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  Week Ten HS Football Rewind

Playoffs started for five of the six classifications throughout the state this week. We discuss the notable outcomes and performances.

By: Sven Alskog
Published: 10/28/2018 4:42:46 PM
 
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You can check out all the updated brackets below.

5A BRACKET
4A BRACKET
3A BRACKET
2A BRACKET
1AD1 BRACKET
1AD2 BRACKET

5A CLASSIFICATION
-Borah quarterback Jake Standlee would not let a broken wrist keep him off the field against rival Capital, as the Lions won 42-27 to advance to the quarterfinals. Ellis Magnuson had been filling in at quarterback in the first half, but when he went down with a shoulder injury, Standlee took the field for half number two and went 12-16 for 281 yards and three touchdowns. Austin Bolt had seven receptions for 144 yards and two touchdowns. It was the first playoff win for Borah since 1995, earning the Lions a date at Coeur d’Alene on Friday at 7 p.m. PT.

-Post Falls scored a touchdown with 6.7 seconds remaining to upend Skyview 42-37. Derek Pearse threw a 20-yard pass to Josiah Shields for what would equate to the game-winning touchdown. The score for the Trojans came after Skyview had taken a lead of its own with 34.2 seconds on the clock when Tyler Crowe entered the end zone on a 2-yard run. Post Falls also had a ten play drive that went 99 yards to help secure the first playoff win for the program since 1995. Pearse threw for 317 yards and four touchdowns in the win on 22-28 passing. Tommy Hauser had eight catches for 71 yards and two touchdowns and Tyler Crowe ran for 274 yards in the loss for Skyview. Post Falls plays at Mountain View on Friday at 7 p.m. MT. 

-Jordan Porter scored four touchdowns for Madison in a 27-14 victory over Meridian. It was the third year in a row that the Bobcats have knocked the Warriors out in the first round of the playoffs. Karson Hastings carried the ball 18 times for 157 yards to lead the way on the ground for the boys from Rexburg, who travel this week to play at Rocky Mountain on Friday at 7 p.m.

-After a slow first quarter, the Eagle offense put up 24 unanswered second quarter points to take a halftime lead that Lewiston could not come back from in a 38-6 Mustangs win. Gabe Fesler filled in admirably at running back for head coach Paul Peterson’s team with two touchdowns. Eagle heads to Holt Arena in Pocatello on Friday at 5:30 p.m. to take on the defending state champion Highland Rams. 

4A CLASSIFICATION
-In a rematch of the 2017 championship, Skyline again knocked off Minico, this time by a score of 36-28. Luke Ruiz and Cruz Taylor each had two rushing scores for the Grizzlies, while Easton Taylor was an efficient 20-25 for 326 yards via the air, including a 96-yard connection with Eli Ames in the first quarter. Skyline now takes to the road to play Bishop Kelly in a 2016 state championship rematch. That game will be played on Friday at 7 p.m.

-Columbia eliminated Century with a 27-26 win at Holt Arena after trailing by 12 points entering the fourth quarter. The difference was an Allamar Alexander 4-yard touchdown run with 3:51 left. He ran for 185 yards and three touchdowns in total on the night to help lead the Wildcats to the first playoff win in program history. Columbia does not have to travel far for the quarterfinal round of the playoffs, as it plays at Nampa on Friday at 7 p.m.

-Middleton was pushed to the limit by Blackfoot in a 44-36 game. Dallas Hagler was 17-27 for 269 yards and five touchdowns. Carson Smith caught each of the scoring passes from Hagler as part of an 11 catch and 203 yard day. Jake Tuckett also had 122 yards on the ground for Middleton, which heads to eastern Idaho to play Hillcrest on Friday at 7 p.m. Craig Young had 417 yards passing and four touchdowns in the loss for Blackfoot.

-Cam Conrad saved his best for when it mattered most, with 317 rushing yards in a 33-14 Idaho Falls win over Twin Falls. Kalvin Bowen also had a pick six and caught a touchdown for the Tigers, who now play at Vallivue on Friday at 7 p.m.

-Bishop Kelly, Hillcrest, Nampa and Vallivue each had blowout victories in week one of postseason play, allowing just a combined 21 points to their opponents between them. Vallivue’s Lan Larison ran for 310 yards and two touchdowns in an impressive win at Moscow for the Falcons.

3A CLASSIFICATION
-South Fremont defeated Weiser 35-28 in the only 3A opening round matchup to finish with a point differential of less than 37 points. Tristan Olsen ran 15 times for 164 yards and a touchdown to lead the ground attack for the Cougars, while Kyler Yancey had three touchdowns, all in the first half. South Fremont now travels to Spirit Lake to battle the Timberlake Tigers on Saturday at 1 p.m. PT. 

-Despite a slow start in the first half, Gooding was able to create distance between itself and American Falls, winning 52-15 after leading just 16-8 at halftime. Shane Jennings threw for 164 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 109 more yards on the ground. A matchup at #1 ranked Homedale is next for the Senators on Friday at 7 p.m.

-Braxton Hammond and Kimberly were too much to handle for Teton in a 56-18 Bulldog win. Hammond went 21-27 passing for 356 yards and four touchdowns. AJ Garrell had eight tackles and Nathaniel Bybee had seven. Kimberly plays host to Fruitland on Friday at 7 p.m.

-Two-time defending state champion Fruitland dominated from start to finish in a 63-7 win over Kellogg. Cole Eiguren went 7-8 for 150 yards and two touchdowns. Zack Ziegler, Noah Hattrup and Brayden Kelley each ran for two touchdowns, with Ziegler and Kelly also eclipsing the 100-yard threshold. The Grizzlies are at Kimberly on Friday at 7 p.m.

2A CLASSIFICATION
-West Jefferson won a thriller at Aberdeen 49-47 after stopping the Tigers attempt to tie the game on a two-point conversion with 39 seconds left after Matthew Klassen had ran in a 59-yard touchdown the play prior for Aberdeen. Kache Sullivan was a busy man for the Panthers in this one, running 20 times for 95 yards and three touchdowns. Klassen had 232 rushing yards in the loss for the Tigers. West Jefferson heads to Ashton for an All-Nuclear quarterfinal against North Fremont on Friday at 6 p.m.

-It only took one play to get Keegan Duncan in the end zone for Declo in a 41-21 Hornets win over Ririe, as the Boise State-bound running back ran 60 yards for a score on the first play from scrimmage. McKay Breshears also threw for a pair of touchdowns, as the Hornets at one point led 41-7 prior to two late touchdowns for the Bulldogs. Declo plays St. Maries on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. MT inside Holt Arena in the quarterfinals.

-Kaden Hammond was too much for New Plymouth in a 46-16 St. Maries road win, throwing for 345 yards and five touchdowns on 15-18 passing for the Lumberjacks. Tyler Lohman also had six catches for 182 yards and a touchdown and Ethan Hill hauled in 155 yards and four touchdowns. In addition, Lohman had a pick six totaling 85 yards on the defensive side of the ball. St. Maries plays Declo on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. MT.

-After a close regular season battle with Melba, McCall-Donnelly handled the Mustangs this time around, winning 34-0 behind the strength of 331 rushing yards. The Vandals head to Holt Arena on Saturday at 11 a.m. to face West Side.

-Tescher Harris had 364 yards passing and seven touchdown passes in Grangeville’s 50-12 win over Malad, including hitting Booker Bush for three of those touchdowns and 175 yards in total. Harris is the all-time leading touchdown thrower in Bulldogs history over the course of a single season. This is the eighth consecutive trip to the quarterfinals for Grangeville, which will play Cole Valley Christian, a team that beat Orofino 28-13.

-North Fremont and West Side remained undefeated after combining to defeat their opponents 82-6 last week. The Huskies host West Jefferson on Friday at 6 p.m. and West Side is at Holt Arena on Saturday against McCall-Donnelly at 11 a.m.

1AD1 CLASSIFICATION
-Trailing 22-6 at halftime, Raft River came back with 22 unanswered points against Oakley backups to clinch a playoff spot thanks to a 28-22 win. The winning touchdown for the Trojans was a one-yard pass from Keegan Chatburn to Zach Powers. Chatburn finished 13-26 passing for 162 yards and two touchdowns, plus 70 more yards on the ground. The Raft River win eliminated Challis from playoff contention despite a 7-2 record on the season and being one of the teams regularly talked about as a championship contender. Out of the teams that made the 1AD1 playoffs, each has a record of either 8-1, 7-2 or 6-2, a credit to the parity within the classification. Raft River is at the Kibbie Dome against Prairie on Friday at 7 p.m. PT.

-Bubba Summers had a mammoth night for Clearwater Valley to secure the Rams a playoff spot. Summers ran for 344 yards and four touchdowns in a 50-34 victory over Kamiah. Tyce Pfefferkorn ran for 74 yards with three touchdowns. The program has not made a playoff appearance in 20 years and will play at Valley on Saturday at 1 p.m. MT.

-Idaho City and Wilder each won their final regular season games to force a coin flip to determine playoff seeding between the co-conference champions. Idaho City won the toss and will host Oakley on Friday at 7 p.m. Wilder heads to the Kibbie Dome in Moscow on Thursday at 7 p.m. to play Lapwai.

-Valley defeated Grace 64-22 to secure the 1AD1 Snake River Conference title. Highlighting an offensive performance of 546 yards was Zack Gomez, who ran 25 times for 197 yards and four touchdowns. 

-Tui Moliga had four touchdowns and Kendall Leighton three for Lapwai in a 50-6 win over Potlatch. The Wildcats face the other Wildcats, Wilder, on Thursday at 7 p.m. PT inside the Kibbie Dome. 

1AD2 CLASSIFICATION
-A playoff spot was clinched when Garden Valley defeated Horseshoe Bend 38-34. The Wolverines now play Kendrick on Friday at 7 p.m. PT at Lewiston High School.

-Dietrich stormed back from a 20-6 halftime deficit and scored the game-winning touchdown with 7.8 seconds left to defeat North Gem 36-32. Bronx Holbrook and Bennett Cooper each had 131 receiving yards for the Cowboys in the loss.

-Lighthouse Christian led 40-0 after one quarter of play and knocked off Rockland 49-12 to advance to play Dietrich this Friday at 7 p.m. at home. Cooper Dastrup was impressive in limited action offensively, carrying just four times for 76 yards and three touchdowns. Brandon Butler had four sacks for the Lions in the win.

-Mackay won its playoff game by defeating Murtaugh 48-32. Despite playing with only 11 players, the Miners were able to get the job done thanks to four passing touchdowns from Dallin Green and Caleb Green’s 76 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries. 

-Mullan won its regular season finale with a 62-26 handling of Lewis County at home. Ian Farris started the game with a kickoff return for a touchdown, then picked off a pass on the first Eagles offensive drive. He would finish with two interceptions. Skye Gallaway had three touchdowns and Chandler Holling had two interceptions as well, including a pick six. Luke Trogden finished strong at quarterback in what was just his freshman season for the co-op.
 
 


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