she hasn't been involved the 'way she used to be. That's why she's glad she's playing basketball for the Knight Owls. "I get to be around people. (here) again," Kiliz said with a smile. She started playing basketball as a first- grader with encourage- ment from her parents. "I like basketball be- cause it's a team," she 00I"HLETE Ashley Kiliz School: Mary M. Knight High School Winter sporL" Girls' bowling Favorite number. 14 Favorite food: Artichoke Favorite season: Fall Role model outside of parents: "My aunt Maggie, because she is always a self-starter and she went far in life." said. "To me, you have to put more effort into it because it's a team sport." Unlike a lot of ath- letes who go through a series of coaches as they age, Kiliz has been under the direction of Mary M. Knight head girls' basketball coach Lance Valley her entire basketball career. "I think we all have enormous respect for Coach Valley and we've all been with the same group of girls," Kiliz said. "It's helped us to build as a family in- stead of a team." Although she played volleyball the past three years, Kiliz gave that sport up for Running Start this year. Through Running Start, Kiliz is working toward an Associate of Arts degree and hopes to transfer to a four- year university. "I'm debating earning a bachelor's or master's degree in marketing," Kiliz said. She said her interest in marketing lies in the income potential. "I'd like to always be financially set," she said. Although Kiliz said finished with school and working a steady job. She said she's de- bated her entire life whether she wants to live in Matlock. "I think it will de- pend on where I go to college and where I go with my life," Kiliz said. "I have so much family in Matlock, I can't imagine going Knight 000,00ls play best game so far "The starting five played well (Saturday). I was pleased with their effort," By EMILY HANSON emily@masoncounty.com Although the Mary M. Knight boys' basketball team lost both its games at the North Beach Tour- nament last weekend, the team played its best game of the season so far. Saturday night, Forks defeated Mary M. Knight 42-39 in the Knight Owls' best game this season. "The starting five played well (Saturday)," head coach Joclin Jul- mist said. "I was pleased with their effort." The Knight Owls took an early lead against Forks, and led 16-12 go- ing into halftime. Forks picked up the pace in the second half, outscoring Mary M. Knight 14-6 in the third quarter to take a 26-22 lead before putting the Knight Owls away in the fourth quarter. Austin Thompson led the Knight Owls with 17 points, seven rebounds, one steal and two as- sists. Thaddeus Beste and James Anderson scored six points each, while Anderson also had two steals and four rebounds, and handed out three as- sists. Paul Werly contrib- uted five points with four rebounds and three as- sists, and Adam Pals put up four points with three rebounds and one assist. "Matthew Thompson came in and played great defense and grabbed three rebounds and had one assist," Julmist said. "Beste played great help defense." The game came the night after North Beach dominated Mary M. Knight 52-5. Matthew Thomp- son scored three points, while Austin Thompson added two points. 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