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Weekly Rewind (Football Quarterfinals Edition)
The final fours in each classification have been set
Published: 11/5/2021 2:22:42 PM
Brandon Baney
Content Manager/Broadcaster
brandon@idahosports.com
 

ORDER GAME PHOTOS

CLASS 5A

Meridian 35, Mountain View 6

Mountain View (9-1) defeated Meridian (7-3) 14-13 in the regular season.  The Warriors got revenge when it mattered most, as Meridian advanced to the semifinals for the first time since 2007.  The Meridian defense forced 6 Mountain View turnovers (4 interceptions, 2 fumble recoveries) in the victory.  The offense also showed good balance, as Malakai Martinez, Zeke Martinez, Quentin Riley, Marco Del Rio, Kross Antonnacchi, Davis Thacker and Spencer Aland all had a hand in the Warriors' scoring.

Rigby 41, Capital 14

Rigby (9-1) used a strong running game and several key stops on defense to neutralize Capital (7-4).  Zheik Falevai carried the ball 11 times for 102 yards and 2 touchdowns, averaging just under 10 yards per carry.  Tiger Adolpho was also sharp, completing 13 of 17 passes for 271 yards and 2 scores.

Eagle 23, Coeur d'Alene 14

This back-and-forth battle wasn't decided until late in the fourth quarter.  Trailing 16-14, Coeur d'Alene (6-3) lined up for a 29-yard field goal to take the lead, but Eagle (9-2) blocked the kick.  On the ensuing drive, Jack Benson put the game away with a 72-yard touchdown pass to Ian Duarte.  Benson threw for 252 yards and a touchdown, Duarte caught 8 passes for 168 yards and a touchdown, and Roy Hull rushed for 97 yards and 2 touchdowns for Eagle.

Highland 22, Rocky Mountain 21

Ian Hershey booted 3 field goals, including a state record 58-yarder and a game-winner from 45 yards out, as Highland (9-2) overcame a 21-3 deficit to stun the defending 5A champs from Rocky Mountain (7-3).  An Eli Parish 1-yard run cut the Rams' deficit to 21-10 late in the third quarter.  On the next play, Colton George forced a fumble, which led to a 14-yard touchdown pass from Jack Whitmer to Colton Sneddon.  That closed the gap to 21-16 heading into the fourth quarter.  In the fourth, Hershey booted 58-yard and 45-yard field goals to give Highland the win.

CLASS 4A

Sandpoint 21, Shelley 14

The eighth-seeded Russets (7-4) jumped out to a 14-0 lead early in the second quarter.  Top-seeded Sandpoint (7-2) began its comeback with a 6-yard TD run by Max Frank.  That brought the Bulldogs to within 14-7 at halftime.  Then, in the second half, Parker Pettit threw a 47-yard touchdown pass to Cody Newhart, and ran in a 1-yard sneak to complete the comeback.  Jack Zimmerman also came away with 2 interceptions in the second half, as the Sandpoint defense shut out Shelley.

Blackfoot 28, Nampa 14

Fifth-seeded Blackfoot (6-5) held a precarious 7-0 lead at halftime, but made several outstanding plays in the second half to move past thirteenth-seeded Nampa (6-5).  Jaxon Grimmett threw a pair of touchdowns to JaVonte King in the win.  Grimmett and Austin Ramirez also scored on touchdown runs for the Broncos.

Pocatello 28, Bishop Kelly 17

Trailing 14-0 early, the second-seeded Thunder (9-2) pitched a second-half shutout, and knocked seventh-seeded Bishop Kelly (7-3) out of the playoffs.  Ryan Payne threw for 225 yards, and threw 3 touchdowns to 3 different receivers (Matt Christensen, Julian Bowie and Chance Crittenden).  The Pocatello secondary also came away with 3 interceptions, including 2 by Krue Hales.

Skyline 24, Vallivue 14

Lachlan Haacke threw for 52 yards and a pair of touchdowns to Caden Taggart, and also ran for a third score, as sixth-seeded Skyline (7-4) held off fourteenth-seeded Vallivue (6-5).  Taggart also chipped in 56 yards rushing.

CLASS 3A

Homedale 35, South Fremont 10

The eight-seeded Cougars (5-5) jumped out to a 10-0 lead after the first quarter.  Top-ranked Homedale (10-0) scored on a 4-yard touchdown run by Hayden Kincheloe to make it a 10-7 game at halftime.  Then, the Trojans offensive onslaught began in the second half, as Homedale outscored South Fremont 28-0 in the second half to earn the win.  Kincheloe ran for 256 yards and 4 touchdowns in the win.

Sugar-Salem 22, Marsh Valley 16

The fifth-seeded Eagles (4-5) led 9-0 at halftime, thanks to a 1-yard plunge by quarterback Hunter Roche and a 37 yard field goal from Bradley Belnap.  The fourth-seeded Diggers (7-2) scored the next 22 points, though, as they rallied back in the second half to advance to the semifinals.  Carson Harris led the Sugar-Salem attack, rushing for 101 yards and 3 touchdowns.  Marsh Valley tried to rally late, but ultimately ran out of time.

Gooding 28, Timberlake 21

The second-seeded Senators (9-0) piled up the rushing yards in a tight win over seventh-seeded Timberlake (6-3).  Quarterback Kurtis Adkinson rushed for 143 yards and 2 touchdowns, while Tayt Gillette added 129 yards and 2 touchdowns.  Timberlake had one final chance to rally back with about five minutes remaining, but their fourth down pass fell incomplete.  Gooding ran out the clock from there to advance to the semifinals.

Weiser 21, Snake River 0

In a matchup of father vs. son, it was father (Weiser coach Tom Harrison) turning back his son (Snake River coach Jeb Harrison) 21-0 in the quarterfinal round. Brock Spencer fielded the opening kickoff and returned it 80 yards for a touchdown.  His older brother, Brett Spencer, also ran for 2 touchdowns in the win.  Third-seeded Weiser is now 10-1.  Sixth-seeded Snake River ends its season at 5-5.


CLASS 2A

West Side 48, Grangeville 8

Top-seeded West Side (9-0) intercepted eighth-seeded Grangeville (3-6) on the first play of the game, then threw a touchdown on the second play of the contest.  That set the tone for another dominant win for West Side, their 30th in a row.  The Pirates had 11 different players rush the ball, and 5 different players came away with an interception (Easton Henderson, Cage Brokens, Cristian Plancarte, Owen Nielsen and Crew Sage).  Quarterback Blaize Brown also threw 2 touchdown passes to Bryler Shurtliff in the win.

Bear Lake 14, Nampa Christian 6

Fifth-seeded Nampa Christian (8-2) struck first, on a scramble into the end zone by quarterback Landon Cheney.  But fourth-seeded Bear Lake (7-3) put together a drive just before halftime, which culminated with a touchdown pass from Tayson Neal to Brady Shaul to put the Bears in front 8-6 at halftime.  Bear Lake extended the lead in the fourth quarter with another TD strike from Neal to Bryson Crane.

North Fremont 44, Melba 38

Second-seeded North Fremont (9-0) held off a feisty seventh-seeded Melba (7-4) team by churning out 365 yards on the ground.  AJ Hill led the Huskies' ground game with 266 yards and 4 touchdowns.  He also caught a one-handed touchdown pass from Jordan Lenz.

Firth 20, Declo 16

A wild fourth quarter found third-seeded Firth (8-2) escape sixth-seeded Declo (6-4) thanks to a late touchdown.  Declo had taken a 16-13 lead with just over a minute to play on a Derek Matthews 25-yard field goal.  With no timeouts remaining, Firth quarterback Gage Vazquez led the Cougars down the field.  Facing a fourth down and 19 at the Declo 20-yard line with forty seconds and counting, Vazquez lofted a pass to a wide open Burton Park in the the left corner of the end zone for the game-winning score.


CLASS 1AD1

Raft River 63, Potlatch 22

The top-seeded Trojans (8-0) used its versatility to get past eighth-seeded Potlatch (6-4).  Quarterback Tate Whitaker finished with 124 yards and 2 touchdowns through the air, and added 214 yards and 4 touchdowns on the ground.  Thaine Loughmiller chipped in 124 yards and a touchdown rushing.

Lapwai 68, Prairie 36

Titus Yearout was unstoppable, as fifth-seeded Lapwai (8-2) blew past Prairie (8-1), handing the Pirates their first loss of the season.  It was a stark turnaround for the Wildcats, who lost to Prairie 58-26 in the regular season.  Yearout threw for 255 yards and 5 touchdowns, and added 254 yards and 4 touchdowns on the ground.  On a down note, Titus' brother Ahlius Yearout, broke his collarbone in the first quarter and won't be available for the remainder of Lapwai's playoff run.

Oakley 80, Genesee 36

Payton Beck threw 4 passing touchdowns and also ran for a score, as second-seeded Oakley (9-1) surged past seventh-seeded Genesee (7-3).  Bry Severe added 135 yards and 3 touchdowns on the ground for the Hornets in the win.

Butte County 42, Notus 12

Third-seeded Butte County's (7-1) offensive efficiency, combined with an injury to six-seeded Notus (7-2) quarterback Kaeden Clemens in the first quarter, led to a runaway Pirates win.  Treyton Miller tallied 135 yards and 2 touchdowns to lead the way.  Quarterback Tyler Wanstrom added 84 yards on the ground, and also went 4-of-7 passing for 53 yards and 3 touchdowns.


CLASS 1AD2

Kendrick 48, Horseshoe Bend 8

The Tigers (7-2) handed Horseshoe Bend (8-1) their first loss of the season.  Sophomore quarterback Ty Koepp was extremely efficient, completing 6 of 10 passes for 147 yards.  4 of his 6 completions went for touchdowns (2 to Jagger Hewett, 2 to Lane Clemenhagen).  

Carey 60, Mullan-St. Regis 14

The Panthers (10-0) rushed for over 500 yards as a team in their win over Mullan-St. Regis (7-2).  Conner Simpson rushed for 305 yards and 2 touchdowns, while Carsn Perkes added 87 yards and 3 TDs.  

Castleford 58, Rockland 8

Eric Taylor excelled in several phases of the game as Castleford (9-1) defeated Rockland (6-4).  Taylor was 11 of 14 passing for 205 yards and 3 touchdowns.  He also ran the ball 7 times for 92 yards and 2 touchdowns.  And on defense, Taylor collected 11 tackles and a sack.

Dietrich 46, Camas County 12

Dietrich (7-3) advanced to the semifinals with their second win of the year over Camas County (3-7).  Cody Power threw for 145 yards and 3 touchdowns, and added 169 yards and 3 touchdowns on the ground for the Devils.


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