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Weekly Rewind (9/6 - 9/11)
Published: 9/8/2021 6:08:06 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."  


Idaho Falls 21, Thunder Ridge 12

The Tigers are 3-0 for the first time since 2013.  It's been an incredible turnaround for Idaho Falls, as they went winless in 2020.  The Tigers are also 1-0 in High Country Conference play, and received three rushing touchdowns from Kyan Jesperson.  Thunder Ridge is now 1-2 overall and 0-1 in conference.

Rigby 28, Skyline 14

In a battle of state championship contenders, the 5A Trojans (3-0) defeated the 4A Grizzlies (1-2) for the second year in a row.  But it didn't come easy.  Skyline held leads of 7-0 after one quarter, and 14-13 at halftime and the end of the third.  In the fourth, Rigby rallied back behind a touchdown pass from Tiger Adolpho to Taylor Freeman to take a 21-14 lead.  Adolpho later put the game on ice with a 2-yard touchdown run with 5:30 to play.

Emmett 21, Bishop Kelly 0

For the second year in a row, Bishop Kelly (1-2 overall, 0-1 in SIC) came into this matchup as the favorite.  And for the second year in a row, Emmett (2-1 overall, 1-0 in SIC) proved that it's a team that shouldn't be taken lightly.  Senior quarterback Caden Young ran for two scores, and threw for another in the win.

Blackfoot 35, Snake River 21

The Panthers (1-2) jumped out to a 14-0 lead.  Then, Blackfoot (1-2) scored the next 35 points.  After losing their first two games by a combined two points, Blackfoot earned their first win of the season.

Sugar-Salem 22, Star Valley (WY) 6

The defending 3A champs finally came through with their first win of the season over Star Valley.  The game was temporarily halted after a power outage that affected the community of Afton, Wyoming, but the Diggers (1-2) were able to maintain their focus in the win.

Timberlake 19, Moscow 16

The 3A Tigers (2-1) rushed for 231 yards as a team, and knocked out 4A Moscow (2-1).  The loss was the first of the year for the Bears.

Declo 41, Kimberly 40

The 2A Hornets and 3A Bulldogs, each title contenders in their respective classifications, battled to a 34-34 tie after four quarters of play.  In overtime, Kimberly got the ball first and quarterback Heath Owens scored on a two-yard run.  Owens tried to find Gatlin Bair for the two-point conversion, but the pass fell incomplete, leaving the score at 40-34.  On Declo's possession, running back Derek Mathews scored on a 10-yard run, and the Hornets kicked the game winning PAT to earn the 41-40 win.  Declo is now 3-0, while Kimberly drops to 1-2.

Prairie 48, Clearwater Valley 14

These teams were ranked first and second in the White Pine League preseason coaches poll.  Prairie (2-0 overall, 1-0 in WPL) showed that they are again the team to beat.  C.V. drops to 0-2 overall and 0-1 in league.  However, the Rams have played two of the best teams in 1A D1 play thus far (Raft River and Prairie).

Genesee 62, Potlatch 36

In a battle of 1-0 teams, Genesee (2-0 overall, 1-0 in White Pine League) got the best of Potlatch (1-1 overall and in WPL).  Angus Jordan threw three touchdown passes to Cy Wareham in the win for the Bulldogs.

Mullan-St. Regis 72, Lakeside 20

The Tigers (1-1) earned their first win of the season in convincing fashion over a Lakeside (1-2) team missing three starters.  Adam Ball had an extremely efficient stat line.  Three of his four carries went for touchdowns, and finished with 165 rushing yards in the win. 

Horseshoe Bend 30, Notus 26

The Mustangs (3-0) held off a late charge from Notus (2-1) and won the game late.  Horseshoe Bend, a 1A D2 program, has now defeated three 1A D1 teams to start their season.

Carey 54, Wilder 0

The Panthers (3-0) scored seven times on the ground (four from Conner Simpson, three from Colton Larna) in a 54-0 win.  Wilder dropped to 1-2 overall.

Oakley 52, Kendrick 0

In a neutral sight game at Parma High between state championship contenders, the 1A D1 Hornets (3-0) raced past the 1A D2 Tigers (2-1).  After a scoreless first quarter, Oakley turned on the jets thanks to Daniel Gonzalez, who ran for a touchdown and returned a fumble for a score, as well.

Castleford 32, Dietrich 16

The defending 1A D2 state champs from Dietrich took a tough loss on Friday to Castleford.  In the preseason coaches poll, the Wolves (3-0 overall, 1-0 in Sawtooth Conference play) were picked to finish second.  Dietrich (2-1 overall, 0-1 in Sawtooth) was picked to finish third.  Many observers doubted those results, but Castleford has proven that they are a team to be reckoned with this year.

Boys Soccer

Caldwell 8, Middleton 2
Caldwell 10, Emmett 1

The Cougars continued to show why they are the favorites in the Southern Idaho Conference.  Caldwell is now 5-0 in SIC play and 6-1 overall after wins over Middleton (2-3 in SIC, 3-4 overall) and Emmett (0-4 in SIC, 0-6 overall).

Sun Valley Community School 2, Weiser 0

In a rematch of last year's 3A championship match, the Cutthroats (6-0 overall, 5-0 in league) again got the best of the Wolverines (4-2-1 overall, 2-0 in league).  Campbell Spoor and Jack Verhaege found the net for Sun Valley.

Girls Soccer

Rocky Mountain 2, Boise 0

Rocky Mountain's girls continue to get the best of their rivals from Boise.  The Grizzlies have defeated the Brave in the 5A championship game two years in a row, and took the lone conference matchup between the two this year on Friday night.  Mylee Carver and Kaitlyn Slocum scored for Rocky Mountain in the win. Rocky Mountain is now 4-0 in SIC and 8-1 overall, while Boise is 2-1 and 5-2.

CDA Charter 4, Freeman (WA) 3

Coeur d'Alene Charter doesn't lose often when it comes to girls soccer.  In recent years, Freeman has been one of the lucky few, defeating the Panthers 2-0 back in 2019.  It appeared as if the Scotties were on their way to another win over CDA Charter with a 3-0 lead with just 13 minutes to play.  But the Panthers rallied back.  Rebekah Hines scored the equalizer on a penalty kick in the 76th minute to tie the game at 3-3.  Four minutes later, Caden Wilson scored the unassisted game-winner, giving CDA Charter the 4-3 win and keeping their record perfect at 5-0 overall and 4-0 in Intermountain League play.


Post Falls 3, Lake City 1

The Inland Empire League's two best teams squared off Tuesday night in Post Falls, and the Trojans walked away victorious.  Post Falls handed the Timberwolves their first loss of the season in the process.

Bonneville 3, Thunder Ridge 1
Highland 3, Bonneville 2

Three High Country Conference teams with serious postseason aspirations did battle on Tuesday night.  4A Bonneville earned a split with their 5A counterparts, including an epic five-game set with the Rams.  Mia Sorensen tallied 37 kills and 34 digs across both matches.

Owyhee 3, Rocky Mountain 2

The Storm started Southern Idaho Conference play on Thursday with a dramatic 3-2 win over a strong program in Rocky Mountain.  Kayia Gerhardt delivered an even performance for Owyhee with 12 kills and 12 digs.

Mackay 3, Rockland 0
Mackay 3, Clark County 0

The Miners continue to sizzle, going 4-0 on the week, including two Rocky Mountain conference wins over Rockland and Clark County of Saturday.  Mackay is now 12-0 overall and 7-0 in conference play.

Wood River wins Jerome Invitational

The Wolverines went 4-0 in pool play, defeating Ridgevue, Buhl, Filer and Nampa.  They won every match 2-0, with the exception of Filer (a 2-1 triumph).  The Wolverines then played Gooding, the top-seeded team from the other pool, and defeated the Senators 2-0 to win the tournament.

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