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High School Football Quarterfinal Rewind
The semifinals are almost set. Here are the teams that emerged victorious Friday night
Published: 11/7/2020 11:55:36 AM

5A Classification

Rocky Mountain 29, Highland 13

The Rams scored on their first drive of the game, but the Grizzlies went on to score 29 unanswered and secure a spot in the state semifinals. 

The speed of Jordan Erickson proved lethal for the Rocky Mountain passing game. Erickson hauled in two long touchdowns from 74 and 85 yards out, with his speed able to create enough separation to pull away from the Highland secondary. Erickson finished with 185 yards receiving on five catches. Quarterback Kobe Warr completed nine passes for 224 yards and a pair of touchdowns to Erickson. 

Rocky Mountain will host Coeur d’Alene Friday in the state semifinals. 

Rigby 35, Eagle 28

The Trojans outlasted a talented Mustang squad, earning a spot in this year’s semifinals. 

The pair traded blows in the first quarter, with running back Jackson Stampfli drawing first blood on a 76-yard burst. 

Rigby would then score 21 unanswered, highlighted by a 25-yard touchdown reception by Colton Edwards courtesy of quarterback Tiger Adolpho. The Mustangs would trail for the rest of the contest. Rigby definitively put the game away after Adolpho hit Edwards again for a score, this time from 36 yard out, marking the second touchdown of the fourth quarter for the Trojans. 

Rigby will face Mountain View in next week’s semifinals. 

Mountain View 21, Capital 14

After an 0-3 start to the season, the Mavericks somehow have found their way one game short of a state title appearance. 

Mountain View knocked off the Southern Idaho Conference’s second-place team, overcoming a 14-14 halftime tie. Quintez Evans finished as the team’s leading offensive weapon, rushing for 11 yards and scoring two touchdowns. 

The Maverick defense terrorized Avery Downey and the Capital offense all night, forcing four fumbles, recovering one. 

Mountain View advances to the semifinals and will play Rigby next week. 

Coeur d’Alene 56, Timberline 7

The top-ranked Vikings ran up the score on the visiting Wolves, hitting the 42-point mark by halftime while holding Timberline scoreless. Quarterback Jack Prka threw for three touchdowns before finishing the night on the sideline. Prka was not stingy with the ball, finding 13 different receivers. 

Coeur d’Alene will visit Rocky Mountain next week in the semifinals. 

4A Classification

Century 33, Bishop Kelly 14

Quarterback McKean Romriel missed just three passes as the Diamondbacks stunned the Knights in the quarterfinals. 

Romriel finished with 201 yards and a touchdown. Century held Bishop Kelly scoreless throughout the first three quarters before the Knights rattled off a pair of touchdowns in the fourth, not enough to spark a comeback effort. Century gained 453 yards of total offense, while the Knights managed just 289, committing two turnovers in the process. 

Century advances to the semifinals and will face Emmett. 

Emmett 28, Blackfoot 27

The miracles just keep coming for Emmett. 

Caden Young ran for 158 yards, leading the Huskies on a potential game-winning drive down 27-26. But a fourth-down gamble didn’t pay off for Young, and the Huskies were stopped just short of the goal line. 

It looked all but over for Emmett, but backed up against their own end zone, the Broncos had little room to work with. The tight field proved to be their doom, as running back Teegan Thomas was tackled behind the line of scrimmage for a safety, giving Emmett the one-point advantage to close the game. 

The Huskies will advance to the semifinals against the Century Diamondbacks. 

Sandpoint 31, Moscow 13

The Bulldogs emerged victorious in Friday’s rivalry playoff matchup. 

Gerrit Cox sprinted for 138 yards, helping Sandpoint score at least once in every quarter. Quarterback Parker Pettit missed just three of his 19 pass attempts, scoring once on the ground. 

Sandpoint will face Skyline in the state semifinals next week. 

Skyline 42, Nampa 21

At Madison High School, the Grizzlies showcased an array of offensive talent, as quarterback Cade Marlow threw for 126 yards and a score, while Abrahn Silverio blazed up the middle for 127 rushing yards and two touchdowns. 

The Grizzlies put up 35 unanswered on an exhausted Bulldog defense. Skyline, the top-ranked team in 4A, will face Sandpoint in the state semifinals. 

3A Classification

South Fremont 26, Gooding 20

For the first time in program history, the Cougars are one win away from a state title game berth. 

The Cougars capped off a come-from behind victory with a Cooper Hurt touchdown in the fourth quarter. Hurt hauled in the game-winner from quarterback Kaimen Peebles, who finished with 225 yards and four touchdowns. 

The Cougars’ chances looked doomed from the start, as South Fremont fumbled out the back of the end zone for a Gooding touchback on the first drive of the game. But the defense stepped up in the final period, holding the Senators on a critical fourth down to end the game. 

2A Classification

Firth 30, Bear Lake 20

A pair of fourth-quarter interceptions put the Cougars up late. Tayden Jacobsen came away with the first pick in the final period, intercepting quarterback Owen Tuescher, setting up a Firth touchdown. After a two-point conversion the Cougars would lead by 10 with just over five minutes to go. 

Alex Vasquez came away with the second interceptions, taking it all the way to the house for the Cougars’ final score of the game. 

Firth will play North Fremont next week in the state semifinals. 

Declo 50, Melba 14

The Hornets’ sting proved too much for the Mustangs. The Hornets led by just two possessions to close out the fist half, but excelled in the second to make a potential Melba comeback impossible. 

Declo will face West Side in the state semifinals. 

North Fremont 58, Soda Springs 18

While the final score projected a Husky blowout, North Fremont only led by two points to close out the first half. 

The Huskies, well-known for an elite ground attack, racked up 400 yards rushing, led by Jordan Lenz’s 124 yard and five touchdown night. Quarterback Luke Hill passed for 132 yards, while also coming up with an interception on defense to close out a strong second-half showing by North Fremont. 

The Huskies will face Firth in the state semifinals next week. 

1ADI Classification

Oakley 80, Butte County 12

The Hornets scored the highest point total of Friday’s tournament slate over last year’s state runner-up. 

Oakley will head north to play Prairie next week in the state semifinals. 

Prairie 72, Grace 36

The Grizzlies might have drawn first blood, the Pirate offense would not be denied another trip to the state semifinals. 

Bray Skinner threw a one-yard pass to Treyson Draper for Grace’s first touchdown of the game. Prairie would go on to score seven more times every which way, including a safety, two touchdown passes by Cole Schlader from 39 and 58 yards out and a pair of scoring runs by Brody Hasselstrom and Tayden Hibbard. 

Prairie will play Oakley next week in the semifinals. 

Lighthouse Christian 41, Notus 6

Collin Holloway scored three touchdowns against a short-handed Notus team fielding only 14 players. 

Holloway found receiver Clay Silva for five completions, good for 89 yards and a pair of scores, including two two-point conversions. Silva also ran back an 86-yard kickoff back for his third touchdown of the game. The Lion defense made the most of a bend-don’t-break mentality, allowing the Pirates to reach the red zone five times but allowing just one touchdown. 

Lighthouse will play at Raft River Friday at 6:00pm in the semifinals. 

1ADII Classification

Carey 46, Garden Valley 28

Conner Simpson ran for a pair of rushing touchdowns, stifling Garden Valley’s hopes for a semifinal appearance. The Panthers scored twice on fourth down in the first half, helping build a 32-14 halftime lead. 

The Panthers will play Kendrick next weekend in the semifinals. 

Dietrich 60, North Gem 42

Bridger Hatch’s five touchdowns weren’t enough to match the pace of the Blue Devil’s high-octane offense. Dietrich reached double-digits in every quarter of Friday’s matchup, while holding the Cowboys scoreless in the first. 

Dietrich will host Mullan Saturday at 1:00pm in the state semifinals. 


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