Skyview Dominates Battle Ground From Start To Finish In 52-0 Road Win

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 8, 2010

Skyview RB Parker Henry (#42) had 200 yards rushing and 3 TD's on 20 carries in Skyview's 52-0 win at Battle Ground. Photo by Dave Scott

Skyview RB Parker Henry (#42) had 200 yards rushing and 3 TD's on 20 carries in Skyview's 52-0 win at Battle Ground. Photo by Dave Scott

It did not take the visiting Skyview Storm long to let everyone in Battle Ground know that they were here.

Ellis Henderson took the opening kickoff back 79 yards for a touchdown. Well, he did, however it was called back in what was the first of many very questionable flags throw through the game Thursday night. Skyview still managed to score, on the drive, when FB Taylor Millard ran in from 2 yards out capping off a 9 play 70 yard drive that was mostly RB Parker Henry left, Parker Henry right. Henry would find the end zone on the next storm drive, a 13 yard touchdown.

The second quarter opened with another Henry touchdown, this time a 15 yard run. QB Kieran McDonagh later hit WR Karl Graves from 7 yards out and WR Forest Russell on a 29 yard swing pass. Skyview hit the lockers with a 35-0 halftime lead.

The second half started a little strangely as Skyview kicked off to Battle Ground, however the Tigers kick returner moved away from the kick when it took a bad hop, allowing Skyview to posses the kick at the Tigers 14. Henry appeared to score on the next play but was called down just inches from the goal line. He got his third touchdown of the night on the next play from a yard out. On their next possession, back-up QB Jordan Berni found on a 28 yard pass for the 49-0 lead which got the running clock going.

The only other scoring in the game was a 4th quarter 40 yard field gaol from Skyview kicker Nick Phillips.

Skyview improves to 4-2 on the season and 2-0 in league play with the win. The Storm will host Evergreen (1-4 1-0) next Friday at Kiggins Bowl, 8:00 p.m. With the loss, Battle Ground falls to 1-5 on the season and 0-2 in league play. The Tigers will travel to Union (4-1 0-0) next Friday at McKenzie Stadium. 8:00 p.m.

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Skyview photographer Dave Scott’s game pictures

View all 44 of Daves’s photos from the Skyview v Battle Ground game.

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Skyview Storm

Battle Ground Tigers

first quarter

SKY – Taylor Millard 2 run (Nick Phillips kick)
SKY – Parker Henry 13 run (Phillips kick)

second quarter

SKY – Henry 15 run (Phillips kick)
SKY – Karl Graves 7 pass from Kieran McDonagh (Phillips kick)
SKY – Forest Russell 29 pass from McDonagh (Phillips kick)

third quarter

SKY – Henry 1 run (Phillips kick)
SKY – Russell 28 pass from Jordan Berni (Phillips kick)

forth quarter

SKY – Phillips 40 Field Goal


Rushing — Skyview: Henry 20-200, McDonagh 2-27; Battle Ground: Kokou Akengue 15-23.

Passing — Skyview: McDonagh 12-15-0-133, Berni 2-2-0-34; Battle Ground: Chris Paul 5-18-1-25.

Receiving — Skyview: Russell 3-73, Reiley Henderson 4-38, Ellis Henderson 3-33, Graves 2-13, Alex Mangin 1-6, Henry 1-4; Battle Ground: Nohi Brede 3-17, Tyler Bergeron 1-6, Jake Blackman 1-2.

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2 Responses to “Skyview Dominates Battle Ground From Start To Finish In 52-0 Road Win”

  1. lineman win games on October 8th, 2010 5:51 am

    i think we finally saw what Skyview can be last night. Even though that BG is very weak this year, Skyview looked verrrry good.

  2. BIG Fan on October 8th, 2010 7:12 am

    I didn’t make this agme but, I heard alot of negative things from people about the BG Coaching Staff. All I have to say is that it’s easy to start blaming a coach for the misfortunes of a team. How many did BG suit up for the game 30 – 35 players. It’s hard to coach at the 4A level if you don’t have the numbers and athletes. Many youth coaches are upset and thinking that they can do better than the BGHS Football Staff, well, I don’t know? Maybe they can….but, someone who hired that staff had somekind of faith in them. Are those BG players getting better in other areas of their life? Are they learning to work hard and to keep fighting? The games that I attended, I observed a BG team that fought to the end.

    Good Luck guys! Keep working hard!

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