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Weekly Rewind (9/12 - 9/17)
Some of Idaho's highly ranked football teams suffered defeats
Published: 9/19/2022 11:25:26 AM
Brandon Baney
Managing Editor/Broadcaster



Rocky Mountain

Meridian 56, Timberline 6

The Warriors blew past Timberline in a Thursday night game at Dona Larsen Park.  Zeke Martinez was 9-of-15 passing for 226 yards and three touchdowns, while Marco Del Rio added 11 carries for 66 yards and two scores on the ground.  Corban Freese hauled in three passes for 144 yards and two TDs.

Mountain View 37, Borah 7

Mountain View raced past Borah on Friday night in Southern Idaho Conference play.  Dawson Wahl passed for 242 yards and two touchdowns.  Both scores went to the Player of the Game, Collin Rogers.  Justin McGee added 103 yards rushing and three TDs.  And the Mountain View defense forced four turnovers as well.

Eagle 27, Owyhee 7

The Mustangs blew past Owyhee in a Southern Idaho Conference River Division contest.  Ian Duarte scored on a 14-yard reception and a 67-yard punt return for the Mustangs.  Roy Hull added a one-yard plunge and quarterback Jake Longoson capped the Eagle scoring with a two-yard run.

Lewiston 49, Pendleton (OR) 14

In a non-conference romp, the Bengals led 35-7 at halftime.  Drew Hottinger was 10-of-16 for 330 yards and four touchdowns for Lewiston, including a 94-yard bomb to Austin Lawrence that set a new school record (according to the Lewiston Tribune.)  Hottinger added 52 yards and a score on the ground.

Highland 14, Pocatello 7

In the 66th edition of the Black and Blue Bowl, the defenses led the way on both sides, as all of the scoring occurred in the first half of play.  Pocatello took a 7-0 lead after a four-yard touchdown run by quarterback Hunter May, but Highland scored the next 14 points unanswered. Player of the Game Jackson Riddle rushed for 108 yards, averaged 12 yards a carry, and scored twice for the Rams.

Madison 42, Thunder Ridge 7

The Bobcats rolled over Thunder Ridge in their High Country Conference opener.  The Bobcats piled up 484 yards of total offense, and were extremely balanced.  Madison rushed for 280 yards and passed for 204.  The Bobcats also collected two interceptions on defense.

Nampa 45, Kuna 23

Nampa blew past Kuna in a Southern Idaho Conference River Division matchup.  Kina hung tough for a half, trailing 28-23 at the halftime intermission.  But the Bulldogs pitched a second half shutout to earn the win.  Daniel Carrillo led the way with 161 yards and three touchdowns on the ground.  Defensively, Leon Afamasaga snared two interceptions for Nampa, while Ethan Kincheloe scored on a 40-yard fumble return.

Coeur d’Alene 14, Lakeland 13

In a low-scoring affair, the 5A Vikings made just enough plays to pick up the win over 4A Lakeland.  The Hawks led 10-0 after one quarter of play thanks to a 20-yard field goal from Owen Forsman and a 15-yard pass from Caysen Loutzenhiser to Ezra Benson.  In the second quarter, Coeur d’Alene answered with a 32-yard pass from Jamison Kizziar to Colton Farrar and a 29-yard run from Kruz Wheeler.  Trailing 14-10, Forsman drilled a 41-yard field goal for the Hawks just before halftime, bringing Lakeland to within one at 14-13.  Neither side scored in the second half, as both defenses really settled in.

Post Falls 41, University (WA) 0

The Trojans earned a road win in Spokane by shutting out the Titans.  A 21-0 first quarter gave Post Falls all the momentum it needed, as Jake Bustamante scored on a one-yard run, Asher Bowie caught a 42-yard strike from Isaac McKeown, and Cooper Craig returned a punt 70 yards for a touchdown.  McKeown threw three touchdowns in the win for Post Falls.

Bishop Kelly 49, Lake City 14

4A Bishop Kelly rolled to the Saturday afternoon win at 5A Lake City.  Peter Minnaert rushed for 171 yards and three touchdowns, while Hadley Smith was 10-of-13 for 171 yards and two TDs.  Smith added a rushing score for good measure.

Blackfoot 35, Blackfoot 28

The Russets scored a win over Blackfoot in their High Country Conference opener.  The Player of the Game award was given to the entire Shelley offensive line.  The front five didn’t allow a sack all night, and led the way as Shelley rushed for nearly 400 yards as a team.  Ryker Clinger rushed for 151 yards and two touchdowns, while Kaden Kidman scored the game-winning touchdown on a five-yard run with 1:08 to play.

Skyline 43, Hillcrest 24

The Grizzlies sprinted past Hillcrest in a High Country Conference battle.  Abrahn Silverio led the way with eight carries for 72 yards and two touchdowns.  Caden Taggart added six rushes for 39 yards and two scores.

Minico 35, Century 0

The Spartans earned the shutout win over Century in a non-conference battle.  Jafeth Bendele rushed for three touchdowns in the win, while Carson Wayment threw two touchdown passes, as well.

Sandpoint 28, Homedale 21

The 4A Bulldogs earned a hard-fought victory over 3A Homedale.  The Trojans trailed 21-7 in the fourth quarter and fought back, but ultimately ran out of steam.  Parker Pettit threw for 320 yards and a touchdown for Sandpoint in the win.  Jaxon Dines led Homedale with 337 yards and two scores passing.

Emmett 34, Skyview 24

The Huskies won their Southern Idaho Conference opener, and were led by Player of the Game Ry Fullerton, who rushed for 132 yards, and scored both a rushing touchdown and a receiving touchdown.  Dakota Perry threw three TDs for Emmett (the score to Fullerton as well as two strikes to Stevie Howe.)

Burley 82, Preston 44

Burley blitzed the Indians in a non-conference win.  The Bobcats led 30-8 after one quarter of play, and despite essentially trading scores with Preston the rest of the way, that initial lead was enough to give burley the win.  Caleb Loveland threw eight touchdown passes and rushed for a ninth score in the win.  Five of the eight touchdowns went to Gatlin Bair.

Twin Falls 33, Jerome 0

The Bruins earned the shutout win over Jerome in Great Basin Conference play.  James Noorlander rushed for 64 yards and a touchdown, and also recovered an offensive fumble in the end zone for another score.  Wyatt Solasabal, returning after missing two games with an injury, added 17 yards rushing and a TD.

Idaho Falls 22, Bonneville 21 (OT)

The Bees opened the scoring in the second quarter with a 28-yard touchdown run from Anthem Dahlke.  Trailing 7-0, the Tigers matched the score with a 15-yard pass from Coltin Lyda to Taysom Kirkham.  Lyda ran in the conversion, and Idaho Falls led 8-7 at halftime.  Dalhke scored on a two-yard run in the third, and the Bees then ran the Swinging Gate formation on their PAT, which led to a Dahlke pass to kicker Briggs Hansen and a 15-8 lead.  Idaho Falls tied the game in the fourth quarter on a four-yard pass from Kael Fedder to Easton Watkins.  Tied at 15-all, Idaho Falls scored first in overtime on a ten-yard pass from Fedder to Watkins.  The kick was good, and the Tigers led 22-15.  Bonneville answered with a five-yard run from Dahlke.  After the Swinging Gate had successfully led to two points on their previous PAT try, Bonneville tried it again.  But this time the pass fell incomplete, the Bees’ risk didn’t pay off, and Idaho Falls earned the one-point win in overtime.

Weiser 49, Cole Valley Christian 0

The defending 3A champs shut out 2A Cole Valley Christian.  Michael Youngberg ran for two touchdowns, while Maddox Stevens added a third score on the ground.  The Weiser defense also forced four turnovers.

South Fremont 34, Jackson Hole (WY) 14

The Cougars moved to 5-0 on the year with a non-conference win.  Bryce Johnson completed 16-of-22 passes for 173 yards and two touchdowns.  Johnson also rushed for 20- and 33-yard touchdowns in the second half to put the game away.

Marsh Valley 53, Kimberly 40

For the first time this year, Marsh Valley tasted victory.  And for the first time this year, Kimberly tasted defeat.  Bradley Belnap rushed for two touchdowns, threw for two scores, and booted a 25-yard field goal for the Eagles.  Marsh Valley’s Alex Vaughan scored twice on the ground and the Eagles’ defense also returned a fumble for a touchdown.  Kade Larson threw for 402 yards and three touchdowns for Kimberly, while Michael Goff added 166 yards and two touchdowns rushing.

Teton 55, Salmon 0

The 3A Timberwolves had no troubles with 2A Salmon, and improved to 5-0 on the year.  Jack Nelson threw five touchdown passes in the win, including three to Thomas Heuseveldt.  Ashton Gunther ran for a score and caught a touchdown, Ty Brown caught a touchdown, Luke Nelson ran for a score, and Jarom Heuseveldt returned an interception for a TD.

Buhl 49, Caldwell 14

The 3A Indians scored a road win at 4A Caldwell on Friday.  Buhl finished the night with 311 total yards of offense.  165 came on the ground, while 146 came through the air.  The Buhl defense also picked off two Caldwell pass attempts.

Bear Lake 48, Wendell 0

The Bears pitched a shutout in a non-conference matchup.  Tyler Beresford rushed for 95 yards and three touchdowns on just nine carries, while Tayson Neal was 7-of-12 passing for 108 yards and a score.

Kellogg 44, St. Maries 21

The Wildcats rebounded from their first loss of the season a week ago but taking care of St. Maries in their Central Idaho League opener.  Riply Luna completed 15-of-18 passes for 242 yards and four touchdowns, and also ran for 98 yards and two scores.  Kolby Luna caught six passes for 117 yards, Varick Meredith caught seven passes for 108 yards and two scoers, and Ramsey Rainio caught two touchdowns as well.

Melba 66, Nyssa (OR) 14

The Mustangs rolled in the out-of-state matchup.  Melba improved to 3-1 with the win.

Aberdeen 56, Soda Springs 19

The Tigers scored on every offensive possession in their South East Idaho Conference opener.  The Tigers’ explosion was sparked by Hiatt Beck, who took the opening kickoff back for a touchdown.

Firth 39, Declo 13

Firth’s explosive offense was on display in a non-conference battle, as quarterback Gage Vasquez scored on a long touchdown run and threw two long touchdown passes to Alejandro Vasquez.

Oakley 34, Raft River 30

In a rematch of the last two 1AD1 state championship games, Oakley struck first on a touchdown pass from Porter Pickett to Bridger Duncan.  Trailing 6-0, Raft River tied the game on a TD pass from Tate Whitaker.  Treg Whitaker then took a pick six back for a score, and Tate Whitaker found Gage Briggs for a touchdown, and the Trojans led 18-6 after one quarter of play.  The second quarter belonged to Oakley, as Pickett scored on a QB keeper and Ethan Toribau ripped off a 65-yard TD run to put Oakley ahead 20-18 at halftime.  Raft River reclaimed the lead in the third quarter, as Tat Whitaker found Kole Spencer for a TD.  Trailing 24-20, Oakley responded with a Toribau rushing touchdown and a 28-24 lead.  Pickett then scored on another QB keeper, and Oakley led after three quarters, 34-24.  Raft River battled back with another touchdown reception by Spencer, but an onside kick attempt failed and Oakley ran out the clock for the win.

Carey 36, Lighthouse Christian 6

The Panthers defeated Lighthouse Christian in a league matchup Friday.  Colton Larna ran for three touchdowns, while Preston Wood and Carsn Perkes also scored via the rush.

Grace 58, Watersprings 8

The 1AD1 Grizzlies had no trouble with 1AD2 Watersprings, improving to 3-1 on the season.

Notus 61, Salmon River 14

The 1AD1 Pirates jumped out to a 53-0 lead at halftime.  Eli Hill led the way with two rushes for 71 yards and a touchdown.  He also hauled in a 25-yard touchdown reception, and added eight tackles and a pick six on defense.  Benny Guevara was 8-of-12 passing for 203 yards and three scores, as well.

Kamiah 54, Council 18

The 1AD1 Kubs ran away from 1AD2 Council thanks to the duo of Colton Ocain and David Kludt.  Ocain rushed for 170 yards and four touchdowns, and grabbed two interceptions on defense.  Kludt passed for 69 yards and a TD, and added 40 yards and a TD rushing.  Like Ocain, Kludt also came away with two interceptions on defense.

Potlatch 56, Deary 14

The 1AD1 Loggers led 1AD2 Deary 56-0 at halftime.  Jack Clark was 5-of-7 passing for 98 yards and three touchdowns.  Clark also scored a rushing TD, while Avery Palmer rushed for 98 yards and three scores.

Clearwater Valley 34, Lapwai 22

Neither side led by more than one score until the end, as both offenses suffered through stretches of turnovers in the second half of action.  After three quarters of play, the Rams held an 18-14 lead.  That quickly changed when Terrell Ellenwood-Jones found Dillon White for a 24-yard touchdown to begin the fourth quarter.  Ellenwood-Jones ran in the two-point conversion, and Lapwai led 22-18.  From there, Clearwater Valley outscored Lapwai 16-0 the rest of the way to complete the comeback.  Bass Myers scored on a 20-yard run and quarterback Louie Fabbi rushed for a 13-yard score for the Rams in the decisive fourth quarter.

Logos 32, Clark Fork 30

The 1AD2 Wampus Cats nearly rallied back from a 26-16 halftime deficit, but 1AD1 Logos held on for the non-conference win.  Jack Driskill threw for 335 yards and two touchdowns, and also snagged two interceptions on defense for the Knights.  Seamus Wilson caught four passes for 156 yards and two TDs.  Chase Sanroman and Ethan Howard each rushed for a pair of TDs for Clark Fork.

Kendrick 104, Genesee 0

The 1AD2 Tigers led 1AD1 Genesee 74-0 at halftime.  Ty Koepp was 8-of-9 passing for 198 yards and three touchdowns.  Wyatt Fitzmorris added four rushing scores on just six carries.

Castleford 26, Rockland 14

Ethan Roland started the scoring with a touchdown run, and the Wolves defense held firm from there, holding an explosive Rockland offense to just 14 points.  The Wolves are now 3-0 to start the year.

Camas County 54, Horseshoe Bend 6

After Rimrock canceled their game against Camas County, the Mushers quickly pivoted and picked up a replacement contest with Horseshoe Bend.  As for the game itself, it was a battle of top five teams in the 1AD2 classification, and Camas County ran away with the win.  Tristen Smith threw for 230 yards and five touchdowns.  Defensively, Emmett Palin finished with eight tackles, a sack and an interception return for a touchdown.

Mullan-St. Regis 46, Wallace 6

The Tigers picked up the North Star League Win over a short-handed Wallace team missing starting quarterback Landon Streeter.  Caleb Ball rushed for 170 yards and three touchdowns on just five carries.  He also threw for a score.

Lewis County 36, Meadows Valley 0

In a nod of good sportsmanship, Lewis County head coach Montry Moddrell only played his freshmen and sophomores against a short-handed Meadows Valley team that is competing in just its second season of varsity football after a twenty year hiatus.  Jace Roeller and Marcus Langner each rushed for two TDs for the Eagles.

Hagerman 54, Idaho City 18

The Pirates improved to 3-1 on the season with a non-conference win over Idaho City on their homecoming night. 


Eagle 3, Borah 0

The Mustangs kept rolling in Southern Idaho Conference play with a sweep of Borah on Thursday night.  Madi Hauskins paced Eagle with 14 kills.

Mountain View 3, Owyhee 0

The Mavericks swept Owyhee in a Southern Idaho Conference match on Thursday by scores of 25-16, 25-21, 25-18.  Sierra Grizzle led the way with 17 kills in the win. 

Highland (Pocatello) 3, Rigby 1

In the High Country Conference opener, the Rams won by scores of 23-25, 29-27, 25-23, 25-23.  Jenna Kearns finished with 17 kills and 12 digs, while Drew Simmons tallied 34 assists.  Despite the 3-1 loss, Rigby dropped all three sets by six points.

Lakeland 3, Coeur d’Alene 1

The 5A Vikings suffered their first loss of the season on Thursday night at home against 4A Lakeland.  The Hawks dropped the first set 25-19, but won the next three by scores of 25-20, 25-18 and 28-26 to pick up the combined 5A/4A Inland Empire League contest.  Kenna Simon led the way with 11 kills and eight blocks for the Hawks, while Ellie Carlson dug out 19 balls.

Bonneville Classic

The Bees claimed the title at their own tournament Saturday, outlasting 18 other squads to win the Bonneville Classic.

Declo 3, American Falls 2

The 2A Hornets defeated one of Class 3A’s top five teams in American Falls on Tuesday night.  Shaelee Brackenbury and Ellie Erickson each tallied 13 kills in the win, while Sam Matthews dug out 37 balls.

St. Maries 3, Kellogg 1

The Lumberjacks turned back Kellogg in a tight Central Idaho League battle on Tuesday night.  Stacie Mitchell led the way with 12 kills in the win, while Lily Daniel tallied 32 assists and Abby Wilks came away with nine digs.

Melba 3, New Plymouth 0

The Mustangs swept past New Plymouth on Thursday in a Western Idaho Conference match by scores of 25-7, 25-20, 25-8.  Keylee Clark finished with 11 kills and five aces for Melba, while Kendall Clark chipped in with nine kills.

Melba wins Idaho Classic

The Mustangs continued their hot week with a Gold Bracket victory at the Idaho Classic on Saturday.  Hosted by Mountain View High School, the Idaho Classic regularly brings Idaho’s best 3A, 2A and 1A squads together for a weekend of competition.  Melba beat Filer in the championship match.

Council, meanwhile, took the Silver Bracket.

Malad 3, West Side 1

The Dragons sent shockwaves through not just the South East Idaho Conference on Thursday night, but they sent a message to the entire state with a 25-14, 25-20, 22-25, 25-18 win over Class 2A’s top-ranked West Side Pirates.

Troy 3, Potlatch 0

The Trojans and Loggers have been the two premier programs in the Whitepine League the last several years, and the rivals met again on Monday night.  Troy earned a clean sweep by scores of 25-18, 25-10, 25-11.  Katie Gray was 18-of-19 in service for the Trojans.

Troy 3, Genesee 0

Troy further cemented its status as the team to beat in the Whitepine League with a 25-18, 25-10, 25-11 sweep of Genesee on Tuesday.  Jolee Ecklund finished with 12 kills for the Trojans.

Logos 3, Genesee 1

After Tuesday’s loss to Troy, the Bulldogs suffered a road upset on Wednesday against Logos.  The Knights dropped the first set 25-22, but rattled off three set wins in a row (25-15, 25-20, 25-22) to earn the win.  Evie Grauke and Lily Leidenfrost each led the way with ten kills for Logos in the win.

Valley 3, Castleford 2

The Vikings earned the league win on Tuesday night after falling behind two sets to one.  Valley rattled off a 25-21 win in set four, followed by a narrow 15-13 win in the fifth and final set.

Carey 3, Lighthouse Christian 1

The Panthers won by scores of 25-18, 25-20, 20-25, 25-16.  Shayli Smith led the way with four kills, ten digs and an ace.  Jane Parke added three kills, three blocks, 13 digs and two aces.

Oakley 3, Grace 1

The Hornets earned a huge non-conference win over Grace on Wednesday night.  Addie Mitton finished with seven kills and 23 digs for Oakley in the win.


Centennial 4, Kuna 3

The Patriots earned the Southern Idaho Conference victory thanks to Austin Carmack, who scored all four goals for Centennial in the win.

Caldwell 1, Bishop Kelly 0

In a Thursday night battle for first place in the Southern Idaho Conference, the Cougars slipped past Bishop Kelly in a tight one.  Jaden Pineda scored for Caldwell, while Andrew Galvan provided the assist.

Canyon Ridge 1, Wood River 0

In a monumental Great Basin Conference battle on Tuesday, the Riverhawks slipped past Wood River thanks to a goal from Cesar Tapia.

Coeur d’Alene Charter 1, St. Maries 1

The Central Idaho League foes battled to a draw on Wednesday.  Greyson Sands came up with 14 saves in goal for the Lumberjacks, and his defense was crucial in allowing St. Maries to battle back.  Coeur d’Alene Charter’s Dzuy Hoang scored just four minutes into the contest for the 1-0 lead, but Sands held firm from there.  Lance Hamblin notched the equalizer for St. Maries in the 72nd minute.

Wendell 3, Bliss 0

The Trojans kept their undefeated record intact on Wednesday.  Fernando Ibarra scored twice for Wendell, while Santiago Hurtado added the third goal.  Wendell’s ball movement was excellent, as Elliot Thompson, Omar Ibarra and Caesar Muralles all notched assists.


Rocky Mountain 13, Nampa 0

The Grizzlies led 10-0 at the half, and received four goals from Campbell Wilson.  McKenna Doremus and Brooklyn Brown both scored twice, while Kate Majors, JuliAnn Orchard, Carli Messmer, Kaitlyn Slocum and Ari Siwek all found the net as well.

Boise 4, Mountain View 0

On Wednesday, the Brave held a tenuous 1-0 lead at halftime after Annie Liebich scored in the first half.  The Brave turned it on in the latter stages of the match, though, as Sammy Smith scored to extend the lead to 2-0.  Kunie Hirai then scored twice in the final five minutes of the match for the 4-0 victory.

Middleton 1, Borah 0

In a narrow Southern Idaho Conference win, Crissy Lochhead’s goal in the 74th minute proved to be the different for the Vikings on Wednesday night.

Bonneville 2, Thunder Ridge 2

In a 0-0 draw at halftime on Wednesday, the Bees and Titans saved their best for last in an entertaining non-conference draw.  Bonneville’s Brooklyn Pett and Mady Gasser both scored early in the second half for a 2-0 led, but Thunder Ridge battled back.  Marisol Stosich scored in the 67th minute, followed by the equalizer from Camry Marrott in the 74th minute.


Lewiston Invitational

Coeur d’Alene won Thursday’s Lewiston Invite by shooting 299.  The host Bengals took second with 324.  Grant Potter of Coeur d’Alene also took medalist honors by carding a 72.


Lewiston Invitational

Mollie Seibly continued her string of dominance at her home meet on Thursday at Bryden Canyon Golf Course.  Seibly scored a 79, and Lewiston won the team title as well.

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