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State Football Tournament Rewind | Nov. 4
Gutsy gunslingers and stifling defenses highlighted the first round of the Idaho state football tournament
Published: 11/3/2019 10:49:49 PM

5A Classification

Eagle 51, Capital 32

Quarterback Mason McHugh lit the Eagle offense on fire with seven total touchdowns. McHugh’s six passing touchdowns tied former Eagle quarterback Tanner Mangum’s single-game record from 2011, as the Mustangs’ leading man finished with 379 yards. Receiver Dalton Mashore helped make the record night possible, catching five of McHugh’s passes for 137 yards and three touchdowns. Eagle advances to Friday’s 7 p.m. matchup at Rigby.

Highland 31, Madison 13

The Rams righted the ship after back-to-back losses to close out the regular season. Highland’s Dylan Jester picked off Madison quarterback Easton Cordero as the Bobcats were looking to cut the Rams’ lead to a single possession. Jester took the pick 92 yards to the house, propelling his team into the second round of the playoffs. Highland squares off against Borah 7 p.m. Friday at Dona Larsen Park in Boise.

Mountain View 58, Lake City 0

The Mavericks dominated both sides of the ball, excelling to 508 yards of offense while holding Lake City to just 98. Running back Steven Butler totaled three touchdowns for Mountain View, while quarterback Jake Farris missed one pass in 12 attempts, throwing for 260 yards and two touchdowns. The Mavericks will face Coeur d'Alene 7 p.m. Friday.

Timberline 19, Post Falls 7

The Wolves turned 2019 on its head, winning key games down the stretch and earning an at-large bid to state. Timberline didn’t squander the unique opportunity, winning its first playoff game in school history after travelling across the state to Post Falls. The Wolf defense shut out the Trojans in the second half, while quarterback Andy Peters and running back Taylor Marcum scored their team’s only rushing touchdowns.

4A Classification

Vallivue 41, Skyline 0

The Falcons iced Skyline’s hopes of a home-field playoff win. Quarterback Lan Larison ran for three touchdowns and threw for one more, while running back Carson Child added another score on the ground. Vallivue takes on 4A Southern Idaho Conference champion Kuna 7 p.m. Friday.

Blackfoot 40, Sandpoint 6

The Broncos stormed past visiting Sandpoint, going up 33-0 in the first half. Four different Blackfoot players scored touchdowns on the night, with Bowen Robinson putting up 19 points on a trio of runs to close out the game. The Broncos will host Minico 6 p.m. Friday.

Middleton 13, Moscow 3

The Vikings prevailed in a North Idaho slugfest, with Trenton Johansen scoring the only offensive touchdown. Jerry Kiser took an interception 90 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter, sealing a defensive victory for Middleton. The Vikings will host Jerome 7 p.m. Friday.

Bishop Kelly 50, Canyon Ridge 7

The Knights lit up the scoreboard thanks to four forced turnovers. The offense took advantage of each opportunity, with Ian Arellano and Jackson Huskey combining for 226 yards on the ground and four touchdowns. Bishop Kelly visits the Nampa Bulldogs 7 p.m. Friday.

Jerome 41, Hillcrest 34

Garrett Elison scored five touchdowns for the Tigers, highlighted by an 81-yard fumble return, pulling his team from a 14-point deficit. After winning a home playoff game for the first time in 23 years, Jerome will advance to the next round for a game against Middleton 7 p.m. Friday.  

Kuna 56, Pocatello 27

The Kavemen jumped out to a 28-0 lead, holding the Indians to just one touchdown in the first half. Quarterback Sean Austin threw for 258 yards and three touchdowns, while Ty Cobb and Jon Edwards kickstarted the ground game with four scores between them. The undefeated Kavemen increased their 2019 win total to 10 and will host Vallivue 7 p.m. Friday.

Minico 47, Preston 21

There was no stopping Rylan Chandler in the first round of the playoffs, as the Minico running back scored a whopping seven touchdowns against an overwhelmed Preston defense. The Spartans visit Blackfoot 6 p.m. Friday.

Nampa 55, Century 48

Friday’s final game proved to be a late-night shootout, with Donavon Estrada sprinting 71 yards for the game-winning score with 28 seconds left on the Holt Arena clock. Estrada finished the game with 397 yards on the ground and six touchdowns, while throwing for an additional 141 yards. Nampa hosts Bishop Kelly 7 p.m. Friday.

3A Classification

Weiser 28, Marsh Valley 13

Pro tip for future Weiser opponents: stick to the ground game. The Wolverines allowed not a single yard passing against Marsh Valley, as the Eagles failed to connect on any of their seven attempted passes. Four different players scored for Weiser, as Jack Burke, Brett Spencer and Ande Jensen punched it in on the ground. The Wolverines visit Timberlake 1 p.m. Saturday.

Teton 33, Kellogg 8

Teton relied heavily on the run game against Kellogg, with quarterback Dusty Hess, along with running back Spencer Kasbaum, finding the end zone. A strong defensive front led by Carson Marshall and James Fullmer puts Teton in the second round, where they will travel to Snake River for an 8:15 p.m. Friday kickoff.

Fruitland 64, Kimberly 29

The Grizzlies jumped out to a 14-0 lead following two turnovers by the Kimberly offense. Quarterback Heath Owens finished with two touchdowns through the air and another on the ground, while McKade Huft closed the game with a scoop-and-score. Fruitland will visit rival Homedale for a Friday showdown at 7 p.m.

2A Classification

McCall-Donnelly 52, Malad 0

The Vandals were ready to close up shop at halftime, jumping out to a 52-0 lead before both teams headed to the locker room. The McCall-Donnelly defense recorded a pick against Malad quarterback Tim Simpson. The Vandals host No. 7 Declo in the second round.

Declo 25, Salmon 6

Friday’s game changed on a dime, with the Hornets scoring twice in a matter of seconds following a safety off a blocked punt and a return touchdown on the ensuing kickoff by Layne Homer. Sophomore quarterback Derek Matthews recorded 194 rushing yards and a touchdown in place of an injured Keegan Ramsey. Ranked No. 7, the Hornets will visit McCall-Donnelly for round two.

New Plymouth 33, St. Maries 15

Thanks to quarterback Kobe Roberts’s five total touchdowns, New Plymouth advances to the second round. Roberts totaled 343 yards of offense while accumulating 11 tackles on defense. North Fremont will play host to New Plymouth 6 p.m. Friday.

West Side 22, Ririe 0

In a bout of déjà vu, West Side shut out Ririe, earning a No. 1 RPI ranking heading into the second round. West Side earned a slim 8-0 lead but put the game away late with two third quarter touchdowns. The Pirates host Cole Valley Christian 5 p.m. Friday.

Melba 60, Nampa Christian 33

Easton Bunnell recorded 237 rushing yards and five touchdowns in Melba’s romp over Nampa Christian. Fellow offensive weapon Scotty Martinez was not far behind with 196 yards and three scores, capping off a dominant ground attack for the Mustangs. No. 4 Melba faces No. 5 Bear Lake 7 p.m. Friday.

North Fremont 58, Aberdeen 18

It was all Riggen Cordingley for the Huskies, who scored five touchdowns for undefeated North Fremont. Aberdeen tied the game 6-6 in the first quarter, and only trailed 28-12 at halftime, but behind Cordingley, Luke Hill and Deshon Wheeler controlling the clock with an unstoppable ground attack, the Huskies pulled away in the second half. The No. 3 Huskies host No. 6 New Plymouth 6 p.m. Friday.

1ADI Classification

Clearwater Valley 22, Kamiah 14

The Rams shut out Kamiah in the second half in a must-win Whitepine League matchup. Quarterback Lane Schilling ran for 340 yards, including a game-sealing touchdown with less than two minutes left. Clearwater Valley will take the long trip to Pocatello for a 5:30 p.m. Friday matchup against Lost Rivers in Holt Arena for the opening round of the 1ADI playoffs.

Lost Rivers 68, Challis 0

The Pirate’s undefeated campaign came to completion with a blowout win over Challis. Lost Rivers finished 9-0 thanks to a hot first-half offense that put up 46 points, while the defense held Challis scoreless. The first-year Pirates host Clearwater Valley 5:30 p.m. Friday. 

Oakley 34, Raft River 8

The Hornets earned a second-place finish in the Snake River Conference, with Raft River falling to third in the regular season finale. However, both teams locked up a playoff spot, as Oakley advances to a matchup at Idaho City 6 p.m. Friday, and Raft River faces Prairie for a similar kickoff time.

Potlatch 40, Lapwai 6

Still in regular season play, Potlatch punched its ticket to state for the first time in eight years thanks to a dominant night by Jerrod Nicholson. The Loggers turned Nicholson’s talents into 136 yards and four touchdowns on the ground, earning them a matchup with Wilder 1 p.m. Friday.

1ADII Classification

Carey 58, North Gem 6

Carey shot out to a 50-0 lead at halftime, while the defense held fast in the second to snuff out North Gem’s year. Murtaugh will host Carey in the second round of the 1ADII playoffs 3 p.m. Saturday.

Lighthouse Christian 63, Camas County 16

Quarterback Collin Holloway got the Lion offense hot early off a 35-yard touchdown pass on Lighthouse Christian’s first possession. From there, defense and special teams took over, forcing two Camas County turnovers with a blocked punt resulting in a touchdown. Lighthouse hosts Dietrich 7 p.m. Friday.

Murtaugh 32, Clark-Watersprings 20

Down 20-6, Clark-Watersprings nearly orchestrated a miraculous postseason comeback in the second half but fell short after tying the game at 20 in the fourth quarter. Murtaugh advances, earning home field advantage for a 3 p.m. Saturday matchup against Carey.




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