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Weekly Rewind (10/11 - 10/16)
The postseason races are heating up
Published: 10/12/2021 7:01:21 AM
Brandon Baney
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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 44, Highland 21

The Trojans racked up 392 rushing yards as a team, and clinched a playoff spot with a convincing win over the Rams.  Running back Zheik Falevai finished with 180 yards and 4 touchdowns, as Rigby improved to 3-0 in conference and 8-0 overall.  For Highland, next Friday's game against Idaho Falls becomes a must win for the Rams (2-1 in league, 6-2 overall.)


Mountain View 48, Kuna 8

The Mavericks completed Southern Idaho Conference River Division play with a perfect 5-0 record.  They are also 8-0 overall.  The Mavericks will host Rocky Mountain, the winner of the Foothills Division, in the SIC Championship Game on Friday.


Rocky Mountain 24, Meridian 21

The Grizzlies overcame some uncharacteristic first-half turnovers, and survived a Meridian comeback attempt late, to win the SIC Foohills Division.  Rocky Mountain finished 4-0 in the division, and is 7-1 overall.  They will play Mountain View in the SIC Championship Game on Friday.  Meridian finishes third in the Foothills Division with a 2-2 division record and a 5-3 overall mark.


Post Falls 32, Coeur d'Alene 27

Post Falls scored the game-winning touchdown with just 24 seconds on the clock, as Jacob Sullivan found the end zone on a 2-yard run.  Post Falls' playoff odds increased significantly, as the Trojans are now 1-1 in Inland Empire League play and 4-4 overall.  With a win over Lake City next week, Post Falls would clinch a playoff berth.  The Vikings dropped to 1-1 and 5-2, and will now need to defeat Lewiston on Friday to secure a playoff bid.
  

Borah 24, Capital 19

Tied at 13 midway through the fourth quarter, Borah surged ahead with an 18-yard field goal from Ellie Kubena, a safety from an intentional grounding penalty in the end zone against Capital, and a 6-yard run from Parker Rushton.  Trailing 24-13, Capital scored when Clark threw a 6-yard pass to Kody Walk with 1:06 to play, but their subsequent onside kick attempt failed.  With the win, Borah clinched second place in the Southern Idaho Conference Foothills Division with a 4-1 division record and a 5-3 overall mark.  They will play the fifth place team from the River Division, Skyview.  Capital finished third in the Foothills Division with a 3-2 division mark and a 5-3 overall record.  They will play the fourth place team from the River Division, Timberline.


Timberline 38, Skyview 31

The Timberwolves defeated Skyview in a back-and-forth SIC Foothills Division Contest.  Anthony Bridges totaled 157 yards and 3 touchdowns receiving for Timberline.  The Wolves are now 2-3 in the division and 5-3 overall.  They finished 4th and will play the River Division's 3rd place team, Capital, on Friday.  Skyview is 1-4 and 4-4.  The finished 5th in the Foothills Division and will play the River Division's 2nd place, team, Borah, on Thursday.


Owyhee 23, Boise 20

The Storm picked up their first varsity football win in school history, as they held off Boise 23-20 on Friday.  Both teams sport identical 1-7 records and will play each other once again on Friday, as Owyhee and Boise finished in last place in the SIC's River and Foothills Divisions, respectively.


Madison 21, Idaho Falls 17

The Bobcats surged past Idaho Falls when Ben Dredge threw a 56-yard touchdown to Logan Crane with 3:44 remaining.  Dredge, making his second start at quarterback after playing running back earlier this season, finished with 243 yards passing and 114 yards rushing.  Madison all but clinched a playoff bid with the win, as the Bobcats are now 2-1 in conference and 5-3 overall.  Idaho Falls, 1-2 in conference and 7-2 overall, needs to defeat Highland on Friday to force a three-way tie for 2nd place in the league.


Emmett 35, Columbia 12

Columbia actually led 6-0 at halftime, but the Emmett offense shook off the cobwebs in the second half to earn the 35-12 Southern Idaho Conference win.  The Huskies are now 6-0 in league and 7-1 overall.  Even with a loss this week, the Huskies have claimed the SIC regular season title and a top-five seed in the 4A playoffs.


Sandpoint 42, Moscow 6

The Sandpoint defense set the tone early, as Jack Zimmerman intercepted a pass and returned it 46 yards for a touchdown five minutes into the game.  The Bulldogs rolled from there, and improved to 1-0 in Inland Empire League play and 4-2 overall.  Sandpoint will play Lakeland on Friday.  The winner will finish first in the conference.


Bishop Kelly 35, Vallivue 21

Bishop Kelly held a tight 7-0 lead at halftime, but broke away in the second half to improve to 5-1 in the SIC and 6-2 overall.  Seth Knothe finished with 220 yards and 2 touchdowns on the ground for the Knights.  With the loss, Vallivue dropped to 3-3 in the SIC and 4-4 overall.


Pocatello 17, Preston 14

The Thunder scored the winning touchdown with 7:52 to play, as quarterback Ryan Payne scored on a 1-yard plunge.  The victory gives Pocatello a 1-0 record in conference and a 6-2 overall mark.  Preston fell to 1-1 and 5-3.  If Pocatello defeats Century this Friday, the Thunder will win the regular season conference title.


Shelley 29, Blackfoot 28 (2OT)

These teams were tied 14-14 at the end of regulation.  Both sides scored in overtime to make the score 21-21.  Then in double overtime, both teams scored again.  The difference was that Shelley went for the two point conversion, and succeeded.  Blackfoot has now lost three games this year because either they failed to convert a winning two point conversion, or allowed someone else to score the game-winning two-point conversion.


Nampa 52, Middleton 50

In a wild back-and-forth game that featured over 1,000 yards of combined offense, Nampa's Lane Hanna drilled a 49-yard field goal as time expired to lift the Bulldogs past Middleton.  Nampa quarterback Gabe Navarro only missed one throw all night; he finished 17-of-18 for 251 yards and a touchdown.  The Bulldogs are now 4-2 in the SIC and 4-4 overall.  Middleton dropped to 4th place with a 3-3 league mark and a 4-4 overall record.


Homedale 14, Weiser 6

Homedale quarterback Jaxon Dines scored on a 10-yard run to give Homedale a 7-0 lead at halftime.  Then, on its opening drive of the second half, the Trojans found paydirt again, this time on a 9-yard run by Hayden Kincheloe.  Trailing 14-0, Weiser finally got on the board early in the 4th quarter, when Brett Spencer found Brock Spencer for a 22-yard touchdown.  But Weiser couldn't get any closer, and Homedale officially clinched the Class 3A District 3 title with the win.  Weiser has clinched second place in the league.


Gooding 30, Marsh Valley 18

On a Thursday night matchup inside Pocatello's Holt Arena, the Senators defeated Marsh Valley in a battle of top-five 3A programs.  Gooding improved to 7-0 overall with the win.  Marsh Valley fell to 3-4.


Sugar-Salem 35, South Fremont 7

The Diggers won the Class 3A District 6 title by defeating their rivals from South Fremont.  The Sugar-Salem defense smothered South Fremont's high-octane offense, and are now 2-0 in conference and 5-2 overall.  South Fremont fell to 0-1 in league and 3-4 overall.  They will play Teton Friday night.  The winner takes second place and grabs the second and final playoff bid from the Mountain Rivers Conference.


Timberlake 27, Kellogg 14

The Tigers received 155 yards and 2 touchdowns rushing from James Billingsley, as Timberlake moved to 2-0 in the Intermountain League and 5-2 overall.  Kellogg dropped to 1-1 and 5-5.


Payette 27, Fruitland 14

Fruitland's playoff hopes took a significant hit during Friday's loss to Payette.  The Grizzlies and Pirates are now tied in the league standings with 2-2 conference marks.  Fruitland concludes its season against undefeated Homedale, while Payette can clinch a playoff bid with a win over McCall-Donnelly.


West Side 53, Aberdeen 0

The Pirates led 41-0 at halftime en route to another dominating victory.  Cage Brokens scored four rushing touchdowns for West Side in the win.  The Pirates clinched the South East Idaho Conference regular season title with the win, are now 7-0 this season, and boast a state-best 28 game winning streak.


Firth 48, West Jefferson 8

Firth coasted to the Nuclear Conference win.  The Cougars are now 3-0 in league and 6-1 overall.  Firth travels to North Fremont on Friday night.  The winner will win the Nuclear Conference regular season title.


North Fremont 58, Ririe 20

The Huskies rushed for over 300 yards as a team, and remained unbeaten with a Nuclear Conference win over Ririe.  North Fremont is now 3-0 in conference and 7-0 overall.  They can win the Nuclear Conference with a win over Firth next Friday.  Regardless of what happens, their MaxPreps rating is so strong that North Fremont has locked up a playoff berth either way.


Nampa Christian 40, Melba 20

Landon Cheney finished 10-of-17 passing with 244 yards and 5 touchdowns, as Nampa Christian ran past Melba in a key Western Idaho Conference game.  With the win, the Trojans control their own destiny within the WIC.  At 3-0 in league and 7-1 overall, Nampa Christian still needs to defeat Cole Valley Christian this Friday to win the title.  Melba dropped to 3-1 in league and 5-3 overall.


Filer 17, Declo 16

The 3A Wildcats knocked off one of 2A's better squads by a single point on Friday.  Filer is now 5-3 overall, while Declo dropped to 5-3 as well.  In an ironic twist, Declo is comfortably in the mix for a Class 2A playoff spot.  Filer, meanwhile, needs to defeat Buhl and have Gooding defeat Kimberly just for a chance at a three-way tie for District 4's second playoff spot in Class 3A.


Oakley 70, Lighthouse Christian 0

The Hornets led 40-0 at halftime, and improved to 3-0 in conference and 7-0 overall with the win.  Oakley will now travel to Malta this Friday to play Raft River in a game that will decide the league title.  Raft River is 3-0 and 6-0 and had a bye on Friday.


Prairie 84, Genesee 50

TJ Hibbard collected 213 rushing yards and 3 touchdowns as Prairie blew past Genesee in a White Pine League contest.  The win gave Prairie the regular season title, as they improved to 6-0 in league and 7-0 overall.  Genesee fell to 5-2 overall and in league.


Carey 32, Castleford 22

In a showdown of unbeaten teams, the Carey Panthers improved to 3-0 in conference and 7-0 overall with a tight win over Castleford.  Conner Simpson finished with 231 yards and 5 touchdowns rushing for Carey in the win.  With the loss, Castleford will finish second in the Sawtooth Conference with a 3-1 league mark and 6-1 overall record.


Horseshoe Bend 72, Garden Valley 20

Horseshoe Bend continued their strong play, improving to 3-0 in the Long Pin Conference and 7-0 overall.  Colton Meyer scored eight times for Horseshoe Bend in the win. The Mustangs will now face Council on Friday.  The winner will be the Long Pin Conference's regular season champion.


Kendrick 70, Deary 0

Kendrick led 56-0 at halftime.  Quarterback Ty Koepp scored twice on the ground and three more times through the air as the Tigers wrapped up the White Pine League regular season title.  Kendrick is now 3-0 in league and 6-1 overall.


North Gem 62, Mackay 0

Bridger Hatch scored 4 rushing touchdowns for the Cowboys, who improved to 2-0 in Rocky Mountain Conference play and 6-1 overall.  They will play Rockland on Friday.  The winner of that contest wins the regular season league title.


Timberline 78, Lewis County 66

The Spartans clinched a playoff berth for the second consecutive season by outlasting Lewis County in a game that featured over 100 combined points.  Parker Brown finished with 391 yards and 5 touchdowns passing, and 100 yards and 3 touchdowns rushing for Timberline.  In a losing effort, Lewis County's Ty Hambly finished with 192 yards and 4 touchdowns passing, and 233 yards and 3 touchdowns rushing.  The Spartans are now  2-1 in league and 2-3 overall.  They will finish second in the conference and grab the second and final playoff bid from District 2.  Lewis County is 1-2 and 3-4.



Boys Soccer


Lake City 3, Lewiston 0

In the Class 5A District 1-2 title match, Josh Kerns, Noah Janzen and Malachi Hutchens all scored for Lake City, which won its first district championship since 2018.


Boise 1, Timberline 0 (OT)

Deadlocked at 0-0 after regulation, the Brave defeated top-seeded Timberline in the Class 5A District 3 championship.  Joe Woodley scored the game-winner in overtime.


Thunder Ridge 2, Madison 1 (2OT)

The District 5-6 championship match came down to the wire, as Israel Chavez scored the game winner for the Titans in the second overtime.  With the win, Thunder Ridge advanced to their fourth consecutive 5A state tournament.


Lewiston 3, Eagle 1

The Bengals qualified for state for the first time in program history by winning Saturday's 5A Play-In Match against Eagle.  The Kessler boys did all of the scoring for Lewiston, as Teddy Kessler scored twice and Paul Kessler added the Bengals' third goal.  


Sandpoint 5, Moscow 0

The Bulldogs won the Class 4A District 1-2 championship with ease over Moscow.  Randy Lane scored twice for Sandpoint, while Canyon Nash, Aidan Smith and Evan Darling also found the net for the Bulldogs.


Caldwell 3, Bishop Kelly 3 (2OT/Caldwell wins PKs 7-6)

Caldwell trailed 2-0 after one half of play in Thursday's Class 4A District 3 championship match.  But the Cougars fought back, and survived nine rounds of penalty kicks to defeat Bishop Kelly 7-6 after two scoreless overtime periods.  Jaden Pineda, Danny Torres and Sam Yeakley all scored in regulation for the Cougars.


Jerome 1, Canyon Ridge 0

After tying Canyon Ridge twice in the regular season, the top-seeded Jerome Tigers prevailed 1-0 in the Class 4A District 4 championship on Thursday.  Canyon Ridge defeated Twin Falls on Saturday 2-1 to earn District 4's second playoff spot at state.


Preston 4, Pocatello 3

Pocatello held leads of 2-1 and 3-2, but couldn't hold off the pesky Indians in Wednesday's Class 4A District 5 championship.  Parker Cromwell scored the game-winning goal for Preston, and was assisted by Bryan Bustos.


Blackfoot 1, Hillcrest 0

Chris Garcia scored just five minutes in, and the Blackfoot defense made that lead stand the rest of the way, winning the 4A District 6 championship over Hillcrest on Wednesday.  Blackfoot came into districts as the #3 seed, and upset #2 Skyline in the semis and #1 Hillcrest in the final.


Hillcrest 3, Vallivue 1

After being upset by Blackfoot in the Class 4A District 6 championship, Hillcrest advanced to state by winning a Class 4A State Play-In Match over Vallivue.  The Knights were led by Hadrian Pena, Thomas Endsley and Corbin Lewis, who all found the back of the net.


Coeur d'Alene Charter 1, Bonners Ferry 1 (2OT/CDA Charter wins PKs 3-1)

The top-seeded Panthers won a tense showdown with third-seeded Bonners Ferry in the Class 3A District 1-2 championship Saturday.  Tied 1-1 after two overtime periods, the Panthers built an early 3-1 lead in penalty kicks, and made it stand to win the district title.  Despite the loss, Bonners Ferry still qualified for the 3A State Tournament, along with CDA Charter.


McCall-Donnelly 6, Weiser 4 (PKs)

In a stunning upset, McCall-Donnelly defeated top-seeded Weiser in penalty kicks to steal the one bid available from Class 3A District 3.  The Vandals are now 11-2 on the season, while Weiser's season concluded with an 11-3 record.


Sun Valley Community School 1, Kimberly 1 (2OT/Sun Valley CS wins PKs 4-2)

The top-seeded Cutthroats won the Class 3A District 4 championship over Kimberly, the No. 6 seed and somewhat of a Cinderella squad.  The two squads were tied 1-1 at the end of regulation, and two overtime periods.  Nils Galloway, Walker Pate, Campbell Spoor and Carter Sammis found the net for Sun Valley CS in the penalty kick period.


American Falls 2, Marsh Valley 1

The Beavers won a tight match over Marsh Valley for the Class 3A District 5-6 championship.  American Falls is now 14-2 following the win.


Sugar-Salem 6, Teton 3

The Diggers won the Class 3A District 6 title over Teton with a strong performance from Kyle Brunson, who scored 15 seconds into the match and finished with three goals overall.  


Teton 6, Marsh Valley 5 (PKs)

The Timberwolves kept their season alive with a thrilling penalty kicks victory over Marsh Valley in a Class 3A State Play-In Match.  Teton is now 10-4 and will be the second team from District 6 at state.


Girls Soccer


Lake City 1, Coeur d'Alene 0

The crosstown rivals battled through a fantastic Class 5A District 1-2 championship game.  The game was scoreless for much of the match, but Lake City junior Georgia Whitehead scored the game winning goal in the 77th minute to lift the Timberwolves past Coeur d'Alene.


Rocky Mountain 2, Timberline 1

The Grizzlies won the Class 5A District 3 championship over Timberline thanks to the duo of Kaitlyn Slocum and Nadia Kincaid.  Tied 0-0 at the half, Slocum assisted twice on Kincaid goals in the second half to give Rocky Mountain the win.


Highland 4, Thunder Ridge 0

The Rams claimed the Class 5A District 5-6 title with a shutout victory over Thunder Ridge.  The Rams are now 16-0 and will carry the #1 overall seed into the 5A State Tournament.  Thunder Ridge defeated Madison on Saturday 1-0 to earn the district's second playoff berth.  The Titans are seeded 8th, and will face Highland in a rematch at state.


Eagle 2, Coeur d'Alene 0

The Mustangs defeated Coeur d'Alene in the Class 5A State Play-In Match in Lewiston on Saturday.  With the win, the Mustangs actually leapfrogged fellow SIC school Centennial for the #6 seed at state.


Moscow 1, Sandpoint 0

In one of the most shocking outcomes statewide, undefeated Sandpoint fell in the Class 4A District 1-2 championship match to Moscow on Thursday.  Despite outshooting the Bears 17-3, Sandpoint wasn't able to find the back of the net.  The game winning goal came in the 51st minute, as Moscow's Megan Poler scored on a penalty kick.  Sandpoint finishes the year with a 12-1 record, and will stay home during the 4A State Tournament.


Bishop Kelly 2, Middleton 1 (2OT)
Bishop Kelly 5, Vallivue 0

The Knights secured a bid to the Class 4A State Tournament with a dramatic win over Middleton in the District 3 Tournament semifinals.  Tied at 1 through nearly two periods of overtime, BK was facing the possibility of penalty kicks when Gina Rhodes scored the game-winner with five minutes to play in the second OT.  The Knights had a much easier time in the Class 4A District 3 championship match, breezing past Vallivue and claiming their 13th straight district title.


Twin Falls 2, Canyon Ridge 0  

The Bruins won the Class 4A District 4 championship over their crosstown rivals.  The Bruins carry a 17-1 overall record into state.  Canyon Ridge also qualified for state by defeating Mountain Home 3-0 in the district consolation final.


Skyline 3, Bonneville 2 (OT)

The Grizzlies fought off Bonneville for the dramatic overtime victory in the Class 4A District 6 championship match.  Skyline is 14-0-2 on the season with the win.


Caldwell 5, Bonneville 4

The Cougars turned back the Bees in a high-scoring Class 4A State Play-In Match.  Caldwell, with the win, becomes the third team to represent District 3 at state.


Coeur d'Alene Charter 4, Timberlake 0

The top-seeded Panthers easily dispatched Timberlake in the Class 3A District 1-2 championship on Saturday.  Rebekah Hines and Cadence Wilson each scored twice for CDA Charter.


Fruitland 6, McCall-Donnelly 2

The top-seeded Grizzlies had no problems with McCall-Donnelly in the Class 3A District 3 championship.  Fruitland is now 16-0-1, and carries the #1 seed into the Class 3A State Tournament.


Sun Valley Community School 3, Kimberly 1

The second-seeded Cutthroats won the Class 3A District 4 championship over top-seeded Kimberly on Thursday.  Maya Lightner, Anabel Viesturs and Tatum Minor all scored for Sun Valley CS in the win.


Sugar-Salem 1, Teton 0

Ava Rydalch scored in the sixth minute of play, and the Diggers made that 1-0 lead stand the rest of the way, as the Diggers secured the Class 3A District 6 championship.


Teton 3, Snake River 2 (PKs)

After falling to Sugar-Salem in the Class 3A District 6 championship match, Teton rebounded by defeating Snake River in a 3A State Tournament Play-In Match on Saturday in Blackfoot.  It took a heart-stopping penalty kick win, but the Timberwolves will certainly take it.



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