Millen, Mount Si down Skyview 52-28

first_img Share: GO Skyview StormVideo By Micah Rice, Columbian Sports Editor Published: September 14, 2018, 11:06pm The University of Oregon commit now has 1,024 yards passing and 17 touchdowns in just three games this season. That comes after he threw for 2,447 yards, 32 touchdowns and just four interceptions last year.“We couldn’t duplicate in practice what he can do,” Skyview coach Steve Kizer said. “I don’t know if anybody can put the ball in there like that. He’s the real deal.”Five of Millen’s touchdown passes went to Jonathan Barrett, including a 72-yard dagger one play after Skyview had pulled within 38-20 in the third quarter.Skyview (1-2) makes a point of scheduling tough non-league competition each year. After facing a Mount Si team that is tied for No. 2 in the state 4A poll, the Storm hope to move forward with lessons learned from their battles. Receive latest stories and local news in your email: Follow Tags By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. MOUNT SI 52, SKYVIEW 28Mount Si      14       17       14       7—52Skyview        7          0          21       0—28First quarterMS – Jonathan Barrett 28 pass from Cale Millen (Reed Paradissis kick)S – Cooper Barnum 49 pass from Yaroslav Duvalko (Michael Stromberg kick)MS – Barrett 11 pass from Millen (Paradissis kick)Second quarterMS – Barrett 5 pass from Millen (Paradissis kick)MS – Andrew Mostofi 4 pass from Millen (Paradissis kick)MS – Paradissis 29 FGThird quarterMS – Barrett 37 pass from Millen (Paradissis kick)S – Duvalko 1 run (Stromberg kick)S – Tyler DeJong 17 fumble return (kick failed)MS – Barrett 72 pass from Millen (Paradissis kick)S – Jalynnee McGeen 4 run (Barnum pass from Duvalko)Fourth quarterMS – Mostofi 24 pass from Millen (Paradissis kick)INDIVIDUAL STATISTICSRUSHING – Mount Si: Cole Norah 16-131, Cale Millen 6-17, Andy Cole 1-1, Derek Looper 3-8.   Skyview: Jalynnee McGee 21-86, Yarosla Duvalko 2-6, Tyler DeJong 1-4, Casey Murray 3-4.PASSING – Mount Si: Cale Millen 24-31-0-412.   Skyview: Yaroslav Duvalko 23-39-1-315.RECEIVING – Mount Si: Andrew Mostofi 6-92, Jonathan Barrett 7-200, Kevin Corder 2-12, Colby Botten 6-79, Cole Norah 3-29.   Skyview: Cooper Barnum 7-117, Mason Wheeler 6-94, Jalynnee McGee 4-50, Ahmani Williams 3-29, Gavin Baskette 1-12, Tyler DeJong 1-0, Micah Baylous 1-13. Millen, Mount Si down Skyview 52-28 Oregon commit throws for seven TDs against Stormcenter_img “We just hope we can keep getting better,” Kizer said. “We talked about how our 2011 team was 0-2. We lost 56-6 and were 400 miles from home in Coeur d’Alene. Then we won 11 in a row. We say ‘hey, if we can handle it, it will be great for us.’”Skyview’s offense moved the ball well. Junior quarterback Yaroslav Duvalko threw for 315 yards, giving him 929 on the season.But the Storm had to play catchup in the first half because of turnovers. There were two turnovers on downs in Mount Si territory and a fumble at Skyview’s own 5-yard line.Meanwhile, Mount Si scored on five of its six first-half drives to lead 31-7 at halftime. Micah Rice Columbian Sports Editor [email protected] @col_mrice Cale Millen is the son of a star quarterback at Washington who plans to play collegiate football at Oregon.Friday, he made Vancouver his playground.Millen threw for 412 yards and seven touchdowns to lead Mount Si of Snoqualmie to a 52-28 win over Skyview at Kiggins Bowl.Watching it all was his dad and Mount Si assistant coach Hugh Millen, who quarterbacked the University of Washington to a win in the Orange Bowl over Oklahoma at the end of the 1984 season.Millen, a 6-foot-4, 200-pound senior, showed Friday why he’s one of the top QB recruits in the Northwest. Share: “We tried to stay simple and play with our technique,” said Skyview defensive back Cooper Barnum, when asked about defending a quarterback like Millen. “In the first half, we were a little rough with our technique. But after halftime we competed, which was exactly what we wanted. We didn’t give up.”Tyler DeJong returned a Millen fumble 17 yards for a touchdown in the third quarter to cut Mount Si’s lead to 38-20.After Millen’s 72-yard TD pass, Skyview responded with scoring drive capped by Jalynnee McGee’s 4-yard touchdown run to pull Skyview within 45-28.Barnum had 117 receiving yards, including a 49-yard touchdown catch on Skyview’s first drive. Mason Wheeler had six catches for 94 yards and McGee had 86 rushing yards and 50 receiving yards. (360) 735-4548 Follow The Columbian on Instagramlast_img read more

Boys basketball: Mark Morris 65, Ridgefield 35

first_img Tags The Columbian By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. Share: RIDGEFIELD — Carson Knight 2, Nick Jenkins 2, Isaac Aguirre 4, Ben Poppert 0, Josh Mansur 7, Stefan Vossenkuhl 6, Jordan Imai 0, Tyler Poorman 0, Logan Rossman 2, Matt Gama 8, James Corey 0, Curren Whitsitt 4. Totals 14 (3) 4-10 35.M.Morris 16 16 15 18–65Ridgefield 12 2 12 9–35JV — Mark Morris wonC — Ridgefield won. GO Ridgefield Spudders center_img Rarey Sommer scored 18 points, Jack Shipley added 16 and the Mark Morris boys basketball team beat Ridgefield in the regular-season finale for both teams.The visiting Monarchs (13-7, 9-3) outscored Ridgefield 16-2 in the second quarter to take a 32-14 lead. Mark Morris is the 2A Greater St. Helens League’s No. 2 seed to the district tournament.Ridgefield (11-9, 5-7) currently holds the last of the league’s four district berths. Washougal (8-11, 4-7) needs to beat league champion Columbia River on Wednesday to force a fourth-place tiebreaker.MARK MORRIS 65, RIDGEFIELD 35MARK MORRIS — Dawson Fritz 8, Kevin Wilbur 0, Brayden Harris 4, Garrett Ness 5, Cole Busch 0, Keoni Makaiwi 2, Reece Gibb 7, Rome Hendrickson 3, Jack Shipley 16, Thomas Sprague 2, Rarey Sommer 18. Totals 25 (3) 10-14 65. Boys basketball: Mark Morris 65, Ridgefield 35 Published: February 5, 2019, 9:50pm Receive latest stories and local news in your email: Share:last_img read more

Most actively traded companies on the TSX TSX Venture Exchange markets

Most actively traded companies on the TSX, TSX Venture Exchange markets AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by The Canadian Press Posted Feb 28, 2013 5:10 pm MDT TORONTO – Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange and the TSX Venture Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (12,821.83 up 89.44 points):Nexen Inc. (TSX:NXY). Oil and gas. Up 11 cents, or 0.39 per cent, at $28.29 on 8,863,821 shares. The energy sector rose 1.14 per cent to 254.10 points. Earlier in the week, Chinese state-owned firm CNOOC Ltd. completed its $15.1-billion takeover of Nexen.Kinross Gold Corp. (TSX:K). Miner. Down 22 cents, or 2.73 per cent, at $7.85 on 6,661,636 shares. The gold sector was the biggest drag on the main index, falling 1.34 per cent at 255.99 points as price of the bullion plunged US$17.60 to $1,578.10 an ounce on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Its the second double-digit drop for the precious commodity.Katanga Mining Ltd. (TSX:KAT). Unchanged at 79 cents on 6,091,602 shares.BlackBerry (TSX:BB). Wireless technology. Up 40 cents, or 2.95 per cent, at $13.98 on 5,620,040 shares. Up 40 cents, or 2.95 per cent, at $13.98 on 5,620,040 shares.B2Gold Corp. (TSX:BTO). Miner. Down five cents, or 1.58 per cent, at $3.12 on 4,699,194 shares.Orbite Aluminae Inc. (TSX:ORT). Mining technology. Up nine cents, or 5.26 per cent, at $1.80 on 3,863,850 shares.TSX Venture Exchange (1,133.36 up 2.24 points):CGX Energy Inc. (TSXV:OYL). Oil and gas. Down two cents, or 13.79 per cent, at 12.5 cents on 5,242,309 shares.Brilliant Resources Inc. (TSXV:BLT). Mine developer. Up a penny, or 18.18 per cent, at 6.5 cents on 5,186,000 shares.Companies reporting major news:CIBC (TSX:CM). Bank. Down 74 cents, or 0.88 per cent, at $83.14 on 2,751,229 shares. First quarter earnings slid to $798 million as CIBC booked a $148-million loss from the settlement of a contract dispute linked to the collapse of Lehman Bros. in 2008. The profit amounted to 94 cents per share compared with $835 million or 90 cents per share it earned in the same 2012 period. Overall revenue was up at $3.18 billion from $3.16 billion. Out of the big banks that reported, it is the only one that didn’t hike its dividend and it is also the lone bank to report year-to-year decline in profit.George Weston (TSX:WN). Bakery and grocery. Up 92 cents, or 1.25 per cent, at $74.55 on 89,430 shares. Fourth-quarter net income slid 40 per cent amid restructuring and other charges aimed at shoring up its competitive position. Net earnings attributable to shareholders dropped to $65 million or 43 cents per share from $109 million or 77 cents per share in the same 2011 period. Revenue was up 1.2 per cent to nearly $7.73 billion.Royal Bank of Canada (TSX:RY). Bank. Up 54 cents, or 0.85 per cent, at $64.02 on 3,769,159 shares. Canada’s biggest bank boosted its dividend by five per cent to 63 cents per share, its fourth hike in the past four years. First-quarter profit totalled $2.07 million or $1.36 per share, up from year-ago’s $1.86 billion or $1.22 per share. Revenue increased $7.9 billion from $7.57 billion.TD Bank Group (TSX:TD). Bank. Up 56 cents, or 0.66 per cent, at $84.85 on 2,460,788 shares. The bank boosted its payout by four cents to 81 cents after it reported better first-quarter results compared to the same 2011 period. TD’s profit before adjustment totalled $1.79 billion or $1.86 per share versus $1.48 billion or $1.55 per share. Revenue grew to $5.97 billion from $5.64 billion. read more