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The Idaho 8-Man Football 3 Stars Awards (Week 4)
This week's 3 Stars Awards highlight some of Idaho's rebuilding 8-man programs
Published: 9/19/2022 5:36:57 PM

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Here are the top performers from Week 4 of the regular season.

1. Emmett Palan, Camas County
It was a well-rounded team effort that led to the Mushers' impressive win over Horseshoe Bend on Friday, but Palin made a number of big plays for Camas County (3-0).  Both of his receptions went for touchdowns, he returned an interception for a touchdown, and he had eight tackles - three of which went for loss of yardage, including one sack.

2. Jack Driskill, Logos
Driskill was a key figure in the first win of the season for Logos (1-3), throwing for 335 yards and two scores as well as intercepting two passes on defense as the Warriors edged Clark Fork, 32-30.  Perhaps the most impressive part is that he did it all while battling cramps during the game.

3. Gage Warren, Tri-Valley
The junior put up an impressive all-around game on Friday as the Titans defeated Cascade to move to 2-1 on the season.  Warren rushed for 98 yards and a score on offense, returned a kickoff for a touchdown on special teams, and had nine tackles and an interception on defense. 

Honorable Mention
Ethan Howard, Clark Fork
Louie Fabbi, Clearwater Valley
Dawson Bovard, Deary

William Mickelson, Grace

Ky Kendall, Hagerman

Brody Backus, Idaho City
Colton Ocain, Kamiah
Wyatt Fitzmorris, Kendrick
Riley Ausman, Kootenai
Qwincy Hall, Lakeside
Herschel Williamson, Lapwai
Jace Roeller, Lewis County
Raegan Fitzpatrick, Murtaugh
Eli Hill, Notus
Ethan Toribau, Oakley
Avery Palmer, Potlatch
Gianni Henderson, Shoshone
Drake Jones, Valley


When Carey moved up from 1A Division 2 to 1A Division 1 this season, some wondered how Carey's former league, the Sawtooth Conference, would look without the perennial power Panthers.  Based on early returns, the answer is...just fine.  Camas County is 3-0 (average margin of victory - 43 points per game), Castleford is 3-0 (Wolves have allowed 14 points - total - this season), Dietrich is 3-0 (averaging 64.7 points per game).  And let's not forget Hagerman, which is 3-1 this season.  There are some great matchups looming on the horizon in the D2 Sawtooth.


Lakeside sophomore Jemari Peone made the most of his limited touches during the Knights' win over Kootenai on Friday.  Peone touched the ball four times and scored on all four.  Peone ran in three touchdowns on the ground and added a fourth score on his lone punt return.  He also contributed five tackles in the game, two of which went for a loss of yardage.  Lakeside is now 1-2 in the North Star League, and the Knights' roster doesn't list a single senior.


After picking up an 80-8 victory on Friday, North Gem (2-2) head coach Corry Hatch had plenty of nice things to say...about the Cowboys' opponent, the Clark County Bobcats.  Even though his team won easily, the veteran coach came away impressed with the effort shown by the Bobcats, particularly sophomores Hunter Stevens and Eric Barrientos.  Senior Ivan Perez picked up the Bobcats' touchdown.

Clark County (0-2) is fielding a team for the first time since 2016 and is one of the smallest high schools in the state with barely three dozen students.  A learning curve was to be expected.  Head coach Tyson Schwartz and the Dubois community are beginning to lay the foundation of a re-established football program and you can count Coach Hatch as a fan.

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