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Weekly Football Rewind
The playoff race is starting to take shape, as Idaho's most dominant squads shine
Published: 9/13/2020 6:52:41 PM
 


Eagle 45, Mountain View 6

The Mustangs remained unproven heading into Week 2 after blowing out a struggling Kuna program in their 2020 debut. 

But Ben Ford and company left little doubt in the minds of the Southern Idaho Conference after a dominant win against a Maverick team that went toe-to-toe with Rocky Mountain last week. 

Ford finished with 445 yards and four touchdowns, while the defense shut out the Mavericks for the first three quarters. The Mustangs accumulated 651 yards of total offense, while allowing just 237. Not a single Mountain View running back eclipsed 40 yards on the night, while Ben Ford racked up 315 on the ground, compared to 130 through the air.

The Mustangs have a marquee matchup with Rocky Mountain on tap for next week. Mountain View will take on Meridian. 

Post Falls 27, Lewiston 26

For the second-straight week, the Bengals found themselves backed into a corner in a late-night Inland Empire showdown. But Lewiston failed to recreate the magic of last week, falling to Post Falls in a true test of wills.

Jaxon Anderson took over as quarterback for the Trojans, who became the surprise home team after smokey skies in Lewiston moved Friday’s game north. Anderson finished with 211 yards, including a late 7-yard touchdown pass to Josiah Shields with three minutes left in the game, putting Post Falls on top 27-18. Lewiston quarterback Kash Lang put Lewiston in position to take back the lead after a 39-yard touchdown pass to Jared Jelinek, but a failed onside kick attempt put the ball in the Trojans’ hands.

The Bengals move on to Lakeland Sept. 18, while Post Falls, now the top team in the IEL, plays Lake City. 

Highland 31, Century 13

In a cross classification matchup, the Rams’ defense and senior defensive end Logan George held the Diamondbacks at arm's length. 

George finished with two pass deflections and four quarterback hits. Century’s defense, meanwhile, made a splash in the turnover game, picking off quarterback Easton Durham twice. Kaleb Demuzio led the Highland offense, racking up 102 yards on 14 carries. Century quarterback McKean Romriell did everything he could to get his team back in contention, throwing 213 yards and a pair of scores. 

Emmett 40, Bishop Kelly 34

Heading into Week 1, the Bishop Kelly Knights topped the statewide coaches poll, before falling to fifth in Week 2, despite not playing a game. In the media poll, the Knights held steady, entering their showdown with Emmett ranked second among 4A teams. 

But none of that seemed to matter, as the Huskies pulled off the state’s most shocking upset Friday. 

The Huskies clawed their way back into contention after early-game struggles on offense. Quarterback Caden Young lost a fumble on Emmett’s opening drive, and the Huskies never led until the fourth quarter. But Young, who finished with 159 rushing yards, found daylight with just 33 seconds left. A 21-yard touchdown run, followed by a successful two-point conversion, gave the Huskies their first win over the Knights in nine years. 

Emmett moves on to Ridgevue for their fourth game of the season Sept. 18. Bishop Kelly will look to rebound against Nampa. 

Middleton 53, Homedale 28

The Vikings attacked the Trojans through the air, a strategy that paid huge dividends with quarterback Ky McClure lofting up 400 yards of offense and five touchdowns. 

Homedale struck first against its 4A opponent, but Middleton took complete control from then on, going all in on McClure’s arm and running the ball just a handful of times. 

Middleton stays in the Treasure Valley for their next game, taking on Vallivue Sept. 18 for its first SIC contest of the year. Homedale will host McCall-Donnelly Sept. 25. 

American Falls 38, Filer 33

With just 48 seconds left in regulation, the American Falls Beavers drove down the length of the field, capping off an 80-yard drive with a game-winning touchdown on Homecoming night. 

Filer moves on to Wood River Sept. 18, while the Beavers face Parma.

West Side 14, Marsh Valley 6

The defending 2A state champion Pirates once again proved why their defense might be the best in Idaho. 

With four forced turnovers, the Pirate defense was the saving grace for a West Side offense that struggled down the stretch, turning the ball over four times as well. Bryler Shurtliff, who put West Side on top 14-0 after a 58-yard touchdown reception, stifled a potential Marsh Valley comeback drive with an interception, his third of the night. 

The Eagles will look to end a two-game skid with a matchup against Sugar-Salem Sept. 18. West Side will be on the hunt for its fourth win of the season against Cole Valley Christian. 

Ririe 40, Valley 26

The Bulldogs secured their first win of the season, holding off the air-raid attack of Valley quarterback Rawlin Godfrey. The Viking signal-caller finished with 220 yards through the air on 39 passes, but the Bulldog offense held strong down the stretch. 

Ririe hosts Bear Lake Sept. 18. Valley hopes to snap its three-game losing streak against Melba. 

Genesee 48, Potlatch 30

The Bulldogs again proved why they’re one of the best northern squads, defeating the Loggers for the first time in two years. 

Quarterback Angus Jordan finished with 264 yards passing on 17 attempts, bolstering his team to a 48-24 lead at halftime and accounting for six touchdowns. But Potlatch persisted, scoring the game’s final two touchdowns.  

The 3-0 Bulldogs take on Clearwater Valley Sept 18. Potlatch will face Deary Sept. 18. 

Lakeside 42, Clark Fork 28

While the Knights came away with the victory Friday night, a projectile shot at the Lakeside team bus following the game made headlines. 

According to a Facebook post late Friday, a projectile shattered the window of the Lakeside bus, but no one was hurt. According to Idaho Education News, police are still investigating the incident. 

Prairie 54, Clearwater Valley 14

The reliable legs of Cole Martin were not at the Pirates’ disposal, but the Prairie offense continued to chug along undeterred. Brody Hasselstrom rushed for 276 yards, scoring four times in place of the Pirates’ star offensive weapon. 

The defending 1ADI state champions take on Timberline Sept. 18. The Rams will be tasked with attempting to stop the electric Genesee offense Sept. 18. 

Notus 26, Horseshoe Bend 16

The Pirates, down 8-6 in the first half, rattled off 20 unanswered points to take a 26-8 lead in the fourth quarter. 

Julian Gallegos helped lead a dominant Notus defense that smothered the Mustangs until a late touchdown by Colten Meyer softened the blowout. Kieran Miraz racked up nine tackles and sacked Meyer three times. Gallegos and Bernier also finished with a pair of sacks apiece, highlighting a Notus team that only suited up 15 players.

Notus moves on to Tri-Valley Sept. 18. Horseshoe Bend takes on Idaho City Sept. 18. 
 
 


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