Mountain View High School sophomore Kaden Horn is making a name for himself with his 3-point marksmanship this season. Horn, a 6-foot guard, has multiple 30-point games, including a 37-point explosion against Fort Vancouver that included eight 3-pointers.
Horn scored 12 points in the Thunder’s 80-77 win over Central Kitsap Wednesday night in a 3A bi-district game. Mountain View moves on to face Lincoln on Friday with a berth in the state quarterfinals on the line.
We recently caught up with Horn and asked him seven questions:
How would you describe your game?
I am a knock-down shooter.
What are your goals for this season, both individually and as a team?
Team goal: Get my team to the Tacoma Dome
Individual goal: Make 1st Team All-League
How would you describe your coach (JC Alexander)?
He is on me to always do my best and has my back.
Who is your favorite player?
Who is your toughest matchup this season and why?
Union because it is the first time I was pressured all game.
What is your favorite gym in the state to play in?
What are your aspirations as a player?
To make it pro.