No team is going to get anywhere if they can’t take care of the football, and that is especially true for Skyline this year. In the Eagles’ 39-7 loss Friday against cross town rival Pioneer, they looked sloppy once again on both sides of the ball.

In typical Skyline fashion, the offense looked good to start the game. However, that evaporated quickly, with a lost fumble and three interceptions in the first half. The defense made a valiant effort, but Pioneer’s quick-strike offense was able to break free for a few long touchdown runs.

Sophomore quarterback Darryn Davis has really showed his inexperience after stepping into the starting role. His many turnovers are a result of poor decision-making and his inability to read defenses. This will certainly be a major point of emphasis during the offseason, and a playoff bid for the Eagles is looking less and less likely.