Skyline too much for 'Cats in the end

Mount Si's football team had a nice first half against Skyline last Thursday. The Wildcat defense intercepted three passes from Spartan quarterback Jake Heaps, helping hold Skyline to just one touchdown in the entire half. However, Mount Si's offense struggled, and the Spartans took advantage in the second half to post a shutout of the Wildcats.

Wildcat coach Charlie Kinnune praised Skyline. "They came out and pounded the ball, I mean, they're just a bigger, stronger team than we are right now and we were able to hang with them for a half, and if you know football, all you had to do was just kind of take a look at the kids and they just wore us down and they did the same thing to us that we did to Mercer Island," Kinnune said.

Skyline's opening drive to start the game was going just fine for the green and white until Mount Si senior Dallas Liebe stepped up and ended the Spartan drive with the first of the three Wildcat first-half picks.

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