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Weekly Rewind (8/30 - 9/4)
Some less-heralded teams elevated their play
Published: 9/4/2021 10:43:54 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."  


Mountain View 26, Rocky Mountain 20

The Mavericks (2-0) handed Rocky Mountain (1-1) their first SIC loss in four years.  This game won't count toward the league standings, as Mountain View and Rocky Mountain are in separate divisions this year.  The Mavs jumped out to a 19-0 lead, and led 26-13 at halftime.  In the second half, Rocky Mountain scored a defensive touchdown to make it a one-score game, but the Mountain View defense held firm to earn the victory.

Coeur d'Alene 24, Sandpoint 22

The Bulldogs (1-1) trailed 21-2 at halftime, but stormed back with three unanswered touchdowns in the second half to take a 22-21 lead.  But a 20-yard field goal late by Coeur d'Alene quarterback/kicker Brayden Bengtson propelled the Vikings (1-1) to the win.

Idaho Falls 34, Blackfoot 33

The Tigers didn't receive much preseason hype this year.  But Idaho Falls is 2-0 after a tense win win over Blackfoot.  The Tigers led 21-14 at halftime.  For Blackfoot (0-2), this is their second one-point loss to a 5A opponent in as many weeks.

Skyview 21, Nampa 0

After an eight-year hiatus, the Hawks and Bulldogs resumed their bitter rivalry.  The Hawks improved to 2-0 overall, after they defeated another long-time rival Columbia in Week 1, and claimed the city of Nampa's unofficial title.  Nampa dropped to 1-1 overall.

Minico 21, Middleton 13

The Spartans improved to 3-0 with their first road win of the year.  The Minico defense turned away the high-octane Middleton offense time and again, and sealed the game with an interception at the 1-yard line (one of four takeaways total).  Middleton (1-1) threw 47 passes in the game, but only came away with 13 points.

Weiser 34, Emmett 28

The Wolverines (2-0) outlasted the Huskies (1-1) in a wild, back-and-forth affair.  Weiser has legitimate 3A title aspirations this year, and a signature win over the 4A runner-up from a year ago is impressive.

Pocatello 21, Twin Falls 14

Despite being outgained in total yardage 338-315, the Thunder (2-0) made more impact plays in a one-possession win over Twin Falls (1-1).

Vallivue 22, Hillcrest 14

The Falcons (1-1) trailed 14-8 at halftime, but surged past the Knights (0-2) in the second half in a non-conference matchup of 4A teams looking to make noise this season.

Century 15, Bonneville 13

The Diamondbacks (1-1) made a 15-13 halftime lead stand up in a nail-biter.  Bonneville (0-2) had opportunities in the second half, but the Century defense stood tall.  The win is the first for new Century coach Logan Horrocks.

Preston 28, Star Valley (WY) 27

The Indians survived a scare from the Braves of Star Valley High.  An errant snap on a punt attempt inside a minute to play gave Star Valley a 1st-and-goal situation from the Preston 6-yard line.  The Indians held firm, though, and a game-winning field goal attempt by the Braves was missed as time expired.  Preston improved to 2-1 with the win.  Both wins have come by a single point.

West Side 27, Snake RIver 0

The Pirates (2-0) extended their Idaho-best winning streak to 23 games with a shutout win over Snake River (1-1).  Bryler Shurtliff hauled in a touchdown reception, and picked off two passes in the win.

Notus 54, Council 12

No Kaeden Clemens? No problem.  Without the services of their All-Conference quarterback, running back Carter Woodland picked up the slack, rushing for 335 yards and 5 touchdowns, as Notus (2-0) raced past Council (0-1).

Butte County 60, Lighthouse Christian 26

The Pirates (2-0) brought the defense (five takeaways) and the offense (506 yards rushing) in a dominant victory over Lighthouse Christian (0-2).

Potlatch 54, Troy 34

Hosting the first night game in Potlatch history, the Loggers didn't disappoint.  Tyson Tucker was an efficient 7-of-8 passing for two touchdowns.  He also rushed for two scores.  The Loggers are 1-0 in White Pine play and overall.  Troy dropped to 0-1 in the league and 1-1 overall. 

Carey 54, North Gem 34

In a non-conference matchup of 1A D2 title hopefuls, the top-ranked Panthers (2-0) earned the win.  Chase Bennion was 14-of-18 passing for 244 yards and 3 touchdowns in the win.  North Gem (1-1) looked strong offensively, but could not get a stop defensively.

Boys Soccer

Timberline 8, Meridian 0
Timberline 3, Centennial 0

The Wolves improved to 6-0 overall and 2-0 in Southern Idaho Conference play with a pair of shutout victories over Meridian (0-2 in SIC, 1-4 overall) and Centennial (1-1, 4-2).

Girls Soccer

CDA Charter 7, Timberlake 0
CDA Charter 15, Priest River 0

The juggernaut that is Coeur d'Alene Charter girls soccer continued to roll, earning a pair of shutout victories over Timberlake (1-1 in IML, 2-1 overall) and Priest River (0-1-1 in IML, 0-2-1 overall.  The Panthers are 4-0 in the Intermountain League and overall, and have not allowed a goal this season.


Peg Peterson Tournament (at Highland)

Thirty teams converged in Pocatello for the annual Peg Peterson Volleyball Tournament.  Friday consisted of pool play, while Saturday featured bracket play in the Gold, Silver and Bronze divisions.  Defending 3A state champion Sugar-Salem went undefeated in both pool and bracket play, and won the Gold Bracket title match over Rigby.  Twin Falls and Parma won the Silver and Bronze Brackets, respectively.

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