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  Quarterfinal HS Football Rewind

The final four teams for all six classifications are set. Check out how each team moved on in our weekly rewind.

By: Sven Alskog
Published: 11/5/2018 1:48:50 PM
 
ORDER GAME PHOTOS

You can check out all the updated brackets below.

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

5A CLASSIFICATION
-Coeur d’Alene secured a semifinal berth by fending off a run of 20 unanswered points by Borah in the second half on a 4-yard Kale Edwards touchdown run with 36 seconds left. Edwards went to the air 46 times on the night, completing 26 of those passes for 325 yards three touchdowns and running for 50 more, including two scores on the ground. Shilo Morgan had a big night for the Vikings as well, running for 89 yards and receiving four passes for 65 yards. He scored two touchdowns. In the loss for Borah, Austin Bolt was phenomenal, hauling in eight passes for 130 yards and then adding 170 on the ground. Coeur d’Alene is at Rocky Mountain on Friday night at 7 p.m. MT.

-Rocky Mountain won as well to set up the battle of unbeatens this week, knocking off Madison 28-7. Colby Jackson threw 205 yards and three touchdowns and Nick Romano ran for 106 yards. Brayden Rundell highlighted the defensive performers from the Grizzlies with two interceptions. 

-Highland was impressive in a 41-14 defeat of Eagle at Holt Arena, using backup quarterback Easton Durham as a run threat to the tune of 40 yards and three touchdowns. Starter Kobe Tracy also went 18-23 for 208 yards and two scores. On the ground, Landon Demuzio had 167 yards and added 72 receiving. 

-Mountain View had no problems handling Post Falls in a 57-0 shutout victory. Kaden Chan was a man on a mission in this one, scoring three touchdowns in the first 18 minutes of the game. He finished with 85 receiving yards on three catches. The Mavericks defense held the Trojans to just 98 yards of offense. Mountain View travels to Holt Arena on Friday at 8:15 p.m. to face the Highland Rams.

4A CLASSIFICATION
-Kyle Austin ran in a 16-yard touchdown with 5:49 left in the game to give Hillcrest a lead it would not surrender in a 21-17 win over Middleton. It was a busy day for the Knights on the ground, as Austin finished with 246 yards and two touchdowns and Oakley Hussey had 181 yards. Hillcrest welcomes Nampa to Thunder Stadium on Friday at 7 p.m.

-Nampa is semifinal bound for the first time since 2007 after a 40-19 win over crosstown-foe Columbia in the quarterfinals. Over the past two seasons Nampa had went 2-16. Braden Minor ran for 119 yards and two scores and Donnie Estrada had two interceptions defensively. Allamar Alexander had 192 yards and two touchdowns rushing for the Wildcats in the loss.

-In a rematch of the 2016 4A state championship game, Bishop Kelly pulled out a 35-21 win over Skyline, thanks in large part to forcing three Grizzlies turnovers and 94 rushing yards and two touchdowns from running back Ian Arellano. Brady King also ran for two touchdowns and quarterback Beau Nelson was a perfect 5-5 through the air for 73 yards. The Knights play host to 4A SIC foe Vallivue this Friday at 7 p.m.

-Vallivue is headed to the semifinals for the first time since 2000 after disposing of Idaho Falls 62-26. Lan Larison ran for 179 yards and Carson Child added 212 as the Falcons ran for a total of 473 yards. Both Child and Larison scored three touchdowns. Cam Conrad ran for 164 yards for the Tigers in the loss.

3A CLASSIFICATION
-Kimberly defeated two-time defending state champion Fruitland 37-35 on a McKade Huft 1-yard touchdown run as time ran out. Huft ran for 166 yards and two scores on the night. Bulldogs quarterback Braxton Hammond started out hot, with his first two passes leading to touchdowns. He ended with four touchdowns and 146 yards passing. Kimberly plays at Holt Arena on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. against Sugar-Salem.

-Those Kimberly Bulldogs have a tough task in the semifinals against a Sugar-Salem team that blanked Marsh Valley 41-0 in the quarterfinals. The balanced rushing attack for the Diggers featured Hadley Miller, Samuel Parkinson and Tanner Harris each runing for over 70 yards. Kyle Ostermiller and Parkinson each scored twice in the win for Sugar-Salem. Gerohm Rihari had two interceptions defensively. 

-#1 ranked Homedale handled its business against Gooding, winning 41-21 to advance to the semifinals. Mason Kincheloe was too much to handle for the Senators, carrying the ball 36 times for 230 yards and two touchdowns. The bruising running back also hauled in a touchdown pass for the Trojans, who head up north to Spirit Lake to take on Timberlake on Saturday at 1 p.m. PT.

-Timberlake missed the playoffs for the first time since 2002 last year. Just one season after finishing 1-8, Roy Albertson’s team is now bound for the semifinals after a thrilling 36-35 victory over South Fremont at home. Chase Gardom had a mammoth day for the Tigers, picking off two passes, including the game-sealer late, and also scoring a touchdown. Jeremy McLemore led the ground game for Timberlake, carrying 21 times for 107 yards and two scores. Joey Follini was 12-20 passing for 115 yards in the win.

2A CLASSIFICATION
-West Side received a tough battle from McCall-Donnelly, but came out on top by a 34-20 final. With 50 seconds left in the third quarter the Pirates were clinging to just a 27-20 lead, but thanks to two late interceptions, were able to hold on and advance. West Side held McCall-Donnelly to just 23 yards rushing. Enoch Ward ran 18 times for 189 yards and a touchdown and Jake Moser scored three times. The Pirates play Declo at Holt Arena on Saturday at 11 a.m.

-Keegan Duncan ran for four touchdowns in a 49-6 blowout win for Declo over St. Maries. Ben Puentes and Luc DeLavoye each had touchdown receptions for the Hornets.

-North Fremont is headed to the semifinals for the first time since 1989 after defeating West Jefferson 44-6. Garrett Hawkes led the Huskies with 165 yards on the ground and four touchdowns. It was the second win this season over West Jefferson for the Huskies, who head to the Kibbie Dome in Moscow to take on Grangeville on Friday at 6 p.m. PT. Both of those teams are unbeaten.

-Tescher Harris has now thrown 42 touchdown passes this season after adding four in a 40-7 Grangeville win over Cole Valley Christian. Harris was 19-28 for 225 yards on the night, while Noah Kaschmitter ran for 145 yards and a touchdown of his own. Grangeville held Cole Valley to just 170 yards of offense.

1AD1 CLASSIFICATION
-The Wilder defense held Lapwai out of the end zone on the final play of the game to advance to the semifinals following a 44-36 win. Wilder quarterback Pablo Martinez threw for 279 yards and two touchdowns in the victory and Cristian Aguilar had two touchdowns. The game-winning score was a Garrett Sedlacek 44-yard run with just 52 seconds remaining. The Wildcats in purple advance to take on the Valley Vikings on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. inside of Holt Arena.

-Valley spoiled Clearwater Valley’s first trip to the playoffs since 1994 by knocking off the Rams 56-0. Zack Gomez ran the ball 19 times for 229 yards and four touchdowns in the win. Jason Hardy also ran in four touchdowns and had 90 rushing yards and 94 passing. Jacob Schilz had an interception.  

-Spencer Schumacher returned at quarterback for Prairie for the first time in four weeks and led the Pirates to a 40-22 win over a tough Raft River team. Schumacher finished with three touchdowns in the defeat of the Trojans. Dean Johnson was a man possessed on the defensive side of the ball, contributing 4.5 sacks from the defensive end position. The Pirates play Oakley on Friday at 5:30 p.m. MT inside of Holt Arena.

-Oakley’s Jake Pulsipher had four touchdowns, 105 receiving yards and a fumble recovery in the Hornets 50-16 win over Idaho City. Austin Bedke also had 115 yards rushing and Josh Nyman had 75 yards.

1AD2 CLASSIFICATION
-Salmon River running back Canyon Harper ran for four touchdowns and the Savages erupted in the second half to eliminate Deary 50-12, outscoring the Mustangs 36-6 in the second half. Randy McClure caught touchdown passes of 33 and 35 yards from Ethan Shepherd. Reece Jones returned an interception 40 yards for a touchdown. Salmon River is at Holt Arena on Saturday at 4 p.m. to play Lighthouse Christian. 

-Lighthouse Christian blanked Dietrich 44-0. In two games against the Blue Devils this year, the Lions outscored them a combined 80-0. Chance Gaskill had four rushing touchdowns in the win, running for 190 yards. Cooper Dastrup added 98 yards and a touchdown. 

-Defending champion Carey continued its undefeated season with a 48-0 shutout of Mackay. Carson Simpson led the Panthers with 112 yards and two touchdowns. Sophomore quarterback Hunter Smith threw for 135 yards and two touchdowns as well. Carey heads to the Kibbie Dome for a showdown with Kendrick on Friday at 8:30 p.m. PT.

-Alex Sneve had five touchdowns for Kendrick, Chase Burke had four and Cooper Hewett had three as the Tigers defeated Garden Valley 64-32 to remain unbeaten. 
 
 


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