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  Week Three HS Football Rewind

Bishop Kelly defeated Columbia 31-0 in one of the standout performances of week three. What else caught our eye throughout the state?

By: Sven Alskog
Published: 9/9/2018 9:50:40 PM

-Coeur d’Alene is scheduled to host #1 ranked Highland on September 21 in a rematch of the state championship game from a year ago. Each of those teams remained undefeated with victories last week, with the Vikings knocking off Mead (WA) 47-34 and the Rams coming out of Twin Falls with a 31-14 defeat of the Bruins. will have a live and free broadcast of the Highland vs. Coeur d’Alene rematch later this month.

-In double overtime Centennial escaped with a 38-32 victory over a pesky Timberline team. Dayne Koch and Caden Clark were again tough to stop, with Koch passing for 307 yards and five touchdowns on the night and Clark contributing 184 yards and three touchdowns on 12 receptions. Mountain View quarterback Noah Bryant also threw for five touchdowns in a 63-3 win over Boise, adding a score on the ground for good measure. 

-Borah was tested in a big way against a Meridian team that has the potential to surprise some opponents this year. The Warriors staged a frantic comeback after trailing 28-13 in the fourth quarter. The Lions remained undefeated however thanks to a Kellan McCullough 18-yard field goal as the clock hit zero to give Jason Burton’s team a 31-29 win. Borah ran for 228 yards on the night. 

-Rigby was impressive in a dominating first half against Bonneville. The Trojans stomped all over the Bees early to the tune of a 35-0 halftime lead. The defense was the strong point early for the group, limiting Bonneville to 29 yards in the first half and piling up four first quarter sacks. Tui Tofa had two touchdowns on the ground and Keegan Thompson and Spencer Richins connected via the air for a couple scores of their own in the 35-8 win over a previously undefeated Bonneville team.

-After falling to Borah in a tough season opener, Skyview has bounced back to win two in a row, this week knocking off a quality Eagle team by 48-35 tally. With seven touchdowns and 274 yards on the ground, Tyler Crowe was the standout performer for the Hawks. Fellow 5A SIC foe Rocky Mountain continued its eye-opening start to the season by going ahead 30-0 on Capital in the second quarter, eventually winning 50-17. The Grizzlies defense forced Capital to commit seven turnovers, with Nick Romano and the offense making the Eagles pay time and time again with 188 yards rushing and four touchdowns. 

-Bishop Kelly shutout Columbia 31-0 in a huge early season road win that establishes just how good the Knights can be in the 4A classification this season. The win can be credited in large part thanks to a dominant defensive effort which limited the Wildcats to 140 yards on the night, including just 42 from star back Allamar Alexander, who had ran for 12 touchdowns and well over 500 yards combined in the first two weeks of the season. Ian Arellano had three touchdowns and 112 yards rushing for Bishop Kelly. 

-Lan Larison is a name to remember as the season progresses. The Vallivue quarterback has been as good as anyone early in the year and brought it all together in a 49-21 win over Emmett. Larison threw for 352 yards, ran for 214 and scored four touchdowns. 

-With each passing week Hillcrest becomes more impressive. Despite losing last week by a point to Madison on the road, the Knights bounced back in a conference matchup against Idaho Falls to beat the Tigers 36-15. Jordan Neuerburg had 13 carries for 164 yards in the win, highlighted by an 86-yard touchdown run in the third quarter. Conference opponents Skyline and Blackfoot also won, with Shelley giving the Grizzlies a bit of a scare, getting the score to within a touchdown in the fourth quarter of play before falling 36-14. 

-There was a lot of talk surrounding the Burley at Minico rivalry game this year, but the Spartans came out on top at the end of the day for the 14th consecutive year, winning 42-18. Colter May had 181 yards on 17 carries, reaching the end zone four times. Within the Great Basin Conference Century, Preston and Jerome all won as well. 

-Kuna came out with some fire in week three against Ridgevue, holding the Warhawks to 55 yards of offense in a 38-0 shutout win. The Nampa team that defeated the Kavemen 33-8 a week ago lit up the scoreboard in Mountain Home to the tune of 624 total yards. Donnie Estrada continued filling in at quarterback for the Bulldogs and had five touchdowns in the 61-28 road victory. 

-Back-to-back state champion and #1 ranked Fruitland showed that despite losing some key pieces from the title team of a year ago that this team will be as tough as ever to beat. The Grizzlies impressively defeated #2 ranked Gooding 41-19 on Friday night to win the 21st consecutive game for the program. Featuring a balanced offensive attack with more focus on the pass than in previous seasons, Ryan Tracy’s team improved to 2-0 on the year. Quarterback Cole Eiguren had six touchdowns total between the air and the ground.

-Sugar-Salem looks to be one of the primary contenders to battle with Fruitland in the 3A ranks. The Diggers disposed of a perennial Wyoming power by defeating Star Valley 36-7 at home. Tanner Harris ran for three touchdowns and threw for another in the win. Rival South Fremont won handily in Montpelier against Bear Lake, 47-12. 

-Homedale went to Baker City and used five Mason Kincheloe touchdowns and four interceptions from its defense to throttle their Oregon counterparts 62-18. The Trojans meet up with Fruitland on September 21 in a matchup that could decide who comes out on top in the 3A SRV this season. Weiser hopes to be in the mix as well and defeated Ontario (OR) 41-33 to improve to 2-1 on the season. Braden Bumgarner had 131 rushing yards and three touchdowns for the Wolverines. 

-Timberlake erased a 22-point deficit to force overtime against 4A Moscow, eventually winning 42-36. Chase Gardom intercepted a pass attempt from the Bears in their overtime drive, with Joey Follini making Moscow pay with a 4-yard touchdown run to win it for the Tigers. Follini had five total touchdowns on the night.

-North Fremont’s physicality was too much for Aberdeen, as the Huskies came in on the road and beat the Tigers 29-6. The win improved the record for the boys from Ashton to 3-0 on the season. Another 2A favorite, Declo, played at Kimberly and pulled out another impressive win 58-34 over the Bulldogs, who were ranked fifth entering the week in the 3A media poll. The win gives Declo two wins over ranked 3A teams, as the Hornets defeated Sugar-Salem in their opener despite playing a chunk of that game without star Keegan Duncan. 

-Malad snapped a 24-game losing streak with a 44-19 win over Wendell and Marsing ended an eight-game losing streak of their own with an 18-6 win over Payette.

-Two teams with similar styles faced off in Dayton in week three, with West Side coming away the victors 8-6 over Marsh Valley. Jake Moser had the lone touchdown for the Pirates, with Ryan Beckstead reaching the end zone on the two-point conversion following that score with just 1:05 remaining in the game to give West Side the win. Moser carried the ball 17 times for 79 yards on the night. Fellow eastern Idaho counterparts Ririe and West Jefferson also remained undefeated.

-It was a good week for the 2A WIC, as New Plymouth was the only team to lose. Cole Valley defeated Vale (OR) 22-12, Nampa Christian played up against 3A Parma and won 36-12 and McCall-Donnelly beat an always-tough Asotin (WA) team 38-0 in addition to the Marsing win. Beau Carr had one of the impressive individual performances for Lee Leslie’s McCall-Donnelly Vandals, rushing for 124 yards and a touchdown.

-The 2A Central Idaho Conference also found plenty of success in week three. Orofino won 42-12 against Kellogg behind the 131 rushing yards and three touchdowns for Marc Taitano and 236 passing yards on just five completions for quarterback Aurelio Morales. Despite being undersized, Grangeville won 26-7 against Clarkston (WA). St. Maries lost 27-6 to Deer Park (WA). 

-Each of the top five teams in the most recent 1AD1 media poll that were in action had convincing week three wins, as Oakley, Raft River, Prairie and Challis all won by 38 or more points. Prairie was the high-point scorer in the 88-6 win for the Pirates over Troy. The other offenses were not too shabby in their own right, as Raft River put up 510 yards including 282 from Cutler Erickson, Oakley had 420 yards and scored 62 points in its win over Mackay and Challis put up 40 on Grace. 

-Jake Pulsipher scored touchdowns in four different ways for Oakley, reaching the end zone on a punt return, kick return, touchdown reception and on a pick six off an interception. He also ran for 120 yards on just three carries. 

-Clearwater Valley and Lapwai cannot be overlooked in the Whitepine League. The Rams improved to 2-0 with a convincing 62-8 win at home against Wallace, while Lapwai took out defending 1AD1 runner-up Genesee 68-20. Lots of players had impressive performances for each team, however a few that stood out included Clearwater Valley running back Lane Schilling rushing for 235 yards and six touchdowns, Rams linebacker Ty Dominguez tallying four sacks and Lapwai’s Payton Sobotta racing into the end zone four times and piling up 186 yards. Tui Moliga Jr. also had 186 rushing yards for the Wildcats. 

-A competitive cross-classification matchup between Tri-Valley and Wilder went the way of the Wildcats by a final score of 40-28. The big difference in the game was Wilder forcing two interceptions and a fumble. Ismael Cortez brought back one of the interceptions to the house for six points in the win. 

-Potlatch jumped on top of Kamiah 24-12, but was outscored 30-6 in the second half in a 42-30 loss. Chad Simmons threw for 282 yards and ran for another 108 in the win for the Kubs. Layten Gould had 12 tackles.

-In the early portion of the season nobody has had an answer for Carey or Kendrick. The Panthers pitched a shutout win over Camas County 44-0, while Kendrick raced past Lewis County 66-12. According to the Lewiston Tribune, Tigers head coach Zane Hobart bought his team $126 worth of hamburgers in celebration of the win from the concession stand. Cooper Hewett ran the ball four times and scored each time for Kendrick. Alex Sneve had 255 yards and four touchdowns himself. 

-For the first time since 2005 Murtaugh defeated Dietrich. The Red Devils won in convincing fashion 42-14. As is the case each week, it is hard to signal out one particular key player for Todd Jensen’s group, as everybody consistently seems to step up in a big way. Kade Setoki ran 11 times for 121 yards and Hunter Anderson ran for another 90 and two touchdowns.

-Clark Fork appears to have found the quarterback it needs for the present and future. Sophomore Cameron Garcia had 263 rushing yards, 31 passing yards and forced a fumble to lead the Wampus Cats to a 42-8 conference win over Lakeside.

-Rockland entered the win column with a 40-12 win over Shoshone. Braden Permann was the field general for the Bulldogs with three touchdown passes and Zach Hunter broke the century mark, running for 108 yards in his own right. Pratt Matthews had 11 tackles and two receiving touchdowns. 

-Playing without Canyon Harper, Salmon River escaped a big road scare at Notus behind a strong ground effort from Randy McClure. The senior ran 28 times for 176 yards and two touchdowns for the Savages, who play Prairie at home this week on 



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