Skyview's Brock Bushfield

Billings Skyview's Brock Bushfield looks to pass the ball at Daylis Stadium at Wendy's Field on Friday, September 22. The Falcons will look to make it three wins in a row when they take on Helena on Thursday. 

BRONTE WITTPENN, Gazette staff

BILLINGS — After a miraculous Hail Mary a week ago to upset Great Falls CMR on the road, Billings Skyview returns to the Magic City on a two-game winning streak as they host Helena on Thursday.

Quarterback Brock Bushfield found receiver Dalton Macy for a 26-yard completion on the final play of the game against the Rustlers to give Skyview (2-5) the win. The week prior, Skyview defeated winless Missoula Hellgate on the road for the team's first on-field victory in over two years. 

The Falcons have not quite been removed from playoff contention, but will probably need to win out if they want a fighting chance at playing in November. Helena, the No. 2 ranked team in the high school football rankings, is as tough an opponent as it gets. The Bengals have won four games in a row, most recently beating Bozeman 48-28. The Bengals have outscored opponents 173-48 in their last four games, and are the only team to beat Helena Capital this year. 

Kickoff between Helena and Skyview will be at 5 p.m. at Wendy's Field at Daylis Stadium.