Skyview Overpowers Evergreen 42-3

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 16, 2010

Skyview won their 3rd league game of the season by defeating Evergreen 42-3 at home Friday night.

RB Parker Henry had 3 rushing touchdowns and 95 yards rushing on 20 carries, while QB Kieran McDonagh completed 11 of 14 passes for 223 yards and 3 touchdowns. Ellis Henderson caught 2 of those scores in the 3rd quarter on passes of 2 and 62 yards.

Evergreen did not complete a pass in the game and was held to 126 yards of total offense. 69 of those yards came on 22 runs by RB Chase Lawrence.

With the win Skyview  improves to 5-2 on the season and 3-0 in league play. The Storm will host Columbia River (5-2 3-2) Friday at Kiggins Bowl 8:00 p.m. Evergreen falls to 1-6 on the season with the loss and 1-1 in league play. The Plainsmen will host Union (6-1 2-0) Friday at McKenzie Stadium 8:00 p.m.

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View all 43 of Daves’s photos from the Skyview v Evergreen game.

FINAL
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Evergreen Plainsmen
0
0
3
0
3

Skyview Storm
7
14
14
7
42

first quarter

Sky — Forrest Russell 38 pass from Kieran McDonagh (Nick Phillips kick)

second quarter

Sky — Parker Henry 4 run (Phillips kick)

Sky — Henry 2 run (Phillips kick)

third quarter

Sky — Ellis Henderson 2 pass from McDonagh (Phillips kick)

Eve — Timur Zhividze 32 FG

Sky — E. Henderson 62 pass from McDonagh (Phillips kick)

fourth quarter

Sky — Henry 8 run (Phillips kick)

Leaders

Rushing — Evergreen: Chase Lawrence 22-69, Anthony Thomas 12-31, Korbin Kuhn 4-27, Artern Kinkin 1-(minus 1). Skyview: Henry 20-95, Ellis Henderson 1-2, McDonagh 3-4, Kyle Ponciano 4-8, Jordan Berni 2-19, Jabari Marashall 2-0.

Passing — Evergreen: Thomas 0-6-2-0. Skyview: McDonagh 11-14-0-223, Berni 2-3-0-8.

Receiving — Evergreen: none. Skyview: Reiley Henderson 5-69, Russell 1-38, Karl GRaves 1-37, E. Hendersonn 3-68, Mo Morrison 1-10, Nick Orsi 1-6, Will Stacey 1-1.

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Comments

34 Responses to “Skyview Overpowers Evergreen 42-3”

  1. GOGREEN!! on October 16th, 2010 10:02 am

    That was ugly !!!

  2. Jenny Smith on October 16th, 2010 11:11 am

    I agree with Gogreen that that was ugly. Frankly the whole season has been ugly. The double wing didn’t work and now the option offense isn’t working. The QB is young and obviously struggling with the passing game (0-6-2 for zero yards) so hopefully with more work in the off season he will improve. I don’t see this team doing any better against Union or Heritage. I think it is time to bench the seniors and let the younger players get some needed experience for next year, Congratulations to Skyview they looked good too bad that Graves got hurt.

  3. Storm from EWU on October 16th, 2010 11:12 am

    Great win Storm! Defense was gettin it done all night. Feels like it’s just about time for a rivalry game, chieftains better show up ready for some punishment.

  4. lacentermom on October 16th, 2010 5:53 pm

    We ready…….for union…..finally….how bought that skyview D-line!

  5. EEEEED OFF EHS FAN on October 17th, 2010 6:57 am

    To “Jenny”
    I appreciate your high hopes for the future….but benching seniors and playing the “younger” ones so they can get experience is flawed and penalizes the very people who have kept the program going in the face of adversity.

    These seniors are PROVEN ATHLETES…with most of them playing more than one sport at the varsity level during their high school career. They have shown their love and loyalty for EHS even as they have watched a great football program take a big fall.

    In the last four years, they have been through several coaches; and over the last two years have listened to their own “coach” tell them that they are “nothing special, they aren’t going anywhere, and that they aren’t needed.”

    They have stayed in the program—even as they watched MANY of their fellow athletes quit football entirely. Others left to go to schools where they would be valued and treated with respect (one of whom is now a Division I football player….and another is a Division I prospect).

    When the coach forbade them from wearing their jerseys to school on Game day—these are the kids who kept the spirit alive with their attitude and commitment….

    These are the kids that work hard in practice and show up every Friday to play under the lights for the school they love. They often do this amidst ridicule by their coaches, peers and spectators…but they swallow their pride, stand tall, and get beat up in the trenches in the hopes of keeping the EHS program alive.

    To bench seniors penalizes the kids who really should be hailed as heroes….and as hard as it is to say…NO amount of experience on the field will EVER prepare our younger kids for what is going on at EHS.

  6. safetyblitz on October 17th, 2010 8:09 am

    Good win! Gotta show up for River though or the Union game doesn’t mean a thing. Go Storm!

  7. jt on October 17th, 2010 2:58 pm

    comment to all of you .. the qb is young and the coaching staff does nothing to aid him in growth no short slant , no shotgun when line collapses and come on how good are youreally gonna be when you throw 6 times a game……………. the team is not a team the coaches are fighting everyday they head coach isnt even aloud to select his own staff . what do you expect , its a joke …….. the coach doesnt even keep stats for the kids . remember the young qb was 14-23 with 168 yards and 2 tds with no pics against eisenhower the big 9 champs and 5th in state last year . So yeah he is good if you let him be . the teams practices plays all week and then uses different ones in the game . time to get some stuff done athletic director this has gone tooooo far oh yeah when he ran offense they were terrible now he runs defense and we given up more points this year than we have ever in school history .. ps its not just the seniors that keep this team going its all the players dont ever forget it …….

  8. EEEEED OFF EHS FAN on October 17th, 2010 3:22 pm

    JT….
    I am on your side…..I don’t think there is any reason to bench ANY of the starters including our young QB. ….

    also agreed that any football athlete who stays at EHS is to be commended.

  9. yayaya on October 18th, 2010 5:05 pm

    hey safetyblitz… y does skyview have to show up for river or the union game does not matter…? if u know anything about football around here you should know that river is 3A and skyview and Union are both in the 4A. so skyview vs river is a non league game. so if you don’t know what you are talking about then stay off this site. plus the skyview is almost ready for the playoffs and river has never been ready for any thing!!

  10. Storm Swarm on October 18th, 2010 5:46 pm

    yayaya:football is a game of momentum. if skyview loses to river it will effect the team when they beat union.

  11. GOGREEN!! on October 18th, 2010 7:42 pm

    There are 28 seniors on Evergreen’s team. If they sat them there be no one to play .
    You would not believe this is an senior oriented team . This school has totally gone downhill since Union came to town.

  12. MVHS Athlete on October 18th, 2010 8:25 pm

    Thats it! its unions fault!!

  13. egreen on October 19th, 2010 2:38 am

    So now its the seniors fault that EHS lost again. Its not the school nor the players. Guess what is the problem. Its been the problem for awhile. Yes the problem started when Union opened but its not there fault. What is it then? Its not the players….. its the _ _ _ _ _ _. (you fill in the blank)

    “also agreed that any football athlete who stays at EHS is to be commended.” or con-dimmed to a sub par HS Football experience.

    I still show up to every game and root on the boys, but after that I am done.

  14. jt on October 19th, 2010 6:38 am

    he we played frisbee at practice in full pads lol lol lol

  15. Touchet on October 19th, 2010 8:20 am

    jt, sounds alot similar problems that exist at Bay and Fort welcome to the City.

  16. Interestrante on October 19th, 2010 8:32 am

    What happens to all the Evergreen kids after Union wins 68-3 this Friday. Do they switch schools next year to Union, Mt View, Heritage? Face it folks, my son will transfer and so are many sophomore and junior parents. Evergreen hay days are gone.

  17. SWWaFootballFan on October 19th, 2010 9:03 am

    Yep, that’s the ticket. Teach your kids when the going gets tough, give up and transfer.

  18. Storm from EWU on October 19th, 2010 9:20 am

    yayaya: “If u know anything about football around here you should know that” Skyview and River are rivals, and even though its a non-league game it is one of the most important. There is a reason it is usually one of our most attended games each year, whether it is at River or Skyview. Skyview will show up, they wont blow off a game like this just because River isnt at its best. I guarantee they are already preparing for the U but at the same time there gonna make sure they get this W first. “So if you don’t know what you are talking about then stay off this site.” lol

  19. Food For Thought on October 19th, 2010 1:11 pm

    Why would a junior transfer and lose their senior year of playing varsity athletics? Maybe the sophomores, but you better be sure that you can start at the new school.

    Sounds to me like a lot of talk.

  20. Interestrante on October 19th, 2010 2:22 pm

    There are many ways to circumvent a transfer to another school. If a student feels threatened/bullied or is the threat or bully they can be moved and no athletic “sit out time” is applied. Also if a student is apart of a certain program such as AVID, CRAFT, etc certain schools will allow a transfer to go there. Union will always find a way to get kids. There will be some shopping of Evergreen students when the season is over, be it to Union, MV, HHS or Skyview. Kids need to play.

  21. e on October 19th, 2010 3:43 pm

    Food For Thought
    Why would a junior transfer and lose their senior year of playing varsity athletics? Maybe the sophomores, but you better be sure that you can start at the new school.

    Sounds to me like a lot of talk

    seems to me food for thought that you are a student at EHS or one of the EHS coaches sadly and hear alot that is being said through the school, and that you still learning how to have a junior transfer as two from evergreen did to heritage as JT let you know it can be done. also look at as the perfect examples they both transfered one junior going to be senior and the other sophomore to junior and yet missed how many games?? so when you like to speak look at yourself and eat your own food first.

  22. Trapper Fan on October 19th, 2010 7:17 pm

    Touchet,

    Why would you say “sounds alot like similar problems at Bay and Fort”? I don’t see Fort running around playing games during practice as JT states. I can’t speak for Bay, but Fort kids seem to work hard in practices and games and have hard working coaches, just not a lot of varsity kids. I would hope Bay is the same. i doubt anyone plays “frisbee” in practices.

  23. someone on October 19th, 2010 7:35 pm

    who are the transfers u are talking about

  24. MVHS Athlete on October 19th, 2010 7:37 pm

    Tyler coad was a transfer

  25. someone on October 19th, 2010 7:44 pm

    and that is really sad that people are switching out of evergreen are getting tough. Considering the sophomores at evergreen were 8-1 last year as freshmen they should be at least a semi-talented team. If you are a parent and switching your kid as a sophomore this year you are just plain ignorant.

  26. someone on October 19th, 2010 7:47 pm

    oh and after asking around the freshmen last year BEAT union and camas

  27. e on October 19th, 2010 9:21 pm

    c.j hatchett and andy bemis are another two and both got to start right away

  28. Old School on October 20th, 2010 2:18 pm

    One of the hardest things for the parents on here to admit is that some of the players on this team just might not be very good. After all it is the players not the coaches and for that matter the dad’s in the stands who are missing tackles, fumbling, jumping offsides, throwing interceptions and poorly covering receivers. Most of us only go to games and do not have inside information like jt and others on here but watching games on Friday nights I have watched the players mess up over and over leading to many easy TD’s for other schools. My boys played here in the late ’80′s and were not stars or even starters but I was proud that they contributed to the team and its success. I was very aware of their ability level and perhaps it would help if some of you tried to be more realistic about your sons ability level. Schools go through cycles of good and bad teams and EHS will be good again. Committiment and hard work ususally solve a lot of these problems not running away and taking the easy way out. What I hear are unrealistic parents teaching their sons that when things don’t go your way cry and run away. Time to man up if you know how to do that but then that might be too old school for you. Today’s generation of parents seems to want instant gratification and will break any rule to get it to happen.

  29. e on October 20th, 2010 3:57 pm

    hey old school!!! so its not the coaches who set the game plan or say whos starting or sitting out or who moves the players around?

  30. jt on October 20th, 2010 4:07 pm

    I agree with alot of you folks and I will be the first to say that as long as coach anthony stays at evergreen and is allowed to make changes to the team as he sees fit than that freshman qb who yes did beat camas and union will be evergreens qb on varsity as he is now . as for everything else I cant say but no coach in history of football can be sucessful when he is not allowed to appoint ALL of his coaches period. Evergreen is still the only squad around here with a state title and coaches ,kids and the stars must all be perfect to do that . Charles Anthony is a fine coach and can coach ny kid anyday………………..

  31. jt on October 20th, 2010 4:14 pm

    Imagine being the head coach and not being able to run the team as you want . I feel for coach ,maybe we could let him do it his way and see where we go before we rip him apart . I have to say I would not be a head coach with a staff I was not aloud to adjust the way I saw fit.

  32. GOGREEN!! on October 20th, 2010 5:10 pm

    Hey jt, was there “Watermellon” after frisbee ???

  33. EHS on October 21st, 2010 10:06 pm

    IF evergreens O and D line would do something they could win more games and get the offense going.

  34. time4achange!! on October 22nd, 2010 5:03 pm

    That’s a good idea EHS, they need to stop fumbling too !!
    I challenge jt to a frisbee match during the game tonight !!!
    Tonight is Senior night, 27 seniors, bring your pillow !!!!
    Go Green, Kick some Union Butt, take no prisoners !!!!!

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