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Week 3 Football Preview
From staunch defenses to dual-threat quarterbacks, here are the matchups you should keep your eye on
Published: 9/10/2020 3:15:35 PM

Mountain View @ Eagle
7 p.m. Friday

With the SIC back in action, the Mavericks are looking for their first win of the season against a high-octane Eagle squad. 

Mustang quarterback Ben Ford lit up last Friday’s scoreboard against Kuna, throwing for 301 yards and running for 100 in Eagle’s 64-0 blowout against the Kavemen. 

Despite last week’s score in the Battle of the Mountain, the Mavericks possess a deadly offense themselves. Quarterback Jake Farris pulled his team back from the brink of defeat, putting Mountain View within a score of the Grizzlies after tossing 330 yards and five touchdowns. The Eagle defense will be looking to limit Farris’s options deep, as the Maverick signal caller found receiver Kayden Chan in the end zone three times last Friday. 

Post Falls @ Lewiston
7 p.m. (PST) Friday

Two untested North Idaho teams look to settle the score in 2020’s Inland Empire race. 

The Bengals, off to a 2-0 start, played lights out offensively against Lake City, narrowly escaping 58-50. Quarterback Kash Lang threw for five touchdowns, including a last-second scamper for the win. 

Post Falls, meanwhile, went toe-to-toe with the defending 5A state champs. The Trojans eventually fell 44-42 to Rigby, but posted a three-score lead early in the first half. If Post Falls can bottle up Lang’s dual-threat capabilities — he ran for 446 yards in Week 2 — the Trojans should be in position for quarterback Jaxon Anderson to light up a malleable Lewiston defense. 

Highland @ Century
7 p.m. Friday

After a pair of out-of-state battles, the Rams return to the Gem State. Highland went 1-1 against two Utah schools, with a loss to Sky View highlighting some offensive troubles. Easton Durham is back at quarterback, who replaced Jack Whitmer halfway through Week 1’s competition. 

Century, meanwhile, took defending 3A state champion Sugar-Salem into overtime and blew out Bonneville 56-0 last week, highlighting a defense that could cause problems for Head Coach Gino Mariani’s squad. will webcast Friday’s game, starting at 7 p.m. Click here to watch. 

Homedale @ Middleton
7 p.m. Friday

After a one-week hiatus, the Trojans will be back in action, entering a hostile environment against a team with playoff potential. 

Homedale squeaked by 4A Emmett in Week 1 28-21 before a Week 2 bye. Middleton, like much of the Southern Idaho Conference, began its 2020 season late, with the Vikings' first game coming in the form of a 39-13 blowout against Minico. Middleton’s special teams unit scored twice against the Spartans, as the defense shut out Minico in the first half. 

The ground-heavy attack of Homedale should test the Viking defense, as quarterback Jaxon Dines and Hayden Kincheloe combined for 245 yards and four touchdowns in Week 1 against the Huskies. will webcast Friday’s game. Click here to watch. 

Prairie @ Clearwater Valley
7 p.m. Friday

1ADI’s top ranked team and the defending state champions open conference competition against the 1-0 Clearwater Valley Rams.

Prairie breezed past Kendrick Sept. 4, winning 60-20. Running back Cole Martin racked up 270 yards and three touchdowns, while the defense held Kendrick’s offense scoreless for the first three quarters. 

Clearwater Valley, while less explosive than their Whitepine League counterpart, has a secondary capable of dissuading any kind of air attack. The Rams snagged four interceptions in a 60-12 win over Salmon River, while running back Jesse Knox tallied 165 rushing yards. will webcast Friday’s game. Click here to watch.  

Notus @ Horseshoe Bend
7 p.m. Friday

The Mustangs will look to knock off 1ADI’s Notus, a team Horseshoe Bend hasn’t lost to since 2016. The 2-0 Mustangs are in the midst of their best start to the season since that same year. Junior quarterback Colten Meyer will be the athlete to watch Friday night, as he aims to repeat a spectacular 341-yard performance against Hagerman.
For Notus, the Pirates will rely on Kaeden Clemens, who scored five touchdowns against Council a week ago. Clemens, much like Meyer, serves as an offensive dual-threat. He rushed for 132 yards and passed for another 295 in the Pirates’ debut. will webcast Friday’s game. Click here to watch. 


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