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Fall Sports Rewind | Oct. 7
Plenty of unpredictable Idaho preps action in the latest installment of the Weekly Rewind
Published: 10/7/2019 1:53:53 AM

5A Classification


Rocky Mountain 21, Timberline 0

Running back Jordan Erickson and the rest of the Grizzly squad held tight to their 18-game winning streak with a dominant win over the underpowered Wolves. Erickson finished with 15 carries for 61 yards and two touchdowns, while quarterback Colby Jackson added another touchdown through the air to Ty Tanner. The Grizzly defense also held Timberline quarterback Andy Peters to just 57 yards.

Mountain View 57, Skyview 10

The Mavs excelled in all three phases Friday, with the offense churning out 474 yards. Kayden Chan got the job done on special teams, scoring on a 69-yard punt return, adding to his previous stockpile of two offensive touchdowns. Chan ended the night catching six balls for 138 yards, making it easy on quarterback Jake Farris, who notched 247 yards and three touchdowns, missing just a single pass in his 11 attempts.

Eagle 63, Boise 14

The Brave and Mustangs might as well have stayed in the locker room at halftime. Up 56-0 after two quarters, Eagle cruised with ease through the final half of play, scoring with nine different players. Quarterback Ben Ford found daylight on the ground with a 26-yard run to open the floodgates, while the Mustang defense shut the door on Boise with two interceptions returned for touchdowns.

Highland 31, Thunder Ridge 6

The Rams have owned District 5-6 for 27 games now, with their latest opponent failing to even gain 10 yards in the first half. Thunder Ridge failed to overcome a first down-less two quarters, and was forced to watch as Highland ran right over the top of their defense. The Rams, led by Kaleb Demuzio, accumulated 265 yards on the ground.

Coeur d’Alene 35, Central Valley 13

Drawing up a successful scheme against a talented running back is difficult enough. But three? Forget about it. Central Valley found out the hard way how versatile the Viking offense could be, as Brennan Crawford, Trent Elstad and Gunner Guilio ran wild against their out-of-state foe. Despite losing two fumbles, Coeur d’Alene managed to outgain Central Valley by 257 yards, with Crawford gaining 70 yards on just eight carries.

Boys Soccer

Ahead of their final regular season match, Thunder Ridge averages the lowest points allowed per game in 5A competition. The Titans are coming off three straight shutouts against Blackfoot, Rigby and Highland, all conference opponents.

Girls Soccer

While Thunder Ridge owns the backline in boys 5A soccer, the Timberline girls’ defense has crushed opposing frontlines. The Wolves will end the regular season with a matchup against Borah, looking to add to their 11 shutouts this season. 

4A Classification


Kuna 34, Vallivue 28

For many Treasure Valley football fans, this game had been marked on the calendar for weeks. The hype proved real in an electric game between the Kavemen and Falcons, but once the final whistles blew, Kuna found itself out to its best start since 1991.

The Falcons kept pace for most of the game after falling behind early 14-0, thanks in large part to the diversity of all-around athlete Lan Larison. The Falcon quarterback ran for 179 yards and two touchdowns, while also spending time at running back and receiver as Head Coach Layne Coffin pulled out all the stops in an attempt to upset the top 4A SIC team. But quarterback Sean Austin proved too clutch for Vallivue, as the Kavemen’s leading man gained 265 yards through the air, while Jon Edwards balanced the attack with 151 rushing yards and provided the winning touchdown run with just over four minutes remaining.

Nampa 56, Columbia 12

Quarterback Donavon Estrada scored five touchdowns for the No. 2 Bulldogs, highlighted by a 54-yard scamper and score. Nampa finished with 467 yards of offense while holding Columbia to 198. The Bulldogs hit the gas early, going up 42-0 at halftime.

Bishop Kelly 49, Caldwell 0

Knight quarterback Beau Nelson hit every one of his 10 passes Friday, two of which landed in the end zone. Bishop Kelly averaged 7.6 yards against the winless Cougars. Ian Arellano and Jackson Huskey piled on the points with two rushing touchdowns each, while the defense forced three turnovers.

Blackfoot 27, Skyline 20

The Broncos survived a potential trap game, as Teegan Thomas ran for 263 yards for Blackfoot. The Broncos finished the first half ahead 20-7, but a gritty Grizzly offense managed to wear down the Blackfoot defense, tying the game at 20 in the fourth quarter. Thomas saved his best for last, sprinting 70 yards for the late game winner.

Lewiston 28, Moscow 24

The Bears came one deflected pass away from a 5A upset late Friday night. Moscow receiver Ben Postell hit the highpoint in the end zone as time expired, but Lewiston’s Garrett Creviston and Wade Ahlers got just enough paw on the ball to knock it free. Moscow went in to halftime with a 21-14 lead, but the Bengals scored 14 in the fourth quarter while holding the Bears scoreless, leading to a desperation drive by Moscow to end the game.

Boys Soccer

Century lost just twice in the 2019 season, but both losses occurred just a match apart in the final stretch. The Diamondbacks fell to Wood River and Canyon Ridge in late September, interluded with a 2-0 win over Burley. But Century rebounded in its final two matches, defeating Pocatello 4-0 and Mountain Home 2-1 to close out the season.

Girls Soccer

The Bruins would not be denied down the stretch, as Twin Falls put together an absolute clinic to close out 2019. Twice the Bruins reached double digits, with a 13-0 shutout against Burley and a 16-0 showing against Minico. Meanwhile, the Twin Falls backline allowed an average of 0.88 goals per match on the season and allowed just 10 goals in the month of September, finishing the season without losing a single match.

3A Classification


Homedale 65, Vale 12

In a tight Snake River Conference, the Trojans kept their lead alive with a diverse offensive attack against Vale. With 565 total yards, Homedale called upon the likes of Daniel Uranga, Nelson Lomeli and Karsen Freelove to cement their team's conference standing. Uranga finished with three touchdown passes while Freelove ran free with 163 yards and another two scores.

Weiser 35, Fruitland 0

In order to keep pace with Homedale, Weiser needed a decisive victory Friday, and thanks to quarterback Brett Spencer, the Wolverines received just that. Spencer found paydirt three times, generating three touchdowns for his team while tossing another score to Caleb Harris. The win marks Weiser's first against Fruitland since 2005, as the Wolverines continue to protect their undefeated 2019 record.

Gooding 58, Buhl 0

Senator quarterback Shane Jennings hit five touchdowns in Gooding’s romp over Buhl. Jonathon Carpenter held fast in the run game with 113 yards, followed closely by Jennings, who gained 79. Receiver Colston Loveland hauled in seven passes for 86 yards and accounted for three of Jennings’ touchdowns.

Teton 12, Snake River 6

While Snake River sat outside the top five in the statewide media poll, the Panthers still entered Friday’s game as likely favorites against Teton. But an unpredictable weather front preceded an unpredictable game, as the Panthers found themselves upset in the midst of an early-October blizzard. Two first half touchdowns kept Teton alive for the rest of the defensive showdown, as both teams slipped and slid through an otherwise sloppy contest.

Boys Soccer

Sun Valley is known for its perennial regular season dominance, and 2019 proved no different. The Cutthroats rebounded from an opening 2-0 loss to Canyon Ridge, going 11-0-1 since then. Sun Valley will have to face Wendell and Buhl to close out the season, as the Cutthroats will be looking to reestablish its winning ways after fighting to a draw against Bliss Saturday.

Girls Soccer

Speaking of undefeated, the CDA Charter Panthers have a perfect streak at stake Wednesday and Thursday. The Panthers haven’t been scored on in league play since Sept. 12, but have a 5A matchup against Lewiston on the agenda for Wednesday. The Bengals are on a 10-match slide in which they have scored just two goals in that period. The Panthers, meanwhile, have yet to score less than five goals all year.

2A Classification


West Side 32, Malad 7

In most games, winning the turnover battle is crucial, but not always necessary. But six turnovers can all but end a game, as Malad discovered in a mistake-ridden contest the Dragons would sooner forget. West Side quarterback Ryan Beckstead scored twice through the air, aided in field position by a Pirate defense that came up with three picks and three fumble recoveries.

Bear Lake 40, Soda Springs 0

Special teams and defense helped the Bears secure their third shutout of the season. An opening kickoff return for a touchdown preluded a dominant one-sided game from Bear Lake.

Melba 56, Nampa Christian 6

No. 5 Melba zipped past Nampa Christian with ease on the back of Zane Helm’s impressive night. The Mustang running back tallied 173 yards and a touchdown, while Easton Bunnell followed suit with another 147 yards and four touchdowns.

St. Maries 33, Bonners Ferry 14

The Lumberjack offense put together a ground-and-pound clinic against Bonners Ferry, as quarterback Eli Gibson found 150 yards and three touchdowns on the ground. The Lumberjacks host Grangeville next week for an important Central Idaho Conference matchup.

1ADI Classification


Lost Rivers 20, Oakley 14

The matchup between the undefeated Pirates and Hornets failed to disappoint, as first-year Lost Rivers upset the division’s top-ranked team. The Pirates won ugly, with a blocked punt and a strong defensive front leading the way in lieu of any offensive fireworks. Quarterback Bridger Hansen scored the final touchdown of the game, putting the Pirates ahead and forcing Oakley to attempt a desperate — and ultimately failed — Hail Mary.

Prairie 44, Potlatch 0

The undefeated Pirates owe quite a bit to the offensive duo of Owen Anderson and Cole Schlader. The pair orchestrated three touchdowns each for the Prairie offense in a valuable Whitepine League win.

Glenns Ferry 36, Valley 28

The defending state champions found themselves in a bind against a surprising foe Friday night. The Glenns Ferry Pilots leaned on quarterback Tanner Martinez to whether the tough Viking defense, and to great avail. Martinez finished with two rushing touchdowns and a passing touchdown. The Pilot defense held Valley to a single touchdown in the second half en route to just their second win of the season following four straight losses.

1ADII Classification


Lighthouse Christian 51, Murtaugh 16

The Lions tallied 349 yards of offense in their blowout over the Red Devils. The Sawtooth Conference matchup saw Lighthouse Christian quarterback Collin Holloway go 14 for 22 with three touchdowns, while also nabbing a pick-six on defense.

Kendrick 52, Lewis County 0

Injuries can prove especially detrimental to eight-man football teams. Kendrick managed to defy the odds against Lewis County, posting its second shutout of the season despite the absence of Cooper Hewett, Chase Burke and Alex Sneve. In their absence, Kendrick Jagger Hewett quarterback led the offense to 180 yards through the air in his first career start as a Tiger. Chad Facey, meanwhile, gained 95 yards on the ground and Kolby Anders picked up the rest with two touchdowns.

Lakeside 56, Wallace 6

The Knights made quick work of the Miners thanks to quarterback Tucker Sanchez’s four total touchdowns. Lakeside’s offensive leader tallied three scores through the air while Jayson Hall notched a 23-yard touchdown run and a pick six. Alberto Arroyo made use of the ground and passing game, coming up with more than 100 yards in both.


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