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Weekly Rewind (8/23 - 8/28)
A full slate of games led to some eye-opening performances
Published: 8/28/2021 9:02:54 AM
Brandon Baney
Managing Editor/Broadcaster


Each week, we'll highlight some of the top matchups and how everything went down with our "Weekly Rewind."  


Rocky Mountain Rumble (in Rexburg)

Beaver (UT) 21, Marsh Valley 20
Morgan (UT) 20, Sugar-Salem 3
Green Canyon (UT) 16, Skyline 15
Lehi (UT) 33, Coeur d'Alene 7
Pocatello 49, Ogden (UT) 0
Highland 26, Alta (UT) 13
Madison 48, Bear River (UT) 18

Utah schools won the first four matchups of this year's Rocky Mountain Rumble, before Idaho schools claimed the final three games.  Marsh Valley (0-1) and Skyline (0-1) lost close, one-point contests.  Green Canyon defeated the Grizzlies with a walk-off field goal as time expired.  Sugar-Salem (0-1) and Coeur d'Alene (0-1) fell to Utah opponents that are state title contenders this year.  Pocatello (1-0) flexed their muscles behind the rushing of sophomore Ryken Echo Hawk in a big win.  Highland (1-1) generated pressure from their defense line to hold their opponent to just 13 points.  Finally, Madison (1-0), the host school, opened the Chandler Rhoads era with a dominant victory over Bear River.

Mountain View 14, Meridian 13

Mountain View (1-0) avenged their loss to Meridian (0-1) from a season ago.  Ultimately, a missed extra point cost the Warriors dearly, as that provided the margin of victory for the Mavericks in a contest between two highly ranked SIC opponents.  Meridian had a chance at a 33-yard field goal late in the game, but Eli Arsenal's kick was wide left.  

Eagle 35, Bishop Kelly 33

This 5A vs. 4A SIC matchup did not disappoint.  The game ultimately came down a last gasp by Bishop Kelly.  The Knights (0-1) had the ball inside Eagle's 10-yard line with less than 30 seconds to play.  Three passes to the end zone fell complete, and sophomore Martin Cunnington's 25-yard field goal attempt missed wide left, giving the Mustangs (1-0) the narrow win.

Thunder Ridge 26, Blackfoot 25

With less than two minutes remaining, Blackfoot (0-1) quarterback Jaxon Grimmett scored on a 7-yard scramble to bring the Broncos to within one.  Rather than kick the extra point, Blackfoot coach Jerrod Ackley elected to go for two and the potential win.  The Broncos run attempt was stuffed, and the Titans (1-0) started their season off with a win. 

Sandpoint 35, Post Falls 7

The 4A Bulldogs (1-0) delivered a statement in a dominant victory over 5A Post Falls (0-1).  Senior running back Gerrit Cox scored all five touchdowns for Sandpoint (4 rushing, 1 receiving).

Mountain Home 28, Burley 21

The Bobcats (0-1, 0-1) trailed 28-7 at halftime and staged a furious comeback attempt.  The Bobcats had a chance to tie the game with less than a minute to play, but a fourth down pass in the end zone was dropped.  Mountain Home (1-0, 1-0) has playoff aspirations this year, and started their year with a nice conference win.

Gooding 14, Jerome 9

The Senators (1-0) are one of a handful of 3A title favorites this season.  They impressed in their season debut over the 4A Tigers (0-1), the defending Great Basin Conference champs from a year ago.

Fruitland 20, Melba 16

The 3A Grizzlies (1-0) did just enough in a tight win over 2A Melba (0-1), the favorite in the Western Idaho Conference this season.

West Side 26, Firth 20 (OT)

This contest featured a rematch of last year's 2A state championship game, a contest West Side (1-0) won by nearly 40 points.  This matchup was most closer.  Trailing 14-12 with just five seconds to play, West Side's Cage Brokens broke free for a 33-yard touchdown run.  Brokens also ran in the 2-point conversion, and the Pirates led 20-14 and appeared to have a win in their sights.  But Firth (0-1) returned the ensuing kickoff 80 yards for a touchdown with no time remaining, and the game headed to overtime.  In the extra session, Brokens ran in a 10-yard score, and the Pirates defense held on for the win.

Idaho 8-Man Classic (in Middleton)

Oakley 54, Lapwai 34
Kendrick 42, Lighthouse Christian 36
Raft River 48, Clearwater Valley 0
Prairie 48, Glenns Ferry 14

This annual event featured all four semifinalists from last year's 1A D1 playoffs, and three of those four opened their seasons with wins.  Defending 1A D1 champ Oakley (1-0) had an offensive burst late to put away a pesky Lapwai (0-1) squad.  Raft River (1-0), the 1A D1 runner-up last year, shut out a Clearwater Valley (0-1) team expecting big things in 2021 48-0.  Prairie (1-0) showed why they are a legitimate state title contender with a 48-14 win over Glenns Ferry (0-1).  The only semifinalist to lose was Lighthouse Christian (0-1), who fell 42-36 to 1A D2 Kendrick (1-0), a state title contender at that level.

Lakeside 30, Lewis County 26

The Knights (1-0) held on in a back-and-forth affair behind the running of Vander Brown, who scored all five of Lakeside's touchdowns.  Trailing 24-12 at halftime, Lewis County (0-1) came out hot in the third quarter and took the lead at 26-24.  Lakeside responded with a Brown touchdown, and the Eagles' comeback attempt ended at the Knights 6-yard line as time expired.

Logos 58, Timberline (Weippe) 26

Despite playing in its' first-ever varsity game, Logos (1-0) looked sharp.  Sophomore quarterback Jackson Driskill threw five touchdowns in the 58-26 win over Timberline (Weippe) (0-1).

North Gem 38, Grace 30

In a battle of District 5 favorites, the 1A D2 Cowboys (1-0) outlasted the 1A D1 Grizzlies (0-1).  This game could have an impact on each team's MaxPreps rating, one of the criteria used to determine playoff positioning.

Dietrich 52, Rimrock 8

The defending 1A D2 state champs have felt slighted in this year's preseason polls.  Dietrich (1-0) proved that they will be a tough out again in 2021 with a dominant win over Rimrock (0-1).

Boys Soccer

Lake City 4, Madison 1
Lake City 2, Thunder Ridge 1

Thunder Ridge 3, Post Falls 0
Post Falls 1, Madison 0

Lake City went 2-0 in a pair of weekend matchups against 5A opponents from District 5-6 and pushed their overall record to 5-0.  Thunder Ridge and Post Falls each went 1-1 in the four-match, two-day event.  Madison came away winless, although they did push Post Falls in a tight 1-0 loss.

Timberline 6, Owyhee 0
Timberline 5, Eagle 0

The Wolves continue to impress, as they ran their record to 4-0 following a pair of shut out victories against Owyhee on Wednesday and Eagle on Saturday.

Girls Soccer

Lake City 6, Madison 1
Lake City 4, Thunder Ridge 0
Thunder Ridge 4, Post Falls 0
Madison 2, Post Falls 1

Madison and Thunder Ridge made the long trip north to play Lake City and Post Falls on Friday and Saturday.  Lake City went 2-0, outscoring their eastern Idaho foes 10-1.  Thunder Ridge and Madison both rebounded to defeat Post Falls, as the Trojans scored just one goal across both matches.

Rocky Mountain 3, Bishop Kelly 1
Rocky Mountain 6, Skyview 0
Rocky Mountain 9, Capital 0

Since dropping a 2-1 decision to Lone Peak (UT) in their season opener, the defending 5A champs from Rocky Mountain have outscored their opposition 25-1.  The Grizzlies picked up wins over Bishop Kelly on Tuesday, Skyview on Wednesday and Capital on Saturday, and sit at 4-1 overall.


Lake City wins Judy Fong Memorial Tournament

The Judy Fong Memorial Tournament is an annual tradition in northern Idaho, and this year's field had no shortage of quality teams.  Lake City emerged victorious by going 4-0 on the day.  They started with pool play wins over Sandpoint and Genesee.  Once bracket play began, Lake City defeated Moscow in the first semifinal, while host Lewiston dispatched Post Falls in the other semi.  Lake City then won the title match over the Bengals 2-0.

Horseshoe Bend wins New Plymouth Invitational

The Mustangs went 5-0 to win the New Plymouth Invitational.  Horseshoe Bend defeated New Plymouth, Payette and  Prairie in pool play, before defeating Potlatch in the semifinals and Cole Valley Christian for the championship. 

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