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Skyline's offense does its part in 27-14 win over Richardson Berkner
It was no secret what the Skyline defense was capable of coming into Friday's game against Richardson Berkner.
But the offense showed that it can make plays too Friday, using a big second quarter to jump out to a three-touchdown lead en route to a 27-14 win against the Rams.
The Raiders scored their first offensive touchdown of the season when Devante Kincaid rolled out left then scampered 13 yards before diving at the pylon for the second-quarter score.
The defense did its part the next drive by recovering a fumble on Berkner's first play from scrimmage to set the offense up with good field position. Two plays later, Kincaid hit Paul Dawson over the middle for a 17-yard touchdown - the Raiders' second offensive touchdown in less than two minutes.
Kincaid was sharp early, completing seven of 11 passes in the first half for 108 yards and a touchdown. He was efficient in the pocket as well, avoiding sacks and running efficiently for 42 yards on just four first-half carries. He finished with 200 yards of total offense and accounted for all four Raider scores.
The defense took over in the second half, getting a fourth-down stop and an interception to keep Berkner from making it a game. Spencer Edmonds led Berkner with 107 yards receiving and a touchdown as time expired.