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Ketchum's 23 points lead Billings Skyview past Billings Senior

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Posted at 9:46 PM, Feb 16, 2021

BILLINGS -- The Billings Skyview Falcons showcase a lot of dangerous boys basketball players. Camron Ketchum just happened to do much of the damage in Tuesday night's 72-45 win at Billings Senior.

Ketchum connected for 23 points, including the Falcons' first 3-pointer of the game and their first of the third quarter -- a high-arcing shot with a hand in his face that bounced around the rim before falling through the net. He could only laugh on his way back down the court.

"We like to get it going on defense and get us in transition," Ketchum told MTN Sports. "We just find our open shooters and trust that any of us can knock it down."

After the Broncs struck first to open the game, Skyview answered with a quick 10-0 run and led 19-14 after one. The Falcons increased it to 41-28 at halftime before putting it away with a 63-37 lead after three.

The win gives Skyview a 4-0 record against crosstown teams this season.

Ky Kouba scored 16 points for the Falcons followed by Payton Sanders with 14.

Junior Bergen led Senior with 14. Liam Romie added 11 points.

The Broncs travel to Billings West for a 7 p.m. game on Thursday. Skyview's next action is a home game Saturday against Belgrade.