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Weekly Rewind (10/18 - 10/23)
It's the Final Countdown as the high school football and volleyball state playoffs begin
Published: 10/21/2021 7:17:30 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."  


Madison 31, Rigby 28

The Bobcats snapped Rigby's 23-game winning streak with strong special teams and defensive play late.  Jeff Williams kicked a 27-yard field goal with 1:54 to play to give Madison (3-1, 6-3) a 31-28 lead.  Then, as Rigby (3-1, 8-1) was driving for the potential tying or winning score, Sam Rasmussen stripped the ball out of Rigby quarterback Tiger Adolpho's hand.  Hayden Sorenson recovered for Madison to win the game.  Both teams qualified for the state playoffs.  Despite the loss, Rigby still won the regular season district title based on a three-way tiebreaker between the Trojans, Bobcats and Highland.

Mountain View 26, Rocky Mountain 6

Quintez Evans ran for three touchdowns, as Mountain View (9-0) won the Southern Idaho Conference Championship Game over Rocky Mountain (7-2).  Coupled with their season-opening win over the Grizzlies in August, the 2021 Mountain View squad became the first in school history to defeat their rivals twice in one season.  The Grizzlies turned the ball over four times in the loss.  Both teams have qualified for the playoffs and earned first round byes.

Highland 38, Idaho Falls 21

The Rams (3-1, 7-2) piled up 368 yards on the ground as they finished the regular season with a win.  After a 5-0 start, Idaho Falls (1-3, 6-3) will miss out on the playoffs.

Eagle 62, Kuna 14

The Mustangs (7-2) clinched a playoff berth with an SIC cross-division win over Kuna on Friday.

Skyview 41, Borah 14

The Hawks clinched an automatic bid into the Class 5A postseason with a cross-divisional win over Borah on Thursday Night.  Skyview (5-4) was the 5th place finished from the SIC Foothills Division, and jumped out to a 28-0 lead at halftime against the Lions (5-4), the 2nd place finisher from the SIC's River Division.  Max Cutforth threw for 269 yards and 5 touchdowns for Skyview.  Camden Young was on the receiving end of one of those five touchdowns, and also returned an interception 98 yards for a score.  Borah still has a chance to claim the sole at-large playoff spot awarded in Class 5A, but they would need Post Falls to finish third in their Kansas City Tiebreaker on Monday.  If Coeur d'Alene or Lewiston finish third, then Borah would be out.

Meridian 35, Centennial 0

The Warriors (6-3) shut out Centennial in an SIC cross-division game to earn an automatic bid to the Class 5A playoffs.

Capital 42, Timberline 7

Max Clark threw for three touchdowns, and added a fourth on the ground as Capital, the 3rd place team from the River Division, won their SIC cross-divisional game over Timberline, the 4th place team from the Foothills Division.  Capital (6-3) clinched a playoff bid with the win, while Timberline (5-4) just missed out on a playoff spot.

Coeur d'Alene 38, Lewiston 7

The Vikings churned out 500 yards of total offense, and held Lewiston's star running back Cruz Hepburn to just 5 yards rushing, as they forced a three-way tie for the Inland Empire League championship.  Coeur d'Alene (2-1, 6-2) and Lewiston (2-1, 7-2) will compete in a Kansas City Playoff on Monday in Moscow, along with Post Falls.

Post Falls 35, Lake City 13

The Trojans kept their season alive in a must-win situation against Lake City.  Jake Bustamante rushed for 130 yards and 2 touchdowns in the win.  Post Falls (2-1, 5-4) will now compete in a Kansas City Tiebreaker with Coeur d'Alene and Lewiston on Monday in Moscow.  Post Falls will need to finish first or second to clinch a playoff spot.

Minico 26, Twin Falls 19

The Spartans rushed for 359 yards as a team, and won the Great Basin Conference title over Twin Falls.  Minico (6-0, 9-0) received the No. 3 overall seed in the Class 4A postseason.  Twin Falls (5-1, 7-2) finished second in the Great Basin Conference, and also received a playoff bid.

Vallivue 8, Emmett 7

Emmett clung to a 7-0 lead at the end of the second and third quarters, but Vallivue scored late and pulled off the 2-point conversion to stun the Huskies.  Even with the loss, Emmett (6-1, 7-2) still won the Southern Idaho Conference championship and earned the No. 4 seed in the Class 4A playoffs.  Vallivue (4-3, 5-4) also qualified for the 4A postseason.

Sandpoint 37, Lakeland 10

Parker Pettit ran for 172 yards and 2 touchdowns, and added another 103 yards through the air as Sandpoint won the Inland Empire League title over Lakeland.  The Bulldogs (2-0, 5-2) enter the Class 4A postseason as the No. 2 seed overall, which means they will host playoff games until the championship.  Lakeland (1-1, 5-4) also qualified for the postseason.

Pocatello 51, Century 12

The Thunder dominated their crosstown rivals from Century, winning the South East Idaho Conference and wrapping up the No. 2 seed overall in the Class 4A playoffs.  Pocatello (2-0, 7-2) will host playoff games through the semifinal round.  Century (0-2, 2-6)  just missed out on the final playoff spot available in 4A.  Bonneville claimed the final at-large bid, even though Century defeated the Bees earlier this year.

Blackfoot 31, Bonneville 6

In an up-and-down season, Blackfoot came through when it mattered most.  Their victory over Bonneville, coupled with Skyline's win over Shelley, gave the Broncos the High Country Conference championship.  Blackfoot and Skyline had identical 3-1 league records, but Blackfoot's head-to-head win over Skyline gave the Broncos the conference crown.  Blackfoot (3-1, 4-5) automatically receives a top five seed in the Class 4A postseason (the five district champions are given the top five seeds.)  Despite the loss, Bonneville (2-2, 2-7) grabbed the final at-large playoff berth.

Skyline 14, Shelley 12

Trailing 14-6 late in the fourth quarter, Shelley's Ryker Clinger scored on a 4-yard run, bringing the Russets (2-2, 6-3) to within 2 points.  Kaden Kidman's 2-point conversion pass attempt was high, though, and the Grizzlies (3-1, 5-4) hung on for the win.  Both teams qualified for the Class 4A postseason.

Preston 17, Snake River 14

Emery Thorson rushed for 65 yards and a touchdown, and also racked up 8 tackles and an interception on defense as Class 4A Preston won their regular season finale against Class 3A Snake River.  Both Preston (6-3) and Snake River (4-4) each qualified for their respective postseasons.

Homedale 35, Fruitland 0

The Trojans wrapped up their regular season slate with an unblemished record.  Homedale (9-0, 5-0) will be the No. 1 seed in the Class 3A playoffs.  Fruitland finishes their season at 2-3 and 4-4.

Gooding 43, Kimberly 6

The Senators won their eighth Sawtooth Central Idaho Conference title in the last ten years with a dominant victory over an injury-plagued Kimberly.  Gooding (3-0, 8-0) clinched a first round bye and the No. 2 overall seed in the Class 3A postseason.  Kimberly (1-2, 4-5) finished in a three-way tie for the second and final playoff bid from the SCIC.  They will face Filer and Buhl in a Kansas City Tiebreaker on Monday at 6:00 PM at Twin Falls High School.

Weiser 44, Parma 6

Weiser ended their regular season with a strong win over Parma.  The Wolverines are the second-place finisher in the Snake River Valley Conference at 4-1 and 8-1, and will be the top-seeded at-large team in this week's opening round of the Class 3A playoffs.

Timberlake 24, Bonners Ferry 19

The Tigers won the Intermountain League title with a tight win over Bonners Ferry.  James Billingsley rushed for 98 yards and 3 touchdowns for Timberlake (3-0, 6-2).  The Tigers received a first round bye in the Class 3A postseason by winning their district.  Bonners Ferry (1-2, 4-4) could have forced a three-way tie for the IL crown with a win, but with the loss, their season is now over.  Kellogg clinched the second playoff bid from the district.

Marsh Valley 27, American Falls 0

Marsh Valley won the South East Idaho Conference with a shut out win over American Falls.  The Eagles (2-0, 4-4) received a first round bye in the Class 3A playoffs.  American Falls (0-2, 3-6) could have forced a three-way tie and coin flip tiebreaker with a win, but their season ends without a playoff appearance.

Filer 37, Buhl 18

The Wildcats surged past Buhl on Friday night, setting up a Kansas City Tiebreaker on Monday at Twin Falls High.  Filer and Buhl each finished with 1-2 records in conference play, as did Kimberly.  Those three will now duke it out for one playoff spot.

McCall-Donnelly 29, Payette 13

The Vandals kept their playoff dreams alive with a win over Payette in their regular season finale.  McCall-Donnelly and Payette both finished tied for the third and final playoff bid from the Snake River Valley Conference.  They will decide that playoff berth with a Kansas City Tiebreaker on Monday at Weiser High.

South Fremont 23, Teton 13

Kaimen Peebles ran for 2 touchdowns and threw for another as the Cougars (1-1, 4-4) officially clinched second place in the Mountain Rivers Conference and earned a playoff bid.  Teton (0-2, 1-7) finished third in the conference.

West Side 62, Malad 18

West Side (4-0, 8-0) extended their state-best winning streak to 29 games in a row.  After allowing a 75-yard touchdown pass on Malad's (1-3, 2-6) opening possession, the Pirates trailed 6-0.  But West Side proceeded to score on seven of eight first half possessions, and led 49-6 at halftime.  West Side piled up 410 yards on the ground, and will have a first round bye in the Class 2A playoffs.  They will also hold the No. 1 seed overall.

North Fremont 22, Firth 21

Firth led 21-8 in the fourth quarter, but the Huskies staged a dramatic comeback.  Jordan Lenz threw a 25-yard touchdown to Hank Richardson to bring North Fremont to within 21-16.  Firth's ensuing drive ended at the North Fremont 10-yard line, where they turned the ball over on downs.  Faced with the task of mounting a 90-yard scoring drive with no timeouts remaining, the normally run-heavy Huskies went to the air.  On a drive that lasted three plays and took just 30 seconds off the clock, Lenz threw the game-winning score to AJ Hill from 48 yards away.  North Fremont (4-0, 8-0) won the Nuclear Conference and earned a first round bye.  Firth (6-2, 3-1) also qualified for the playoffs and will host a first round game.

Nampa Christian 30, Cole Valley Christian 20

Landon Cheney threw for 190 yards and 2 touchdowns, and added 116 yards and a touchdown on the ground, as Nampa Christian (4-0, 8-1) wrapped up the Western Idaho Conference regular season title.  With a win, Cole Valley Christian (2-2, 5-3) could have forced a three-way tie for league title, but instead the Chargers finished third.  They still claimed an at-large playoff bid thanks to their strong MaxPreps rating.

Raft River 22, Oakley 16

The Trojans jumped out to a 22-0 halftime lead, then held on tight as Oakley made their comeback in the second half.  After a three-and-out on Oakley's first possession of the game, Tegan Whitaker returned a punt 60 yards for a touchdown, and Raft River never trailed again.  Oakley's comeback attempt ultimately ended with 7 seconds to play, as Payton Beck's fourth-down desperation pass fell incomplete.  Raft River (4-0, 7-0) wins the Snake River Conference title and will be the top seed during the 1AD1 playoffs.  Oakley (3-1, 7-1) settles for second and will play the champion of the Scenic Idaho Conference (either Lakeside or Wallace) in a first round playoff game.

Prairie 58, Troy 16

Six different Pirates scored rushing touchdowns in another dominating White Pine League victory for Prairie.  Prairie (7-0, 8-0) received a first round bye in the Class 1AD1 playoffs by virtue of winning the White Pine League.

Butte County 48, Grace 6

The Pirates led 42-6 at halftime as they ran away with the High Desert Conference regular season title.  The league championship also gives Butte County (2-0, 6-1) a first round bye during the Class 1AD1 playoffs.  Tyler Langstrom hooked up with Boone Gamett three times for Butte County touchdowns, while Lawson Moncor ran for three scores and took a fumble back 64 yards for a touchdown as well.  Despite the loss, Grace (1-1, 4-4) qualified for the 1AD1 postseason as well.

Notus 62, Wilder 19

Notus (3-0, 7-1) claimed the Western Idaho Conference title for the second year in a row with a dominant win over Wilder (3-1, 5-3).  Carter Woodland piled up 258 total yards and 5 touchdowns to lead the Notus offense, while Aaron Jimenez registered 9 tackles, 1 sack and 1 fumbler recovery on defense.

Wallace 40, Lakeside 36

Teagan Goldade scored the game-winning touchdown on a 32-yard run with just 3:09 to play, as the Miners held off Lakeside Friday night.  Lakeside won the first matchup between the Scenic Idaho Conference rivals 56-52, which means the two-team conference has a tie for first place.  Both Wallace (1-1, 3-4) and Lakeside (1-1, 3-5) will now face off in a Kansas City Tiebreaker on Monday at Post Falls High.  The winner will receive the league's only bid to the Class 1AD1 postseason.

Genesee 24, Kendrick 22

Genesee scored the game-winning touchdown late, as Jack Johnson scored a rushing touchdown to lift the Class 1AD1 Bulldogs (6-2) past the Class 1AD2 Tigers (6-2) in a non-conference matchup.  Both teams will qualified for their respective postseasons.

Carey 24, Dietrich 22

Carey led 16-14 at halftime, but Dietrich quickly took the lead back in the fourth quarter on a 20-yard touchdown run by Payten Sneddon.  Trailing 22-16, Carey rallied, as Chase Bennion scored the game-winning touchdown on a 25-yard run.  Carey (4-0, 8-0) won the Sawtooth Conference with the win.  Dietrich (2-2, 5-3) finished third in the league standings, but also qualified for the Class 1AD2 postseason.

Horseshoe Bend 38, Council 36

The Mustangs claimed the Long Pin Conference title, but the Lumberjacks didn't make it easy for them.  Horseshoe Bend (4-0, 8-0) kept their unbeaten record intact, while Council (3-1, 5-2) finished second and also claimed a playoff spot.

Castleford 62, Rimrock 0

The Wolves wrapped up their regular season with a 62-0 win over Rimrock in a non-conference game.  Castleford now gets ready for the playoffs after finishing 7-1 in the regular season.

North Gem 62, Rockland 18

North Gem (3-0, 7-1) won the Rocky Mountain Conference title over Rockland (2-1, 5-3).  Both teams will be competing in the Class 1AD2 postseason.

Camas County 80, Hansen 26

Troy Smith finished with 111 yards rushing and 2 touchdowns to lead the Mushers to a playoff-clinching win over Hansen on Friday.  With the win, Camas County (1-3, 2-6) finished fourth in the Sawtooth Conference and grabbed the final automatic bid from the league.  Hansen (0-4, 1-6) finished fifth and just missed out on the postseason.


Post Falls 3, Coeur d'Alene 0

The Trojans swept their way to the Class 5A District 1-2 championship on Tuesday against reigning league champ Coeur d'Alene.  The district title is the first for Post Falls since 2010.  The Trojans were led by Kylie Munday, who collected 17 kills, 10 assists, 3 blocks and 1 ace in the win.

Skyview 3, Eagle 0

The Hawks continued their run of recent dominance, sweeping Eagle in the Class 5A District 3 championship on Thursday night.  Dating back to Skyview's days as a Class 4A school, the Hawks have now won 11 consecutive district titles.  They will be the undisputed favorite at the Class 5A State Tournament.

Madison 3, Thunder Ridge 1

The top-seeded Bobcats held off Cinderella squad Thunder Ridge 3-1 to win the Class 5A District 5-6 championship on Thursday night.  The Titans came into districts as the No. 4 seed, and earned a spot to state by finishing runner-up.

Lake City 3, Centennial 1

The Timberwolves won the Class 5A State Play-In Match over Centennial on Saturday at Grangeville High.  Hanah Stoddard finished with 27 kills and 9 digs for Lake City in the win.

Moscow 3, Lakeland 2

In a thrilling Class 4A District 1-2 championship Thursday night, Moscow rallied to beat top-seeded Lakeland 25-21, 20-25, 25-20, 7-25, 17-15.  Sam Unger finished with 33 assists and 21 digs for the Bears in the victory.

Columbia 3, Nampa 1

The top-seeded Wildcats held off third-seeded Nampa to claim the Class 4A District 3 title on Thursday night.

Twin Falls 3, Wood River 2

The second-seeded Bruins outlasted top-seeded Wood River in the Class 4A District 4 championship Thursday night.  For the Bruins, Kindal Holcomb had 17 kills, Addison Nielsen dished out 30 assists, and Kadence Boyd finished with 13 digs.

Century 3, Pocatello 0

The top-seeded Diamondbacks defeated their crosstown rivals for the second time at districts, earning a clean sweep in clinching the Class 4A District 5 championship on Thursday night.

Bonneville 3, Skyline 0

The Bees easily claimed the Class 4A District 6 title on Thursday night.  But for Skyline, who entered districts at the 4th seed, their journey to the district championship game was impressive.  After dropping their tournament opener to Shelley, the Grizzlies rattled off wins over Hillcrest, Shelley and Blackfoot to battle their way into the title match.

Skyline 3, Vallivue 0

The Grizzlies swept Vallivue in a Class 4A State Play-In Match to qualify for state for the first time since 2006.  Audrey Atwood collected 21 digs and 12 kills in the win.

Kellogg 3, Timberlake 2

The Wildcats were pushed, but ultimately won the five-set thriller against Timberlake in the Class 3A District 1 championship Wednesday night.  Kellogg prevailed 25-18, 18-25, 25-22, 18-25, 15-9 to win their third consecutive district title.

Fruitland 3, Parma 0

The top-seeded Grizzlies won the Class 3A District 3 championship over the second-seeded Panthers Thursday night.  Fruitland won by scores of 25-11, 25-18, 25-18.

Kimberly 3, Filer 0

The Bulldogs earned the clean sweep by scores of 25-18, 25-22 and 25-23 to win the Class 3A District 4 championship over Filer on Wednesday.

American Falls 3, Snake River 2
Snake River 3, American Falls 1

The Class 3A District 5 championship game down to the "if necessary" match.  The Beavers, having fallen to Snake River in the semifinal, needed to win twice on Tuesday to claim the district title.  And after a tense 3-2 win over the Panthers in the first championship match, American Falls forced the winner-take-all showdown.  But, playing their third match in the span of three hours, American Falls ran out of gas.  Snake River held serve, and earned the 3-1 win and will now advance to the Class 3A State Tournament.

Sugar-Salem 3, South Fremont 0

The Diggers kept their undefeated record intact, improving to 35-0 on the season with a sweep of South Fremont in the Class 3A District 6 championship on Thursday.

Orofino 3, Grangeville 2
Orofino 3, Grangeville 0

The Maniacs won the best-of-three Class 2A District 1-2 championship with consecutive victories over Grangeville on Wednesday and Thursday nights.  In the championship clincher, Grace Beardin led the way with 8 kills and 4 blocks.

Melba 3, Cole Valley Christian 0

The second-seeded Mustangs repeated as Class 2A District 3 champs with a a 25-23, 25-7, 25-19 win over Cole Valley Christian on Thursday night.

Declo 3, Valley 0

After Valley eliminated Wendell on Wednesday night, the Vikings had to turn around and face Declo for the Class 2A District 4 championship.  The Hornets were pushed, but ultimately prevailed 25-18, 25-20, 26-24.

West Side 3, Bear Lake 1

in a rematch of last year's 2A state championship, the district rivals battled again on Thursday.  The top-seeded Pirates moved past third-seeded Bear Lake to win the Class 2A District 5 title.

Ririe 3, West Jefferson 2

The Bulldogs won their first district title since 2001 in a five-set thriller with West Jefferson.  The top-seeded Bulldogs won the decisive fifth set by a score of 15-9.

Wallace 3, Genesis Prep 0

The top-seeded Miners swept Genesis Prep in the Class 1AD1 District 1 title match on Thursday night at North Idaho College in Coeur d'Alene.

Troy 3, Potlatch 0

The Trojans swept the Loggers to win the Class 1AD1 District 2 title on Thursday night. Both teams qualified for state, and they will also be the top two seeded teams according to MaxPreps ratings.

Liberty Charter 3, Greenleaf Friends 1

The top-seeded Patriots defeated the third-seeded Grizzlies to win the Class 1AD1 District 3 championship on Thursday.  Both teams advanced to the state.

Murtaugh 3, Oakley 0

The top-seeded Red Devils swept second-seeded Oakley on Tuesday night to win the Class 1AD1 District 4 championship.

Butte County 3, Grace 1
Grace 3, Butte County 1

It took the if-necessary second championship match, but the top-seeded Grace Grizzlies ultimately prevailed over second-seeded Butte County to win the Class 1AD1 District 5-6 championship on Thursday.  Butte County won the first championship 3-1 to force the if-necessary match, but fell short in the second match and will miss out on state.

Genesee 3, Wallace 0

Despite winning their district tournament earlier in the week, the Miners still needed to navigate through a Class 1AD1 State Play-In Match against Genesee, the third-place finisher from District 2.  The Bulldogs swept Wallace 3-0 to become the third member of the White Pine League to advance to state.

Clark Fork 3, Mullan 2

The Wampus Cats claimed their fifth straight district title with a sweep over the Tigers on Thursday night in the Class 1AD2 District 1 championship.

Kendrick 3, Deary 1

The top-seeded Tigers won the Class 1AD2 District 2 championship over Deary on Thursday night.  The Tigers dropped the first set but rebounded to take the next three.  The final scores were 23-25, 25-11, 25-19, 25-22.

Horseshoe Bend 3, Council 0

The Mustangs swept the Lumberjacks 25-8, 25-15, 25-13 to easily win the Class 1AD2 District 3 championship Wednesday night.  Sophomore Annelie Wilson led the way with 24 kills, 5 digs, 2 blocks and 1 assist.  Freshman Aaliyah Meyer added 26 assists, 10 digs, 3 aces, 2 kills and 2 blocks.

Carey 3, Hansen 1

In a wild Class 1AD2 District 4 tournament, the fifth-seeded Carey Panthers outlasted seventh-seeded Hansen to win the district championship Tuesday night.  #5 Carey upset #1 Sun Valley Community School to earn their spot in the title match.  #7 Hansen did the same to #2 Richfield in the opening round and #3 Dietrich in the semifinals.

Deary 3, Clark Fork 1

Despite winning their district tournament earlier in the week, the Wampus Cats still had to fight their way through a Class 1AD2 State Play-In Match against Deary on Saturday.  And after a 3-1 loss to the Mustangs, Clark Fork will be missing from the state volleyball tournament for the first time since 2016.

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