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Weekly Football Rewind
Get caught up with all the girdiron action across the state before Week 3
Published: 9/7/2020 9:28:50 PM

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5A Football

Lewiston 58, Lake City 50

The Bengals, hot off a Week 1 win against the defending 4A state champs, survived a late-night shootout with conference rival Lake City. 

Lewiston and Lake City traded blows until the very end, but a last-second touchdown by Cruz Hepburn saved the Bengals from defeat.

Quarterback Kash Lang accounted for five Lewiston touchdowns, while Lake City quarterback Chase Irvin threw for 489 yards and six scores in Friday night’s barn burner. 

Lewiston (2-0) moves on to face Post Falls Sept. 11. Lake City (0-1) takes on Sandpoint Sept. 11. 

Rocky Mountain 39, Mountain View 36

While the Mavericks made it interesting, Rocky Mountain prevailed once again in the annual Battle of the Mountain. 

Mountain View’s hopes looked bleak after the Grizzlies shot up by three scores, highlighted by a 95-yard kick return by Jordan Erickson. A pair of Jake Farris bombs to Kayden Chan helped the Mavericks stay within a score, but Rocky Mountain’s lead proved to sizable to surmount. 

Rocky Mountain (1-0) moves on to Centennial next Friday. Mountain View (0-1) takes on Eagle. 

Rigby 44, Post Falls 42

The Rigby Trojans are now well-accustomed with winning in the north. 

The defending 5A state champs narrowly avoided an upset after traveling hundreds of miles to take on the Post Falls Trojans. 

Post Falls took an early three-score lead, with quarterback Tommy Hauser throwing a 57-yard touchdown to Jaxon Anderson. 

But Rigby quickly took control after three consecutive touchdowns. Noah Range put Post Falls in scoring position in the fourth quarter, but came up short on the two-point try to tie the game. 

Rigby (2-0) takes on Skyline Sept. 11. Post Falls (1-1), plays Lewiston. 

Eagle 64, Kuna 0

Mustang Ben Ford put forth an offensive tour de force against a Kuna squad still getting its balance in the 5A SIC. 

The senior Eagle quarterback, back on the gridiron for the first time in 2020, put on an offensive show, throwing 301 yards, rushing for another 100 and scoring six times for the Mustangs.

Eagle (1-0) plays Mountain View Sept. 11.

4A Football

Pocatello 27, Twin Falls 14

After upsetting 5A Madison in Week 1, the Indians continued their winning ways, scoring 27 unanswered against the Bruins after falling into an early 14-point hole.

The Indians (2-0) will look to extend their winning streak against Jackson Hole (WY) Sept. 11. Twin Falls (0-2) will hope to get back on track against Canyon Ridge Sept. 11. 

Middleton 39, Minico 13

The Vikings debuted on the road in convincing fashion, holding the Spartans scoreless for the game’s first three quarters. 

Middleton quarterback Ky McClure finished with 215 yards, hitting Cash Cowdery nine times for 69 yards. Tanner Ford led in scoring on the defensive end, returning  a blocked punt for the final Viking touchdown of the night. 

Middleton (1-0) is scheduled to play Homedale Sept. 11. Minico (0-2) takes on Mountain Home. 

Blackfoot 34, Idaho Falls 6

The Jerrod Ackley era has officially begun, as the Broncos defeated 5A Idaho Falls with a mix of offensive firepower and a stout defense. Josh Maddox returned an interception 17-yards for a touchdown, while quarterback Jace Grimmett accounted for three Bronco scores. After allowing a Tiger touchdown courtesy of Skyler Olsen, the Broncos went on to score 34 unanswered. 

Blackfoot (2-0) moves on to face Snake River Sept. 11. Idaho Falls (0-2) plays Thunder Ridge. 

3A Football

Gooding 42, Canyon Ridge 12

The Senators trounced their 4A opponent with the help of quarterback Kurtis Adkinson’s dynamic playbook.

The Senator signal caller totaled five touchdowns on the night, throwing three and rushing two. Adkinson also completes 17 passes for 256 yards, finding receiver Logan Anderson for 96 yards and two touchdowns on just three catches. 

Gooding (2-0) takes on Nampa Christian Sept. 11. Canyon Ridge (0-2) faces Twin Falls. 

Sugar-Salem 24, Shelley 6

After narrowly escaping Century in Week 1, the Diggers breezed past Shelley in Week 2, holding the Russets to just 61 yards of total offense. 

The Digger defense allowed just six first downs, while the Sugar-Salem running backs got it done on the ground. Quarterback Kyzon Garner led the team, running for 96 yards, while Dax Zollinger and Ryan Harris each broke the 30-yard mark. 

Sugar-Salem (2-0) heads out of state to take on Star Valley (WY) Sept. 11. Shelley (1-1), faces Jerome. 

Lakeland 36, Timberlake 7

The White Tigers failed to gain a foothold Friday night, as the Lakeland offense exploded for 396 yards. 

Quarterback Devon Suko finished with 77 yards and a score, while John White racked up 141 yards on the ground for the Hawks. 

Timberlake (0-2) will play St. Maries Sept. 25. Lakeland (1-1) will fight an uphill battle against 5A Coeur d’Alene Sept. 11. 

2A Football

West Side 34, Snake River 0

And early Pirate homecoming spelled doom for Snake River. 

The Panthers, who managed to defeat the 2A state champions in 2019, could not bottle up Christian Plancarte, who scored four times for West Side. 

The Pirates (2-0) play Marsh Valley Sept. 11. Snake River (0-2), plays Blackfoot.

Aberdeen 22, Declo 12

The Tigers survived a late push by the Hornets, preserving their two-game win streak. 

Declo managed to recover an onside kick after falling into a first-half deficit, and with a little help from the offense managed to go up 12-8 in the second. 

Aberdeen, undeterred, put up a pair of touchdowns late to erase the lead.

The Tigers (2-0) face South Fremont Sept. 11, while Declo plays Kimberly.

New Plymouth 48, Payette 7

The Pilgrims had no problem getting past their Week 2 opponent, posting 504 yards of offense while holding Payette to less than half that amount. 

The Pilgrims kept it on the ground, passing just seven times while racking up 394 rushing yards. Four Pilgrims gained more than 50 yards, with Spencer Lyman leading the charge with 99 on just six runs. 

New Plymouth (2-0) travels to Vandal territory to play McCall-Donnelly Sept. 11. Payette (0-1) takes on Marsing. 

1ADI Football

Dietrich 36, Butte County 14

The Pirates stumbled against the undefeated Blue Devils, as Dietrich’s air attack proved too lethal. 

Quarterback Brady Powers lit up the defense of last year’s 1ADI state runner-up, throwing 245 yards and running for another 177. 

Dietrich (2-0) plays Castleford Friday, while Butte County plays Challis Sept. 25. 

Troy 52, Potlatch 44 (OT)

Quarterback Darrick Baier scored three touchdowns in Friday’s thriller against Potlatch, but the last touchdown run, just five yards out, counted the most. 

To clinch the game in overtime, Baier kept it himself, capping off a 204-yard night. Elijah Phillis led the Trojans with 144 yards and another two touchdowns rushing while also catching five balls for 145 yards and a score  in a North Idaho shootout. 

Troy (1-1) hits the road to take on Lapwai Sept. 11. The Loggers (0-1) face Genesee.

Genesee 57, Deary 38

After lighting up their prospective scoreboards in Week 1, the Bulldogs came out on top in a battle of dominant North Idaho offenses. 

Quarterback Angus Jordan tossed five touchdowns, helping his team score 22 points in the second quarter to overcome an early deficit. 

Genesee (2-0) plays Potlatch Sept. 11. Deary (1-1), plays Kamiah. 

1ADII Football

Carey 78, Garden Valley 42

With 602 total yards, the Carey offense exploded against the Wolverines.

Most of the Panthers’ production came on the ground, with Conner Simpson gaining 221 yards on 21 carries, reaching the end zone four times. Hunter Smith gained another 106 yards and three touchdowns. Garden Valley held Carey to just one fourth down, but the Panthers refused to punt a single time. 

Carey (2-0) has Hansen scheduled for Oct. 2. Garden Valley will play Oakley Sept. 18. 

Camas County 16, North Gem 14

The Mushers earned their first win of the season after a tough loss against Rockland in Week 1. Kody Smith put Camas County over the Cowboys with two receiving touchdowns. Dawson Kramer gave the Mushers the edge in a tight race, securing a pair of two-point conversions. 

Camas County (1-1) will take a week off before playing Richfield Sept. 18. North Gem (0-2) takes on Lighthouse Christian Sept. 11. 

Rockland 64, Hansen 30

The Bulldogs are on a roll to start 2020, thanks to the offensive prowess of quarterback Braden Permann. 

Rockland’s leading man threw for 301 yards, rushed for 119 and had a hand in nine Bulldog touchdowns. 

The Bulldogs (2-0) will look to preserve their momentum against Murtaugh Sept. 11.  Hansen (0-2) faces Hagerman that weekend. 


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