Kelso Beats Battle Ground 35-7 But Fails To Make Playoffs

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 31, 2009

The Kelso Hilanders did all they could Friday night as they beat the visiting Battle Ground Tigers 35-7. Kelso however missed out on a shot at the playoffs when Mountain View beat Evergreen 20-14. Kelso RB Lane Sari had 3 more TD’s on the night and 123 yards rushing.

With the win Kelso improves to 6-3 and 3-2 in league play. The Hilanders season is over.

Battle Ground falls to 3-6 and 0-5 in league with the loss. The Tigers season is over.

Experts Picks

Bryan – Kelso √

Mike – Kelso √

10/30/09
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Battle Ground Tigers
0
0
0
7

7

Kelso Hilanders
7
14
0
14

35

First quarter
K — Lane Sari 6 run (Sam Schmidt kick)
Second quarter
K — Jared O’Neil 45 run (Schmidt kick)
K — Sari 48 pass from Cameron Margaris (Schmidt kick)
First quarter
K — Sari 5 run (Schmidt kick)
BG — Jordan Malvo 12 run (Mac Brandenburger kick)
K — Margaris 5 run (Schmidt kick)

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Comments

6 Responses to “Kelso Beats Battle Ground 35-7 But Fails To Make Playoffs”

  1. BIG Fan on October 31st, 2009 8:45 am

    I heard that this was not a good game. Kelso played well as usual and BG was BG. Too Bad……..I had hoped that the BG seniors would have lead this team a little better especially in this game. The word on the street is that BG played with no pride and heart. There was no emotion there. Like they have played all of the league season. Just my opinion, they need to figure it out and work hard. Like that Simon kid said in an interview “BG kids don’t like to lift weights”. Well guys everyone else is and the two most successful players on your team (Simon and Akengue) do. It would have paid off for you this year.
    On the other hand, Kelso is all about pride and heart. They remembered the beating they got from BG in the last game of the 08-09 season and gave one themselves this year. Sorry about the play-off scenario Kelso. You had a Very Good season. Keep up the hard work and Good Luck next season. I am looking forward to watching you play.

  2. Troy on October 31st, 2009 10:24 am

    Forgive my ignorance,

    But Kelso and Heritage both have a 3-2 record, why is there not a tie braker for the #2 position?

  3. Q? on October 31st, 2009 1:01 pm

    Because you lost head to head.

  4. BIG Fan on October 31st, 2009 4:44 pm

    Kelso lost to Heritage earlier in the season (head to head). Heritage lost to Evergreen. Evergreen lost to Kelso. Kelso needed to beat BG (they did) and needed Evergreen to beat Mt. View (they did not) they also needed Skyview to beat Heritage (they did).

  5. Monfortparent! on November 2nd, 2009 2:30 pm

    I am the proud parent of 2 BG seniors and I am very disappointed in the negativity on this forum! Saying that these boys played with NO HEART is an INSULT! All of those boys played with heart and gave what they had! The boys and the coaches tried and for all of your comments you should be ashamed!
    Cmon! Dont you think they wanted to win?!?!? DAH! All of them were highly disappointed and are their own worst critics! If you dont have anything nice to say then dont say anything at all……. EVERYONE! Have a little class!

  6. kelsopwr on April 8th, 2010 11:56 pm

    thanks mom. lol

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