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Weekly Rewind (10/4 - 10/9)
This past week featured several exciting finishes in football
Published: 10/9/2021 8:02:02 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."  


Rigby 24, Blackfoot 13

5A's top ranked Trojans were tested by an unranked 4A opponent.  Tiger Adolpho threw two touchdowns and rushed for another, but a late 21-yard field goal from Forrest Uminski gave the Trojans the breathing room they finally needed.  Rigby improved to 7-0 with the win.  Blackfoot is now 3-4, but are 2-0 in the High Country Conference.

Mountain View 24, Capital 6

The Mavericks wrapped up the Southern Idaho Conference's River Division title on Friday with the win over Capital.  Mountain View will play the champion of the SIC's Foothills Division on October 22nd in the SIC championship game.  Regardless of how that contest goes, the Mavs clinched a top-four seed during the 5A postseason and will receive a first round bye.  Mountain View is still undefeated at 7-0 overall and 4-0 in the River Division.  Capital, also a member of the River Division, is 5-2 and 3-1.

Rocky Mountain 30, Timberline 16

The Grizzlies and Wolves were tied at 16 at halftime, but Rocky Mountain outscored Timberline 14-0 in the second half to earn the win.  Tegan Sweaney threw for 196 yards and 3 touchdowns for Rocky Mountain in the win.  The Grizzlies continue to lead the Southern Idaho Conference's Foothills Division with a 3-0 division mark and a 6-1 overall record.  However, a showdown with Meridian awaits this Friday.  Should the Warriors win, it would create a three-way tie atop the SIC Foothills Division between Rocky Mountain, Meridian and Eagle.  Timberline, meanwhile, remains in the playoff hunt.  Despite their 0-3 record in the division, the Wolves are 4-3 overall.

Coeur d'Alene 38, Lake City 0

Brayden Bengston threw for 224 yards and 2 touchdowns, as Coeur d'Alene remained unbeaten with a win over their crosstown rivals.  The Vikings are 5-1 overall and 1-0 in the Inland Empire League.  Lake City is 2-4 and 0-1.

Idaho Falls 38, Skyline 34

The Tigers won the Emotion Bowl for the first time in eight years with a comeback for the ages.  Idaho Falls trailed 34-17 in the fourth quarter, but slowly chipped away at the lead.  Skyler Olsen threw three touchdowns in the period.  The first, a 40-yarder to Coltin Lyda, cut the deficit to 34-24 with 9:34 to go.  The second, a 37-yarder to Beau Anderson, made it 34-31 with 4:08 remaining.  The final score, a 35-yarder to Hunter Miller, came with just 15 seconds to play, and gave Idaho Falls the improbable 38-34 comeback win.

Madison 33, Thunder Ridge 27 (2OT)

Quarterback Ben Dredge scored on an 8-yard keeper in double overtime, lifting Madison to their first High Country Conference win of the season.  Dredge had been the Bobcats' starting running back this year, but was moved to QB for Friday night's contest.  Madison improved to 4-3 overall and 1-1 in conference.  Thunder Ridge is now 1-4 and 0-4.

Lewiston 30, Post Falls 29

The Inland Empire League rivals played an entertaining contest that wasn't decided until the closing moments.  When the fourth quarter began, the two sides were tied at 21.  Backed up in their own end zone, Post Falls was flagged for holding, which is is an automatic safety.  Lewiston took the 23-21 lead and appeared poised to score off of the ensuing possession, but Post Falls' Zachary Clark intercepted a pass near the goal line and returned it 96 yards for a touchdown.  Post Falls went for two and got it, and led 29-23.  With 1:09 to play, Lewiston scored the game-tying touchdown on a 7-yard run from Cruz Hepburn.  The point after kick gave the Bengals a one-point lead.  Post Falls mounted one final drive, but a 25-yard field goal for the win missed wide left as time expired.  Lewiston is now 6-1 overall and 1-0 in the Inland Empire League.  Post Falls is 3-4 and 0-1.

Minico 30, Jerome 7

The Spartans kept their unbeaten record intact, defeating Jerome in a Great Basin Conference matchup Friday.  Minico is 7-0 overall and 4-0 in conference play.

Emmett 42, Middleton 41

In one of the more shocking results Idaho has seen this year, Emmett scored twice in the fourth quarter to rally back and knock off Middleton.  The Vikings enjoyed a 41-28 lead with 8:57 to play.  Emmett's comeback began when Caden Young threw a 16-yard touchdown to Caseyn Pearson to reduce the lead to 41-35 with 1:05 remaining.  Rather than try an onside kick, Emmett opted to kick deep.  Middleton simply needed to kneel on the ball to pull out the win, but the Vikings wanted to try and score one more time.  A win over Emmett wouldn't have been enough for the Vikings.  Because of the potential three-way tie atop the SIC standings with Middleton, Emmett and Bishop Kelly, the Vikings needed to win by at least 13 points to assure themselves of the top spot in the division.  As Middleton quarterback Ky McClure dropped back to pass, Emmett's defense forced and recovered a fumble at the Vikings' 20-yard line with just 26 seconds to play.  Caden Young took it from there, scoring on a quarterback keeper from 6 yards out as time expired.  Jorge Rivera kicked the point-after, and Emmett walked away with a 42-41 win.  Emmett is now all but assured of the SIC regular season title, with a 5-0 league record and 6-1 overall mark.  Middleton dropped to 3-2 and 4-3.

Pocatello 42, Shelley 28

The Thunder racked up over 300 yards on the ground and over 200 yards through the air in a dominant non-conference win over the Russets.  Pocatello is now 5-2, while Shelley also dropped to 5-2.  The Thunder will play Preston, also 5-2, this Friday in Holt Arena in a game that could decide the South East Idaho Conference championship.

Bishop Kelly 55, Caldwell 6

BK led 41-0 at halftime, and were paced by quarterback Hadley Smith's efforts.  Smith was 9-of-12 passing for 126 yards and 2 touchdowns.  The Knights are now 5-2 overall and 4-1 in the Southern Idaho Conference.

Bonneville 14, Hillcrest 11

The Bees snapped a seven-game losing streak to their rivals, winning the Civil War matchup with a dramatic score late.  Trailing 11-8 with 1:04 to play, Jacob Perez lofted a 23-yard touchdown pass to Anthem Dahlke for the winning score.  Bonneville is now 2-5 overall, but 2-1 in High Country Conference play.  Hillcrest dropped to 0-7 and 0-3.

Homedale 48, Payette 0

Class 3A's top-ranked team continued to dominate, picking up a Snake River Valley Conference win over Payette on Friday.  Hayden Kincheloe rushed for 343 yards and 4 touchdowns for the Trojans.  Homedale is now 7-0 overall and 3-0 in the SRV.

Weiser 52, McCall-Donnelly 0

Class 3A's second-ranked Wolverines shutout McCall-Donnelly to improve to 7-0 overall and 3-0 in Snake River Valley Conference play.  The matchup everyone has been waiting for will arrive on Friday when the Wolverines travel to Homedale to play the Trojans.  Homedale is ranked 1st in 3A, Weiser is ranked 2nd.  And both teams have identical 7-0 and 3-0 records.

Gooding 58, Filer 0

University of Michigan commit Colston Loveland caught 6 passes for 173 yards and 3 touchdowns as the Senators rolled to the Sawtooth Central Idaho Conference win.  Gooding is now 6-0 overall and 2-0 in league.

Sugar-Salem 59, Teton 0

The Diggers began Mountain Rivers Conference play with a convincing shutout win over Teton.  Sugar-Salem scored eight times on the ground, including a three-touchdown performance from Carson Harris.  Sugar-Salem improved to 4-2 overall and 1-0 in conference.  Teton dropped to 1-6 and 0-1.

North Fremont 44, Aberdeen 18

In a highly anticipated non-conference Class 2A matchup, North Fremont remained unbeaten on the year with a 44-18 win.  The Huskies, 2A's third-ranked team, improved to 6-0 overall.  Aberdeen fell to 3-3.  Senior quarterback Jordan Lenz scored three times on the ground and twice through the air to lead North Fremont in the win.

Nampa Christian 28, Declo 20

In a non-conference showdown of top five teams, Class 2A's fifth-ranked Trojans outlasted the fourth-ranked Hornets 28-20 on the road in Declo.  Nampa Christian now sits at 6-1 overall, while Declo drops to 5-2.

Oakley 64, Glenns Ferry 0

1A D1's top ranked team, the defending state champs from Oakley, continue to roll.  Oakley shut out Glenns Ferry to improve to 6-0 overall and 2-0 in the conference.  Dace Jones scored four times for the Hornets, including a kickoff return for a TD.  He also registered 17 tackles and a fumble recovery on defense.

Prairie 58, Lapwai 26

In a showdown between the White Pine League's top two teams, Prairie proved once again that they are the premiere program up north in 1A D1 football.  The Pirates' backfield duo of Brody Hasselstrom and TJ Hibbard combined for 7 touchdowns on the ground.  Prairie, the second-ranked team in 1A D1, is now 6-0 overall and 5-0 in league.  Lapwai, the fourth-ranked team in 1A D1, dropped to 4-2 and 4-1.

Raft River 50, Murtaugh 0

The Trojans improved to 6-0 overall and 3-0 in league with the shutout victory over Murtaugh.  Thaine Loughmiller dominated on both sides of the ball for Raft River, rushing for 127 yards and 2 touchdowns, while also racking up 12 tackles, 1 sack and 2 fumble recoveries.

Butte County 40, Challis 6

Butte County ventured into conference play for the first time Friday night, and easily dispatched Challis.  The Pirates are the fifth-ranked team in Class 1A D1, and improved to 1-0 in conference and 5-1 overall.

Carey 58, Camas County 0

The top-ranked team in 1A D2 play, the Panthers pitched a shutout against the Mushers in a conference game Friday.  Carey improved to 6-0 overall and 2-0 in league play.  They will play second-ranked Castleford on Friday in a game that will not only have implications in the conference, but statewide as well.

Kendrick 54, Timberline 0

The Tigers remained perfect in White Pine League Play, shutting out the Spartans 54-0 on Friday.  Ty Koepp threw for 275 yards and 4 touchdowns, as Kendrick improved to 2-0 in league and 5-1 overall.

North Gem 64, Watersprings 24

The Cowboys ran their way to a 40-point win over last year's Rocky Mountain Conference champs from Watersprings.  The Cowboys are now 5-1 on the year, and are 1-0 in conference play.  Their lone loss came to top-ranked Carey in September.

Boys Soccer

Madison 2, Highland 1 (OT)

The top-seeded Bobcats got more than they bargained for from fifth-seeded Highland in their district tournament opener on Saturday.  Madison prevailed in overtime, though, and secured a spot in the district title game with the win.  They will play the winner of Idaho Falls-Thunder Ridge in the district championship on Thursday.  You can follow all of the boys soccer district tournament action here.

Canyon Ridge 3, Twin Falls 2 (2OT, PK)
Jerome 2, Wood River 0

The top four teams in the Great Basin Conference have been evenly matched all year, and Friday's semifinal matches at the district tournament proved it.  3rd seeded Canyon Ridge knocked out 2nd seeded Twin Falls on penalty kicks after the two sides ended regulation tied at 2-2.  Two ten-minute overtime periods didn't settle anything, so the match went to PKs.  The Riverhawks outshot the Bruins 4-2 in penalty kicks, receiving goals from Vincent Milindi, Denis Malanda, Bachar Djouma and Sarawas Pokhrel.  Top-seeded Jerome, meanwhile, defeated 4th seeded Wood River 2-0 in Friday's other semifinal.  The two teams tied in both of their regular season matchups, including a 0-0 draw in the regular season finale a week ago.  

Girls Soccer

Marsh Valley 3, American Falls 2

In an evenly contested matchup for the Class 3A District 5 championship, the top-seeded Eagles outlasted the second-seeded Beavers 3-2 on Saturday.  Marsh Valley qualified for state with the win, while American Falls still has a shot.  The Beavers will play Snake River on Monday at 4:00 PM.  The winner of that game advances to a state play-in match.  You can follow all of the girls district tournament action here.

Sandpoint 2, CDA Charter 1

October 7th marked the final day of the regular season for the Coeur d'Alene Charter girls soccer program.  Originally scheduled to play St. Maries in an Intermountain League game, that match was cancelled after St. Maries had to forfeit because of illness.  Left with a hole in the schedule, the Panthers picked up a game with 4A Inland Empire League champion Sandpoint.  Rebekah Hines scored in the 52nd minute to put CDA Charter ahead 1-0, and it stayed that way until the very end.  Sandpoint scored twice in the final five minutes of regulation to steal a late win.  Kailee McNamee scored the equalizer for Sandpoint, while the game-winner came from Erin Eddy.  Sandpoint stayed unbeaten at 12-0 on the year, while a 22-match winning streak for CDA Charter was snapped.  The Panthers wrapped up the regular season with a 14-1 record.


Horseshoe Bend wins I Pink I Can Tournament

The Mustangs continued their impressive season, traveling all the way to Arco and winning the I Pink I Can Tournament, hosted by Butte County High.  Horseshoe Bend went undefeated in pool play, then swept Butte County, Salmon and Mackay by identical 2-0 scores to win the bracket portion of play.  The matchup with Mackay was notable, as both teams have routinely been ranked in the 1A D2 Coaches Poll this year.

Skyview wins Clearwater Classic

Another weekend, another out of state tournament won by the Skyview Hawks.  This time, Skyview traveled to Bend, Oregon for the Clearwater Classic, and went 6-0.  The Hawks didn't drop a single set, winning all six matches by scores of 2-0.

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