Heritage No Match For #8 Issaquah, As Timberwolves Fall 41-13 At Home

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 4, 2010

The #8 Issaquah Eagles struck early and often Friday evening on their way to a 41-13 win over Heritage.

Issaquah WR Evan Peterson had TD catches of 49 and 69 yards, and RB Taylor Wyman scored on the ground from 18,3,10 yards out to lead the road team.

Heritage had 2 kick-offs appear to be returned for scores in the 2nd half, however both were called back on very questionable calls.

Down 41-0, Heritage managed to score 2 late TD’s. The first a 20 yard TD pass from QB Riley O’Dell to WR Tery Robinson, the second a 36 yard TD pass from QB Jake Dahlberg to Randy Ethridge.

Heritage plays at Mark Morris next Friday at 7:00 pm.

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Issaquah Eagles


Heritage Timberwolves


First quarter

Issy — Evan Peterson 50 pass from Ethan Kalin (Taylor Wyman kick), 6:20.

Issy — Peterson 69 pass from Kalin (Wyman kick), 3:12.

Second quarter

Issy — Wyman 18 run (Wyman kick), 6:56

Issy — Wyman 3 run (Wyman kick), 1:36.

Third quarter

Issy — Wyman 11 run (Wyman kick), 6:37.

Fourth quarter

Issy — Nick Landeck 7 run (pass failed), 11:55

Her — Trey Robinson 21 pass from Riley O’Dell (Garrett Worle kick).

Her — Randy Ethridge 36 pass from Jake Dahlberg (kick failed), 4:29


Rushing — Issaquah — Wyman 15-78, Blake Miller 4-50, Nik Landdeck 3-26, Jack Gellatly 7-29, Tyler Sheehan 1-7, Kyle Thomas 1-2; Heritage — Michael Rivers 14-43, Rajheem Carrie 6-29, O’Dell 4-(minus 16), Gage Boyce 2-5, Dahlberg 2-2.

Passing — Issaquah — Kalin 15-28-1-299; Heritage — Riley O’Dell 9-16-1-114, Jake Dahlberg 9-11-0-78.

Receiving — Issaquah — E. Peterson 10-214, Wyman 1-15, Adam Dondoyano 1-30, Jake Bakamus 1-15, Spencer Warren 1-9; Heritage — Ben Lyons 8-97, Carrie 1-5, Andy Bemis 2-17, Randy Ethridge 4-49, Robinson 1-21, Nate Mitchell 2-2, Richard Warmbir 1-1.

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34 Responses to “Heritage No Match For #8 Issaquah, As Timberwolves Fall 41-13 At Home”

  1. IssyBooster on September 4th, 2010 8:44 am

    Officials 4 Heritage 0. Dont think them T-wolves kids knew they where playing two teams last night. See you boys in November.

  2. wh0 dat? on September 4th, 2010 8:53 am

    you cant blame a 41-13 loss on the refs. something else must have not been working. expect heritage D to give up the most points in the league. Again

  3. Best of the worst on September 4th, 2010 9:23 am

    Try 3 teams to include the coaching staff,

  4. HHS Fan on September 4th, 2010 10:21 am

    This is a constant thing at HHS: poor defensive play. If you don’t put an emphasis on defense or you just give the defense lip service, you are not going to be any good.

  5. HHS Fan on September 4th, 2010 10:37 am

    Easy, easy….

    It was obvious that this game meant nothing and it appeared to be an evaluation game for the timberwolves. A ton of kids played, maybe all but a handful to see who would actually bring it. I think everyone involved learned allot from the game last night and some things will change heading into next week. If you didn’t notice, a very vanilla offense and defensive game plan which I expect to ramp up before next week and into the Skyview game.

    Give this some time to unfold, you may be surprised as Heritage does have kids that can play.

    Go TWolves

  6. wh0 dat? on September 4th, 2010 11:09 am

    every game should mean something. heritages staff needs to make the point clear to the players.

  7. Best of the worst on September 4th, 2010 2:23 pm

    Most of these players have been in the program long enough to be evaluated by posistion.

  8. Best of the worst on September 4th, 2010 2:33 pm

    Need 2 LB’s to help Zack.

  9. Best of the worst on September 4th, 2010 2:41 pm

    I understand that they ran screens and zone reads but you have to give these players a chance to make plays.Both QB’s made good throws when given the chance.

  10. wolf on September 4th, 2010 6:05 pm

    Football is a team sport…. I don’t think anyone stood out either on offense or defense… Not sure why you think Zack needs 2 LB’s to help…. Boyce and Dillard’s names were called much more than Hall. The team needs to step up and play better. It is only the first game and they were playing a very good team. Keep in mind that most of the defense are jrs making their first start… Cut them a little slack. I think all LB’s will be fine. Hopefully the corners can as well. I believe they can and will do better. To say that one person is doing well and others need to help is a liitle silly imo. Go wolves!!!

  11. Twolves Fan on September 4th, 2010 6:13 pm

    Go Wolves. Keep you head up!

  12. wh0 dat? on September 4th, 2010 7:26 pm

    its tough fpr players to make plays when constantly being swapped in and out. its much easier for a player to make plays when he doesn’t have to be worried about being yanked out of the game because of mistakes, tough to find a rythme

  13. Best of the worst on September 4th, 2010 10:12 pm

    Are you for real wolf? They felt sorry for the kids and played the jv in the 2nd half. They ran the ball down our throats in the 2nd qtr and the 3rd qtr .The two big plays in the first qtr are single plays that can be fixed . Watch it again sir! Really?

  14. Best of the worst on September 4th, 2010 10:36 pm

    Hey wolf did you see any help over the top of those two long passes? This defense puts the corner on the deep with no help and that can be fixed. But i want you to take a good look at the lb play. You make me laugh.

  15. Twolves Fan on September 5th, 2010 12:09 am

    You can chose to be negitive if you want. I chose to have a little faith that they will learn from the mistakes and get better. So running the ball “down our throats” is all the LB’s fault!. Oh only all the LB’s beside Zack. All the others that played must be scrubs. Wow must be nice to blame the other 10 on the team. Why not blame the offense, because they only scored against the 2/3 team. What good is that? Skyview gives up 42 points, EG gives up 35, Union gives up 20 and Heritage give up 41. All 4A’s had a rough first game. Was there anything Heritage did right? What makes Zake the one that needs the help? What did he do that the other LB’s didn’t? Maybe you could point it out to the coaches so they can address it. Why single out one player and to all the others they need lots of work? Maybe you should be a coach, because you seem to know it all. We have this space for our views. You have yours, I have mine. Lighten up, it really is just a game.

  16. FTW on September 5th, 2010 12:16 am

    Heritage got dominated up front the entire game, Issaquah could move the ball at will without a problem. As for scoring their only two touchdowns it was against issaquahs jv team, the starters pitched a solid shut out.

  17. Wsumj on September 5th, 2010 12:39 am

    Heritage needs to figure out who the starting QB is going to be. O’Dell looked to me as the better of the two on Friday night.

  18. Best of the worst on September 5th, 2010 7:55 am

    Dear twolves fan.I didnt mean to hurt your sons feelings.Im sorry.Your last comment “its just a game” pretty much says it all for you. When i need faith i go to church. Like you said these the league is showing signs of the talent evened out and this team may have more talent than most but we are not dedicated to a system or players by posistion.

  19. Best of the worst on September 5th, 2010 8:11 am

    Lets see its a 4-3 defense. Tell me Mr twolves fan who would you suggest making tackles and filling run lanes in this alignment? The QB?

  20. Best of the worst on September 5th, 2010 9:04 am

    wsmuj- Yea Riley looked good.What i did notice is that he keeps his head up the field while moving in the pocket or on the move. Just needs more work so that the wr’s get used to extending plays. He did a good job running after avoiding the rush. He has a cannon arm !

  21. Twolves Fan on September 5th, 2010 11:14 am

    Best of the worst. Know one has hurt feelings from here. Yes, it is just a game, not life or death. Most of the kids will not go to college and play football. I want our team to be the best they can be as well. I also believe that since they were at a 3- 4 last year and changing to a 4 -3 might take a little more game time to get the LB’s to read quicker and fill the gaps. However I won’t blame them for the loss. There were lots of LB’s combs out there. I would also believe that the offense needs time to be on the same page, from the hikes being there so the QB’s don’t have to jump for them to timing on routes. I would agree the coaches will need to dedicate to a system and or players. It is hard if they are playing so many different combs of players. By the way I don’t need to go to church to have faith in people or this team. I chose to be positive. I think both QB’s did well at certain things and need to work on others, just like everyone else. I also think that the D line could play better. They were getting stood up and pushed back which makes it harder to read from an LB spot. D ends need to contain better. Also as you said the corners and safeties need not to get beat on so many plays. I hope they decide which way to go and move on it. Here’s to a good week of practice and a more solid game on Friday.

  22. InMyOpinion on September 5th, 2010 2:13 pm

    In my opinion, Heritage’s offence was TOO watered down. I think they should have gave more of their players chance to make plays. The few times they went down field, they had men open, granted they’re only scores were on Issy’s JV team. And I know this is the start of the season and you want to see who can play, but it seemed like late 3rd quarter, and all 4th quarter the coaches had given up and let anybody play. If this is Heritages game plan for the year then they are in for a long season.

  23. Best of the worst on September 5th, 2010 6:32 pm

    lets set the record straight, you are the only one who has suggested the loss was a lb thing. go back and read twolves fan.I never said the team lost because of the LB’s . Team loss for sure but sound structure and coaching are what these young men need. You talk about poor play from all 11 players. So do you think they are all just learning to play football as juniors or do you suppose that they are not learning sound technique and disipline.For three yrs it cant be both.Good luck next week.

  24. Twolves Fan on September 5th, 2010 8:45 pm

    Best of the worst. You are probably right on one accord. However I think they were also just plain over matched. Hopefully they can make some quick adjustments and get ready to play strong in league.

  25. T-Wolf Dad on September 5th, 2010 8:51 pm

    This is unbelievable, one loss to a state power and all of a sudden the coaches can’t coach and the players can’t play????

    The boys have been working their butt’s off all summer and their performance last friday was better than any of the previous teams the last few years would have faired! If you want to question the work ethic of any member of the coaching staff or the players, just stop by a practice! Our coaches preech the same things everyday, and the players are working hard to perform. Unfortanatly, friday not overwelmed some of the boys, but I know they will get back to work on monday and learn from their mistakes and build on the positives!

    Go T-Wolves!!!

  26. HHS Alumni on September 5th, 2010 9:12 pm

    Regardless of what any of you post, nothing you say will change anything. Let’s support our team and all of it’s players and coaches this season. When the season ends you can address any issues you have with your Son’s involvement, coaching etc with the AD. Stop all the finger pointing because it does no one involved any good. Good luck to the Timberwolves next week. Thanks.

  27. I Agree on September 6th, 2010 1:07 am

    Well Said!!

  28. wh0 dat? on September 7th, 2010 7:57 am

    heritage is just young and with more experience things should turn around somewhat for the team

  29. wsumj on September 7th, 2010 4:02 pm

    Heritage has a brutal non league schedule…. Lakes? Oh man…. I’ll be at that one for sure.

  30. wsumj on September 7th, 2010 4:04 pm

    My bad… It’s Evergreen who has Lakes.

  31. HHS Fan on September 8th, 2010 10:35 am

    TWolves Fan, Best of the Worst, T-Wolf Dad,

    Let’s see what adjustments, game planning and strategy takes place this week vs. MM. It should be interesting because MM will be a tough opponent. I did video the game vs Issy and after watching it 4x’s, many areas on both sides of the ball need to be addressed. Probably so many that 1 week in practice will not solve everything. I will say this, game planning for MM will give the players a chance to succeed on both sides of the ball so let’s see what the coaches come up with. My guess is we will go vertical many more times this week and do a better job of stopping the run. We have to commit to stopping something as HHS gave up 500 total yards of offense last week. That will improve for sure! I do believe in these kids and we should all continue to support them.

    Go TWolves!

  32. Friend of a Friend of HHS PARENT on September 8th, 2010 2:45 pm

    Lets hope all the parent bring extra snacks for the boys after they play Friday. These boys are so super hungry. The boys have been super crisp at practice and are planning to play for keeps no matter what. Mark Michael Morris better watch out for real. I mean for reals.

  33. EHS on September 8th, 2010 3:34 pm

    Defence for Heritage was awful. Sure there were some bad calls, but i blame the game on there defence. Issaquah’s passing game was great though also.

  34. Best of the worst on September 11th, 2010 1:04 am


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