Last Friday in front of a raucous Monroe home crowd, Skyline took the field against the Trojans. They were looking for redemption for last year’s blowout on homecoming night. It was not to be this night, as Skyline stumbled their way through a 41-6 loss. The first drive set the tone for the entire game. Monroe marched down the field in less than three minutes and scored a quick touchdown. Playing without their four star linebacker, Daelin Hayes (who was injured in the Eagles’ week three contest against Saline), Skyline had no inside presence and were torn apart by Monroe’s dynamic run game, led by running back Jovan Johnson, Jr. On the other side of the ball, the Eagles’ run game suffered without their star junior, Charles Jones. The Eagles were forced to attack through the air during the entire game, but their task was made difficult by the constant double coverage on Hunter Rison, Skyline’s top receiver. Combined with three interceptions in the first half from sophomore Darryn Davis, the Eagles could get nothing going offensively, and their only scores were two field goals.