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Friday Night Football Rewind | State Playoff Round 1
Which teams reached the quarterfinals? Which are headed home? Catch up with all the playoff action from Friday
Published: 10/31/2020 12:48:56 PM

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5A Classification

Timberline 27, Skyview 20

Taylor Marcum wasn’t about to let anything stand between him and Timberline’s quest to advance in the state football playoffs. 

The Wolve’s one-man show scored all four touchdowns, racking up 221 yards on the ground through 25 carries. Marcum broke off two big touchdown runs to help put his team in the lead, first on a 45-yard scamper and then on a 67 yards end-around. 

For Skyview, quarterback Clayton Franssen left the game early after a leg injury, giving way for backup Max Cutforth. Cutforth played a valiant three quarters off the bench, tossing a pair of touchdowns to keep the Hawks competitive. But a costly drop in the end zone on Skyview’s final drive of the game left points out on the field, and a defensive offsides penalty gave Timberline a fresh set of downs in the fourth quarter, allowing Timberline to close out the game. 

Timberline will advance to play Coeur d’Alene in Round 2. Time and date are yet to be determined. 

Highland 42, Meridian 28

The Warriors went into the locker room with luck on their side, leading the Rams 28-21 at the break. 

But Highland and Head Coach Gino Mariani made key adjustments to the gameplan, taking the second half by storm to outscore Meridian 21-0. 

Highland running back Kaleb Demuzio ran the ball 39 times for 242 yards and a touchdown. Quarterback Easton Durham ran for three touchdowns in the first half, but it was two late passes  to Raimon Barela and Colton Sneddon that put the game away for Highland.

Meridian quarterback Malakai Martinez threw three scores for Meridian, two of which to Blaze Tokioka. 

Highland will advance to play Rocky Mountain in Round 2. Time and date are yet to be determined. 

Mountain View 44, Post Falls 41

The Mavericks, after an impressive 2019 season, limped their way to the playoffs in 2020. But 4-3 Mountain View managed to prevail after a long northern road trip to knock the Post Falls Trojans out of the playoffs. 

Leyton Smithson ran for 215 yards and a pair of touchdowns, while catching another touchdown from quarterback Jake Farris. Farris finished the night with and even 100 yards on nine completions. 

Mountain View will advance to play Capital in Round 2. Time and date are yet to be determined. 

Eagle 49, Thunder Ridge 0

Quarterback Ben Ford threw the ball only 12 times, but that’s all that was needed in a one-sided affair in the Treasure Valley. 

Jackson Stampfli led the charge, rushing 12 times for 197 yards. Ben Ford followed up in the red zone, scoring five touchdowns on quarterback keepers. Max Roberts tacked on another score. 

Eagle will advance to play Rigby in Round 2. Time and date are yet to be determined. 

4A Classification

Skyline 49, Twin Falls 0

The Grizzlies scored five first half touchdowns to advance through the opening round of the playoffs. 

Skyline gained 330 yards of total offense, led by Cade Marlow’s two touchdowns. Even more impressively, the Grizzly defense contained the Bruins to just 48 yards of offense, highlighted by an elite run defense that held Twin Falls to negative-five yards. 

Skyline will advance to play Nampa in Round 2. Time and date are yet to be determined.

Nampa 44, Middleton 42

Lance Hanna proved the hero of a late-night showdown in Middleton. Hanna, a junior kicker, booted a booming 42-yard field goal with just six seconds left in regulation, handing the Bulldogs a playoff win over their conference rivals. 

Both teams traded blows all night, with quarterback Isaak Plew scoring three rushing touchdowns for Nampa. Middleton took to the skies to stay competitive, with Ky McClure throwing for 346 yards and four scores. 

Nampa will advance to play Skyline  in Round 2. Time and date are yet to be determined.

Moscow 45, Jerome 7

In a cross-state rivalry, the Bears’ game plan didn’t change a bit so far from home.

The Bears forced six Tiger turnovers Friday night, just another instance of dominance for the Moscow defense. On offense, quarterback Chad Redinger threw four balls to his favorite receiver: Jonah Elliss. Elliss accumulated 157 of Redinger’s 245 passing yards.

Moscow will advance to play Sandpoint in Round 2. Time and date are yet to be determined.

Emmett 35, Minico 0

The Emmett Huskies rode a dominating line performance in the second half to a 35-0 shutout of the Minico Spartans.  

Stymied on fourth down opportunities in Minico territory four times in the first half, Emmett finally got on the board with a Westyn Smith 5-yard run to lead 6-0 at halftime.  A second half interception batted in the air by Smith and collected by lineman Layne Feasal-Dalton broke the game open mid-way through the third quarter.  Smith took the next snap 24 yards to score.  

Two more three-and-outs by Minico's offense were answered by touchdown runs of 45 and 60 yards by Emmett quarterback Caden Young as the Huskies pulled away. A third Smith touchdown run put the finishing touches on the win.

Emmett will advance to play Blackfoot  in Round 2. Time and date are yet to be determined.

Blackfoot 42, Vallivue 12

The Broncos employed a balanced attack to dismantle the Falcons and advance to Round 2. 

Teegan Thomas gained 132 yards on the ground, scoring once. His presence in the backfield allowed for quarterback Jace Grimmett to hit targets downfield. Grimmett threw for 117 yards on 11 completions, finding receiver Jevontae King in the end zone four times. 

Blackfoot will advance to play Emmett in Round 2. Time and date are yet to be determined.

Century 17, Lakeland 14

A fourth-quater field goal made the difference, with the Diamondbacks’ Brayden Stouse nailing a 25-yarder to put his team up by three. 

Quarterback McKean Romreill finished with 168 yards and a touchdown, while Zac Snow ran for 98 yards and another score. 

Century will advance to play Bishop Kelly in Round 2. Time and date are yet to be determined.

Bishop Kelly 35, Pocatello 0

The Indains’ historic season came crashing down Friday, as the Knights once again asserted their dominance among the 4A ranks. Quarterback Keegan Croteau threw for 220 yards, while running back Seth Knothe did his best work in the red zone, scoring four times while tallying 144 yards. 

The Knight defense contained Pocatello quarterback Zach Park to 157 yards and no touchdowns. Hunter Killian picked off Park once. 

Bishop Kelly will advance to play Pocatello  in Round 2. Time and date are yet to be determined.

3A Classification

Weiser 42, Fruitland 0

The Grizzlies may have possessed the undefeated record heading into Friday, but it was the Wolverines who looked to be the 3A powerhouse in the opening round of the 3A playoffs. 

Fruitland managed just 104 yard of offense, turning the ball over three times to give Weiser a short field and plenty of opportunities to score. 

And score they did, as quarterback Brett Spencer found the end zone three times. 

2A Classification

Soda Springs 32, Aberdeen 12

The Cardinals notched their first playoff win in over a decade, thanks to a second-quarter interception returned for a touchdown by to put Soda Springs definitively on top for the second half. 

Soda Springs will face North Fremont in Round 2. Time and date have yet to be determined. 

Bear Lake 36, West Jefferson 22

Quarterback Owen Teuscher threw for 360 yards and a trio of touchdowns to help elevate the Bears into Round 2 of the 2A playoffs. Teuscher also ran for another score, as the defense stymied the West Jefferson offense. 

1ADI Classification

Lighthouse Christian 46, Murtaugh 30

The Devils outgained the Lions on offense and ran nearly double the amount of plays, but the Lions’ first quarter explosion dug Murtaugh a hole it just couldn’t climb out of. 

Lighthouse Christian scored five touchdowns in the opening quarter alone, two coming courtesy of Clay Silva. Silva scored first on a 45-yard run, then again to close out the quarter on a seven-yard reception from quarterback Collin Holloway to put his team up 38-6. The Silva-Holloway connection struck again in the second, this time on a 35-yard touchdown pass for the Lions’ final score of the game. 

Kamiah 36, Lapwai 14

The Kubs scored 22 points in the second quarter, erasing Lapwai’s early lead to start the game. 

Gabe Eades and Landon Keen split the workload in that prolific quarter, with the pair accounting for four touchdowns. Eades finished with 121 yards passing and two touchdowns, while Keen ran for 121 yards on 30 carries. 

1ADII Classification

Mullan-St. Regis 58, Clark Fork 14

Sophomore Caleb Ball threw four touchdown passes and ran in another score for Mullan/St. Regis Friday afternoon as the Tigers defeated North Star rival Clark Fork. 

With the win, the Tigers secured seed 1A in the 1A Division II state playoffs and will face Horseshoe Bend from District Three in the quarterfinal round.

Mullan-St. Regis opened the game with a 28-point first quarter which included a sensational 36-yard scoring run from Ball. The quarterback called his own number on a sweep to the left-hand side, ran into a wall of Wampus Cat defenders, and circled all the way back to the right-hand side for the score.

Luke Trogden caught two of Ball's touchdown passes and added a long touchdown run as well. Riley Trogden had a touchdown reception on offense and an interception on defense as well for the Tigers. Senior Cameron Garcia had a touchdown run and an interception for Clark Fork.

The two teams combined for 38 players on the rosters, only five of which are seniors.

Watersprings 88, Hansen 56

The Warrior offense posted 724 yards in an eight-man shootout, posting the highest point total of the weekend. Quarterback Jrew Plocher threw for 281 yards on seve completions, scoring four times through the air and another four on the ground. Matt Almgren followed up with 231 rushing yards and anothe quartet of TDs. 

North Gem 55, Council 0

The Cowboys and Bridger Hatch steamrolled Council in the first round of the 1ADII playoffs. 

Hatch scored three rushing touchdowns, gaining 174 yards on 12 carries. Hatch also threw another three touchdowns, finding Chayce Low for 73 yards and two scores. 

Horseshoe Bend 34, Castleford 28

Mustang quarterback Colten Meyer made an impact on both sides of the ball, throwing for 118 yards and two touchdowns at quarterback while recording six tackles and a pick in the secondary. 

The Wolves took a 28-26 fourth quarter lead with just over 10 minutes left to play, but Meyer led his team down field, capping off the final drive with a touchdown with just over five minutes left on the clock. 

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