Storm Brings Rain, Not Thunder in 27-0 Win

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 3, 2008

Skyview had little trouble at home in their 27-0 league opening win over Mountain View.

After a week one loss to Union, the Storm have not lost and are currently 4-1 and more importantly 1-0 in 4A GSHL league play. With the loss  the thunder drop to 2-3 and 0-1 in league play.

Mountain View hosts Kelso (0-1 3-2) on Saturday as both schools seek their first league victory. Skyview travels to District Stadium to play the Battle Ground Tigers (0-1 1-4) next Friday.

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Mountain View
0
0
0
0
0
Skyview
7
7
0
13
27

First quarter
Sky — Jonny Barrett 1 run (Nick Phillips kick)
Second quarter

Sky — Barrett 11 pass from Austin Dodge (Phillips kick)
Fourth quarter
Sky — Phillips 31 FG
Sky — Phillips 36 FG
Sky — Duke Kelly 17 run (Phillips kick)
Leaders
Rushing
— Mountain View — Michael Gaspar 13-70, Cameron Pape 13-24, Andrew White 1-24; Skyview — Casey Fields 12-95, Dodge 10-53, Kelly 4-43.
Passing — Mountain View — Pape 7-14-1-32; Skyview — Dodge 11-23-1-106.
Receiving — Mountain View — White 2-21, Joseph Vance 2-7, Lucas Swanswon 1-7, Jon Degen 1-(-1), Gaspar 1-(-2); Skyview — Ian Zarosinski 3-36, Fields 3-24, Karl Graves 2-11, Kody Watts 1-14, Barrett 1-11, Ellis Henderson 1-10.

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