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Weekly Rewind (10/3 - 10/8)
Several playoff berths were clinched during last week's slate of football action.
Published: 10/10/2022 11:45:02 AM
Brandon Baney
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brandon@idahosports.com
 

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Meridian 14, Rocky Mountain 12

Trailing 14-6, Rocky Mountain scored on a Hail Mary heave with just one second remaining.  Tegan Sweaney lofted a deep pass into the end zone, where it was tipped several times before ultimately landing within the grasp of Luke Luchini.  But the Grizzlies needed the two-point conversion to force the tie, and Art Williams was stopped at the one-yard line, preserving the win for Meridian.  With the win, the Warriors assume control of the Southern Idaho Conference Foothills Division.

Eagle 28, Mountain View 19

In a battle of the SIC’s top two teams in the River Division, the Mustangs wrapped up the division title with an impressive win.  Eagle started hot, as each of their first two offensive plays went the distance.  Jake Longson threw an 85-yard bomb to Ian Duarte on the Mustangs’ first play; Duarte then scored on a 55-yard run on the second play.  Longson was extremely efficient in the win, completing 4-of-5 passes for 109 yards.

Highland 43, Rigby 42

Rigby led 42-21 with 11:55 to play in the fourth quarter.  Then Highland scored 22 unanswered points to stun the Trojans and earn the win in the High Country Conference opener for both teams.  Quarterback Drew Hymas started the comeback with a 56-yard touchdown run.  Following a near recovery of an onside kick, the Highland defense forced the first Rigby punt of the night.  On the ensuing drive, Mason Fullmer scored on a two-yard run to bring the Rams to within 42-35.  Following another Rigby punt, and an excellent return by Rhidge Barela, Hymas lofted a pass over three defenders to Barela for a 20-yard score with just two minutes remaining.  Before Rigby could catch their breath, Hymas threw a two-point conversion pass to Barela for the 43-42 lead.  Rigby’s comeback attempt ended on an incomplete pass on fourth down.

Post Falls 42, Lewiston 35

In the Inland Empire League opener for both teams, Post Falls earned the late win over Lewiston.  Tied at 35-all with just 2:22 to play, the Trojans capped off a long drive with a five-yard touchdown run by Jake Bustamante with just 16 seconds remaining.  Isaac McKeown threw for 334 yards and three touchdowns for Post Falls in the win.  Drew Hottinger threw for 229 yards and three scores for Lewiston.

Coeur d’Alene 14, Lake City 2

In a game that resembled a baseball score at times, the Vikings earned a defensive victor over their crosstown rivals.  The game started promisingly enough, as Junus McGraw returned the opening kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown and a 6-0 Coeur d’Alene lead.  Later in the first quarter, Jamison Kizziar was flagged for intentional grounding in the end zone, which led to a safety for Lake City.  The score remained 6-2 all the way into the fourth quarter, when McGraw struck again on a 23-yard interception return for a touchdown.

Owyhee 20, Kuna 17

Trailing 17-13 late, Tanner Cope scored on a two-yard touchdown run with just over a minute to play, giving Owyhee the lead.  On Kuna’s ensuing drive, Kade Martin sealed the win with an interception.  Offensively, Cope scored two rushing touchdowns to lead the way for Owyhee.

Middleton 49, Capital 21

The Vikings won a key battle over Capital on Friday, and are now alone in third place in the SIC’s Foothills Division.  Middleton led at one point 42-0.  IdahoSports.com Player of the Game Tate Johansen rushed for two touchdowns and caught a third score.

Bishop Kelly 43, Emmett 19

In a battle of the Southern Idaho Conference’s top two teams, Bishop Kelly started hot and finished strong in the win  Hadley Smith finished 15-of-19 passing for 174 yards and four touchdowns for BK, and added a fifth score on the ground. 

Minico 55, Jerome 0

The Spartans improved to 7-1 overall and 4-0 in Great Basin Conference play with a solid shutout win over Jerome.

Skyline 28, Blackfoot 21

The Grizzlies struck first when Lachlan Haacke threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to Abrahn Silverio for a 7-0 lead.  The Broncos responded with an eight-yard scoring run from Kort Capson and a 19-yard touchdown pass from Jaxon Grimmett to Deegan Hale, taking a 14-7 lead with 1:56 to play before halftime.  The lead was short lived, as Haacke led the Griz down the field, and threw a 22-yard touchdown to Isaac Harrison just before halftime, leaving the two sides tied at 14-all.  Blackfoot took the lead again late in the third quarter on a 36-yard touchdown run by Grimmett.  But again, Skyline scored just as quickly, as Silverio dashed to the end zone from 15 yards out as the third quarter expired, and the game was tied 21-all headed into the fourth quarter.  Skyline took the lead for good with 5:01 to play, as Kenyon Sadiq scored on a short touchdown run.  Blackfoot’s last gasp effort ended on an incomplete pass in the end zone on fourth down.

Sandpoint 38, Lakeland 13

Lakeland started hot, scoring on a one-yard plunge by quarterback Caysen Loutzenhiser and recovering a Sandpoint fumble on the ensuing kickoff.  But from there, Sandpoint stemmed the tide and won a game that most likely will decide the Inland Empire League championship.  IdahoSports.com Player of the Game Parker Pettit led the way for Sandpoint, completing 6-of-9 passes for 118 yards and two touchdowns.  He also rushed for 147 yards and a score on just 12 carries.

Twin Falls 48, Burley 32

Burley outgained Twin Falls in total yardage 488-367, but Twin Falls took better care of the ball and stayed unbeaten in Great Basin Conference play.  James Noorlander rushed for 135 yards and three touchdowns in the win, while Austin Crum completed 11-of-17 passes for 214 yards and two scores.  Caleb Loveland threw for 297 yards for Burley, while Ramsey Trevino rushed for 142 yards.

Vallivue 58, Caldwell 3

Vallivue rolled past Caldwell in a battle of Southern Idaho Conference rivals.  The game doesn’t count in the league standings, though, as Caldwell is playing an independent schedule this year.  Tyson Fox ran for 210 yards and four touchdowns on just eight carries for Vallivue, and the Falcons defense held Caldwell to 158 total yards.  One highlight for Caldwell: Julissa Caceres, a member of the Cougars’ girls soccer team, nailed a 30-yard field goal.

Shelley 28, Idaho Falls 7

The Russets remained unbeaten in High Country Conference play with a strong second half performance against the Tigers.  IdahoSports.com Player of the Game CJ Fielding collected three interceptions on defense.

Hillcrest 16, Bonneville 14

Bonneville scored first in the Civil War rivalry game, as Crew Howell found Anthem Dalhke for a 14-yard score.  Hillcrest answered when Connor Payne returned a punt 82 yards for a score, tying the game at 7-7.  That score remained until the third quarter, when Tim Williams threw a 43-yard touchdown pass to Jacob Perez, putting Bonneville back in front 14-7.  Hillcrest responeded in the fourth on a short touchdown run from Braden Crystal, but Thomas Endsley’s extra point kick was no good, leaving Bonneville with the 14-13 lead.  Still trailing 14-13, the Knights got the ball with just over a minute remaining, marched down the field, and set up Endsley for a chance at redemption.  Endsley delivered, nailing a 27-yard field goal with just 11 seconds to play, giving Hillcrest the 16-14 win.

Homedale 21, Weiser 7

In a battle of top-five ranked teams, Homedale continued its winning ways over Weiser.  Jaxon Dines was 6-of-11 for 156 yards and two touchdowns.  Dines also ran in Homedale’s third touchdown, while Trenton Fisher added 132 yards on the ground.  Weiser’s score came on an 85-yard kickoff return for a touchdown by Malakye Scott.

South Fremont 28, Teton 26

This back-and-forth Mountain Rivers Conference battle came down to which side could execute their two-point conversion.  Tied at 14-all at halftime, South Fremont took a 21-20 lead at the end of three quarters.  They furthered their lead in the fourth quarter when Bryce Johnson threw an 11-yard touchdown pass to Kolby Clark.  Trailing 28-20, Teton answered, as Jack Nelson threw a 55-yard strike to Ashton Gunther with just 5:37 to play.  Still behind 28-26, Teton was forced to go for two and tie, but their pass attempt fell incomplete.  Teton kicked it deep to South Fremont, but the Cougars made sure the Timberwolves never got the ball back, running out the clock and earning the win.

Buhl 33, Wendell 0

The Indians took a 14-0 lead at halftime behind a touchdown run from Jayce Bower and a touchdown pass from Austin Franson to Kyler Kelly.  Bower then ripped off a 78-yard touchdown run early in the third for a 20-0 Buhl advantage.  Bower and Kelly would each score once more to give Buhl the final advantage of 33-0

Bonners Ferry 25, Kellogg 0

The Badgers held an 8-0 lead at halftime thanks to a short touchdown run by Blake Rice.  Then, in the second half,Cleo Henslee scored on a pair of short runs and Rice drilled a 35-yard field goal for the final margin of 25-0.  All the while, the Badgers controlled the line of scrimmage, dominated time of possession, and shut out a very potent Kellogg offense.

Fruitland 42, Payette 14

The Grizzlies held Payette to less than 250 yards of total offense in a runaway Snake River Valley Conference win.

Kimberly 51, Wood River 21

In a Thursday night battle, Kimberly sprinted past Wood River.  Kade Larson threw for 181 yards and three touchdowns, and also ran the ball 26 times for 166 yards and two more scores.

Snake River 35, Marsh Valley 14

Marsh Valley struck first on a five-yard rushing score by Alex Vaughan, and led 7-0.  Afetr Snake River responded, the Eagles again toko the lead on a 35-yard pass from Bradley Belnap to Christian Bastian for a 14-8 advantage.  From there, the Panthers defense stiffened, and pitched a shutout the rest of the way.  Snake River finished with 344 yards of total offense in the victory.

Aberdeen 24, North Fremont 0

The game was a scoreless battle for much of the first half, until Aberdeen quarterback Brody Beck scored on a short scramble just before halftime.  Leading 6-0, Aberdeen added to its second half lead with a touchdown pass from Beck to Trace King, another touchdown run by Beck, and a touchdown run from Hiatt Beck.

Bear Lake 62, Malad 0

Bear Lake stayed unbeaten in South East Idaho Conference play with a dominant shutout of Malad on Friday night.

West Side 21, Declo 6

West Side rushed for 277 yards as a team in the win, while limiting Declo to 79 yards on the ground.  Indivdiually, Parker Moser ran for 188 yards and a touchdown, while Eli Brown threw for 117 yards and a touchdown to Crew Sage.  The West Side defense also forced four turnovers in the win.

Melba 58, Marsing 22

The Mustangs remained unbeaten in Western Idaho Conference play.  Cache Beus was 9-of-11 passing for 140 yards and four scores.  As a team, Melba rushed for 367 yards.  Gabe Shaffer led the way on the ground with 243 yards and two touchdowns.

Firth 63, Salmon 6

Firth cruised to the Nuclear Conference win over Salmon on Friday night.

St. Maries 18 Grangeville 6

St. Maries moved one step closer to locking up a spot in the 2A playoffs, and now sits alone in second place in the Central Idaho League after Friday’s win over Grangeville.  Trey Gibson rushed for 76 yards and a touchdown to lead the way.  Tristun Hill collected sack and also recovered a fumble for a touchdown.  Overall, the St. Maries defense limited Grangevill to just 97 yards of total offense.

Raft River 26, Murtaugh 12

The Trojans earned a hard fought league win over Murtaugh on Friday.  Tate Whitaker threw for 231 yards and three touchdowns, and added 52 yards and a score on the ground.  Kole Spencer finsihed with 108 receiving yards and a touchdown, and racked up 16 tackles on defense.  Alex Murillo added ten tackles, two fumble recoveries and an interception.

Kamiah 46, Troy 12

The Kubs remained unbeaten in Whitepine League play, behind David Kludt’s 157 yards passing.  Kludt threw for three touchdowns, rushed for another, and came away with two interceptions on defense.  Kaden DeGroot hauled in four passes for 154 yards and two touchdowns.

Butte County 80, Challis-Mackay 20

The Pirates picked up the High Desert Conference win over Challis-Mackay 7C on Friday.  The Butte County defense surrendered less than 200 yards in the win.

Carey 62, Glenns Ferry 14

The Panthers rolled to the Snake River Conference win over Glenns Ferry on Friday night.  Preston Wood was an efficient 11-of-14 passing for 204 yards and six touchdowns in the win.

Notus 74, Idaho City 14

The Pirates led 58-0 at halftime.  Carter Woodland rushed for 156 yards and four touchdowns, and also returned a punt 80 yards for a score.  Benny Guevara was 8-of-14 passing for 165 yards and two touchdowns, and added 71 yards and a score on the ground.  Grayson Benitez caught a 25-yard touchdown and also returned an interception for a score.

Grace 72, Wells (NV) 8

Grace earned an easy win over the Leopards of Wells, Nevada on Friday night.

Clearwater Valley 20, Potlatch 6

The Loggers scored on their opening drive, but from there, the Clearwater Valley defense held firm.  Jake Fabbi racked up 14 tackles and four sacks, Tiago Pickering finished with 14 tackles and a sack, and Anthony Carter produced 12 tackles and three sacks.  Special teams play was strong for the Rams as well, as Jake Fabbi returned a kickoff 70 yards for a touchdown.  And on offense, Bass Myers and Carson Schilling each scored on touchdown runs as well.

Wilder 88, Greenleaf Friends 51

In a Thursday night Western Idaho Conference battle, the Wildcats earned the win.  Julian Neri was 6-of-8 passing for 157 yards and five touchdowns.  He also ran the ball six times for 141 yards and four scores.

Lapwai 80, Prairie 12

The Wildcats rushed for 374 yards as a team in the Whitepine League victory.  Terrell Ellenwood-Jones led the way with 194 yards and three touchdowns.  He also threw for 150 yards and three scores.  Ahlius Yearout rushed for 65 yards and a touchdown, added 51 yards receiving with a touchdown, and returned an interception for a touchdown as well.

Logos 74, Genesee 66

The Knights made just a few more plays on the offensive side of the ball in a wild shootout with Genesee.  Jack Driskill threw for 254 yards and seven touchdowns for Logos, while Genesee quarterback Angus Jordan finished with 356 yards and four touchdowns.  Driskill added 227 yards and a touchdown on the ground, while Jordan rushed for 145 yards and three scores.

Kendrick 30, Liberty Bell (WA) 0

The Tigers’ non-conference battle with Liberty Bell was called off in the second quarter after Liberty Bell parents voiced player safety concerns.  Ty Koepp threw for 172 yards and four touchdowns for Kendrick in the win.

Dietrich 26, Castleford 20

The Blue Devils took a 14-0 lead on touchdown passes from Cody Power to Conner Perkins and Case Robertson.  But just before halftime, Castleford scored on a touchdown plunge from Gus Wiggins, making the score 14-8 at halftime.  Dietrich extended the lead on a touchdown run from Payten Sneddon, but again Castleford responded.  On a fourth and goal play, Ethan Roland threw across his body to Jayme Ramos for a touchdown, and the Wolves were within 20-12.  In the fourth quarter, Power scored on a QB draw and gave Dietrich some breathing room at 26-12.  Castleford answered, getting a touchdown pass from Roland to Santi Alvarado to bring the score to 26-20 midway through the fourth quarter.  Still trailing 26-20, Castleford got the ball back late in the game, but a fourth down pass fell incomplete, Dietrich took over on downs, and ran out the clock for the win.

Camas County 64, Hagerman 12

The Mushers finished with 354 yards of total offense in the Sawtooth Conference win over Hagerman. 

Garden Valley 54, Horseshoe Bend 18

The Wolverines are still undefeated after a resounding road win at Horseshoe Bend on Friday.  Garden Valley was led by IdahoSports.com Player of the Game Kaden Zimmer, who scored two touchdowns and came away with three interceptions on defense.

Council 72, Salmon River 20

Council remained unbeaten in Long Pin Conference play on Friday.

Mullan/St. Regis 56, Clark Fork 40

The Tigers picked up the North Star League win thanks in part to the unselfish play of John Pruitt.  Pruitt normally is Mullan/St. Regis’ starting running back, but on Friday, the Tigers’ starting center was out with injury and Pruitt unselfishly told coach Stetson Spooner that he would fill in on the line.  With Pruitt at center, junior Austin Zingler received his first career start at running back, and rushed for three touchdowns in the win.

Watersprings 42, North Gem 0

The Warriors took the first step towards claiming the Rocky Mountain Conference title with a shutout win on Friday.  Jrew Plocher rushed for 349 yards and four touchdowns, finished with nine tackles on defense, and returned an interception for a touchdown in the win.

Lewis County 18, Deary 14

After the game was tied 6-6 at halftime, Lewis County outscored Deary 12-0 in the third quarter and held on for the win.  Gage Crow rushed for two touchdowns for the Eagles in the win, while Trevor Knowlton took a fumble recovery back 39 yards for Lewis County’s third score.  Wyatt Vincent threw two touchdowns for Deary (one to Tucker Ashmead, one to Kalab Rickerd).









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