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Week 7 High School Football Preview
Here are the 10 matchups you should keep your eye on this Friday night
Published: 10/8/2020 4:08:46 PM

Idaho Falls vs. Skyline
The Emotion Bowl
4 p.m. Saturday
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Click here to read our complete preview of this year’s Emotion Bowl. 

Coeur d’Alene vs. Lewiston
7 p.m. PST Friday
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The Vikings pay a visit to their conference rival in the hopes to build on a three-game winning streak. 

Coeur d’Alene posted three dominant offensive showings so far, failing to score fewer than 40 points against Sandpoint, Lakeland and Post Falls. Quarterback Jack Prka lit up the Trojan offense a week ago, throwing for 281 yards. But the special teams unit stole the spotlight, as Tanner Langley accounted for two takeaways against Post Falls. 

Meanwhile, Lewiston has struggled on defense, allowing at least 30 points in five of the Bengals’ six games this year. Lewiston fell in a close matchup last week 28-20 to Moscow. The Bears, in their first win over Lewiston in six years, gashed the Bengal defense for 289 yards passing. will stream Friday’s game. Click here to watch. 

Highland vs. Skyview
7 p.m. Friday
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While other teams hailing from Pocatello had their Friday night matchups cancelled, the Rams’ roadtrip to Boise remains a go. 

The Hawks impressed in their second win of the season, rebounding from a loss to Capital to defeat Borah 27-13. The Hawks feature an incredibly balanced attack, with running back Caleb Salois gaining 142 yards on the ground last Friday, allowing quarterback Clayton Franssen to go over the top for 173 yards and two touchdowns. 

But the Rams will be chasing history behind their star running back. Kaleb Demuzio needs just 82 yards to leapfrog his brother Landon as Highland’s seventh leading rusher in school history. Demuzio has 558 yards on the year, with two 100-plus performances under his belt already. Coupled with five touchdowns, the Hawks will need every member of the defense on high alert. will stream Friday’s game. Click here to watch. 

Middleton vs. Emmett
7 p.m. Friday
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Both the Vikings and Huskies are desperate for conference wins as the regular season winds down. Middleton dropped a close 27-23 contest to Bishop Kelly last Friday, making an already crowded Southern Idaho Conference even more competitive. 

The Vikings failed to capitalize on a 23-7 halftime lead, instead allowing the Knights to score 20 unanswered, epitomizing a rollercoaster season for an otherwise dominant Vikings squad. 

Emmett, meanwhile, might be shaking off some rust. The Huskies played just one half of football last week before their game against Caldwell was called at halftime. Either way, the Husky defense will need to fire on all cylinders against Middleton’s air-raid offense. Viking quarterback Ky McClure already has more than 1,000 yards passing on the season, and Emmett has yet to hold an opponent to single digits over two halves of football this year. will stream Friday’s game. Click here to watch. 

Preston vs. Century
7 p.m. Friday
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The Indians will look to shake off two straight losses against a Diamondback defense that has yet to prove consistent. 

Century lost a matchup against Thunder Ridge 48-28 last week, despite a promising start to the season that included a close overtime loss to Sugar-Salem and a 56-0 blowout against Bonneville. Quarterback McKean Romriell has thrown for 1,103 yards and 14 touchdowns. Preston’s secondary will need to rattle Romriell should the Indians want to stay competitive, as the Century signal caller has thrown six picks this year. 

Preston has an electric quarterback as well. Brecker Knapp has tossed for 1,214 yards this year, but his 9-7 touchdown-to-interception ratio has played a part in stalling Indian offensive drives. will stream Friday’s game. Click here to watch. 

Payette vs. Homedale
7 p.m. Friday

The Trojans only do one thing on offense. But they do it incredible well. 

Two Homedale running backs — Hayden Kincheloe and Jaxon Dines — have carried the ball, and the entire offense for that matter, for a large chunk of the 2020 season. Through four games, Kincheloe has recorded 718 yards and eight touchdowns, while Dines has added 372 yards and six touchdowns. 

The dual-running back show will host conference rival Payette, as the Pirates look to rebound after a blowout 70-15 loss to Wieser. Last week, the Pirates allowed Wolverine Willy Shirts to gain 113 yards on the ground and three touchdowns. 

Sugar-Salem vs. Teton
7 p.m. Friday

It hasn’t been exactly pretty, but Sugar-Salem has maintained a perfect record in 2020, with the Diggers’ last in-state loss dating back to August 2018. 

The defense has shined in the first half of the year, allowing just one score in three of its five games. Senior Logan Cutler leads the team in tackles with 53 and tackles for loss with 5.5. Jonah Schulthies locks down the secondary, defending five passes on the year, owning one of the team’s two interceptions on the year. 

The Timberwolves have excelled under their new name, with four consecutive wins sandwiched between a pair of tough losses. Snake River managed to hold Teton to seven points last week, the offense’s lowest point total since October of last year. Outside its two losses, Teton has averaged 36 points per game.

North Fremont vs. Aberdeen
7 p.m. Friday

One loss separates the two east Idaho powerhouses heading into Friday. 

The Huskies have been dominant on both ends of the ball, scoring more than 30 in all four games this season while allowing an average of 12 points per game. 

North Fremont’s offensive strategy hasn’t changed much through the years, with a ground-and-pound mentality still strong in Ashton, ID. Quarterback Luke Hill and running back Jordan Lenz command the backfield, racking nearly 800 rushing yard combined this year. 

The Huskies will face a sturdy Aberdeen defense. The Tigers held New Plymouth scoreless for three quarters two weeks ago, and held American Falls and Declo to a combined 20 points to start the season. 

Genesee vs. Kamiah
7 p.m. Friday

Genesee has famously dominated Idaho competition, thanks to the help of a select few Washington high schoolers. Angus Jordan, a Washington resident taking part in this year’s cross-state co-op, has led the Bulldogs to four straight wins, despite schedule inconsistencies due to COVID-19. Genesee’s last win came against Troy, a 64-52 firework show. Genesee’s offense should be on full display once again, as the Bulldogs have failed to score less than 30 all season. 

Kamiah has posted one of 1ADI’s best defenses through five games. Defending champion Prairie has proved to be the only offense to best the Kubs, dropping 72 in a lopsided affair last week. Before that speed bump, Kamiah allowed an average of just 14 points per game while scoring 44. 

Garden Valley vs. Council
7 p.m. Friday

The Wolverines could be one of the best squads in 1ADII, although their record might not reflect it. Garden Valley, 3-3, started the season 1-3 after losses to Dietrich, Carey and Oakley — not exactly warm-up games. 

But now that the schedule has calmed down, the Wolverines have settled into a two-win streak, defeating Salmon River 50-0 and Tri-Valley 47-8. Corban Fields has led the eight-man offense, throwing 1,464 yards and 22 touchdowns. Better yet, the senior QB rarely makes mistakes, throwing just five interceptions.

For Council, stiff competition hasn’t resulted in much success. The Lumberjacks lost to Notus 56-14 and Wilder 14-8, but notched two wins against Tri-Valley and Lewis County. 


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