Game Recap – Skyview 76 Battle Ground 0

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 8, 2011

Skyview played just about a perfect game Friday night at Kiggins Bowl. The Storm scored 4 touchdowns in each of the first two quarters as they took a 55-0 lead into the break, and tacked on 3 more touchdowns in the second half as they defeated the visiting Battle Ground Tigers 76-0. Storm RB Parker Henry had 202 yards rushing and 3 touchdowns. WR Forrest Russell had a 75 yard touchdwon catch and a 80 yard punt return for a touchdown. Fellow WR Reiley Henderson had a receiving and rushing touchdown as well, even though he was robbed of a touchdown, on perhaps one of the best plays of the entire season (see 5:58 of the video) he would score on the next play. Battle Ground did some things well on offense, Tyler Bergeron ran for 55 yards and QB Ian Humphrey passed for 79 yards.

Skyview improves their record to 4-2 and 2-0 in league play on the season with the win. The Stomr will travel to Evergreen (0-6 0-1) Friday at McKenzie Stadium, 5:00 p.m. Battle Ground falls to 4-2 and 1-1 in league play on the season with the loss. The Tigers will host Union (5-1 1-0) Thursday at District Stadium Stadium, 7:00 p.m.

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FINAL
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Battle Ground Tigers
0
0
0
0

0

Skyview Storm
28
27
7
14

76

first quarter

Sky – Parker Henry 38 run (Hayden Schuh)
Sky – Kieran McDonagh 4 run (Schuh kick)

Sky – Forrest Russell 75 pass from McDonagh (Schuh kick)

Sky – Henry 5 run (Schuh kick)

second quarter

Sky – Reiley Henderson 1 pass from McDonagh (kick failed)
Sky – Russell 80 punt return (Schuh kick)

Sky – Henderson 43 run (Schuh kick)

Sky – Jabari Marshall 2 pass from McDonagh (Shuh kick)

third quarter

Sky – Henry 9 run (Schuh kick)

forth quarter

Sky – Alex Mangin 3 run (Schuh kick)
Sky – Daniel Thompson 38 intcerption return (Schuh kick)

Individual statistics

RUSHING — Battle Ground: Tyler Bergeron 7-55, Trevor Ingram 8-29, Blake Billingsley 4-13, Michael Towner 11-47, Ian Humphrey 6-0, Colston Vukanovich 1-3. Skyview: Henry 12-202, C.J. Vernon 2-80, Henderson 1-43, McDonagh 4-35, Nate Arriola 3-8, Mangin 1-3.

PASSING — Battle Ground: Humphrey 7-18-0-79, Vukanovich 0-1-1-0, Bergeron 0-1-0-0. Skyview – McDonagh: 11-16-0-196.

RECEIVING — Battle Ground: Kevin Haynes 4-60, Ingram 1-16, Bergeron 2-3. Skyview: Henderson 5-79, Russell 1-75, Spencer Miles 2-23, Mo Morrison 1-12, Henry 1-5, Marshall 1-2.

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Comments

8 Responses to “Game Recap – Skyview 76 Battle Ground 0”

  1. Pingutrump on October 10th, 2011 1:25 am

    Crazy game to watch! Nice job storm!

  2. Stormfan on October 10th, 2011 7:38 am

    Great game storm. Incredible blocking you guys do for parker and the return team

  3. Honest Abe on October 10th, 2011 10:41 am

    BG looked like a 2A team out there. To small, slow and timid. Skyview has playmakers and size, best team in the GSHL, hands down. Lets see how the BG kids bounce back

  4. CLASSOF2011GSHLPLAYER on October 10th, 2011 10:58 am

    umm duh? any team that plays skyview looks like a 2A team

  5. evergreen fan on October 10th, 2011 1:12 pm

    i’m bracing myself for a long afternoon Friday. As paul v pointed out in his day after report, we lost to BG 54-13, who lost to Skyview 76-0. Going to be a LONG, LONG, LONG evening. But hey, it’s not the Skyview coaches job to NOT score 70 on Evergreen, it’s the Evergreen coaches job to NOT ALLOW 70. If they can’t then that’s our problem. Maybe our craazy 6 RB offense can chew enough clock to keep the score down. We may not score, but at least Skyview will have to score on every other snap to drop 70 on us. Good luck boys. no matter the outcome, we still know your doing your best this year! GO BIG GREEN.

  6. Uniongreen Fan on October 10th, 2011 1:25 pm

    Evergreen fan,

    Look at the bright side, changes will HAVE to be made eventually. Evergreen will never be Union, but it’s a big enough school that they should have enough athletes to be a solid team that can battle for that 3rd playoff spot etc. They should be able to be a MV, River caliber of team. All that needs to happen is remove the losing culture and attitude. Bring in a winner of a coach that has charisma, treats kids and media with respect, and make the program a place where solid student athletes do not mind playing their and don’t transfer away. That will happen, eventually. It can happen. When the AD etc. decide to make a change for the better, they will be on their way. It might be a long road, but slow improvement sure beats what we are seeing now.

  7. Chrish on October 10th, 2011 7:53 pm

    Uniongreen, if you don’t remember, Evergreen used to be exactly like Union is now. Cal Piland and his staff were responsie for Evergreen’s success in the early 2000′s, and are responsible for Union’s success. If Evergreen gets the right head coach with the right coaching staff, they can get back to being good. I truly believe that success at the Highschool level starts and ends with coaching. Having a couple of D-1 type guys can give a team a few good seasons. But a good coaching staff will produce many more quality players as well as attract quality transfers from other districts.

  8. Storm from EWU on October 10th, 2011 8:11 pm

    I don’t even think that they would have to set their sights on 3rd. I say with some changes they could even be the team that they were not too long ago.
    I remember watching Evergreen my freshman year and wishing that our team could play like that, they looked invincible at the time. Skyview was so bad that the marching band would actually get more attention at games. Its only been a few short years and the scene is totally different. Who knows, another three years and it could be headed right back the other direction…

    Of course I would much rather Skyview continue to string together League Championships like they are popcorn for our Christmas Tree.

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