Fort Osage’s Skylar Thompson tried to squeeze between Jakobi Buchanan (left) and Andre Whitley II of Chaminade on Saturday.
Fort Osage’s Skylar Thompson tried to squeeze between Jakobi Buchanan (left) and Andre Whitley II of Chaminade on Saturday. Brian Davidson Special to the Star
Fort Osage’s Skylar Thompson tried to squeeze between Jakobi Buchanan (left) and Andre Whitley II of Chaminade on Saturday. Brian Davidson Special to the Star

Skylar Thompson helps Fort Osage rout Chaminade 63-28 in title game

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