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Week 4 prep football highlights: Skyview tops Kamiak for third straight win

Roundup that includes links to full game reports and statistics

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor
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The Skyview football team felt disrespected and doubted by its peers around the state before the season started.

On paper, the Storm were perceived to be retooling with young players stepping in at multiple positions to fill key roles. They were unproven then, but through four weeks of the season, their young team is growing up fast.

On the heels of a dominant 28-10 road win last Saturday at Bothell, Skyview won big again Friday with a 48-20 triumph over Kamiak at Kiggins Bowl.

First-half touchdown runs by junior running back Trey Jacob and junior quarterback Jake Kennedy, as well as a 34-yard touchdown pass from Kennedy to sophomore Gavin Packer, gave the Storm a 21-0 lead at halftime.

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Washougal 39, Mark Morris 22

Sam Evers had five catches for 176 yards and two touchdowns of 72 and 59 yards in a game Washougal led from start to finish. Four of his catches came in the first half when Washougal built a 17-7 halftime lead.

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Stevenson 40, Seton Catholic 37

Kacen Bach kicked a 22-yard field goal with about two minutes left, then Stevenson got a defensive stop as time expired to beat Seton Catholic 40-37 in a non-league game in Stevenson.

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St. Helens (Ore.) 62, Fort Vancouver 22

Riding high from their first win since 2019, the Fort Vancouver Trappers momentum was stopped Friday in a 62-22 non-league loss to St. Helens (Ore.) at Kiggins Bowl.

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Hanford 34, Mountain View 28

Quarterback Mitch Johnson threw for 319 yards and four touchdowns, but it wasn’t enough as the Thunder lost to Hanford 34-28 in a nonleague game in North Richland to the 3A Falcons.

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Hockinson 48, R.A. Long 6

John Charles went 96 yards on a pass play from Jarod Oldham, highlighting Hockinson 48-6 win over R.A. Long in a 2A Greater St. Helens League game Friday in Longview.

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Camas 45, Kelso 21

Taylor Ioane threw for 303 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for another two scores as the Camas Papermakers got their first win of the season in a 45-21 win over Kelso in a non-league game Friday at Doc Harris Stadium.

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Woodland 28, Columbia River 21

The Woodland Beavers held an impromptu “Turn Back the Clock” night at Beaver Stadium Friday night as they ran the ball early, often and very successfully in a 28-21 victory over the Columbia River Rapids in 2A Greater St. Helens League football contest.

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Union 40, Prairie 20

Union dominated Prairie from the opening kick, racking up 527 yards of offense in a 40-20 non-league victory on Friday night at McKenzie Stadium.

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Battle Ground 71, Heritage 0

Angel Lopez scored three touchdowns and Kameron Spencer threw three touchdown passes as the Tigers rolled to a 71-0 rout of Heritage in a non-league game.

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Ridgefield 53, Hudson’s Bay 27

Wyatt Bartroff returned a blocked field goal 86 yards for a touchdown as Ridgefield scored eight touchdowns, piled up 426 yards of offense, recovered three fumbles and intercepted two passes Thursday in a 2A Greater St. Helens League win on Thursday at Kiggins Bowl.

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Evergreen 46, Foss 0

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Elma 41, Columbia-White Salmon 7

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Montesano 57, Castle Rock 12

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