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Weekly Rewind (9/26 - 10/1)
Important eight-man football results made the playoff picture come into focus more clearly
Published: 10/3/2022 5:12:34 AM
Brandon Baney
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brandon@idahosports.com
 

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FOOTBALL

Rocky Mountain 63, Capital 0

Tegan Sweaney threw for 241 yards and two touchdowns, as Rocky Mountain rolled to the Southern Idaho Conference win. Troy Wilkey returned a punt for a TD, and the Grizzlies defense held Capital to -36 yards of offense.

Meridian 48, Centennial 0

Meridian claimed the Southern Idaho Conference matchup in dominating fashion Friday. Marco Del Rio rushed for 126 yards and a touchdown on just eight carries, while Zeke Martinez threw for 126 yards and two touchdowns.

Rigby 28, Skyline 0

In a battle of reigning state champions, 5A Rigby shut out 4A Skyline on Friday night. Luke Flowers threw a pair of touchdown passes to Brady Packer, and Sam Gamino rushed for a pair of scores, as well.

Mountain View 45, Kuna 17

Mavericks starting quarterback Dawson Wahl missed the contest with an injury, so Justin McGee made the switch from running back and thrived. McGee threw for 296 yards and three touchdowns, and added 54 yards and a rushing TD, and was named IdahoSports.com Player of the Game.

Eagle 23, Boise 13

In a Thursday night game at Dona Larsen Park, the Mustangs raced out to a 23-0 lead after three quarters of play before Boise made things interesting in the fourth quarter. Noah Burnham rushed for two touchdowns, while Jake Longson connected with Ian Duarte for the third Eagle score.

Lewiston 68, Moscow 7

The 5A Bengals won easily over a 4A Moscow team dealing with tragedy. A day earlier, former Moscow High athletic director Lance Abendroth passed away at the age of 51 after a long battle with cancer. IdahoSports.com Player of the Game Drew Hottinger threw for two touchdowns in the win, while Dayton Phillips also scored on a 15-yard punt block return for a touchdown.

Highland 34, Blackfoot 28

The 5A Rams rushed for 280 yards as a team in a close win over 4A Blackfoot. Quarterback Drew Hymas led the way with 141 yards and two touchdowns, while Mason Fullmer added 87 yards and two scores. Blackfoot was led by Jaxon Grimmett, who passed for 271 yards and two scores, and added 72 yards rushing. JaVonte King caught 10 passes for 162 yards and two TDs for the Broncos, as well.

Madison 14, Hillcrest 10

Hillcrest led 10-0 at halftime thanks to a field goal and a touchdown pass from Sheldon Nelson to Tayson Pinegar. But a pair of Ben Dredge rushing touchdowns in the second half gave Madison the come-from-behind victory.

Union (WA) 40, Coeur d’Alene 20

The Union Titans ran an extremely efficient offense, and two interceptions thrown by Coeur d’Alene proved to be costly in this non-league loss for the Vikings. Carsen Speelman led the way for Coeur d’Alene with 64 yards rushing and a pair of touchdowns.

Middleton 41, Timberline 14

The Vikings cruised to the Southern Idaho Conference win, as IdahoSports.com Player of the Game Tate Johansen caught 11 passes for 129 yards and two touchdowns.

Post Falls 23, Mt. Spokane (WA) 17 (OT)

The two sides battled to a 17-17 tie after four quarters of regulation. In overtime, the Mt. Spokane Wildcats got the ball first, but turned it over when Tayce Genetone came away with an interception for the Trojans. From there, Jake Bustamante scored on a one-yard run to give Post Falls the win.

Nampa 26, Owyhee 24

This Southern Idaho Conference battle was a back-and-forth affair that wasn’t decided until the final minutes. Owyhee led 10-0 midway through the second quarter, but Nampa quarterback Gabe Navarro and running back Daniel Carrillo both scored on touchdown runs to give the Bulldogs a 13-10 lead at halftime. The Storm grabbed the lead back with 4:34 to play in the third when Tanner Cope scored on a three-yard run, and Nampa trailed 17-13 heading into the fourth. Carillo scored on a one-yard run with 9:43 to play, and Nampa led 20-17. The Storm answered with another rushing score from Cope, and with 2:22 to play, Owyhee led for the final time at 24-20. From there, Nampa mounted a drive, and with 33 seconds to play, Navarro found Payton Gunter for a 10-yard TD pass and the 26-24 win.

Bishop Kelly 63, Burley 14

In a non-conference matchup of high-octane offenses, Bishop Kelly’s rushing attack was superior to Burley’s passing game. Peter Minnaert scored four rushing touchdowns for the Knights in the win.

Minico 69, Canyon Ridge 7

The Spartans jumped out to a 28-0 lead after one quarter, and a 42-7 lead at halftime, on their way to their sixth win of the season. Minico is now 6-1, while Canyon Ridge suffered their first loss of the season. The Riverhawks are now 4-1.

Lakeland 55, Timberlake 8

The 4A Hawks rolled over 3A Timberlake in their annual rivalry game on Friday. Ezra Benson caught two touchdown passes from Caysen Loutzenhiser. Loutzenhiser and Benson also rushed for a score apiece, and Gabe Means returned a blocked punt 25 yards for a special teams score.

Emmett 42, Columbia 0

IdahoSports.com Player of the Game Dakota Perry threw four touchdown passes and ran for a fifth as the Huskies earned the Southern Idaho Conference win over Columbia.

Sandpoint 51, Lake City 13

The 4A Bulldogs defeated 5A Lake City for the third year in a row in dominant fashion. Sandpoint rushed for 291 yards as a team, and IdahoSports.com Player of the Game Max Frank personally contributed 101 yards and three touchdowns on the ground. He also caught a 17-yard touchdown pass from Parker Pettit.

Shelley 24, Pocatello 21

The Russets scored the game-winning touchdown on a 4th-and-goal quarterback sneak with just five seconds remaining. Shelley quarterback Nate Nelson attempted a QB sneak on third down as well, but was stuffed by the Pocatello defense. With no timeouts remaining, the Russets hurried to the line and on the second consecutive sneak attempt, Nelson found the end zone from two yards out. Pocatello was led by running back Ryken EchoHawk, who rushed for 202 yards and scored on a 98-yard touchdown run.

Twin Falls 66, Mountain Home 13

The Bruins remained unbeaten in Great Basin Conference play with a runaway win over Mountain Home.

Vallivue 52, Ridgevue 14

The Falcons piled up 585 rushing yards in another runaway win over Ridgevue. Tyson Fox ran for 264 yards and two scores, while Koa Maio chipped in 155 yards and four touchdowns.

Bonneville 21, Thunder Ridge 19

Bonneville led by a 14-6 margin at the end of the first quarter. The score remained 14-6 at halftime. Each side scored in the third, and the Bees led 21-12 at the end of the third. Despite a fourth quarter score from the Titans, Thunder Ridge could get no closer and fell 21-19. Anthem Dalhke rushed for 123 yards in the win and scored on a 92-yard kickoff return for a touchdown. Crew Howell and Koah Harrigfeld also found the end zone for the Bees.

Idaho Falls 35, Century 17

Century raced out to a 17-6 lead, but a quarterback change by Idaho Falls made all of the difference. Bradley Elison threw three touchdowns to lead the Tigers to the come-from-behind win, and was named IdahoSports.com for his efforts.

Sugar-Salem 28, Layton Christian (UT) 9

The Diggers outscored Layton Christian 21-3 in the second quarter to put the game away. Sugar-Salem threw for 211 yards and rushed for 118 in the win. Defensively, they limited Layton Christian to -2 yards passing.

Weiser 47, McCall-Donnelly 13

Believe it or not, Weiser only led at halftime by a 14-13 score. Then the Wolverines went on a 33-0 run in the second half to earn the win. IdahoSports.com Player of the Game Andrew Enders was 9-of-12 passing for 149 yards and two touchdowns.

Homedale 42, Payette 0

The Trojans earned a Snake River Valley Conference shutout on Friday night. Trenton Fisher rushed for 143 yards and two touchdowns, and also returned an interception for a score. Jaxon Dines was 10-of-12 passing for 146 yards and touchdown, as well.

Teton 41, Snake River 14

Teton improved to 6-0 on the year with a non-conference win over Snake River. Jack Nelson threw two touchdown passes and ran for a third, Asthon Gunther caught a TD and returned an interceptions for a score, and Thomas Heuseveldt also had a pick six for Teton.

Buhl 32, Gooding 0

The Indians defeated Gooding for the first time since 2009, and they did so with a shutout on Thursday night.

Bonners Ferry

Kimberly 61, Filer 7

The Bulldogs’ offensive talents were on display in a Sawtooth Central Idaho Conference win on Friday. IdahoSports.com Player of the Game Kade Larson threw five touchdowns, added two scores on the ground, and hauled in a touchdown reception as well.

Wood River 26, Jerome 24

Jerome held a slight 12-9 lead at halftime, but Wood River outscored the Tigers 10-6 in the third quarter to reclaim the lead at 19-18. The Wolverines extended the lead with 3:33 remaining in the fourth quarter on a 28-yard touchdown pass from Sawyer Grafft to Gavin Hunter. Trailing 26-18, Jerome answered with a five-yard run by Zander Bingham with just 43 seconds to play. Jerome needed the two-point conversion to tie the contest, but their pass attempt fell incomplete and Wood River held on for the win.

North Fremont 46, Salmon 7

North Fremont remained unbeaten in Nuclear Conference Play with a win over Salmon on Friday.

West Side 52, Soda Springs 14


One week after their 35-game winning streak came to an end, the West Side Pirates bounced back in a big way against Soda Springs. Easton Shurtliff ran for two touchdowns, Colten Gunderson rushed for a score and caught a touchdown, and Colby Bowles threw a touchdown and caught a touchdown.

Melba 44, Cole Valley Christian 24

In a battle for first place in the Western Idaho Conference, Melba emerged victorious on Friday night. Cache Beus threw for 193 yards and two touchdowns, Gabe Shaffer rushed for 151 yards and two scores, and Noah West-Baranco hauled in eight passes for 131 yards and a TD.

Frenchtown (MT) 29, Kellogg 20

Kellogg opened the scoring when quarterback Riply Luna scored on a scramble. After Frenchtown responded with a score to lead 7-6, the Wildcats struck on a Luna touchdown throw to Jaeger Hall to tie the game at 14-14 at halftime. After a scoreless third quarter, Frenchtown outscored the Wildcats 15-6 in the decisive fourth quarter.

Aberdeen 50, Malad 8

Aberdeen led 36-8 at halftime in a South East Idaho Conference win over Malad on Friday.

Firth 47, Ririe 0

Firth piled up 240 yards on the ground in a Nuclear Conference win over Ririe. Kyle Jacobsen led the way with 145 yards and two touchdowns, while quarterback Gage Vasquez chipped in 57 yards and two scores.

Oakley 46, Lighthouse Christian 22

Oakley played four consistent quarters to earn the Snake River Conference win over Lighthouse Christian. Ethan Toribau rushed for 102 yards and two touchdowns, Porter Pickett threw for 131 yards and a touchdown to Isaac Cranney. Cranney caught four balls for 105 yards and a score, and added eight tackles and three interceptions on defense.

Raft River 54, Glenns Ferry 20

After a 6-6 draw through one quarter of play, the Trojans outscored Glenns Ferry 28-6 in the second and 20-0 in the third to put the game away.

Carey 88, Valley 8

Follwing last week’s tight loss to Oakley, Carey bounced back in a big way on Friday. The Panthers led 76-0 at halftime. Among the first half highlights: Preston Wood threw three touchdown passes to Colton Larna, Conner Simpson and Carsn Perkes. Simpson also rushed for two scores and the Panthers scored on a pick six defensively.

Kamiah 52, Prairie 0

Kamiah took over sole possession of first place in the Whitepine League with a shutout win over perennial league power Prairie. David Kludt was 10-of-12 passing for 144 yards and two touchdowns (both went to Kaden DeGroot). Kludt added a pair of touchdown runs, Colton Ocain rushed for 104 yards and a touchdown, and Everett Oatman returned an interception for a touchdown as well.

Clearwater Valley 62, Genesee 22

The Rams sprinted past Genesee in a Whitepine League battle. Carson Schilling threw for 162 yards and two touchdowns, added a score on the ground, and finished with ten tackles on defense. Jake Fabbi also returned a pair of kickoffs 70 yards for touchdowns.

Potlatch 46, Logos 38

Logos led 30-16 at halftime, but Potlatch rallied back in the second half. Jack Clark led the way with 242 yards rushing and four touchdowns.

Castleford 26, Camas County 8

In a battle of top-five teams statewide in the 1AD2 Sawtooth Conference, Castleford once again showed that the league title runs through them. Ethan Roland rushed for 161 yards and all four touchdowns for the Wolves in the win.

Dietrich 68, Shoshone 6

Dietrich had this Sawtooth Conference battle wrapped up early. Payten Sneddon threw a 54-yard touchdown pass to Cody Power, while Connor Perkins threw scores to Case Robertson and Stryder Shaw. Sneddon, Emmet Zimmers, Hayden Astle and Hudsun Lucero all rushed for touchdowns as well.

Garden Valley 50, Tri-Valley 0

The Wolverines imprvoed to 5-0 overall and 2-0 in Long Pin Conference play ahead of back-to-back showdowns against fellow league powers Horseshoe Bend and Council.

Council 66, Meadows Valley 0

The Lumberjacks remained atop the Long Pin Conference standings with a shutout win over Meadows Valley. Owen Hatfield scored three touchdowns for Council in the victory (two rushing, one passing.)

Chinook (MT) 42, Mullan/St. Regis 26

The Tigers met Chinook High’s Sugarbeeters in Eureka, Montana on Friday night for another unique non-conference battle. The two sides traded scores throughout the contest, until Chinook scored with less than a minute to play for the multiple score advantage. In the defeat, Caleb Ball threw for over 200 yards and had three touchdowns to Blake Layton. Layton also led the defense with double digit tackles.

Hansen 34, Hagerman 20

The Huskies broke through with an important Sawtooth Conference win that kept their playoff hopes alive. Elway Pickett returned two kickoffs for touchdowns for Hansen in the win and added a rushing score as well.

Rockland 66, Clark County 6

The Bulldogs picked up the non-conference win over Clark County on Friday afternoon, improving to 2-4 on the season.










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