Skyline beats Skyview at its game

December 6, 2011

By Bob Taylor

Skyview, which had rolled by 11 opponents en route to the Class 4A state title game in the Tacoma Dome, finally felt what it was like to get shut down.

“A little bit of a role reversal there, huh?” said Skyview coach Steve Kizer in an interview with The Columbian newspaper. “Looks like they (Skyline) took a page out of our book.”

Skyview was averaging 47.8 points per game. But something was different this time. On a night where the word “sky” seemed to be omnipresent — the Storm never got its offense off the ground.

“Their coverage was great today,” Skyview quarterback Kieran McDonagh said. “That (Skyline) was a real physical team.”

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