No Shortage Of Highlights In Skyview’s 36-34 Come From Behind Home Win Over Coeur d’Alene

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 12, 2010

Saturday at Kiggins Bowl, Skyview was able to walk off the field with a 36-34 win over visiting Coeur d’Alene of Idaho.

Were they happy with their performance? Simple answer, no!

Will they take the victory? Simple answer, yes!

Skyview found themselves in a quick 17-0 hole and down 24-14 after just 1 very entertaining quarter of football. But the scrappy Storm football team just keep battling and eventually found themselves with the lead.

Jr. RB Parker Henry was the 1 steady reliable presence as he ran for 161 yards and 2 TD’s on 31 carries. QB Kody Watts was inconsistant Saturday, and backup Kieran McDonagh played most of the second half. McDonagh threw for 2 TD, both to Soph. Riley Henderson, and 97 yards but also had 2 INT’s. Watts also threw 2 INT’s.

The highlight video is  13 minutes for a reason. Just give it a look to see what all happened.

With the win Skyview improves to 1-1 on the season. The Strom will open league play next Friday as they host Heritage (0-2) at Kiggins Bowl for a 7:00 pm game.

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first quarter

CDA – Parker Wilson 35 FG

CDA – Kyler 26 return of blocked punt (Wilson kick)

CDA – Colin Comack 52 pass from Chad Chalich (Wilson kick)

SKY – Parker Henry 35 run (Nick Phillips kick)

SKY – Parker Henry 12 run (Nick Phillips kick)

CDA – Drew Turbin 82 kick return (Wilson kick)

second quarter

SKY – Riley Henderson 11 pass from Kieran McDonagh (Phillips kick)

third quarter

CDA – Jake Matheson 5 pass from Chalich (Wilson kick)

SKY – Karl Graves 30 pass from McDonagh (Phillips kick)

SKY – Safety, snap out back of end zone

CDA – Wilson 28 FG

forth quarter

SKY – Riley Henderson 7 pass from McDonagh (kick blocked)


Rushing — Coeur d’Alene: Comack 13-42; Skyview: Henry 31-161, McDonagh 6-38.

Passing — Coeur d’Alene: Chalich 28-46-2-288, Turbin 1-2-1-35; Skyview: McDonagh 7-14-2-97, Kody Watts 4-12-2-39, Henry 0-1-1-0.

Receiving — Coeur d’Alene: Matheson 9-107, Comack 8-92, Turbin 5-56, Deon Watson 3-51, Matt Lambert 2-9, Carlos Martinez 2-8; Skyview: Graves 6-83, R. Henderson 3-32, Henry 1-4, Mo Morrison 1-4, Ellis Henderson 1-3.

Skyview photographer Dave Scott’s game pictures

View all 75 of Daves’s photos from the Skyview v Coeur d’Alene game.

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16 Responses to “No Shortage Of Highlights In Skyview’s 36-34 Come From Behind Home Win Over Coeur d’Alene”

  1. SJ on September 12th, 2010 11:08 am

    i think couerdalane is ranked 3 in idaho for 5 a

  2. Storm fan from CWU on September 12th, 2010 7:13 pm

    Good work guys! Wish I could have been there but was definitely getting updates. Just shows you guys can win as a team in close games! Keep it up and work hard!
    Class of 2010

  3. NoCal Homer on September 12th, 2010 7:57 pm

    This was one of the strangest games I have seen. S’view needs to make some adjustments on offense and find ways to get #7 the ball in situations when people try to reduce his opportunities with double coverage!

    Nice to see Parker Henry, Young Henderson and McDonough break out on offense. McDonough looks like he could be GSHL version of Tebow and could create serious problems for other teams if used correctly; find another place for Watts to contribute (wasn’t he a good receiver as a soph, right?)

    Let’s see which teams improve the most this week…

    Yes I am back!

  4. billy on September 12th, 2010 10:26 pm

    go back to vimio. all these you tube highlights are lagging on my computer

  5. 40 on September 12th, 2010 10:50 pm

    I agree billy. youtube is sucking for the highlights.

  6. Bryan Levesque on September 12th, 2010 10:54 pm

    dang it! okay, I am uploading the 4 games from this weekend to vimeo right now. I will just start doing both.

  7. CHSbleachercreature on September 12th, 2010 11:21 pm

    Youtubes good because you can watch them on phones and ipods…

  8. 40 on September 12th, 2010 11:31 pm

    Thats fantastic bryan. Once again, thank you for all of the work you do on this site.

  9. chrish on September 12th, 2010 11:51 pm

    NoCal homer, I agree with you that skyview should play Mcdonagh at QB, and should still try to get Watts in somewhere because he is a good athlete. the only problem is that if you have both of your QB’s playing other positions, you have more risk of injuries and risk the chance of both potentially being hurt at the same time. However, I don’t think that Skyview has given up on Watts as their QB. If both guys have close to the same ability, it makes sense to play Watts at QB and utilize Mcdonagh on defense and maybe in as a WR or RB in certain formations or if there are injuries.

  10. CHSbleachercreature on September 12th, 2010 11:58 pm

    Wow impressive. Ellis had a reception for only 3 yards and skyview still pulls through. Shows how deep they are. Cant wait for week 4!

  11. chrish on September 13th, 2010 12:06 am

    I think that there is more to the fact that Ellis had only 3 yards on 1 catch. I don’t really know who were CD’A's best defensive backs, but they had to have known how good Ellis is, and therefore tried to neutralize him with more coverage over his routes which is part of the reason that the other players had good games. So as long as Ellis is on the field, Skyview will have an advantage, because if they single cover him, Ellis will win that battle much of the time, and if they put extra coverage on him, it opens up other receivers.

  12. Ro' on September 13th, 2010 1:58 pm

    I am sure that IF Skyview decides to play #2 McDonough @ QB that he will see little if anytime at LB…CHRISH is correct that it would increase the possibility of injury for your starter…lets see what defensive changes this will prompt as well!

    Dont forget it is HS and your best players need to play and get their touches to take advantage of the individual tools that each athlete has been blessed with.
    I expect #6 – Graves, #42- Henry & #3 – younger Henderson to do big things as Ellis will continue to draw the attention and ire of GSHL defensive coordinators…

    Good teams find ways to win in adverse situations…Skyviews comback was impressive and should set the tone for the remainder of the season!

  13. chrish on September 13th, 2010 4:13 pm

    Ro’, good post, I agree with everything you said. And btw, I just checked the seattle times website and skyview is back to the #6 ranking in 4A. Camas is still #3 but mason kelly said in that article that he thinks Camas could legitmately be the #1 team at the end of the season. I’m curious if the Skyview-Camas game will draw very much attention from the seattle media. I believe that game is next friday.

  14. SHSFan on September 13th, 2010 10:23 pm

    The skyview camas game is the 24th which is the friday after next.

    Great game last weekend Skyview!

  15. sundayqb on September 15th, 2010 12:23 pm

    I think we will continue to see both McDonagh and Watts at Qb for Skyview. Both have proven they can play. Watts has multiple Division 1 baseball scholarship written offers so would not bet on him playing receiver again as he was injured at that position last year. Surprised he is risking injury again and playing this year but good for him for sticking with it.

  16. backfromthegrave on September 15th, 2010 2:07 pm

    Cody Watts is a great baseball player and I too am surprised to see him risking injury. But glad he’s part of the team and know they are better just having him on the team. McDonagh is a stud as well and could play a number of positions. Having seen the 1st 2 JV games, Skyview looks pretty deep at QB for the next 3 years. Go Storm!

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