By Skyla Robertson
On January 30th, Katy Mickelson gave a remarkable performance on the basketball court against Eveleth Gilbert. She scored 16 points, grabbed 13 rebounds, completed 10 assists, and had 10 steals.
This performance makes her the first girl in Proctor history to achieve what is known as a “quadruple double.” Only 12 other girls in the state have managed to score double digits in four aspects of the game. So Mickelson definitely deserves some recognition.
Mickelson’s head coach Mr. Brian Masterson said, “Katy played unreal and amazing. She had her hands on every loose ball. She played one of the best basketball games I have ever seen, and the best girl’s basketball performance I have ever seen.”