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Weekly Rewind (8/15 - 8/21)
Golf got the fall sports season started on Monday
Published: 8/16/2022 3:52:10 PM
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 24, Coeur d'Alene 0

The defending 5A champs smothered the Vikings defensively in a neutral-site game at the University of Montana's Washington-Grizzly Stadium.  Rigby logged four takeaways defensively, including a 15-yard fumble return for a touchdown by linebacker Mason Burgess.  Luke Flowers threw for 207 yards and two touchdowns.

Rocky Mountain 21, Middleton 7

The Southern Idaho Conference preseason favorite earned a business-like win over a Middleton team making its' 5A debut.  IdahoSports.com Player of the Game Tegan Sweaney finished 10-of-14 passes for 249 yards and 3 touchdowns.  His TD throws went to three different receivers: CJ Jacobsen, Carson Adams and Jeff Thompson.

Meridian 36, Eagle 14

The Warriors emerged as a dark horse contender in 2021, earning a trip to the semifinals.  They won't be sneaking up on anyone this year, though, after Friday night's dominant win over Eagle.  Zeke Martinez threw two touchdown passes for Meridian, while Marco Del Rio added two scores on the ground.

Borah 21, Capital 0

The Lions earned a shut out in their season opener over Capital.  Korbin McCarney threw three touchdown passes in the win.  Two went to wide receiver Trace Freeman, while the third went to running back Parker Rushton.

Boise 27, Timberline 0

The Brave started their season with a Saturday morning shutout at Dona Larsen Park.  IdahoSports.com Player of the Game Cooper Smith threw four touchdown passes in the win.  Three of those scoring strikes went to Joseph Curtis.

Minico 40, Thunder Ridge 21

The 4A Spartans romped past the 5A Titans in a Week 0 matchup.  IdahoSports.com Player of the Game JT Garza is know for his rushing abilities, but the running back hauled in touchdown receptions of 67 and 45 yards in the win.

Lakeland 28, Preston 0

John Cornish scored three times on the ground for the Hawks (on runs of 22, 60 and 45 yards), as Lakeland pitched a Week 0 shutout against Preston in a neutral site game at Montana Tech University's Bob Green Field.

Homedale 46, Laguna Beach (CA) 14

The Trojans opened their 2022 season in style.  Playing on their brand-new turf field, Homedale defeated a California squad that went 10-2 a year ago.  Trenton Fisher rushed for six touchdowns in the win, while Jaxon Dines was a perfect 12-of-12 passing.

Sugar-Salem 48, Soda Springs 16

They say bad luck comes in threes.  Friday night, the Diggers' bus broke down on the way to Soda Springs. Strike one.  Then, the game was delayed by lightning.  Strike two.  Strike three never came, though, as 3A Sugar-Salem raced past the 2A Cardinals.  Danny Neal threw for 213 yards and a touchdown in the win.

Cole Valley Christian 34, Wendell 21

Senior quarterback Dalton Kranz led the Chargers to a Week 0 win on the road.  Kranz threw two touchdown passes, and rushed for a third score, while Lincoln Gee also found the end zone twice on the ground.


BOYS SOCCER

Timberline 3, Bishop Kelly 0

Timberline earned a shut out over the defending 4A champion Knights in their season debut Friday.  Jeremiah Moreno, Jake Anderson and Zayne Davis tallied goals for the Wolves in the victory.

Timberline 0, Borah 0

After Friday's shutout win over Bishop Kelly, the Wolves settled for a draw with Borah.  Timberline outshot the Lions 10-2, but drops to 1-0-1 on the year.

Eagle 3, Middleton 0

The Mustangs started the year with a win, thanks in part to an early season call-up.  Freshman Trent Marlett is a freshman and normally plays on the JV team, but Eagle was missing several players who hadn't completed the required ten practices yet.  Marlett made the most of his opportunity, scoring a goal.  Eagle also received goals from Krew Christensen and Foster Hull.

Coeur d'Alene 7, Post Falls 0

Six of the Vikings' seven goals came courtesy of Cooper Prohaska as Coeur d'Alene flexed its muscles in an Inland Empire League game.

Timberlake 14, Priest River 0

The Tigers started Intermountain League play with a shutout over Priest River.  Colton Mendenhall scored three goals and assisted on two others for Timberlake.


GIRLS SOCCER

Boise 4, Rocky Mountain 0

In a highly anticipated rematch of last year's state semifinal game, the Brave won for the second time in as many meetings.  Kunie Hirai scored twice for Boise, while Annie Liebich and Sammy Smith added goals as well.  Sophie Hills pitched the shutout in net, and came up with six saves.

Pocatello 1, Highland 0

The 4A Thunder got the better of the 5A Rams thanks to Lexi Wells' goal.  That goal, coupled with 11 saves from keeper Kirstine Kent, allowed Pocatello to start the year 1-0.

Lake City 6, Sandpoint 0

In a matchup of preseason Inland Empire League favorites, Class 5A Lake City shut out Class 4A Sandpoint on Friday.  Delaney Moczan scored twice and assisted on a third goal for the Timberwolves.

Ridgevue 8, Nampa 1

The 4A Hawks sprinted past former conference rival Nampa (now a 5A school) on Saturday.  Tyleigh Quarders found the net four times for Ridgevue in the win.

Homedale 4, Emmett 1

Homedale has started competing in girls soccer after previously not fielding a team.  The Trojans will play an independent schedule in their debut season, and won't be eligible for postseason play.  Still, Friday's 4-1 win over an established 4A program like Emmett is an encouraging sign for Homedale fans.

Coeur d'Alene Charter 22, Grangeville 0

The Panthers not only picked up a win in their season and Intermountain League debut, but according to the Coeur d'Alene Press, they set a new school record in the process.  Among the highlights: six different Panthers registering hat tricks, including Maddie Daigle, Rebekah Hines, Regan Meine, Sofia Peppin, Alexa Sheppard and Cadence Wilson.  Hines also dished out three assists.


BOYS GOLF

Moscow Invitational

That's right, golf is a fall sports now...well, some golf is a fall sport now.  Class 5A and 4A schools will compete in fall golf this year, while Class 3A and smaller schools will still compete in the spring.  Up north, the Moscow Invitational took place at the University of Idaho golf course.  The Coeur d'Alene boys claimed the team title with a 308.  The Vikings' Luke West was also the individual champ.  He carded a 73, good for one-over par.

Treasure Valley Tri-Match

Eagle, Mountain View and Rocky Mountain got together for a season opening tri-match at Boise Ranch Golf Club.  Mountain View won the team title by nine strokes over defending 5A champion Eagle (306 to 315).  Eagle's Nathan Ishaya finished at par and won individual honors.


GIRLS GOLF

Moscow Invitational

At the season-opening Moscow Invitational, held at the University of Idaho golf course, Coeur d'Alene won the team title over Lewiston by eight strokes, 360 to 368.  The Bengals were buoyed by individual medalist Julia Brume, who scored an 84.  She edged out her Lewiston teammate Mollie Seibly by one stroke.

Treasure Valley Tri-Match

Eagle, Mountain View and Rocky Mountain opened their season with a tri-match at Boise Ranch Golf Club.  Defending 5A champion Rocky Mountain picked up right where they left off, winning by 21 strokes over Mountain View (336 to 357).  Rocky's Emry Gibbs was the individual medalist.









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