Game Recap – Skyview 42 Bellarmine Prep 17

Written by Bryan Levesque on November 20, 2011

Skyview RB Parker Henry ran for 235 yards and 4 touchdowns on 33 carris leading the Storm to a 42-17 victory over #1 Bellarmine Prep to advance to the 4A Semifinals.

Skyview RB Parker Henry ran for 235 yards and 4 touchdowns on 33 carris leading the Storm to a 42-17 victory over #1 Bellarmine Prep to advance to the 4A Semifinals.

Trailing #1 Bellarmine Prep 17-14 midway through the 3rd quarter with their spread offense sputtering, Skyview turned to RB Parker Henry and the run game which produced 4 second half rushing touchdowns in a 42-17 home win over Bellarmine Prep Saturday Night at Boggs Field. The #9 ranked Storm played to a scoreless tie in the first quarter with the visiting Lions. Early in the second quarter the states top ranked 4A school struck first when QB Sefo Liufau scrambled around and found University of Washington bound WR Michael Rector in the corner of the end zone for an early 7-0 lead. Late in the quarter now down 10-0, Skyview got on the board when QB Kieran McDonagh hit WR David Garlington down the sidelines for 62 yard touchdown pass, McDonagh’s first of two passing touchdowns on the night. Skyview almost went into the break with the lead when McDonagh hooked up with WR Reiley Henderson on a 52 yard pass down to the Lions 2, however the clock expired before Henderson could get out of bonds. In the third quarter Skyview took the lead on their opening drive when McDonagh hit Mo Morrison from 22 yards out to go up 14-10, however Bellarmine Prep retook the lead on their next possession when Liufau ran in from 4 yards out. McDonagh threw an interception on the Storm’s next possession but the defense held on a 4th down attempt, keeping the score at 17-14 Prep. Skyview then changed up their game plan and went to their jumbo goal line set and dared the Lions to stop Parker Henry. They couldn’t. The Strom ran plays with the same tempo as normal, or maybe even faster, but just keep running power with Henry, the state’s leading 4A rusher. The new look completely changed the game and Skyview simply physically dominated the rest of the game. Henry ran 184 of his 235 yards in the second half and scored all 4 of his touchdowns as Skyview turned a close game into a blowout 42-17 Skyview victory. Henry finished the game with 235 rushing yards on 33 carries and the 4 scores while QB Kieran McDonagh passed for 266 yards and 2 touchdowns. WR David Garlington caught 3 passes for 84 yards and the one touchdown while Reiley Henderson added 4 for 82 yards just missing the second quarter score. Prep RB Isaiah Flynn had an excellent first half and finished the game with 167 rushing yards on 32 carries. Liufau was held to 10 of 28 passing for 124 yards with the touchdown and 2 interceptions, by Henderson and Morrison.

Skyview improves their record to 10-2 on the season with the win. The Storm will play Lake Stevens (12-0) at The Tacoma Dome Saturday, time TBD in the Semifinals of the WIAA State Playoffs.

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FINAL
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Bellarmine Prep Lions
0
10
7
0
17
Skyview Storm
0
7
14
21
42

#1 Bellarmine Prep (11-0) at #9 Skyview (9-2)

second quarter
BP – Michael Rector 8 pass from Sefo Liufau (Ryan Lester kick)
BP -Lester 23 FG

Sky – David Galington 62 pass from Kieran McDonagah (Haydedn Schuh kick)

third quarter
Sky – Mo Morrison 22 pass from McDonagh (Schuh kick)
BP – Liufau 4 run (kick good)
Sky – Parker Henry 2 run (Schuh kick)

forth quarter
Sky – Henry 8 run (Schuch kick)

Sky – Henry 6 run (Schuch kick)
Sky – Henry 6 run (Schuch kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing — Bellaramine Prep: Isaiah Flynn 32-167, Liufau 8-44; Skyview: Henry 33-235, McDonagh 9-22, C.J. Vernon 3-13.

Passing — Bellarmine Prep: Liufau 10-28-2-124; Skyview — McDonagh 15-27-1-266.

Receiving — Bellarmine Prep: Calvin Chandler 5-64, Brandon Thompson 2-48, Rector 2-31, Flynn 1-(-19); Skyview: Garlington 3-84, Reiley Henderson 4-82, Morrison 3-48, Schuh 1-20, Jabari Marshall 1-16, Spencer Miles 1-12, Forrest Russell 1-2, Henry 1-2.

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Comments

8 Responses to “Game Recap – Skyview 42 Bellarmine Prep 17”

  1. Ro' on November 20th, 2011 9:28 am

    NEWS ALERT: Skyview is good (very)!

    Well coached, well disciplined, well prepared physically & mentally. QBs (Good); LBs (Solid); WRs & DBs (Very Good); OL/DL (stupid good); RB (ridiculous!!!)…enjoy the success of 129 from last night, today!

    Tomorrow get back on your grind, change nothing, work this week to perfect your craft…C U in T’town!

  2. HHS TWolves on November 20th, 2011 1:22 pm

    Having played both Skyview and Lake Stevens, this Semi-Final won’t be close!! This may be their biggest blowout of the Playoffs!

    Skyview will play for thier first State Championship and hopefully put SW WA and the GSHL on the map for good as the best area for Football in the State.

    Good luck Storm, hope to spend the first weekend in Dec. watching both you and Camas winning it all!

  3. SKYVIEWFAN on November 20th, 2011 4:27 pm

    This year is our year Skyview
    Stay focused come and prepared and stay humble one more win!!!

  4. Osborn on November 20th, 2011 7:33 pm

    Congrats on the win over #1 Bellarmine big win dont let it get to your head you still have two games to win before you are number one keep it going stay focused keep up the hard work on the field.

    NBSC

  5. Friday Night Fan on November 21st, 2011 8:13 am

    http://vimeo.com/32396158

    Here is the highlights from Lake Stevens on Saturday.

    GO STORM!!

  6. "Expert" Mike on November 23rd, 2011 2:13 pm

    If you want to know what BEAST MODE is all about, for those of you that haven’t watched yet, or need to watch again, go to the 19-second mark of this video. Crazy.

  7. safetyblitz on November 23rd, 2011 3:30 pm

    What I think is almost as impressive is at the 9:37 mark.

  8. Ro' on November 24th, 2011 12:23 pm

    I agree with Xpert Mike…the first run on the video is ridiculous…display great lateral quickness…great explosion & strength…he finishes every run! You dont see guys play w this kind of heart anymore…throwback kid from a great family. Tireless worker but then again nearly every kid in this programs is…Keep doin’ you!

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