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  Week Two HS Football Rewind

With another week behind us, there is plenty to digest from what happened on the field. Here are some of the highlights.

By: Sven Alskog
Published: 9/3/2018 9:41:36 AM
 


ORDER GAME PHOTOS FROM THIS WEEK


As the weeks go on we slowly begin to get a better idea of how certain teams and conferences will look this season. Here is what stood out in week two.

5A CLASSIFICATION
-The only game featuring a 5A school that was decided by less than ten points was Madison’s win at home against 4A Hillcrest. With six seconds left in the game, Bobcat quarterback Jordan Porter connected for an 11-yard touchdown with Mason McWhorter to tie the game. Kicker Spencer Hathaway put through the extra point to give Madison a 21-20 win. 

-Borah quarterback Jake Standlee is just on a different level. The senior continued his impressive start to 2018 with a 33-43 passing night. The Lions quarterback would end up with 423 yards through the air, four passing touchdowns and another score on the ground in a 42-25 defeat of Eagle. Both Austin Bolt and Ellis Magnuson eclipsed 100 receiving yards. Bolt brought in eight passes for 151 yards and two touchdowns and Magnuson had ten catches for 165 yards and a touchdown of his own. 

-After falling to Rocky Mountain in the season opener, Mountain View responded with an important 38-14 home win over Capital. There was little stopping Mavericks running back Jaymon Barrus for the Eagles defense, as Barrus ran for 179 yards and three touchdowns on just 14 carries.

-Coeur d’Alene carried forward the positive momentum from the big comeback victory last week against Rigby by knocking off a tough Gonzaga Prep team 28-14 at home. The combo of quarterback Kale Edwards and running back Shilo Morgan was too much to handle for the Bullpups. Edwards was lethal with his arm and his legs, rushing for 183 yards and two touchdowns and adding 169 yards and another touchdown via the air. Morgan eclipsed the century mark himself for the Vikings and reached the end zone once. 

-Some additional standout performances from week one came from Skyview receiver Wade Carpenter (12 catches for 235 yards and three touchdowns), Highland’s Kobe Tracy (20-26 passing for 254 yards and four touchdowns) and Meridian’s Javen Woodall (177 rushing yards as part of 435 total team yards on the ground). 

4A CLASSIFICATION
-Allamar Alexander at Columbia had 348 yards rushing and seven touchdowns in the Wildcats week one win against Emmett. He would not disappoint in week two either, adding 220 more yards and five touchdowns in a 54-14 week two thumping of Caldwell. With 12 touchdowns through two weeks, Alexander is the early front-runner for 4A Player of the Year. 

-Bishop Kelly used a touchdown run from Thomas Rizzo from a yard out with just one second remaining to upend Vallivue 46-39. The win was the 200th career victory for Knights head coach Tim Brennan. Ian Arellano led Bishop Kelly on the night with 229 yards rushing and a touchdown.

-Century and Idaho Falls were as evenly matched as most people thought they were, with Century squeaking out a 31-28 win on the road. Diamondbacks quarterback Nathan Manning went 15-24 for 197 yards and two touchdowns and running back Mikey Branson added 123 yards himself on the ground with a score.

-4A SIC schools Middleton and Nampa had impressive performances in week two, with Middleton shutting out Emmett 63-0 and Nampa knocking off a Kuna team that came within six points of the Vikings last week by a score of 33-8. Middleton quarterback Dallas Hagler threw for five touchdowns and receiver Carson Smith caught four touchdowns himself. For Nampa, despite playing without quarterback Braden Minor, the Bulldogs away came victorious behind backup quarterback Donnie Estrada and six turnovers forced by their improved defense.

-Bonneville and Preston each came away with tight wins on the road, while Burley, Minico, Twin Falls and Skyline each improved to 2-0 with big victories themselves in week two.  

3A CLASSIFICATION
-The only game featuring a 3A school decided by less than 14 points was the 22-18 Priest River defeat of Riverside (WA). Fellow conference foes Kellogg and Timberlake also earned week two wins.

-Seven Sugar-Salem Diggers reached the end zone in a dominating 67-0 performance over Snake River. Kyle Ostermiller and Hayden Crapo each scored two of those touchdowns. The loss for the Panthers was the largest margin of defeat this decade for the program. Homedale also had seven players score in its 55-8 win over Melba. 

-Led by defensive lineman Jake McGinnis, Gooding did not allow a defensive touchdown in a 33-7 win over Weiser. Quarterback Shane Jennings again looked sharp for the Senators with a 27-41 passing performance for 323 yards and three touchdowns, adding 138 yards on the ground over 22 carries and scoring once. 

-Payton Campbell was a man amongst boys for Marsh Valley in a 51-6 blowout win over Filer. The Eagles running back paced the offensive attack with 150 yards on the ground and four touchdowns. Perhaps even more impressive, Marsh Valley held Filer to just 64 total yards of offense and forced four turnovers.

-In Timberlake’s 41-27 win against Freeman (WA), Jeremy McLemore ran for 153 yards and three touchdowns. Quarterback Joey Follini had 108 rushing yards himself.

2A CLASSIFICATION
-A matchup of the first and second ranked teams in the most recent state media poll did not disappoint, with Declo holding off Aberdeen 22-14 on the road. The Tigers raced out to a 14-0 lead in the first half before yielding 22 unanswered points to the defending champion Hornets. Declo star Keegan Duncan returned to the field following an injury suffered in week one against Sugar-Salem, carrying the ball 20 times for 167 yards, including an 85-yard touchdown run to tie the game with 7:03 left in the third quarter. Matthew Klassen ran for 239 yards for Aberdeen in the loss.

-Cole Valley continued its defensive dominance in week two. The Chargers have now outscored their two 2018 opponents, Payette and Wendell, 110-0. 

-North Fremont looked impressive again against a 3A opponent, taking it to Teton in a 56-16 win. The Huskies ran for 335 yards in the victory at home. 

-A week after giving up 50 points to Homedale, New Plymouth bounced back to shutout Payette, holding the Pirates to just 44 yards on the night in a 47-0 win. Seth Mowder ran for 160 yards and four touchdowns for the Pilgrims.

-Soda Springs almost upset Firth at home in a slugfest in week two. The Cardinals and new head coach Colter Evans led 6-0 until the third quarter, but lost 12-6 in large part due to turnovers, committing six of them on the night. Clayton Gain connected with Colton Mecham for the game-winning score with 2:17 left in the fourth quarter for the Cougars.

1AD1 CLASSIFICATION
-Two games every 1A football fan had circled on their calendars for this season took place on Saturday from Middleton. Game one was a coming out party for Raft River, as the Trojans jumped right on the radar as a title contender with a 74-20 win over Genesee. In the win, Raft River erupted for 673 yards of offense, with close to 600 on the ground in large part thanks to senior running back Cutler Erickson, who totaled 193 of the yards and three touchdowns himself. In the second game of the doubleheader, defending champion Prairie fell 60-46 to Valley. The Vikings were about as good as Raft River statistically offensively, with 568 yards of offense. Jason Hardy did a little bit of everything for Ryon Jarvis’ group, completing 21-27 passes through the air for 325 yards. He had five total touchdowns on the day and intercepted a pass on defense. Zane Mussmann and Julian Rocha also had big outputs for the Vikings, with three combined touchdowns between them. 

-Challis, Notus, Butte County, Clearwater Valley, Oakley and Lapwai each won in convincing fashion by 26 or more points. Lapwai’s 50-12 thumping of Salmon River was perhaps the most impressive, as the Wildcats responded in a big way to losing at home to Oakley last week. Tui Moliga Jr. ran for five touchdowns in the win.

-After Grace dominated the line of scrimmage for the most part in Kamiah’s week one loss, the Kubs rebounded with a strong effort in a 42-30 win over Lewis County. On offense, the line opened up holes to allow for 361 rushing yards as a team. Quarterback Gabe Eades had 267 of those rushing yards and scored five touchdowns. Landon Keen continued to make plays on defense, piling up ten tackles. 

-Glenns Ferry held off Horseshoe Bend 42-40 on the road. The Pilots were picked last in the preseason coaches poll in the 1AD1 Snake River Conference, but hope to surprise some people behind a fairly young team that built up valuable experience last season. 

-The running attack for Notus has been hard to handle in the first two weeks of the season. Brandon Fogg ran for 236 yards and three touchdowns and Eli Watrud tacked on 101 yards and three total touchdowns himself in a 58-12 over Pine Eagle (OR) for the Pirates.

1AD2 CLASSIFICATION
-Carey won a huge early season conference battle with Lighthouse Christian in convincing fashion by a final of 34-8 at home. Reigning 1AD2 State Player of the Year Porter Mecham had 175 yards on 16 carries for the Panthers. Two-way talent Carson Simpson made a big impact on defense with two interceptions and added 81 rushing yards and two touchdowns on the offensive side of the ball.

-Mackay pulled off an impressive win over a quality Murtaugh team in a tight matchup. The Miners won 30-28 and the eventual game-winning score came following a Jakoda Whitworth interception which he brought back for a touchdown in the third quarter. Quarterback Dallin Green also threw for three touchdowns. The game-winning play for Mackay was the defense stuffing a two-point conversion attempt by the Red Devils with three minutes left. 

-A fast Kendrick team was too much to handle for Lakeside. A week after scoring 72 in a win over Genesee, the Tigers added 58 more in week two, with 46 of those points coming in the first quarter. Cooper Hewett scored three of the Kendrick touchdowns.

-After falling in game one to an improved Potlatch team, Ryan Kirk’s Deary Mustangs bounced back to knock off the Mullan/St. Regis (MT) co-op 40-18 at home. Brayden Stapleton carried the ball 14 times for 152 yards and three touchdowns for Deary. 

-Kootenai star quarterback Gage Maitland suffered an ankle injury during the second series of the game in the Warriors 42-6 home loss to Clark Fork. The Wampus Cats forced Kootenai to commit five turnovers on their way to improving to 1-1 on the season.
 

 


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