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The Skyline basketball teams’ bags are packed. They won’t be playing at home for awhile.

Due to some water damage on the floor of the Falcons’ gym, all of their home games for at least the next 10 days have been moved.

Friday’s games against Windsor, originally a 5:30 p.m. boys-girls double-header at SHS, have been moved to Windsor.

Saturday’s 1 p.m. girls home game against Lincoln will be played at Mead High School.

On Tuesday, the SHS 7 p.m. varsity girls game has been moved to Frederick. The Skyline-Frederick boys game, meanwhile, has been moved from Tuesday to 7 p.m. Wednesday at Frederick.

Next week’s games against Roosevelt have also been shuffled. The boys will play at Roosevelt at 7 p.m. on Jan. 19, while the girls will play there at 7 p.m. on the 20th.

Skyline athletic director Mike Green said he’s hopeful the floor will be repaired by then. He said the cause of the damage is yet to be determined.

Since Skyline plays all of its Tri Valley foes twice during the season, Green said the Falcons will host Windsor, Frederick and Roosevelt later in the season.

“We’ll have some adversity now, but hopefully have some home games down the stretch when they’re really important,” Green said.