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Game Recap – Skyview 47 Issaquah 17
Written by Bryan Levesque on November 5, 2011
After a scoreless first quarter, Skyview exploded for 24 points in the second to take a 24-0 halftime lead, then went on to beat the visiting Issiauah Eagles 47-17 to advance to the first round of state. Storm Safety Mo Morrison set the tone of the game early on with his physical play on defense, and the offense then did their usual thing. RB Parker Henry still ran for 123 yards on 19 carries and had the games first two touchdowns, both rushing, despite running into a stacked box all night. Mo Morrison had an interception and 2 receiving touchdowns as well. WR Forrest Russell caught 6 passes for 105 yards and had a receiving touchdown. QB Kieran McDonagh passed for 338 yards and 4 touchdowns in the win.
Skyview improves their record to 8-2 on the season with the win. The Storm will host either Gig Harbor or Kentwood (7-2) Friday or Saturday at Kiggins Bowl, time TBD in the first round of the WIAA State Playoffs.
Sky — Parker Henry 11 run (Hayden Schuh kick)
Sky — Henry 6 run (Schuh kick)
Sky — Schuh 24 FG
Sky — Spencer Miles 12 pass from Kieran McDonagh (Schuh kick) third quarter
Iss — Alex Shane 30 FG
Sky — Forrest Russell 41 pass from McDonagh (Schuh kick)
Sky — Mo Morrison 9 pass from McDonagh fourth quarter
Iss — Ethan Kalin 1 run (Shane kick)
Sky — Safety, Dylan Bratlie tackles Katlin in end zone
Sky — Morrison 21 pass from McDonagh (Schuh kick)
Iss — Reed Peterson 57 pass from Kalin (Shane kick)
Rushing — Issaquah — Jack Gellatly 26-111, Kalin 13-45, Derek Chapman 1-3; Skyview — Henry 19-123, McDonagh 10-23, Jabari Marshall 2-15, CJ Vernon 4-4, Keauvay Jones 2-3, Team 2-(-3).
I played for Coach Boggs for two years...i was new to the state of Washington at the time, I was a troubled youth, and I was lost, he helped give me direction in my troubled life....i remember when he first told me I was playing varsity my junior year, it was one of the happiest...
Family works in Longview....and they don't want to move to Clark County! He is getting plenty of attention now, and it will just increase next season.
He also carries a 3.85 GPA - and the academics are taking notice too...stay tuned....
Did someone really say Heritage would be fifth in the standings?? Even behind Battlegroung who just got lucky they stayed in the game last year. Heritage has young talent returning. The fastest kid in the district is on their team and the QB is a hard worker don't count them out so much....