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Week Nine HS Football Rewind
Tyler Crowe and Skyview put up 70 in a win over Meridian. What else was on our radar this week?
Published: 10/21/2018 2:20:08 PM

You can check out all the teams that clinched playoff spots last week on our updated brackets.


-The term offensive explosion gets thrown around quite often, but in the 70-50 Skyview win over Meridian on Friday that phrase quite literally happened. Skyview finished the night with 865 yards and Meridian totaled 552. Plenty of players can be signaled out from this one, but Tyler Crowe was all over the state sheet for the Hawks in particular, rushing for 457 yards and six touchdowns on 37 carries. And oh by the way, he also caught five passes for 112 yards and a touchdown. Both teams have playoff games this week, as Skyview is at Post Falls and Meridian travels to Madison.

-Lewiston secured an at-large playoff spot by knocking off Lake City 41-7. Dual-threat quarterback Tyson Wallace had a huge night going 9-11 for 194 yards via the air and rushing for 103 more. He ended up with four touchdowns in the win, including two passes to Connor Spencer. 

-Coeur d’Alene won the 5A Inland Empire League title with a 28-13 victory over Post Falls. Despite losing 30 seniors from last year, the Trojans gave the Vikings a tough battle in a game that was tight throughout. Coeur d’Alene was led by three Shilo Morgan touchdown runs and a 23-29 passing performance with 216 yards for Kale Edwards. The Vikings have a bye past the first round of the playoffs. Post Falls welcomes in Skyview on Friday night. 

-Highland took the 5A District 5-6 title for the sixth year in a row with a 41-22 handling of Rigby. Kobe Tracy was on point for the Rams going 23-32 passing for 262 yards and four touchdowns. Landon Demuzio made a major difference on the ground and on pass receptions in this one, hauling in eight passes for 91 yards and three touchdowns and running for 122 yards and a score. Carter Fellows had two interceptions for Highland, which has a bye this week. Rigby was eliminated from playoff contention with the loss. 

-Mountain View’s Joey Elwell was efficient in a 56-24 Mavericks win over Timberline, running just four times and getting into the end zone on three of those carries. The win secured the number two seed out of district three for Judd Benedick’s team, which gets a bye in week one of the playoffs. 

-5A SIC teams Capital, Rocky Mountain and Eagle all won their final regular season games as well. Capital plays Borah on Friday at Dona Larsen Park, while Eagle hosts Lewiston the same night. Rocky Mountain gets a first round bye as conference champions.

-In a game that looked like it would be tight on paper, Vallivue handed Nampa its second loss of the season by a score of 56-26. Lan Larison ran for 202 yards and ended up with five total touchdowns in the win. Jayden Moran had a busy night with three touchdowns and an interception as well, and Carson Child ran seven times for 179 yards for the Falcons. Vallivue plays at Moscow this week and Nampa hosts Mountain Home.

-Columbia won a tight thriller over Middleton 36-31 to spoil the Vikings conference championship aspirations and in the process secure a playoff spot for themselves. Allamar Alexander was a busy man with 42 carries for 288 yards and four touchdowns. Jeremiah Brent’s 14-yard touchdown reception was the game-winning tally for the Wildcats, who play Century at Holt Arena on Friday. Middleton welcomes Blackfoot to the Treasure Valley for its first round game.

-Leading 28-7 with 4:57 remaining in the fourth quarter, Moscow had to fend off a furious late rally by the Lakeland Hawks to hold on 28-21, clinching the Bears the 4A Inland Empire League crown. Lakeland had the ball in the red zone with 16 seconds left. Jacob Gray deflected an interception right to teammate Logan Shears, who hauled it in to secure the win for Moscow, which hosts Vallivue in the first round of the playoffs this week. Chad Redinger had two touchdown runs for the Bears.

-Eastern Idaho teams Pocatello, Century, Idaho Falls, Blackfoot, Skyline and Hillcrest all won in the final week of the regular season, with the Tigers and Broncos both securing playoff spots in the process. Century, Skyline and Hillcrest already had their seeds solidified entering the week.

-In the 13-7 Skyline win over Madison, Brigham Castillow of the Grizzlies forced a fumble and hauled in an interception, helping his team finish the regular season 7-2 ahead of a 2017 4A title game rematch with Minico this week. Madison hosts Meridian.

-Oakley Hussey (128 yards) and Trae Henry (108 yards) each eclipsed the century mark rushing for Hillcrest in the 40-6 Knights win over Thunder Ridge. Hillcrest hosts Sandpoint this Friday in the first round. Not to be outdone, Idaho Falls running back Cam Conrad had 211 yards and four touchdowns in a 59-32 win over Bonneville.

-Twin Falls running back Jarod Perry ran 34 times for 141 yards and two touchdowns in a 27-21 win over Minico. Bruins starting quarterback Nick Swensen was hurt during the game and was seen on crutches on the sideline with an ice pack on his right foot according to Chase Glorfield of the Times-News. 

-Canyon Ridge and Caldwell won their first games of the season in the final week. The Riverhawks defeated Wood River 56-36 and the Cougars knocked off Mountain Home 21-13. 

-Every time Kimberly and Gooding play each other you expect a tight contest. The 2018 edition did not disappoint, with the Bulldogs coming out on top 33-26 thanks to a one-yard touchdown run from defensive lineman Brant Etherington with 12 seconds left. McKade Huft ran for 179 yards and two touchdowns in the win as well. Kimberly hosts Teton this week and Gooding welcomes in American Falls. 

-Marsh Valley is 3A District 5 champions for the first time since 2011 after a 69-0 blanking of American Falls. The Eagles scored on all but one of their 11 offensive drives, thanks in large part to the running efforts of Payton Campbell (17 carries, 243 yards and four touchdowns) and Zayne Damron (7 carries, 64 yards and two touchdowns). Marsh Valley held American Falls to just 79 yards of offense and will move on to play Sugar-Salem in the quarterfinals in two weeks. American Falls heads to Gooding for a first round game on Thursday night.

-Kellogg defeated Priest River 29-6 to secure the second playoff berth out of the 3A Intermountain League and Timberlake blew out Bonners Ferry 55-6 to head into a bye week on a high note. Kellogg takes on Fruitland on the road Saturday at noon mountain time in the first round of the playoffs. Timberlake gets a week off prior to a quarterfinal game against either Weiser or South Fremont at home.

-Eight different players ran for touchdowns and Tanner Harris threw for two more in Sugar-Salem’s 79-3 win at Parma. The Diggers led 36-3 after one quarter of play and never looked back, holding the Panthers to just 47 yards on 44 plays, including negative yardage in the rushing category. The Diggers get a bye past the first round at state before playing Marsh Valley in two weeks.

-Homedale earned the 3A Snake River Valley Conference title with a 40-17 road win at Weiser. Mason Kincheloe was strong again with 199 yards and three touchdowns for the Trojans, who get a bye past the first round in the 3A playoffs. Weiser is at Holt Arena against South Fremont on Thursday in the first round.

-South Fremont clinched the second automatic berth out of the 3A Mountain Rivers Conference by defeating Teton 46-9 at home. The Cougars play Weiser on Thursday at Holt Arena and Teton was selected as the at-large team for 3A and travels to Kimberly in the first round.

-The game of the week in the 2A ranks took place in St. Maries, where visiting Orofino clinched the second automatic berth out of the Central Idaho League with a 32-26 overtime win over the Lumberjacks. Marc Taitano had two touchdown runs and 109 yards, including the game-winner in overtime. A 71-yard pass from Aurelio Morales to Brayden Turcott forced the game into the extra period. The Maniacs play host to Cole Valley Christian this Friday night. St. Maries heads to New Plymouth for an early 4 p.m. MT kick.

-Melba shocked New Plymouth 36-34 in the final regular season game for each team. Mustangs quarterback Dallin Forsgren threw three touchdowns and finished with 249 yards, while Scotty Martinez ran two in for touchdowns. The Mustangs head to McCall-Donnelly in a rematch of a tight conference game from earlier this season in the playoffs on Friday. New Plymouth hosts St. Maries.

-Roman Conder and Dylan Krogh had huge nights for Cole Valley Christian in a 54-23 win over Nampa Christian. Conder went to the air for 257 yards and four touchdowns, while Krogh caught nine passes for 180 yards. The Chargers play at Orofino in the first round, while Nampa Christian elected to not accept its berth as an at-large to the playoffs. When asked by Greg Lee of the Idaho Press why the Trojans decline to participate, Idaho High School Activities Association Executive Director Ty Jones said, “I have no idea why. I spoke to their athletic director (Tina Pelkey) and she told me they don’t agree … to paraphrase ... what she told me is they don’t agree they should be in the playoffs.”

-Four teams enter the 2A playoffs undefeated, as Declo, North Fremont and West Side all won in the final week of the regular season. Grangeville had a bye and also enters unblemished. 

-In West Side’s 42-12 win over Soda Springs, Enoch Ward set the single year touchdown record for West Side High School with four scores, giving him 20 for the year. 

-Valley and Oakley clinched playoff berths with wins, leaving Raft River and Challis left to battle for the remaining spot out of the Snake River Conference heading into the final week of the season. No team knows its seed as of yet. 

-Lapwai locked up the second seed out of the White Pine League with a 60-8 blowout win over Kamiah. Payton Sobotta threw for 231 yards and five touchdowns in the win for the Wildcats. Tui Moliga also reached the end zone four times and Kendall Leighton caught two touchdown passes. Lapwai will play host to either Wilder or Idaho City in the quarterfinals in a game which will take place either at Lapwai or the Kibbie Dome.

-We wouldn’t be doing our job here if we did not highlight the performance that Justin Nicholson had for Potlatch in the Loggers 70-14 win over Troy this week. Nicholson was responsible for eight touchdowns on the night, including five on the ground and one on a return off a free-kick following a safety. 

-The Valley at Challis game was expected to be the game of the week and it lived up to the billing, with the Vikings from Hazelton scoring a late touchdown on a 30-yard pass from Jason Hardy to Nic Anderson to win 50-46. Hardy led the way all night for Valley, which clinched a playoff spot with the win, throwing for 306 yards and running for 160 more. He ended the night with three rushing touchdowns and one through the air.

-Prairie sealed a White Pine League title by defeating Clearwater Valley 54-8, holding the Rams to less than 100 yards of offense. Caleb McWilliams ran for three touchdowns in the win for the Pirates.

-Idaho City and Wilder stayed on path for what seems like an inevitable coin flip to decide the conference champion with convincing wins over Rimrock and Notus. The Wildcats play Rimrock and Wilder takes on Notus this week. If each team wins this week the tiebreaker is the flip of a coin, which will tell us which team will host and which team will have to travel for the first round. The loser of the flip would play Lapwai on the road and the winner of the flip would play seed 4-5-6C at home.  

-Rockland is headed to the playoffs after a 52-30 win over Clark-Watersprings. Spencer Permann threw for four touchdown passes in the win, three of which went to Pratt Matthews. Matthews finished with five catches on the night for 113 yards. Zach Hunter also ran for 108 yards and a touchdown for the Bulldogs, which play at Lighthouse Christian on Thursday night.

-Carey had the two-headed monster working well out of the backfield in a 66-28 win over Dietrich. Carson Simpson ran 21 times for 206 yards and Porter Mecham ran 21 times as well for 190 yards. Perhaps the most impressive stat line of the night came for Mecham on defense, where he made 12 tackles and brought down Dietrich quarterbacks for sacks on four separate occasions. The Panthers play host to the Mushers of Camas County this week and Dietrich is at North Gem.

-Salmon River and Deary will meet up in the 1AD2 quarterfinals after the Savages beat Tri-Valley 44-14 and the Mustangs knocked off Clark Fork 56-24 to each secure playoff berths.

-In the Salmon River win over Tri-Valley, Canyon Harper ran for 323 yards and three touchdowns. Randy McClure had a huge night as well with five catches for 104 yards and three touchdowns. 

-Lighthouse Christian quarterback Collin Holloway had another big night in a 60-6 win over Camas County. Holloway went 9-16 via the air for 191 yards and four touchdowns. The Lions play Rockland at home on Thursday this week and Camas County is at Carey.


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