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Weekly Rewind (8/22 - 8/28)
Published: 8/23/2022 9:30:08 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."



South Summit (UT) 47, Marsh Valley 13

Behind the superlative play of Player of the Game Bracken Laasche, the Wildcats rolled over a Marsh Valley squad playing their first game of the season.  South Summit was competing in its third game overall, and was led by Lassche, who threw for 6 touchdowns and added a 7th on the ground.  Marsh Valley quarterback Bradley Belnap threw for 195 yards, and threw touchdown passes to Alex Vaughan and Corbridge Bastian.

Layton (UT) 41, Lewiston 28

Leading 17-6 early in the third quarter, Layton put the game away with a 59-yard touchdown run by punter Gabe Carlson on a fake punt play.  Carlson earned Player of the Game honors for his efforts.  Lewiston was paced by running back Jackson Lathen, who rushed for a touchdown and caught two more from Drew Hottinger.

Minico 24, Beaver (UT) 14

Minico became the first team from Idaho to win at the Rocky Mountain Rumble.  They did so with a smothering defensive effort.  For the second week in a row, Minico's JT Garza was named Player of the Game.  He hauled in five passes for 120 yards and a touchdown, and added another 29 yards on the ground.

Stansbury (UT) 68, Skyline 42

The Stallions showcased an explosive offense, and made just enough stops on defense to earn the win over Skyline. Player of the Game Mateaki Helu ran for 164 yards and 4 touchdowns, and also hauled in a 50-yard touchdown reception.  For Skyline, Caden Taggart caught 6 passes for 109 yards and 2 TDs, while Kenyon Sadiq scored on an 85-yard kickoff return and a 76-yard pass from Lachlan Haacke.

Alta (UT) 16, Sandpoint 15

In a windy affair that wreaked havoc on both teams' kicking units, the Hawks outlasted Sandpoint.  Noah Flores caught 5 passes for 114 yards and 2 touchdowns, and was named Player of the Game.  The Sandpoint attack was led by running back Kody Brewster, who ran for 101 yards on 13 carries.

Morgan (UT) 35, Pocatello 7

The Thunder, without starting quarterback Dre Contreras, gave sophomore Hunter May the start under center for his first career start.  May did find Krue Hales for an 80-yard touchdown in the first half, but overall, an active Morgan defense made life difficult for the Pocatello offense.  Trojans quarterback Nick Despain earned Player of the Game honors after throwing for 237 yards and 1 touchdown.

Lehi (UT) 42, Highland 7

The Pioneers improved to 3-0 on the season with a win over Highland, which was making its season debut.  Lehi running back Carson Gonazlez ran for 68 yards and 2 touchdowns, and racked up 96 receiving yards and a touchdown.  Gonzalez was named Player of the Game.  Highland scored on an 80-yard interception return for a touchdown by Kai Callen.

Madison 35, Tooele (UT) 14

Madison concluded the Rocky Mountain Rumble in style with a dominant victory over the Buffaloes.  Quarterback Ben Dredge rushed for 174 yards and 4 scores, and was named Player of the Game.


Kendrick 36, Notus 0

The reigning 1AD2 champs began their season with a shutout over 1AD1 Notus.  Ty Koepp threw for 2 touchdowns and ran for another, but it was Jagger Hewett that earned Player of the Game honors.  Hewett ran for a 14-yard score and hauled in an 82-yard touchdown from Koepp.

Clearwater Valley 20, Glenns Ferry 12

The Rams picked up a tight victory over the Pilots on Saturday. Player of the Game Bass Myers scored 3 touchdowns and collected 2 sacks on defense for Clearwater Valley.

Oakley 56, Prairie 0

The two-time defending 1AD1 champs made it look easy on Saturday against a Prairie team that hadn't been mercy ruled since 2005.  Porter Pickett threw 4 touchdowns and ran for another for Oakley, picking up Player of the Game honors in the process.


Rocky Mountain 23, Coeur d'Alene 7

The Grizzlies reeled off five scoring plays in five completely different ways: a 22 yard-pass from Tegan Sweaney to Luke Luchini, a 2-yard run from Art Williams, a 55-yard interception return by Troy Wilkey, a 38-yard field goal from Dawson Anderson, and a 68-yard punt return from Wilkey.

Meridian 13, Mountain View 7

All of the scoring occurred in the first half.  Zeke Martinez found Nathan Reynolds for a 54-yard touchdown to give Meridian an early lead.  Mountain View answered with an 18-yard fumble return for a touchdown by Maximus Maile, before Meridian took the lead again for good when Martinez threw a 35-yard touchdown pass to Rylie Byington with 19 seconds to play before halftime.

Rigby 27, Sky View (UT) 8

The Trojans improved to 2-0 with a road win in Smithfield, Utah.  Two of Rigby's scoring drives lasted 17 and 19 plays, respectively.  Luke Flowers threw 3 touchdown passes in the win, including 2 to Brady Packer.

Middleton 36, Nampa 34

Dekker Hagler threw for 262 yards and 4 touchdowns to lead Middleton to the win.  Nampa tried to rally late, as Daniel Carrillo scored on an 11-yard run with 2:18 to play.  Nampa's subsequent two-point attempt could have tied the game, but the Vikings came up with the stop they needed.

Kuna 48, Skyview 35

Kavemen quarterback Cole Luekenga was an efficient 13-of-17 for 349 yards and 3 touchdowns.  They also received a defensive touchdown on an interception return from Logan Blades, and a special teams score on a blocked punt and return by Jason Monroe.

Thunder Ridge 25, Idaho Falls 15

The Tigers raced out to a 15-0 lead in the first half of play, before the Titans scored 25 unanswered to put the game away. Player of the Game Tayvin Oswald found Porter Brizzee for a 5-yard touchdown with 1:06 to play before halftime to start the rally, and finished with 263 yards and 3 touchdowns.

Blackfoot 49, Emmett 32

The Broncos won a high-scoring shootout on the road against Emmett.  Senior quarterback Jaxon Grimmett threw for 6 touchdowns in the win, and added a 7th score with his feet.

Bishop Kelly 41, Capital 7

Bishop Kelly rolled in a Thursday night matchup at Dona Larsen Park.  Hadley Smith completed 9-of-15 passes for 204 yards and 3 touchdowns, and added a fourth score on the ground.

Lakeland 30, Lake City 21

The 4A Hawks defeated the 5A Timberwolves for the first time since 1994.  John Cornish led the way, with 124 yards and a touchdown on the ground.  He also caught two passes for 47 yards; both receptions also went for touchdowns.

Twin Falls 41, Vallivue 32

The Bruins outlasted the Falcons in a shootout after trailing 24-14 early.  Austin Crum completed 10 of 15 passes for 199 yards and 2 TDs for Twin Falls, while Wyatt Solosabal added 93 yards and 2 touchdowns on the ground on just 10 carries.  Vallivue's Tyson Fox rushed for 188 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Columbia 17, Fruitland 12

Ikaika Ho scored the game-winning touchdown with less than a minute to play as Columbia started the season 1-0.  Overall, Ho rushed for 236 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Sugar-Salem 69, Filer 0

The Diggers racked up 415 yards of total offense in a runaway win over the Wildcats.  Danny Neal completed 9-of-10 passes for 169 yards and 4 touchdowns, while Carson Harris ran for 92 yards on just 9 attempts.

Weiser 24, Buhl 0

The defending 3A champs started their season with a shutout over Buhl in a rematch of a first round playoff game from 2021. Player of the Game Andrew Enders threw a touchdown and ran for a touchdown in the victory.

Gooding 26, Jerome 7

The 3A Senators held the 4A Tigers in check in a non-conference matchup.  Bryce Patterson was on the receiving end of 2 touchdowns for Gooding, and also snagged an interception on defense.  Patterson was named Player of the Game.

Kimberly 34, Snake River 14

The Bulldogs piled up 560 yards of total offense (323 passing, 237 rushing).  Defensively, Kimberly also forced 3 turnovers (2 interceptions and a fumble recovery).  

South Fremont 18, Timberlake 14

The Cougars traveled to Spirit Lake and came away with a hard fought victory. Player of the Game Preston Stoddard tallied 190 all-purpose yards and scored on a touchdown reception and a kickoff return.

West Side 22, Firth 0

The Pirates and Cougars have met in the past two 2A state championship games, with the Pirates claiming both matchups.  Their winning ways continued on Friday at Firth. Moser ran for 2 touchdowns for West Side, while Owen Nielsen added a third score on the ground.  In both the 3rd and 4th quarters, the power went out at Firth's stadium.  After the second outage late in the 4th quarter, the game was called early.

North Fremont 24, Bear Lake 22

Bear Lake threatened to steal a road win in Ashton, but with just over a minute to play, North Fremont stopped the Bears on a fourth-and-goal play to earn the victory.  Carson Packer rushed for 133 yards on 13 carries, and was named the Player of the Game.

Kellogg 50, Moscow 12

The 2A Wildcats exploded past the 4A Bears, as twin brothers Riply and Kolby Luna did their usual damage.  Riply completed 22-of-36 passes for 298 yards and 5 touchdowns.  Riply also ran for 50 yards and a touchdown, and was named Player of the Game.  Kolby, meanwhile, caught 8 passes from his brother, and turned those into 166 yards and 3 touchdowns.

Melba 38, Elko (NV) 26

After Elko defeated Class 4A Skyview easily last week, the 2A Melba Mustangs proved to be a more difficult matchup.  Gabe Shaffer rushed for 134 yards and 2 touchdowns to lead the Mustang attack.

New Plymouth 41, Payette 38

The 2A Pilgrims outlasted the 3A Pirates in a high-octane affair.  Colton Frates led the New Plymouth attack with 302 yards passing and 4 touchdowns.

Declo 36, Nampa Christian 7

Declo romped to the non-conference victory, thanks to Will Garrard's 171 yards passing and 3 touchdowns.

Marsing 35, Orofino 12

Shea McClellin won his debut game as Marsing's head coach, as quarterback Jordan Blas ran for two touchdowns, and also threw touchdown passes to Luke Steinmeyer and Mason Enochson.

Butte County 62, Valley 12

The Pirates led this game 62-0 at halftime.  Treyton Miller carried the ball 4 times for 107 yards, and 3 of those carries also went for touchdowns.

Kamiah 34, Lapwai 28

The Kubs took out Whitepine League preseason favorite Lapwai, as Colton Ocain ran for 127 yards and 2 touchdowns.  Lapwai was led by quarterback Terrell Ellenwood-Jones, who rushed for 179 yards and 3 touchdowns.  He also threw for 245 yards and a score.

Castleford 48, Challis-Mackay 0

The Wolves shut out the newly formed co-op between Challis and Mackay.  Jayme Ramos threw touchdown passes to Sebastian Juarez and Ethan Roland, and rushed for a score as well.

Council 40, Logos 12

In a neutral-site game played in Grangeville, the 1AD2 Lumberjacks had no problems with the 1AD1 Knights.  Dahlton Bingham caught a 75-yard touchdown pass from Josh Gipe, and tallied touchdown runs of 70, 98 and 55 yards.  All of the big plays led to more than 400 yards of total offense for Bingham.

Camas County 54, Rockland 26

The Mushers surged past Rockland in a non-conference battle between playoff hopefuls.  Tristen Smith threw for 115 yards and 3 TDs, and added 57 rushing yards.  Camas County also intercepted 3 passes on defense, including a pick-six from Sage Patten.

Dietrich 70, Rimrock 14

Class 1AD2's fifth-ranked team raced past the 1AD1 Raiders in a non-conference matchup.

Watersprings 42, Hansen 40

In a wild affair, the Warriors held on to defeat Hansen.  Jrew Plocher rushed for 303 yards and 3 touchdowns, threw for 145 yards and a touchdown and collected 14 tackles on defense in the win.

Clark Fork 46, Lakeside 0

The Wampus Cats won their league opener in the newly expanded North Star League.  Nate Shelton piled up 269 rushing yards and 3 touchdowns.


Borah 3, Nampa 0

The Lions welcomed Nampa to the Class 5A ranks with a 25-7, 25-17, 25-9 sweep on Thursday.

Thunder Ridge 3, Bonneville 1

Each of these squads are expected to contend for state tournament berths at their respective levels this year.  But on Wednesday night, it was the 5A Titans edging the 4A Bees 3-1.

Coeur d'Alene 3, Moscow 2

In a thrilling Inland Empire League match on Wednesday, the battle between the Vikings and the Bears went the distance.  Coeur d'Alene took the decisive fifth set 15-7.  The Coeur d'Alene Press reported that Vikings senior Madi Symons set a new school record with 33 kills in the match, as well.

Coeur d'Alene 2, Moscow 1 (Judy Fong Memorial Tournament Championship)

Just three days after the Vikings and Bears held their five-set thriller, the two teams met in the championship of the Judy Fong Memorial Tournament championship.  The Vikings once again got the better of Moscow, winning 17-21, 21-16, 15-10.

Sugar-Salem 3, American Falls 0

The reigning 3A champs from Sugar-Salem began their title defense with an easy sweep of American Falls on Wednesday.

Horseshoe Bend 2, New Plymouth 0
Horseshoe Bend 2, Homedale 0
New Plymouth 2, Homedale 1

In a spirited tri-match on Thursday, Horseshoe Bend and New Plymouth showcased that the bigger school doesn't always win.  One thing is for certain, all three of these teams will make serious noise at state in their respective classifications.   For Horseshoe Bend, Aliyah Meyer tallied 26 assists, 13 digs, 5 kills, 3 blocks and 1 ace across the two matches.  Annelie Wilson added 10 kills, 20 digs, 5 blocks, 4 aces and 2 assists.

Genesee 3, Lapwai 0

The Bulldogs opened their season and Whitepine League play with a tidy 25-5, 25-15, 25-11 win over the Wildcats on Wednesday.

Castleford 3, Camas County 0

Castleford took a clean sweep over their former conference rivals from Camas County on Wednesday.  The Wolves moved up to 1AD1 this year, while the Mushers remained in 1AD2.

Mackay 3, Carey 0

In a battle of perennial state tournament participants, the Miners swept the Panthers on Wednesday by scores of 25-16, 26-16, 25-18.  The Panthers will compete at the 1AD1 level for the first time this year, while the Miners remain in Class 1AD2.


Timberline 1, Capital 0

The Wolves earned a tight win over Capital, thanks in part to Kyle Atkinson.  Atkinson scored the only goal in the narrow win.

Eagle 2, Owyhee 1

The Mustangs improved to 2-0 on the season and 1-0 in the Southern Idaho Conference on Tuesday night over Owyhee.  Jay Orchard scored twice for Eagle, and the goalkeeper tandem of Mateo Bertagnoli and Matthew Gabriele combined for five saves.  With 15 minutes remaining in the match, Owyhee lost power at their facilities, leading to a delay of about 20 minutes.

Caldwell 2, Bishop Kelly 0

In a monumental showdown between Southern Idaho Conference powers, the Cougars shut out the defending 4A state champs from Bishop Kelly on Tuesday.  The game was tied 0-0 at halftime before Caldwell surged ahead in the second half.

McCall-Donnelly 5, Timberlake 3

The Vandals made the long trip north, and came away with a 5-3 win over Timberlake on Tuesday night.  Beckett Mortimer scored twice for McCall-Donnelly, while Keaton Swift, Giovanni Martinez and Rylan Pate all scored on unassisted goals.

McCall-Donnelly 4, Coeur d'Alene Charter 1

One night after a 5-3 win over Timberlake, the Vandals went 2-0 on their trip north with a convincing win over Coeur d'Alene Charter.  

Sun Valley Community School 1, Buhl 0

Chris Arenas' goal was the difference as the Cutthroats earned a tight win over Buhl.


Centennial 2, Rocky Mountain 1

The Patriots earned a signature victory over Rocky Mountain on Monday.  Jada Miller tallied a goal and an assist for Centennial, while Isabelle Wright also found the back of the net.  Kaiya Pardue also came up with three saves in goal for the Patriots.

Highland 2, Rocky Mountain 1

The game was tied 0-0 at halftime, but Kaylee McMinn and Tambree Bell both found the net for the Rams in the second half to lift Highland to the non-conference win.  Rocky's goal came from Reagan Morin.

Lewiston 1, Coeur d'Alene 0

Soccer can be a cruel game at times.  Coeur d'Alene found that out on Thursday, where the Vikings dropped a 1-0 Inland Empire League match against Lewiston, despite outshooting the Bengals 20-6.  Ashlynn Skinner scored the game-winner for Lewiston.

Idaho Falls 3, Thunder Ridge 3

The High County Conference rivals earned a draw on Monday, thanks to a late goal from the Tigers.  Willow Rhoda scored twice for Thunder Ridge, while Marisol Stosich scored as well.  Idaho Falls received goals from Lauren Adams, Keeley Combo and Rylee Sessions.  Thunder Ridge led 3-2 in extra time, but a penalty was called, and the Tigers converted the penalty kick to tie the contest at 3-3.

Timberlake 5, McCall-Donnelly 4

The Tigers outlasted the Vandals in a back-and-forth affair Tuesday night.  Lucy Simpson scored four goals for Timberlake, while Charley Hegsted scored the fifth and deciding goal.  All of McCall-Donnelly's goals came from Lillian Warner.

Coeur d'Alene Charter 5, McCall-Donnelly 2

Two of the premier programs in Class 3A girls soccer battled on Wednesday night, with the Panthers emerging victorious.  Maddie Daigle and Rebekah Hines each scored twice for Coeur d'Alene Charter in the win.

Filer 9, Declo 0

Filer picked up the conference win over Declo Monday night, thanks in part to five goals from Lissett Alonzo.


Post Falls Invitational

For the second week in a row, Coeur d'Alene's boys won a tournament, buoyed by individual medalist Luke West.  West shot a 67 to win the Post Falls Invitational at Prairie Falls Golf Club.  It's the second win of the year for West.  In the team race, the Vikings shot 294 to win.  Lewiston was second at 311.

Treasure Valley Quad Match

Timberline's boys eked out a one-stroke win over Boise (307 to 308) to win a quad match on Tuesday at Warm Springs Golf Course in Boise.  Capital and Borah were also competing.  Capital's Trevor Garus won individual honors.


Post Falls Invitational

Tuesday's Post Falls Invite came down to a card-off between Coeur d'Alene's Sophia Vignale and Lewiston's Mollie Seibly.  Seibly, who won individual honors at last week's Moscow Invitational, shot a six on the 7th hole.  Vignale carded a four on that hole, and earned the individual title.  Coeur d'Alene won the team title by 14 strokes over second place Lewiston.

Treasure Valley Quad Match

Boise, Borah, Capital and Timberline met up on Tuesday for a quad match at Boise's Warm Springs Golf Course.  Bolstered by individual champ Ella Arntzen, the Timberline girls won the team title.

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