University of Southern California-bound quarterback Max Browne operated with the precision of a surgeon in the first half. The 6-foot-5, 220-pounder completed 24 of 31 attempts for 380 yards and six touchdowns – all in the first half as the Spartans built a 50-13 lead. He played into the third quarter before finishing with 446 yards passing. Skyline (3-0) scored four TDs before CdA (3-1) could respond. The Vikings watched as their 24-game winning streak was snapped. Nine receivers divided up Browne’s passes in the first half, with Matt Sinatro leading the way with three TD receptions and eight catches for 126 yards. Skyline amassed 432 yards total offense in the first half/Greg Lee, SR. More here. (Skyline quarterback Max Browne passed for six touchdowns in the first half Saturday and finished with 446 passing yards. (Derek Harrison photo special to the SR: Skyline quarterback Max Browne passed for six touchdowns in the first half Saturday)
Question: Can Coeur d'Alene Viks take anything positive out of the shellacking handed them by Skyline?