MORGAN -- It's been more than 10 years since Morgan's girls basketball team lost three games in a row. But the Trojans reached that dubious milestone Thursday night with a heartbreaking 60-59 loss to Sky View.
After losing on a 3-pointer at the buzzer to Roy on Tuesday, the Trojans dropped another close one, this time to the Bobcats when Tara Goldman hit the game-winning layup with one second left.
For the second straight game, the Trojans let a double-digit second-half lead slip away, and the Bobcats were happy to take advantage.
"The girls just never gave up on themselves," Sky View coach Kimber Hall said. "That's the neat thing about this team, they always feel like they can win."
With 14.7 seconds to play, Morgan sophomore Rashel Blazzard had a chance to possibly ice the game for the Trojans, but she missed the front end of a one-and-one -- spoiling what was otherwise a terrific game for her.
The Bobcats came away with the rebound off the missed free throw and were hoping to somehow get the ball to Goldman, who had a game-high 22 points. They just didn't dream she'd be wide open underneath the basket.
"We were trying to get the ball over to the other side with Maddie Day going through a double screen," Hall said. "But that didn't work out, so she gave it to Dannika (Webb), who got it to Tara. They left her alone. There was nobody on her."
Sky View (5-0) outscored Morgan 23-18 in the final quarter, including 10 points from unheralded center Aimee Green, who is better-known for her defense.
"She's not a scorer," Hall said. "But she didn't miss in that fourth quarter."
Day contributed 17 points for the Bobcats and Webb had nine.
McKenzie Schenk topped Morgan (2-3) with 16 points, while Kelsey Henry added 15. Blazzard finished with 12 points and Shaylie Duncan had eight for the Trojans, who again struggled with their free throws, hitting just 8-of-17 from the line.
* JUAN DIEGO 51, FREMONT 35: At Garland,
Juan Diego broke ahead after a tight first half and sent the Silver Wolves to defeat in the Lady Bear Classic.
Fremont was outscored 32-15 after halftime. Monique Mills and Julia Colosimo scored a dozen each for the Eagles.
Dusty Kimber scored 17 points for Fremont.
* WEBER 71, EMERY 29: At Garland, the Warriors put five players in double figures in their Lady Bear Classic opener.
Chantil Martin scored 15, Cheyenne Tanner added 14 and Erica Olpin added 13 for the Warrirs. Erin Reichle hadd 11 and Shaylee Crowton chipped in with 10.
* DAVIS 49, ROY 37: At Kaysville, the Darts turned a 16-3 start in the first period into a rugged win over the visiting Royals.
Jessica Richardson score 27 points with 10 field goals and a 7-for-13 effort at the fould line. Courtney Hurst added a pair of 3-pointers for Davis.
Roy's Kaitlyn Hurley had 10 points, but Roy had just 10 field goals on the night.
* SYRACUSE 79, MOUNTAIN CREST 51: At Hyrum, the Titans picked up their third road win of the young season. Syracuse outscored their opponent 49-25 in the middle two quarters.
Brittney Martin scored 23 points, Makenlee Williams added 19, Abby Call had 17 and Jayda Bovero chipped in with nine points for Syracuse.
Kaylee Kartchner led Mountain Crest with 21 points; Emily Moore and McKenzie Anderson had nine points apiece.
* BEN LOMOND 49, WEST 42: At Salt Lake City, patience paid off for the Scots, who finally snagged their first victory.
Taylor Hughes scored 21 points, Jordan Valdez nailed four 3-pointers and finished with 15 points, and Leanza Driscoll chipped in with five points and seven rebounds.
The Scots jumped out to a 14-5 lead, and held an eight-point edge at halftime. But the Panthers roared back to even things up.
Ben Lomond built an edge early in the fourth, then turned its four-corner offense into a bunch of easy baskets to close out the game.