Skyview routs Olympia to get its first home win of the season

first_img Share: Skyview StormVideo Subscribe Today (360) 735-4538 McGee capped Skyview’s third drive by taking a screen pass on third-and-12 and racing 32 yards for a touchdown and a 21-0 lead before the first quarter ended.Duvalko was also very efficient, completing 13 of 17 passes. Sophomore Xavier Owens caught six passes for 86 yards and a touchdown, and Gavin Baskette had four catches for 49 yards and a score.The Skyview defense pitched a shutout into the fourth quarter when their 42-0 lead led to a running clock.“We worked at getting better at our base defense,” Kizer said. “And I thought we played well on defense.” By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. Share: Receive latest stories and local news in your email: The Skyview Storm were blue on Friday, and for the first time this season, that was a good thing.Jalynnee McGee rushed for 150 yards and two touchdowns and Yaro Duvalko passed for 178 yards and four touchdowns as the Storm rolled to their first home win of the season, a 42-7 non-league rout of Olympia.“It’s nice to win one in the blue jerseys for a change,” Skyview coach Steve Kizer said.In an odd twist, prior to Friday night, all of Skyview’s wins this season have come on the road — at Columbia River, Rogers-Puyallup and Battle Ground. The Columbian is becoming a rare example of a news organization with local, family ownership. Subscribe today to support local journalism and help us to build a stronger community. Skyview held Olympia (1-6) to 139 yards of offense, 76 of which came after the game went to a running clock. Cooper Barnum had a sack and pass deflection for the Storm.Skyview (4-3) will look to keep its road winning streak going in a key 4A Greater St. Helens League game next week at Camas.SKYVIEW 42, OLYMPIA 7Olympia 0 0 0 7—7Skyview 21 14 7 0—42First quarterS — Jalynnee McGee 2 run (Cody McKinney kick)S — McGee 3 run (Evan Saftich kick)S — McGee 32 pass from Yaro Duvalko (McKinney kick)Second quarterS — Xavier Owens 65 pass from Duvalko (Saftich kick)S — Gavin Baskette 8 pass from Duvalko (McKinney kick)Third quarterS — Owens 8 pass from Duvalko (McKinney kick)Fourth quarterO — Peter Lang 6 pass from Adam Dafoe (Kenneth Dinyuy kick)INDIVIDUAL STATISTICSRUSHING — Olympia: Creed Leonard 4-16, Cole Peterson 5-17, Braden Matthews 1-16, Lang 5-8, Dafoe 7-1, Trey Cherry 1-0. Skyview: McGee 18-150, Gabe Martin 4-9, Duvalko 3-(-1), Matt Ionen 1-(-1).PASSING — Olympia: Dafoe 12-18-0-77, Lang 1-2-0-4. Skyview: Duvalko 13-17-0-178, Ioane 1-4-2-6.RECEIVING — Olympia: Cherry 3-30, Anderson 4-19, Mason Beckley 2-18, Dinyuy 3-8, Lang 1-6. Skyview: Owens 6-86, Baskette 4-49, McGee 2-34, Micah Baylous 1-9, Joe Gray 1-6. Skyview routs Olympia to get its first home win of the season McGee scores three touchdowns, Duvalko has four TD passes But the Storm had been 0-3 on their home turf, Kiggins Bowl. To their credit, the Storm have faced stiff competition at home this season, including top-ranked Union and No. 2 Mount Si.“We came into tonight just looking for something we could hang our hat on, and then go to that,” Kizer said. “And we did that.”Early on, the Storm decided to go to McGee, who carried the ball on all four of Skyview’s first four plays. He had a 41-yard run on the game’s second play from scrimmage, which set up his 2-yard touchdown run two plays later.The Storm mixed in passes with a few runs on their second possession, ending with McGee’s 3-yard TD run. GO By Tim Martinez, Columbian Assistant Sports Editor Published: October 12, 2018, 8:52pm Tim Martinez Columbian Assistant Sports Editor @360TMart Tags [email protected]last_img

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