Nonleague football: Skyview 49, Enumclaw 7

By Micah Rice, Columbian sports editor

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Jacob Dennis had three touchdowns to lead Skyview over Enumclaw 49-7 Friday at Kiggins Bowl.

Two weeks removed from a bizarre last-second loss to rival Columbia River, the Storm continue to improve each week as Class 4A Greater St. Helens League play awaits. Friday’s win was the second straight against a team from the south Puget Sound region.

Dennis said the loss to River has brought Skyview’s players closer together.

“Obviously, nobody likes to lose that way,” the senior receiver said. “But rebounding after that against Lakes, I don’t know how many teams could do that. It’s a special group of kids and it’s a lot of fun to play with them.”

Now a team that started 0-2 is clicking, as shown by Friday’s well-balanced and lopsided dominance of a team that entered Friday 2-1.

“The key was not getting down on ourselves,” Dennis said. “The young players are getting better. Each day in practice we get better. That’s the goal.”

Quarterback Zac Shomler completed 13 of 16 passes for 164 yards and three touchdowns.

SKYVIEW 49, ENUMCLAW 7

Enumclaw -- 0 7 0 0 -- 7

Skyview -- 7 14 14 14 -- 49

First quarter

S – Jacob Dennis 32 pass from Dylan King (Braden Hadfield kick)

Second quarter

S -- Dennis 12 pass from Zac Shomler (Hadfield kick)

E – Tyler Harris 5 pass from Scotty Garvin (Garrett Berquist kick)

S – Josh Wilkerson 13 pass from Shomler (Hadfield kick)

Third quarter

S – Noah Bonner 22 pass from Shomler (Hadfield kick)

S – Dennis 18 run (Hadfield kick)

Fourth quarter

S – Nate Arriola 9 run (Hadfield kick)

S – Keaton Flores 15 pass from Taylor Johnson (Hadfield kick)

Individual statistics

RUSHING --Skyview: Arriola 8-21, King 4-38, CJ Webb 2-7, Shomler 2-minus 6, Dennis 1-18, Bonner2-3 , Beyden Heppler 4-47, Josh Emmy 2-14.

PASSING -- Skyview: Shomler 13-16-164, Johnson 2-2-24, King 1-1-32.

RECEIVING -- Skyview: Bonner 2-25, Dennis 6-77, Wilkerson 2-10, Colton Johnson 1-21, King 2-30, Gianni Carbone 1-28, Flores 2-24.