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Weekly Rewind (9/20 - 9/26)
We've hit the midway point of the fall sports season
Published: 9/26/2021 6:07:47 PM
Brandon Baney
Content Manager/Broadcaster
brandon@idahosports.com
 

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


Football


Eagle 24, Meridian 23

The Warriors (1-1 in Southern Idaho Conference, 3-2 overall) held a 23-3 lead over the Mustangs (1-1 in SIC, 3-2) in the fourth quarter.  That's where the Mustangs' magic began.  Touchdown runs by Brandon Reese and Roy Hull cut the deficit to 23-17 with six minutes to play.  Eagle got the ball back one last time with 3:53 remaining, and marched down the field for the game-tying touchdown from Hull.  Ethan Cutler's PAT kick gave the Mustangs the one-point lead with just 23 seconds to play.  Meridian tried a last-gap Hail Mary, but fell short.


Coeur d'Alene 27, Skyview (WA) 17

The Vikings (3-1) hit the road for their fourth away game of the season, traveling to Cheney, Washington to play Vancouver's Skyview High in a neutral site game at Eastern Washington University's Roos Field.  The Storm were undefeated heading into the matchup, and lead 17-13 in the third quarter before Coeur d'Alene reeled off the final 14 points of the game.


Sandpoint 42, Lewiston 41 (OT)

Trailing 34-21 in the second half Friday, Sandpoint rallied back.  Parker Pettit threw a 69-yard touchdown pass to running back Gerrit Cox, and later scored on a 1-yard QB sneak to tie the game at 34-34.  Lewiston had a chance to win the game in regulation, but missed a 34-yard field goal try.  In overtime, Lewiston scored first on a 4-yard pass from Jace McKarcher to James White, giving the Bengals a 41-34 lead.  On Sandpoint's possession, Pettit found Max Frank for a 6-yard TD pass.  Bulldogs head coach Ryan Knowles then elected to go for the two-point conversion and the win, and Pettit found Arie VanDenBerg for the game-winner.  Sandpoint is now 2-2 on the season.  Lewiston suffered its first loss and is now 4-1.


Idaho Falls 32, Pocatello 20

Locked into a fairly tight game at halftime, the Tigers outscored Pocatello 21-6 in the second half to pull away and keep their undefeated record intact.  Skyler Olsen scored three times for Idaho Falls (5-0).  Pocatello (3-2) was without starting quarterback Ryan Payne.


Preston 27, Blackfoot 26

The Indians improved to 4-1 with the nail-biting win.  Three of Preston's four victories have come by a single point, as the Indians have developed a reputation for delivering in late-game situations.  Leading 27-20 with less than a minute to play, Blackfoot quarterback Jaxon Grimmett threw a XX-yard pass to XX to bring the Broncos within one point.  Blackfoot coach Jerrod Ackley elected to go for the two-point conversion and the lead, but their pass attempt failed.  However, Preston was flagged for pass interference on the play, giving the Broncos a second opportunity.  Once again, Blackfoot went for two, and this time the Preston defense held.  With the loss, Blackfoot dropped to 2-3 overall.  All three of their losses have come by a single point.


Shelley 21, Hillcrest 19

The Knights (0-1 in High Country Conference, 0-5 overall) gave the Russets (1-0, 5-0) all they could handle in the league opener for both teams.  Shelley's Tomy Bradshaw collected three interceptions on defense, which helped the Russets keep Hillcrest at bay.


Minico 30, Burley 15

The Bobcats (1-2 in Great Basin Conference, 3-2 overall) hung tough for a half, but Minico's stout defense and strong running game ultimately wore them down.  Minico remains unbeaten at 2-0 in conference and 5-0 overall.  Jafeth Bendele rushed for 187 yards and 2 touchdowns, and kicker Angel Naverette kicked three field goals (42-, 41- and 31-yarders) in the win.


Snake River 31, South Fremont 21

For the second week in a row, a slow start ultimately doomed the Cougars (3-2).  Snake River (2-2) piled up 233 rushing yards on 47 carries, and also found big plays through the air, as quarterback Cole Gilbert completed 7 of 11 passes for 214 yards and a touchdown.


Salmon 19, Ririe 12

The Savages (1-0 in Nuclear Conference, 2-2 overall) held off a feisty Ririe team, and earned a win in their league opener.  Colter Bennett found the end zone twice for Salmon in the win.  Ririe dropped to 0-1 in conference and 1-4 overall.


Malad 30, Soda Springs 22

The Dragons sent a big message to the rest of the South East Idaho Conference with a hard-fought win over Soda Springs in their league opener.  Malad, under first year head coach Lucas Thorne, were picked to finish last in the preseason coaches' poll, but at the midway point of the season sit at 1-0 in conference and 3-2 overall.  Soda Springs dropped to 0-2 in conference and 1-3 overall.


Lakeside 56, Wallace 52

The Scenic Idaho Conference opener featured several big plays, the return of Lakeside running back Vander Brown, and a fourth-down stop in the final minute.  The Knights (1-0 in SIC, 2-3 overall) and Miners (0-1 in SIC, 2-3 overall) are the only two teams in the Scenic Idaho Conference.  They will meet again later in the season.


Timberline (Weippe) 18, Deary 12

The Spartans (1-0 in White Pine League, 1-2 overall) earned their first win of the season.  The winning score came with around three minutes to play, as Parker Brown hit Micah Nelson for a 78-yard touchdown pass.  Deary drops to 0-1 in WPL and 1-4 overall.


Boys Soccer

Bishop Kelly 1, Caldwell 1

The Southern Idaho Conference's top two teams dueled to a draw on Tuesday night.  In addition to the tie, Bishop Kelly defeated Caldwell earlier this year 4-3, and has the slightest of edges in the SIC race.  Bishop Kelly is 8-0-1 in the SIC and 8-2-1 overall.  Caldwell sits in second place at 7-2-1 in league and 8-3-1 overall.


Jerome 0, Wood River 0

The top two teams in the Great Basin Conference met on Saturday, and walked away with a 0-0 draw.  Jerome remains in first place with an unblemished league mark, although the Tigers do have three ties in conference play.  Jerome is 6-0-3 in the Great Basin Conference, and 8-0-3 overall.  Wood River remains within striking distance at 6-2-1 in conference and 7-4-2 overall.


Girls Soccer

Timberline 4, Capital 0
Timberline 5, Owyhee 0

Rocky Mountain 2, Eagle 0
Rocky Mountain 7, Borah 0
Rocky Mountain 9, Meridian 0

The Wolves (8-0 in Southern Idaho Conference, 10-1-1 overall) and Grizzlies (8-0, 12-1-1) are on a collision course for the SIC regular season title.  Timberline won easily over Capital and Owyhee this past week, while Rocky Mountain did the same in a loaded schedule against Eagle, Borah and Meridian.  The Grizzlies' lone loss this season came to Eagle in a non-conference matchup early in the season, so the fact that Rocky Mountain was able to exact revenge is a positive sign for the program.  Timberline will host Rocky Mountain on Tuesday night at 6:00 PM.


Volleyball

Kimberly 2, Parma 1

Two Class 3A state tournament hopefuls met up on Saturday as part of a quadrangular with Buhl and Homedale.  The Bulldogs secured some much-needed confidence in the non-conference win over a tough Parma squad from District 3.  Kimberly and Filer figure to battle it out for the District 4 title this year.


Kendrick 3, Deary 2
Kendrick 3, Timberline 0

The Tigers won two White Pine League matchups against two tough competitors, further extending their lead in the standings.  Kendrick sits at 7-0 in the WPL and 8-1 overall.





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