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Weekly Football Rewind
Friday night gave football fans plenty of drama. Read up on all the action from Week 6
Published: 10/3/2020 1:57:33 PM
 


Skyview 27, Borah 13

The Hawks employed an efficient offensive attack, spoiling the Borah Lions’ first-ever home game on campus. 

The Hawks, thanks to running back Cade Salois, kept the Lions on their heels for most of the game. Salois gained 142 yards on the day, finding the end zone once. But his mere presence opened up downfield opportunities for quarterback Clayton Franssen, who threw for 173 yards and two touchdowns. 

Skyview will host Highland next Friday. Borah will take on Boise Oct. 9.

Eagle 49, Meridian 21

The Warriors did everything they could to preserve their potential perfect season, but a staunch Eagle defense helped hand Meridian its first loss of the season. 

Warrior quarterback Malakai Martinez aired it out 45 times for 264 yards and two scores in Meridian’s desperate attempt to knock off the Mustangs. Ben Ford and Jackson Stampfi accounted for six touchdowns for Eagle. Ford led the rushing attack and passing attack, accumulating 275 yards of total offense. 

Eagle closes out the regular season Oct. 16 against Centennial. Meridian’s last game of the season comes against Rocky Mountain Oct. 16.

Rigby 43, Idaho Falls 20

The Trojans got off to a slow start to a winless Tiger team. Meanwhile Idaho Falls went toe-to-toe with one of the state’s top 5A squads, showcasing a much improved roster since the start of the season. 

Rigby committed a pair of turnovers, one interception and a fumble, while committing 18 penalties for 180 yards. 

Tiger Adolpho finished with a pair of touchdowns and 263 yards through the air. Idaho Falls quarterback Skyler Olsen made the most of a tough matchup, throwing for 165 yards a three scores. 

Rigby will next visit Blackfoot Oct. 9. Idaho Falls will play Skyline Oct. 10. 

Moscow 28, Lewiston 20

A tough slate for the Bengals continued, as the Bears upset their 5A opponent inside the University of Idaho Kibbie Dome. 

For the first time in six years, Moscow defeated its North Idaho rival, as the Bears abandoned their run-heavy approach from a week ago. Quarterback Chad Redinger completed 16 passes for 289 yards, finding Jordan Elliss five times for 135 yards and the final score. 

Lewiston hosts Coeur d’Alene next week, while Moscow takes on Lakeland in the Kibbie Dome. 

Bishop Kelly 27, Middleton 23

The Knights looked dead in the water at halftime down 23-7, but scored 20 unanswered to shock the Vikings at home.

Seth Knothe ran for 182 yards as the Knights stormed back for a miraculous comeback with major postseason implications. Bishop Kelly also managed a safety in the second half. 

The Knights next play Caldwell Oct. 9. Middleton will play Emmett. 

Lakeland 20 Timberlake 13

The Hawks scored twice in the fourth quarter to pull away from their 3A opponent, as Ammon Munyer hauled in a 30-yard touchdown pass from Devon Suko for the dagger in a North Idaho showdown. 

Jon White put the Hawks in position with a pair of rushing touchdowns, gaining 89 yards total on the night. A bulk of that yardage came on his second score, a 55-yard sprint to the house. 

Lakeland will face Moscow next Friday. Timberlake plays Kellogg.

Nampa 35, Vallivue 28

The Falcons suffered their first loss of the season against a Nampa squad hellbent on taking down its conference rival. 

After a pair of three-and-outs, Nampa rebounded on offense, scoring on its next three possessions. The Falcons kept it close, but Issac Plew threw four touchdowns for the Bulldogs to put the game away late. Two of his touchdowns came in the fourth quarter. Plew found Jacob Butler from nine yards out with just 49 seconds left to break a 28-28 tie. 

Blackfoot 15, Hillcrest 14

Teegan Thomas pushed Blackfoot to victory on a game-winning two-point conversion. 

The Knights held Blackfoot scoreless through the second and third quarters, scoring 14 points in that timeframe themselves. But Ja’Vonte King hauled in a touchdown from 20 yards out from Jace Grimmett to put the Broncos within striking distance. 

That’s when Head Coach Jerrod Ackley decided to pull the trigger and attempt to win the game. And behind the legs of Thomas, Broncos kept their losses on the season at one. 

Pocatello 37, Burley 6

Indian quarterback Zach Park threw three touchdowns to lead Pocatello past Burley Friday. 

The Bobcat frontline had to go without center Austin Ochoa, replacing him with Nick Fowler. The Indian defense took advantage, as Luke Smith recovered a fumble and Matt Christensen tackled Judson Mathis in the end zone for a safety. 

Pocatello will play Shelley Oct. 9, while Burley plays Twin Falls. 

Marsh Valley 27, South Fremont 19

Heading into Friday, the Panthers had yet to drop a contest. Marsh Valley played spoiler against their 3A opponent, with Michael Belnap rushing for 133 yards on 18 carries. 

The Eagles led 21-7 at the break and never looked back, redeeming a previous two-game skid. 

Sugar-Salem 34, Preston 22

Kyzon Garner completed 10 of his 11 passes for 217 yards and three touchdowns, and even then the Diggers managed a close victory over the Indians. 

Ryan Harris added another 118 yards on the ground and a score, keeping the Diggers securely in the lead.

The defending 3A state champs will take on Teton next week. Preston will play Century. 

Weiser 70, Payette 7

The Wolverines had nine trips to the end zone Friday night, snapping a three-game losing streak. 

Willy Shirts rushed for 113 yards and three touchdowns, the most of the five different Weiser players to score on the ground. 

Weiser will look to keep the momentum Friday against McCall-Donnelly. Payette will take on Homedale. 

New Plymouth 44, Nampa Christian 28

The Pilgrims overcame a six-point deficit at halftime to defeat the Trojans, thanks to Javon Lindeman’s 127 yards on the ground and a pair of touchdowns. 

Lindeman also made an impact on the defense taking an interception all the way to the house for New Plymouth’s first lead of the game. 

The Pilgrims will host Melba next Friday, while Nampa Christian hosts Declo. 

Prairie 72, Kamiah 6

The Pirates continued their crusade through the 1A ranks, scoring 58 points in just the first half of Friday night’s game against the Kubs. 

Brody Hasselstrom carried the offense, rushing for 213 yards and six touchdowns. Quarterback Cole Schlader threw for 140 yards on just seven completions. 

Lighthouse 50, Murtaugh 16

The Lions bounced back from their worst defeat in years with a convincing win over the Red Devils. 

Lighthouse’s offense went lights out in the first half, scoring all 50 of its points in the first two quarters. Quarterback Collin Holloway threw for 167 yards on seven completions, throwing three touchdowns to Jack DeJong. Clay Silva also took two interceptions back for touchdowns. 

Mutaugh plays Raft River next Friday, while the Lions host Grace. 

North Gem 75, Hagerman 0

The Cowboys put out a one-man show, with Birdger Hatch scoring five times. 

Hatch completed 10 passes for 147 yards, hitting Austin Lloyd for four touchdowns. 

The Cowboys will take on Watersprings Oct. 16.

Mullan-St. Regis 50, Lakeside 34

Twenty-four fourth quarter points propelled the Tigers past Lakeside. 

Caleb Ball accounted for two four touchdowns, running it in from 10, five and 66 yards out. 

The Tigers will take on Clark Fork next Friday, while Lakeside plays Lapwai Oct. 16. 

Dietrich 56, Rockland 8

The Blue Devils continued to showcase an eclectic offense, preserving an undefeated record. 

Quarterback Brady Power threw for a pair of touchdowns, while Wes Shaw gained 93 yards on the ground.

The Blue Devils will look to go 7-0 next Friday at Hagerman. 

 
 


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