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Week Eight HS Football Rewind
Middleton won a thriller in overtime over Vallivue to keep its SIC title hopes alive. Read up on what else happened last week.
Published: 10/15/2018 11:31:33 AM

-Despite being one of the youngest teams in the state at the 5A classification, Post Falls sealed up a trip to the playoffs with a 34-28 victory over Lewiston. Post Falls starts six juniors and three sophomores on the offensive side of the ball alone. Derek Pearse threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to sophomore Cole Rutherford on the first possession of overtime. The Trojans then shut down the Bengals offense on their drive to hold on. Eli Gondo ran 33 times for 139 yards and two touchdowns in the win. Coeur d’Alene remained unbeaten in conference and overall with a 69-14 defeat of Lake City. The Vikings and Trojans will meet up this Friday night in Post Falls for the 5A IEL title. Each team is already locked into a playoff berth.

-Rocky Mountain won the 5A SIC title with a 42-23 win over Skyview. Nick Romano ran for 209 yards and four touchdowns. Skyview plays Meridian on Friday and can secure a playoff berth with a win in that one.

-Eagle quarterback Ben Ford put up a stat line you don’t see very often in a 36-32 win over Capital on Thursday. The speedy sophomore ran for 319 yards and three touchdowns, plus an additional 77 passing yards and a score via the air. The difference in the game was a 67-yard touchdown scamper from Ford with 6:10 left in the fourth quarter.

-Boise snapped a 16-game losing streak dating back to 2016 with a 34-29 victory over crosstown-foe Timberline. Quarterback Carson Bohning and receiver Cole Alton connected ten times for 137 yards and two touchdowns on the night. Bohning finished with 284 yards and four touchdowns.

-Highland continued its dominance over conference foes with a 24-14 win over Madison to extend its winning streak against 5A District 5-6 opponents to 25 games. Landon Demuzio ran 17 times for 105 yards and two touchdowns in the win for the Rams, who play Rigby this week with the conference title on the line. 

-Centennial kept its playoff hopes alive by upending Borah 37-35 on a Dayne Koch 28-yard field goal with 15 seconds left. Koch also threw for 221 yards and three touchdowns.

-Middleton put an exclamation point at the end of a 41-35 overtime thriller when Dallas Hagler found Tyler Robinett in the end zone to seal the deal and keep the Vikings conference title hopes alive. Hagler threw for 240 yards and was helped out immensely with a strong ground performance from Jake Tuckett, who carried 24 times for 144 yards and two touchdowns. Nampa beat Emmett 49-0, meaning the Bulldogs, Vikings and Bishop Kelly all have a shot at the conference crown heading into the final weekend.

-By knocking off Minico 31-15, Century won the Great Basin west pod title and will head to state as seed 4-5A. Jackson Yearsley had a huge night for the Diamondbacks with 160 yards on 25 carries. Yearsley also added four touchdowns on the ground.

-Idaho Falls running back Cam Conrad extended his streak of 100-yard rushing performances in every game this year by going for 208 yards and two touchdowns in a 40-14 win over Shelley, keeping the Tigers in great positioning to secure a playoff spot with a win against Bonneville on Thursday.

-Sandpoint further muddied the picture in the 4A IEL by knocking off Lakeland 34-19 on the road. Dillon Mitton had 140 yards and three touchdowns to lead the way for the Bulldogs. Heading into the final week of the season all three teams are still in the mix for the two playoff spots out of the league, with Sandpoint playing a non-conference game against Lethbridge and Lakeland taking on Moscow on the road.

-Preston will be heading to the playoffs for the first time since 2011 after a 40-20 win over Pocatello. The boys from Preston and 6-foot-7-inch quarterback Ty Hyde jumped out to a 28-7 lead and did not look back, as Hyde threw for 270 yards and three touchdowns on the night. The Indians will be seed 4-5E at state and play at seed 3A in the first round. 

-We would be wise to not leave Allamar Alexander off our list of notable performances this week after he had another massive night on the ground in a 52-21 Columbia win over Ridgevue. The star running back went for 319 yards and four touchdowns over 29 carries to keep his team right in the playoff mix. 

-American Falls had not defeated Snake River since 2008, a losing streak which came to a screeching halt on Friday when the Beavers knocked off the Panthers 32-28 to clinch a playoff spot. Wyatt Kearn ran for 92 yards and a touchdown in the win for American Falls, which plays Marsh Valley this week for the district championship. 

-Cole Eiguren had a big night for Fruitland in a 56-6 blowout win over Parma. Eiguren threw for 232 yards and three touchdowns and ran for an additional 108 yards and three more touchdowns for the Grizzlies.

-As you would expect in a rivalry game, South Fremont did not make it easy for Sugar-Salem in a 27-13 win for the Diggers. Sugar-Salem quarterback Tanner Harris had a hand in all four touchdowns for his team, rushing for three scores and throwing a 7-yarder to Ethan Warner in the second quarter. The win gives Sugar-Salem a bye in the first round of the playoffs prior to taking on seed 5A in the quarterfinals.

-Gooding and Kimberly blanked each of their opponents on their way to a combined 116-0 score on Friday. Kimberly shutout Buhl 67-0 with 359 rushing yards in the win and Gooding handled Wendell 49-0 behind a balanced offensive attack, which saw quarterback Shane Jennings throw for 257 yards and four touchdowns and running back Cade Morris rush for 116 yards and two touchdowns. Cayden Loveland added three more receiving scores after a big week last week to keep his strong season going. The Senators and Bulldogs will face each other for the district title on Friday night on 

-Timberlake clinched the 3A IML title with a 32-6 win at Kellogg. Kellogg and Priest River face each other this week and will be battling for the second spot out of the district. Timberlake rounds out its regular season against Bonners Ferry, which Priest River defeated 20-6 last week. 

-North Fremont won the Nuclear Conference by defeating Firth 29-0. Garrett Hawkes was a busy man, running for 184 yards and four touchdowns on the night. Hawkes also threw for 105 yards as the Huskies threw the ball well when they needed to.

-Aberdeen quarterback Matthew Klassen had a huge night running against Soda Springs, racing for 328 yards and five touchdowns on 19 opportunities. The Tigers won the game 44-6 and appear to be heading in the right direction as they approach the playoffs. West Side defeated Bear Lake 53-6 in their game this week to remain unbeaten. 

-New Plymouth won the 2A Western Idaho Conference by defeating Cole Valley Christian 22-10. The Pilgrims ball-control offense and tough, stingy defense have caused problems for opponents in recent weeks, as the last three teams to face Dallan Rupp’s team (Marsing, McCall-Donnelly and Cole Valley Christian) have scored a combined 17 points.

-Grangeville won the 2A Central Idaho League and remained undefeated with a 52-27 win over Orofino. Brandon Stump ran for three touchdowns and 67 yards in the win for the Bulldogs. 

-A broken hand does not seem to be the type of thing that will slow down Declo quarterback McKay Breshears, who threw for 352 yards and five touchdowns in a 54-14 win over Filer. Traver Larsen added two more interceptions to his season total of seven on the other side of the ball for the Hornets, who remain undefeated.

-According to the Lewiston Tribune, Prairie outgained Kamiah 504-7 in a 62-0 win. The Pirates can clinch the White Pine League championship with a win over Clearwater Valley this week. Damian Forsmann stepped in to play quarterback last week for Prairie and was 13-18 for 261 yards and three touchdowns. Carson Schmidt had two sacks to lead the defense for the Pirates.

-Wilder handed Idaho City its first loss of the season with a 28-20 final, the exact same score as earlier this season when Idaho City defeated Wilder 28-20 at home. The two teams each sit at 3-1 in conference now with games remaining against Rimrock and Notus. If each team ends up tied at the end of the season the tiebreaker to determine the higher seed at state is a coin flip. 

-Oakley is getting closer to full strength again after returning Chandler Jones, Josh Nyman and Tate Cranney in a 44-14 win over Grace. Despite playing with a knee with a broken bone in it and no ACL, Cranney went 8-12 passing for 161 yards and four touchdowns. Conference foes Raft River and Valley also won league games, while Challis shutout Clark-Watersprings 47-0 in non-conference action. 

-Potlatch’s Justin Nicholson had a huge night in a 40-26 win against Genesee. Nicholson threw for 295 yards and had four total touchdowns for the Loggers. 

-Clearwater Valley won 50-0 against Troy and Lapwai beat Wallace 56-0 in a game that lasted just one half. Combined with the Kamiah loss to Prairie, there is now a three-way tie for second place in the White Pine League at 4-1. Kamiah plays both Clearwater Valley and Lapwai in the final two weeks, which should make for an exciting finish to the year. 

-There are a lot of impressive performances from last week, but Salmon River’s Canyon Harper may take the cake after rushing for 468 yards and seven touchdowns on 51 carries in a 58-22 conference win against Garden Valley. Harper and the Savages can win the Long Pin Conference title with a win against Tri-Valley this week.

-Eight of the ten players on the Camas County roster scored points in a 72-12 Mushers win over Castleford. Seven of those players got on the board via touchdowns, with the other reaching the end zone on a two-point conversion. Remington Kramer and Jaydon Rossman had three touchdowns each in the win.

-Carey remained unbeaten by handling Murtaugh 50-6. Porter Mecham had 182 yards and two touchdowns rushing and Carson Simpson had two total touchdowns and 97 rushing yards. The Panthers forced the Red Devils to turn the ball over five times on the night.

-Playing with backup quarterback Talon Alexander under center, Kendrick won its rivalry game against Deary 42-14. Cooper Hewett stepped up in a big way as well with four touchdowns in the win. Hewett had 184 rushing yards on his touchdown scores alone, displaying his big play ability time after time to help his Tigers remain undefeated.

-North Gem defeated Rockland 36-8 behind three Bronx Holbrook’s three receiving scores and Chance Williams’ two touchdown runs. The Cowboys have won the conference championship and will host a playoff game in the first round.

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