Skyview announced its Twirp royalty Nov. 22. Chosen as queen was Aundrea Morales, daughter of Theresa and David Morales. Matthew Bigelow, son of Lisa and Steve Bigelow, was chosen as king.
The 2014 "War of the Walls" winner has been accidentally whitewashed.
Skyview's Erika Murray, 10, looks to pass as Central's Melissa Koerber, 55, defends in their game at Central in Billings Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014.
Central's Allie Lucas, 3, looks to pass as Skyview's Morgan Webster, 5, defends in their game at Central in Billings Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014.
Skyview's Hailey Copinga, 22, passes the ball in their game at Central in Billings Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014.
Skyview's Ronnie Harris, 14, passes the ball as Central's Erika Kuehn, 22, defends in their game at Central in Billings Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014.
Billings Central's Erika Kuehn, 22, shoots as Skyview's Hailey Copinga, 22, defends in their game at Central in Billings Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014.
Central’s Justyn Juhl drives into heavy traffic against Billings Skyview during their game on Thursday.
Billings Central’s Allie Lucas looks to pass as Skyview’s Erika Murray defends during their game at the Nelles Activities Center on Thursday. Central beat Skyview, 49-39.
Central’s Bryce Hawbaker (22) brings the ball up court as Skyview’s Kendal Manuel defends on Friday.
Skyview High players rehearse “The Wallflowers,” one of three one-acts set for performance Friday at 7 p.m.
The Skyview theater showcase on Friday includes Madison Aguilar and Keenan Chapman, who are featured in “507.”
Drama students Cruz Alderete and McKenzie Pirami are featured in the one-act play “Circuits” at Skyview High School.
Billings Skyview senior Matt Dillon works out in the Falcons’ wrestling room earlier this week. The two-time state placer is 30-0 this season at 182 pounds.
Skyview FCCLA adviser Cindy Bergum talks about the club’s achievements over the past year.
Skyview FCCLA members Michaela Christianson, left, and Christian O’Loughlin talk about the club Friday.
Skyview FCCLA members, from left, Shelby Staples, Sarah Arenson, Jacob Jorgenson and Meghan Witt talk about the club Friday.
Alison Ebel, Billings Skyview High School Choir: Music is very important to me because it lets me show what I’m feeling while doing something I love. It also lets me reach out to other people on a personal level.
Skyview's Aubree Mason goes up for a hit against Senior in the first set Tuesday, October 22, 2013.
Skyview's Hailey Copinga, left, hits against Senior's Taylor Mims, center, and Cierra Powell in the second set Tuesday, October 22, 2013.