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Weekly Rewind (9/27 - 10/2)
The conference races are starting to become more clear
Published: 10/1/2021 11:30:51 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


Rigby 42, Idaho Falls 19

In a battle of unbeatens, the Rigby Trojans showed that once again they are the team to beat in Class 5A football.  Zheik Falevai rushed for 94 yards and 3 touchdowns for Rigby (2-0 in High Country Conference, 6-0 overall).  Idaho Falls suffered their first loss of the year and are now 1-1 in conference and 5-1 overall.


Mountain View 57, Centennial 14

The Mavericks led 37-7 at halftime, and continue to cruise in the Southern Idaho Conference.  Mountain View is 6-0 overall, and 3-0 in the SIC River Division.  Their toughest test of the season will happen this week, when the Mavs play Capital (5-1 overall, 3-0 in SIC River Division) in a game that will decide the SIC River Division title.


Rocky Mountain 51, Owyhee 14

The Grizzlies continued to impress, leading 44-0 at halftime.  The Rocky Mountain defense smothered a young Owhyee program, as the Storm scores came late in the game.  Rocky Mountain is 5-1 overall, and 2-0 in the SIC Foothills Division.


Highland 24, Thunder Ridge 14

Jack Whitmer threw 2 touchdown passes and Ian Hershey booted a 48-yard field goal for the Rams, who have quietly won six straight games since dropping their season opener against Rocky Mountain.  Highland is now 6-1 overall and 2-0 in conference play.


Meridian 15, Skyview 7

Skyview came up just short in a valiant effort on Friday night.  Twice in the closing seconds, the Hawks believed they had scored the potential game-tying touchdown.  Max Cutforth threw a touchdown to TerRyck Pennington, but that play was wiped out due to an ineligible player downfield penalty.  For a second consecutive play, Cutforth found Pennington for a 15-yard score as time expired, but the officials ruled that Pennington did not stay in bounds on the play.  WIth the win, Meridian is now 4-2 overall and 2-1 in the SIC Foothills Division.  Skyview, also a member of the SIC Foothills Division, is 2-2 in league and 4-2 overall.


Minico 43, Canyon Ridge 12

Minico rushed for 346 yards as a team in the Great Basin Conference win.  Minico improved to 3-0 in conference play and 6-0 overall.


Bonneville 13, Shelley 7

The Bees (1-5 overall, 1-1 in High Country Conference) snapped a 16-game losing streak in upsetting the 3rd ranked Russets (5-1, 1-1) on Friday night.  Bonneville mustered together a late goal line stand to preserve the win, and also forced four turnovers (three by RJ Woods) in the win.


Emmett 53, Caldwell 8

Emmett started fast, leading 39-8 at halftime.  Senior quarterback Caden Young scored twice through the air and twice on the ground for the Huskies (4-0 in SIC, 5-1 overall.)


Bishop Kelly 51, Middleton 42

The Knights leaned on senior running back Seth Knothe, who rushed for 308 yards and 5 touchdowns.  Bishop Kelly remains within striking distance of the SIC regular season championship, at 3-1 in conference and 4-2 overall.  Middleton has the exact same 3-1 and 4-2 records, but sit behind BK in the standings because of this head-to-head loss.


Sandpoint 28, Lake City 13

Gerrit Cox rushed for 171 yards and 2 TDs, and also caught 4 passes for 45 yards and a score, as the Bulldogs held off Lake City in a non-conference win.  Sandpoint is now 3-2 on the season.  All three wins have come against members of the 5A Inland Empire League (Post Falls, Lewiston and Lake City.)  They also played Couer d'Alene, and lost on a last second field goal, giving 4A Sandpoint a 3-1 record against their 5A counterparts this season.


Nampa 39, Vallivue 38

The Bulldogs were just a little bit better in a wild, back and forth game that entertained throughout.  Nampa quarterback Gabe Navarro threw for 283 yards and 2 touchdowns.  Nampa is now 2-2 in the Southern Idaho Conference and 2-4 overall.  Vallivue is 2-2 and 3-3.


Homedale 54, Parma 0

The top-ranked Trojans led 41-0 at halftime, and got three passing TDs from Jaxon Dines, along with 3 rushing TDs from Hayden Kincheloe.  The Trojans are 2-0 in Snake River Valley Conference play and 6-0 overall.


Weiser 67, Payette 0

In similar fashion to their SRV rival Homedale, the second-ranked Wolverines never trailed, blowing past Payette 67-0. Weiser, just like Homedale, is 2-0 in SRV and 6-0 overall.


Gooding 38, Buhl 12

The third-ranked Senators picked up a nice win in their Sawtooth Central Idaho Conference opener on Thursday against Buhl.  Gooding remains unbeaten at 5-0 overall and 1-0 in SCIC.  Buhl dropped to 1-4 overall and 0-1 in SCIC.


Frenchtown (MT) 38, Kellogg 23

3A's fourth-ranked Kellogg Wildcats suffered their first loss of the season on Thursday in a non-conference matchup with the Frenchtown Broncs of Montana.  Frenchtown's enrollment numbers would place them as a 4A school in Idaho, so this was a step up in competition for Kellogg (4-1).  The Wildcats will travel to Bonners Ferry for their Intermountain League opener this Friday.


Sugar-Salem 24, Preston 14

The Diggers (3-2) won their third game in a row with a strong defensive effort.  Sugar-Salem forced two turnovers defensively, and held Preston (4-2) to just 14 points overall.


West Side 55, Soda Springs 8

2A's top-ranked Pirates extended their Idaho-best winning streak to 27 consecutive games with a South East Idaho Conference win on Thursday.  Bryler Shurtliff had over 100 yards of total offense, and scored a rushing and receiving TD for West Side (2-0 in conference, 6-0 overall).  Soda Springs (0-3, 1-4) was missing starting quarterback Tug Kapp and two starting offensive linemen.


Firth 75, Ririe 0

The second-ranked team in 2A continues to impress, as Firth pitched a shut out over Ririe in a Nuclear Conference win.  The Cougars are 1-0 in league play and 4-1 overall.  Their lone loss came to top-ranked West Side in overtime in the season opener.


North Fremont 64, Salmon 0

The Huskies continued their impressive season, shutting out the Savages for their second Nuclear Conference win of the season.  North Fremont is 2-0 in conference and 5-0 overall.  Salmon dropped to 1-1 and 2-3.


Declo 2, Valley 0

The Hornets picked up a conference win by forfeit.  Declo is now 5-1 on the season and 1-0 in league play.


Nampa Christian 43, New Plymouth 14

Dane Bradshaw led a strong ground game in a Western Idaho Conference win over New Plymouth.  Bradshaw carried the ball 14 times for 214 yards and 2 touchdowns.  Nampa Christian is 2-0 in WIC and 4-1 overall.  New Plymouth is 0-1 and 2-3.


Prairie 60, Kamiah 20

The Pirates raced out to a 28-0 lead and were never seriously threatened in a White Pine League win over the Kubs.  Wyatt Ross caught four passes for 75 yards and 2 touchdowns for the Pirates (4-0 in WPL, 5-0 overall).  Kamiah dropped to 2-2 in league and overall.


Raft River 48, Glenns Ferry 6

The Trojans were led by Tate Whitaker's efficient night passing.  He went 6-for-18 for 117 yards and four TDs as Raft River improved to 2-0 in league play and 5-0 overall.


Butte County 40, Dietrich 8

The Pirates (4-1) trailed 8-6 in the second quarter, but a 60-yard punt return for a touchdown by Brody Westergard sparked Butte County to a big win.  The floodgates opened after Westergard's punt return, and the Pirates shut out Dietrich (3-2) from there.


Lapwai 44, Clearwater Valley 22

Titus Yearout was a perfect 8-for-8 passing, with 187 yards and 2 touchdowns, as Lapwai rolled to the White Pine League win.  Yearout also piled up 138 yards rushing and two scores on the ground.  Lapwai is 4-0 in the league, and 4-1 overall.  Their lone loss came to defending 1A D1 champ Oakley in their season opener.  Clearwater Valley is now 1-3 iin league and 1-4 overall.


Carey 72, Hansen 22

1A D2's top-ranked team dominated the Huskies in a Sawtooth Central Conference matchup Friday.  The Panthers are now 5-0 overall and 1-0 in conference play.
 

Castleford 38, Camas County 0

The second-ranked team in 1A D2 play, the Castleford Wolves improved to 6-0 overall and 3-0 in the Sawtooth Central Conference with a shutout win over the Mushers.


Horseshoe Bend 66, Salmon River 8

The Mustangs continued their winning ways, racing past Salmon River in a conference victory.  Horseshoe Bend is the third-ranked team in 1A D2 competition, and boast a 5-0 overall record and a 1-0 Long Pin Conference mark.


Kendrick 58, Lakeside 0

The 1A D2 Tigers improved to 4-1 overall with a non-conference win over 1A D1 Lakeside.  The Knights fell to 2-4 on the year.  Maison Anderson carried the ball four times for 112 yards and a touchdown for Kendrick.  He averaged 28 yards per carry.


Boys Soccer

Boise 0, Mountain View 0
Boise 2, Eagle 2

Timberline 3, Rocky Mountain 1
Timberline 4, Kuna 0

After the 5-1 win over Borah on September 20th put the Brave into the driver's seat in the Southern Idaho Conference, Boise was stuck in neutral last week.  The Brave dueled to a pair of draws against Mountain View on Monday and Eagle on Wednesday, which has left Boise in a precarious situation.  Boise is now 7-0-3 in SIC play, while Borah is 8-1-1 and Timberline is 8-0-2 after wins over Rocky Mountain and Kuna.  Boise will travel to Timberline in their regular season finale Monday night, in a game that could decide the SIC regular season title.


Lake City 5, Lakeland 1
Lake City 3, Coeur d'Alene 2

The Timberwolves continue to reign supreme up north, boasting a 14-0-1 overall record and a 9-0 Inland Empire League record after wins over Lakeland and Coeur d'Alene last week.  Saturday's matchup with the Vikings was particularly thrilling.  Noah Janzen scored a goal and an assist for Lake City, as they held off a late Coeur d'Alene rally.


Girls Soccer

Highland 5, Madison 0

The Rams just keep on winning.  Highland turned back Madison on Wednesday to improve to 12-0 overall and 6-0 in the High Country Conference.  The Rams have allowed just seven goals across twelve matches this season, and will finish the regular season against Thunder Ridge on Monday and Idaho Falls on Wednesday.


Twin Falls 11, Minico 0
Twin Falls 7, Jerome 0
Twin Falls 3, Preston 0

The Bruins had a busy week, picking up three shutout wins over Minico on Wednesday, Jerome on Thursday and Preston on Saturday.  The game against Preston on Saturday was a rematch of last year's 4A state championship, a game that Preston won.  Twin Falls got revenge on Saturday, and delivered a statement to the rest of the state in the process.  The Bruins are now 14-1 overall and 12-0 in Great Basin Conference play.


Volleyball

Sugar-Salem wins Battle of the Best Tournament

Another weekend, another tournament win for the Diggers.  Sugar-Salem, the defending 3A state champs, downed 5A competitors Idaho Falls, Thunder Ridge and Mountain View to win the Battle of the Best Tournament at Madison High in Rexburg.  The championship match was particularly thrilling, as the Mavericks pushed the Diggers time and again.  After dropping the first set 25-22, Sugar-Salem rallied back to win the next two by scores of 25-22 and 15-13.  Hailey Harris dished out 25 assists and also finished with 16 digs for Sugar-Salem in the win.



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