Skyview Rolls Past Battle Ground As Austin Dodge Throws 5 TD’s In 41-0 Win

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 10, 2009

In a game broadcast live on 1080 The Fan, the Skyview Storm took apart the visiting Battle Ground Tigers 41-0. Storm QB Austin Dodge was 14-18 for 254 yards and 5 TD’s on the night. At times it seemed that Dodge could not miss. Of the 4 passes not completed 3 were dropped by receivers and one was a deep ball that missed his receiver by maybe 6 inches. Skyview WR Karl Graves hauled in 3 of Dodges TD on the night. Dodge also threw TD’s to Ellis Henderson and Mo Morrison. Battle Ground got little done on the night and did not threaten to score until late in the 4th quarter.

With the win, Skyview improves to 4-2 and 2-0 in league play. The Storm will travel to Evergreen (3-3) next Friday.

Battle Ground drops to 3-3 on the season and 0-2 in league play. The Tigers will travel to Mountain View next Friday.

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

0

Skyview Storm
20
14
7
0

41

Rushing – Battle Ground – Komivi Akengue 17-83, Bo Smith 9-55, Hunter Vanderpool 5-30. Skyview – Adam Brown 6-62, Parker Henry 4-26, Matt Spears 5-23.

Passing – Battle Ground – Chris Paul 6-12-1-20, Jordan Monfort 1-5-0-11. Skyview – Austin Dodge 14-18-0-254, David Garlington 1-2-0-4.

Receiving – Battle Ground – Hunter Vanderpool 2-13, Jordan Malvo 1-6, Komivi Akengue 2-5, John Simon 1-5, Bo Smith 1-2. Skyview – Karl Graves 4-109, Riley Miles 5-54, Morrison 1-33, Ellis Henderson 1-28, Dallin Shirley 2-22, Parker Henry 1-17, Jake Duhme 1-4.

First quarter
S – Karl Graves 48 pass from Austin Dodge (Nick Phillips kick)
S –  Parker Henry 14 run (Phillips kick)
S – Graves 40 pass from Dodge (kick failed)
Second quarter
S – Ellis Henderson 28 pass from Dodge (Phillips kick)
S – Mo Morrison 33 pass from Dodge (Phillips kick)
Third quarter
S –  Graves 13 pass from Dodge (Phillips kick)

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Comments

5 Responses to “Skyview Rolls Past Battle Ground As Austin Dodge Throws 5 TD’s In 41-0 Win”

  1. BIG Fan on October 10th, 2009 7:47 am

    I did not go to this game but, it sounds like the Battle Ground of old has returned. I heard that BG looked like they did not want to be on the field. I also heard that they looked slow, and out of sync. That is disappointing, they looked like they were headed in another direction this year and might make a run for a play-off spot. I hope that they keep their heads up and get things starightened out. They can still end 3-2 in league and 6-3 overall.

    It sounds like the storm is for real! Keep on rolling to that play-off spot.

  2. GSHLFTBALL FAN on October 10th, 2009 9:29 am

    I went to this game expecting a good game. I was disappointed. Going to see the three headed monster of BG against the arm of Dodge. Well I saw the arm of Dodge.

    What I saw was Simon no t playing much at all and then going out with a shoulder injury in the second half. The Malvo kid I think I saw play 4-5 plays on offense and then never saw him again. The Akengue SP? kid is a tough runner who never stops. Had a big early fumble though. The QB Paul had to run for his life all night against a 4 man rush and when they brought 5 he was sacked.

    BG showed no fight tonight. The bigger problem that I saw was that the o-line & d-line looked about half the size of any other 3A-4A line that I have seen. Skyview also had athletes all over the field on both sides of the ball while BG had two on the sideline injured, and maybe one or two more on the field. BG just does not seem to have the athletes, and those that they do have when on the sideline, make this a very bad team.

    Skyview came out and did what they wanted. They looked like the Skyview of old, and the team I expected to see since the beginning of the year. Their WR’s were open all night, although BG had no CB’s that could cover them, and Dodge put it on the money. I hope RB Henry is ok.

    I hope BG is able to get the very few athletes they have on the field and finish strong, because looking at the roster and watching the players on the field, when you take the seniors away at the end of the year, the cupboard looks really bare. I hope that Skyview can get healthy and finish strong and win league like I had predicted at the start of the season.

    After seeing the other teams all play at different times this year, and seeing the scores, I don’t anyone can really tell when each team is going to win. It is all up in the air.

  3. BIG Fan on October 11th, 2009 7:08 am

    BG has played tough in the pre-season and overcame some set backs with players but, now I think they are feeling the pain from some hard hitting. Lets face it – Like GSHLFTBALL FAN has stated “…problem that I saw was that the o-line & d-line looked about half the size of any other 3A-4A line that I have seen.” and ” BG had two (athletes) on the sideline injured, and maybe one or two more on the field. BG just does not seem to have the athletes, and those that they do have when on the sideline, make this a very bad team.”- BG has a lack of physical size and a lack of athletes. I agree BG looks like they do not have many athletes, but do they have have PRIDE? Evergreen has been down all year and showed up to play because of PRIDE. Can BG do the same? Where is the fight? Where is that “Eye of the tiger”? C’MON BG! There are many in the GSHL that wouldl like to see you finish strong and who knows what will happen in this 4A league and who will fall where in the standings. We will know the answer on Oct 30th at around 10pm.

  4. The Control Man on October 11th, 2009 2:58 pm

    The reason why Battle ground lost this game was because of the fan in the skyview stands with the xbox controller who controlled the game.

  5. BIG Fan on October 17th, 2009 7:54 am

    What has happened to BG’s Offense? I went to the Mt.View – BG game and the BG Defense continually gave the offense great field position to see BG go 3 and out. The BG defense is not supported by their offense. Mt. View played tough and is a team that keeps on fighting. The Thunder do not like to lose. Great job THUNDER!

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