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Idaho High School Football Weekly Rewind (Week 1)
Thrilling walk-off field goals, school record performances, and more await on this week's Rewind
Published: 8/29/2023 7:58:22 AM

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Rocky Mountain 16, Coeur d’Alene 0

The Grizzlies (2-0) traveled north to Coeur d’Alene (1-1) for a non-conference battle and emerged with a shutout win.

The Rocky defense came up with seven sacks, four takeaways, and allowed 2 yards rushing to the Vikings. 

Offensively, Gunnar Thompson passed for 213 yards and a touchdown to Jaryn Ikebe.  Ikebe caught 12 passes for 74 yards.  Rocky’s other points came on a 27-yard field goal from Shawn Thompson and an interception return for a touchdown from Brody Swearhart, his second in as many weeks.

Coeur d’Alene’s defense also forced four turnovers, as Nolan Christ, Tucker Booth and Owen Harris all recovered fumbles, while Shea Robertson came up with an interception.

Mountain View 31, Meridian 26

The Mavericks (1-0) won a back-and-forth battle with their crosstown rival Meridian (0-2) in a non-divisional Southern Idaho Conference battle.

Mountain View built up a 17-0 thanks to a pair of touchdown strikes from Justin McGee to Grayson Flatten, and a 25-yard field goal from Martin Connington.  Meridian rallied back, cutting the deficit to 17-13 at halftime on a pair of Zeke Martinez TD throws (one to Parker Bunderson, one to Marco Del Rio that covered 80 yards).

A costly pick-six from Mountain View’s Owen McBride in the third quarter gave the momentum back to the Mavs, extending the lead to 24-13.  Meridian again answered, on a touchdown run from Martinez, bringing the Warriors to within 24-19.

Just before the end of the third quarter, McGee scored on a seven-yard touchdown run, putting Mountain View ahead 31-19 heading into the final frame.  Meridian again answered with 4:56 to play, as Martinez hit Rylie Byington for a two-yard score.

Meridian elected to kick deep, and never got the ball back.  Mountain View ran the remaining time off the clock to preserve the win.

McGee threw for 101 yards and two touchdowns, but really dazzled with his feet, rushing for 107 yards and a score.

Meridian was led by Martinez’s 271 yards passing and three touchdowns.  Martinez also ran for 58 yards and a TD.

Borah 42, Timberline (Boise) 20

The Lions improved to 2-0 in a non-divisional Southern Idaho Conference game with Timberline (0-2). 

Jevon Nelson rushed for 166 yards and a touchdown to lead the Borah attack, while also returning an interception for a touchdown.  Timberline’s Hudson Lewis scored on a 95-yard kickoff return.

Middleton 31, Nampa 7

Middleton (1-1) picked up a non-divisional Southern Idaho Conference win over Nampa (0-1) thanks to a suffocating defensive effort, led by linebacker Cole Holman, the Player of the Game. 

Holman also chipped in with a rushing touchdown on offense, while Cash Weeks found Colton Severa for a pair of scores, also.

Nampa scored on a 66-yard touchdown pass from Dan Alvarez to Zander London.

Owyhee 37, Centennial 8

The Storm (2-0) held a tenuous 16-8 lead at halftime, but pulled away from Centennial (0-2) in the second half to pick up the non-divisional Southern Idaho Conference win.

Matt Irwin tossed four touchdowns for Owyhee in the win, including two to Ryan Brekke.  Centennial scored on a touchdown run from Jordan Kafari.

Kuna 34, Skyview 14

For the second week in a row, the Kavemen duo of Austin Lattimer and Luke Selto each rushed for over 100 yards in a win over Class 4A Skyview (0-1).

Selto led the way with 117 yards and a touchdown, while Lattimer added 108 yards and two touchdowns for Kuna (2-0).

Cache Beus completed 13-of-19 passes for 173 yards and a touchdown for the Hawks.

Boise 42, Ridgevue 0

Class 5A Boise (2-0) pitched a shutout against Class 4A Ridgevue (0-1) on Thursday night at Dona Larsen Park. 
Cooper Smith returned a punt 55 yards for a score for the Brave, and also scored on two touchdown receptions. 
Ridgevue was paced by Cade Jones’ 116 yards rushing.

Post Falls 41, Sandpoint 21

Tevin Burns torched the Sandpoint defense for 253 yards rushing and three touchdowns in the Trojans’ season opener.

Isaac McKeown threw for 208 yards and three scores for Post Falls (1-0), while Alexander Shields caught seven passes for 125 yards and two TDs.

Sandpoint (0-1) quarterback Hunter Garcia rushed for 100 yards and two touchdowns, and threw for 53 yards and a score, also.

Woods Cross (UT) 35, Lewiston 10

Woods Cross started hot in a 35-10 win over Lewiston (0-1) at the Rocky Mountain Rumble on Saturday, taking a 21-3 lead into the locker room at halftime.

The Bengals scored on a 40-yard field goal from Alex Hernandez and an eight-yard pass from Drew Hottinger to Jordan Bramlett.

Highland 52, Skyline (UT) 7

Highland (1-0) was one of the few Idaho teams to claim victory at the Rocky Mountain Rumble, picking up a 52-7 win over Skyline (Utah).

Jackson Riddle led the way with 78 yards rushing and two touchdowns.  Drew Hymas threw for 137 yards and a score, while Rhidge Barela hit Riddle on a 51-yard double pass for a touchdown.

For the second year in a row at the Rumble, junior cornerback Kai Callen also returned an interception for a touchdown.

Lehi (UT) 45, Rigby 13

In a game plagued by multiple lightning delays, Lehi (UT) came away with the Rocky Mountain Rumble victory over Rigby (0-2).

Rigby tied the contest at 7-7 in the first quarter, as Luke Flowers hit Brecken Searle for a 12-yard score.  By the time Jacob Flowers scored on a 20-yard run for Rigby’s second touchdown of the night, Lehi had established a 45-7 lead.

The Pioneers of Lehi are now 3-0.

Wasatch (UT) 34, Madison 13

The Wasps from Utah won their first game of the year, improving to 1-2 after a win over Madison to conclude the Rocky Mountain Rumble.

The Bobcats (0-2) scored touchdowns on a five-yard run from Barkley Beck and a 21-yard strike from Hazen Torgerson to Tanner Johnson.


Lakeland 13, Lake City 12

Class 4A Lakeland (2-0) built up a 13-0 lead, then held off a feisty comeback from Class 5A Lake City (0-1).

Ezra Benson scored on a 23-yard run, and Owen Forsmann kicked field goals of 25 and 49 yards to stake the Hawks to a 13-0 lead.

But in the fourth quarter, Lake City rallied.  Avrey Cherry threw a 46-yard touchdown to Jacob Hill to bring the Timberwolves to within 13-7.

Then, Ike Johnson scored on a five-yard run with just 55 seconds to play.  That’s when first-year Lake City coach Byron Hout opted to go for the two-point conversion and the win.  Cherry’s pass fell incomplete, though, and the Hawks held on for the win.

Moscow 34, Kellogg 0

Class 4A Moscow (1-0) won its first contest since September 17, 2021, with a shutout win over Class 2A Kellogg (0-1).

Noah Velasco tossed four touchdowns for the Bears, and ran for a fifth score.  Velasco’s four TDs came to four different receivers (Levi Anderson, Keaton Frei, Connor Isakson and Butch Kiblen).

Idaho Falls 34, Thunder Ridge 28 (OT)

This game featured two teams battling at two different stadiums, over two different days.

Idaho Falls (1-0) jumped out to a14-7 lead before inclement weather forced the teams to switch venues, from Thunder Ridge’s varsity field, to Ravsten Stadium, where Idaho Falls plays.

Once the teams resumed play at Ravsten Stadium, the Tigers extended the lead in the third quarter with a Peter Molino touchdown run and a 21-7 lead.

The Titans (0-2) responded with a 37-yard punt return for a score by Kody Robinson and a touchdown pass from Ezra Moss to Preston McDaniel to tie the game at 21-21 late in the fourth quarter.

Idaho Falls quickly marched the ball down the field, and capped the drive with a short touchdown run by Molino for a 28-21 lead with just 1:10 to play.

Undeterred, Thunder Ridge embarked on a game-tying drive, capped by Moss’ six-yard touchdown pass to Tanner Scoresby with no time remaining to tie the game at 28-28 and sent the affair to overtime.

Past midnight and into Saturday morning at this point, Idaho Falls began overtime with a ten-yard TD pass from Bradley Elison to Tayson Kirkham and a 34-28 lead.  On Thunder Ridge’s possession, Moss’ fourth down pass fell incomplete, giving the Tigers the win.

Skyline 27, Layton (UT) 20

The Grizzlies (1-0) held off a late charge from Layton (Utah) to win on Friday at the Rocky Mountain Rumble. Player of the Game Amani Morel rushed for 216 yards and two touchdowns, while quarterback CarMyne Garcia added 95 yards and a score on the ground.  Garcia also passed for 90 yards and a touchdown to Hamilton Woodruff.

Bonneville 34, Preston 21

Bonneville (1-0) started its season strong, with a non-conference win over Preston (0-2).

Tim Williams rushed for 133 yards and two touchdowns on only six carries.  He also returned a kickoff 80 yards for a touchdown.

Hillcrest 40, Century 0

The Knights (1-0) started their season with a shutout win over Century (0-2). Player of the Game Titan Larsen rushed for 83 yards and a touchdown on just ten carries.  Trason Keller added 135 yards and a score on the ground, while Peyton King was 11-of-15 passing for 163 yards and two touchdowns.

Star Valley (WY) 34, Shelley 13

The Star Valley Braves from Afton, Wyoming, defeated Shelley (0-1) on the road in a non-conference game on Friday night.

Shelley scored on a 22-yard touchdown pass from Ryker Williams to Dallin Hurd and a three-yard run by Nicolas Roman.

Pocatello 16, Mountain Crest (UT) 9

Pocatello (1-0) traveled to Utah State University’s Maverik Stadium on Friday night and defeated Mountain Crest on Friday night, 16-9.

The Thunder trailed 9-7 in the fourth quarter, but Carson Christensen came up with an interception followed by a 47-yard touchdown reception from Dre Contreras to swing the momentum back to Pocatello.  By the time Christensen had scored, the Thunder held the lead 13-9 with 6:53 remaining.

Garret Keller knocked through a 35-yard field goal for Pocatello’s final points of the night.

Contreras rushed for 184 yards on the ground, and passed for 143.  Ryken EchoHawk chipped in with 158 yards rushing, while Alex Winn caught a touchdown pass.

Bishop Kelly 49, Capital 14

Class 4A Bishop Kelly (1-0) sent a strong message with a non-conference win over Class 5A Capital (0-2).

Ben Avella passed for 209 yards and four touchdowns for the Knights in the win.  Cooper Cammann played all over for the Knights, and caught two touchdown passes, while rushing for a third.

Special teams were also on display as Capital’s Victor Byaundaombe returned two kickoffs for touchdowns, while BK’s Peter Minnaert took a kick back 99 yards for a score.

Emmett 33, Blackfoot 30

Emmett (1-0) won a back-and-forth affair with Blackfoot (0-1) thanks to an all-time effort from running back Isaac Brennan.

Brennan, making his first varsity start, rushed for a school record 315 yards.  Emmett needed every last one of them, as the game came down to a 29-yard field goal from Tyler Welling as time expired.

Blackfoot’s Jaiden Rodriguez finished with 264 yards receiving and three touchdowns in a losing effort.

Columbia 41, Fruitland 14

Class 4A Columbia (1-0) picked up a non-conference win over Class 3A Fruitland (0-1). 

Jared Payne again filled the stat sheet, finishing with 153 yards rushing and four touchdowns, 152 yards passing and two touchdowns, and a fumble recovery and interception on defense.

Ryan Foster added 134 yards rushing and seven tackles with a forced fumble on defense, while freshman Brenten Thueson racked up eight tackles.

The Grizzlies were paced by Josh Proctor’s two rushing touchdowns in the loss.

Burley 78, Mountain Home 20

Not only did Friday’s win over Mountain Home put the Bobcats on a 1-0 start to the season, but the win was also a Great Basin Conference contest, which puts Burley at 1-0 in league play, also.

Boise State commit Gatlin Bair caught two touchdown passes, ran in a score, and returned a punt for a touchdown.

Twin Falls 67, Vallivue 19

Twin Falls’ season opener started off on shaky footing, as Vallivue quarterback Isaac Moore broke free for an eight-yard touchdown and a 6-0 lead.  But the Bruins (1-0) steadily pulled away from there.

Austin Crum was 10-of-15 for 205 yards and four touchdowns.  Wyatt Solosabal caught five passes for 99 yards and two of the scores, while adding 87 yards rushing and two TDs on just nine carries.

Vallivue (0-1) was led by Isaac Moore, who scored a pair of rushing touchdowns and also threw an eight-yard score to Lamar Davis.

Canyon Ridge 49, Caldwell 0

The Riverhawks (1-0) started their season off with a shutout win over Class 4A Independent Caldwell (0-2).

Conner Willis led the charge, finishing 13-of-16 for 181 yards passing and two scores.  He added a rushing touchdown, while Jaden Massie and Caleb Sommers each scored twice as well.

Desert Hills (UT) 38, Minico 12

Minico (1-1) dropped a non-conference contest against Desert Hills (Utah) on Friday afternoon at the Rocky Mountain Rumble. 

Minico’s touchdowns came courtesy of four-yard scores from running back Spencer Pease and quarterback Carson Wayment.


Gooding 8, Jerome 0

This non-conference battle was decided in the first quarter of play, when Robert Bailey scored on a one-yard plunge on a fourth-and-goal play.  Quarterback Braden Martin ran in the two-point conversion, and the Senators (1-0) made that 8-0 lead stand the rest of the way.

Cade Page and Brodee Greeley came away with interceptions for Gooding on defense.

Among the highlights for Jerome (0-1) was a fumble recovery by JT Aspiasu.

Kimberly 27, Snake River 20

This back-and-forth battle ultimately went Kimberly’s (1-0) way, but it was tight throughout.

After Snake River (0-1) took a 3-0 lead in the first quarter, Kimberly’s Mason Jensen returned the ensuing kickoff for a touchdown, giving Kimberly a 7-3 lead.  The lead was further extended when Kade Larson found Jensen for a 47-yard score.

Trailing 13-3, the Panthers jumped back in front with another field goal and two passing touchdowns from Peyton Williams (one to Kyston Secrist, one to Johnny Walker).

Trailing 20-13, Damon Taylor scored on an 18-yard touchdown run to tie the game with 2:55 remaining.

On the ensuing Snake River possession, Williams was picked off by Kenyan Hernandez.   From there, Kimberly scored the game-winning touchdown on a six-yard run by Taylor with just 56 seconds to play.

Leading 27-20, Kimberly officially sealed the game with another interception of Williams.  Hernandez, a sophomore, also came away with this pick.  Kimberly then kneeled on the ball and ran out the clock for the win.

Weiser 42, Buhl 21

In a rematch of last year’s season opener, Weiser (1-0) once again found a way to win over defending District 4 champ Buhl (0-1).

Kolin Cook was 12-of-15 passing for 137 yards and two touchdowns for Weiser.  Jaden Walker added 109 yards and three touchdowns rushing on just eight carries.

McCall-Donnelly 42, Wood River 7

The Vandals (1-0) showed incredible balance in their season opening win over Wood River (1-1).

McCall-Donnelly rushed for 185 yards and threw for 153, giving McCall-Donnelly 338 yards of total offense.  The Vandals only allowed 193 yards to Wood River’s offense.

Maddox Arnold finished 10 of 17 passing for 153 yards and three touchdowns in the win.

Homedale 54, Filer 7

Homedale (1-0) rolled to a season opening win over Filer (0-1) in non-conference play.

Dillon Fine completed 14-of-18 passes for 334 yards and five touchdowns in the win.  His top target was senior Danny Lomeli, who caught four passes for 105 yards and two scores.  Andrew Marston led the ground game with 107 yards and a TD on just 12 carries.

Filer scored on a receiving touchdown from Dillon Patterson.

Teton 47, Jackson (WY) 21

The annual Battle of the Tetons trophy stayed with Teton High for another year, as coach David Joyce is now 2-0 against the team he used to coach in Jackson Hole.

Thomas Heuseveldt found the end zone four times for the Timberwolves, and came up with an interception on defense.  Jack Nelson, Jack Joyce and Ty Brown also scored for Teton (1-0).

Sugar-Salem 28, Templeton (CA) 0

The Diggers (2-0) pitched a shutout to open play on Saturday at the Rocky Mountain Rumble.

Dawson McInelly found the end zone three times on just five carries, and rushed for 25 yards total, but Player of the Game Carson Harris did the heavy lifting with 177 yards on the ground.

Tate Cutler added 112 yards and a score, while Sam Gonzalez and Cach Harris each recovered fumbles on defense.

Timberlake 43, South Fremont 0

Timberlake (2-0) piled up 264 rushing yards in a shutout win over South Fremont (0-2).

Cooper Lenz led the way with 112 yards and a touchdown.  Caius Tebbe added 85 and a score, while Vaughn Higgins rushed for 68 yards and a TD.  The Tigers’ defense also forced five turnovers.

Raiden Whitmore passed for 82 yards and rushed for 64 yards for South Fremont.

Lincoln County (MT) 45, Bonners Ferry 0

The Badgers (0-1) dropped their season opener on the road in Eureka, Montana.  Lincoln County led 12-0 after one and 30-0 at halftime.

Raymond (Alberta) 42, Marsh Valley 14

Marsh Valley (0-1) dropped the opening game of the Rocky Mountain Rumble on Friday afternoon, falling to the Raymond Rockets of Canada.

Corbridge Bastian returned a kickoff for a touchdown for the Eagles, and twin brother Christian Bastian scored a rushing touchdown, as well.


Aberdeen 12, American Falls 8

Class 2A Aberdeen (1-0) once again claimed victory in their annual rivalry game with Class 3A American Falls (0-2).

American Falls scored on their opening drive of the game on a one-yard run by Brock Bailey.  Zak Grigg ran in the two-point conversion, and the Beavers led 8-0.

Aberdeen responded with a Juan Hernandez touchdown run before halftime, and took the lead for good on a 50-yard touchdown run by quarterback Lupe Ortiz in the third.

West Side 48, Firth 6

West Side (1-0) romped to a 48-6 win over Firth (0-1) in a battle of two of Class 2A’s most successful programs over the past four seasons.

Tyson Moser rushed for 107 yards and a touchdown, and also returned a punt for a score.  Crew Sage scored a rushing touchdown and also took a punt back for six.  Eli Brown was 6-of-7 passing for 107 yards and a touchdown pass to Lincoln Henderson.

Lyman (WY) 36, Malad 14

Lyman, a perennial power in Wyoming football, sprinted past Malad (1-1) 36-14.

The Dragons scored on a touchdown pass from Braylen Tripp to Ryan Hubbard and a touchdown run from Hubbard.

New Plymouth 40, Payette 14

New Plymouth coach Tony Cade was a winner in his Pilgrims debut, as the ‘Grims (1-0) surged past Class 3A Payette (1-1).

Triston Church was 7-of-12 passing for 155 yards and three touchdowns for New Plymouth.  He added 56 yards rushing and a touchdown.

Payette was paced by Avin Kauffman’s 147 yards passing.

Cole Valley Christian 62, Parma 6

A week after falling to Wendell, Class 2A Cole Valley Christian (1-1) rebounded with a win over Class 3A Parma (0-1).

Freshman quarterback Cash Cahill was 16-of-21 passing for 295 yards and four touchdowns for the Chargers.  Fellow freshman Ethan Minegar was the top target, hauling in four passes for 94 yards and a score.

Parma was paced by sophomore quarterback Devin Asumendi, who passed for 132 yards.  Colton Davison rushed for a four-yard touchdown for the Panthers’ lone touchdown.

Melba 38, St. Maries 22

After Melba and St. Maries battled to an 8-8 draw after one quarter of play, the Mustangs (1-0) outscored the Lumberjacks (0-1) 22-6 in the second quarter to pull away.

Rylan Frank had a hand in just about everything for Melba: 132 yards receiving, 72 yards and two touchdowns rushing, and 42 yards and a touchdown passing. 

Jack Barta passed for 134 yards and two scores for St. Maries, while Trey Gibson rushed for 109 yards.

Marsing 66, Orofino 6

Less than a month after starting quarterback Drew Hanna passed away in a car accident, Orofino had to travel south to Marsing for their season opener.  For the second year in a row, the Huskies (1-0) started the year off with a win over the Maniacs.

Cache Hance rushed for two touchdowns, and caught a TD pass from Jace Chadez.  Xyon Fleary did one better, rushing for three scores and catching a TD from Chadez.  Caleb Smith also took a fumble back 60 yards for a touchdown on defense.

Orofino (0-1) scored on a touchdown run from Nolan Williams.

North Fremont 28, Bear Lake 6

Ririe 14, Soda Springs 6

Ririe (1-0) made enough plays to win a tight battle over Soda Springs (0-1) in non-conference play.

The Bulldogs struck first in the second quarter, when Breylon Moon found Aaron Martinez for a six-yard score on a fouth-and-goal play.  They added to the lead on a 57-yard touchdown run from Kolter Lewis in the third.

Lewis rushed for 78 yards and a touchdown to lead the Bulldogs, while Rafe Newton added 92 yards rushing.

Declo 39, Nampa Christian 16

Declo (1-0) sprinted to a season opening win over Nampa Christian (0-1) in a battle of teams that expect to win their respective leagues this season.

The Hornets piled up 304 yards rushing in the win, with Keston Koyle, Gavin Rasmussen and Max Snedaker each finding the end zone on the ground.  Will Garrard also threw two TDs in the win.

Nampa Christian was led by Aiden Thompson’s 206 yards and two touchdowns passing.

Wendell 17, West Jefferson 16

Wendell (2-0) scored the win thanks to a 34-yard field goal from Julian Ponce with just six seconds to play.

West Jefferson (0-1), trailing 14-7 when the fourth quarter began, nearly pulled off the comeback win.  Cooper Hall scored a rushing touchdown to bring West J. to within 14-13, and took the lead on a 20-yard field goal from Parker Dixon with 1:37 remaining.

Wendell remained calm, though, and marched the ball down field to set up Ponce’s game-winner.

Senior running back Jesse Chavez rushed for 129 yards and a touchdown for Wendell, while Alex Hirai also threw a touchdown to Jaxon Mattix.


Grace 36, Carey 0

The Grizzlies (2-0) used a strong running game and a smothering defense to shut out Carey (0-1) in a non-conference game.

Wyatt Cutler scored a pair of rushing touchdowns for Grace, and caught a touchdown from Braden Kimball.  Kimball also threw a touchdown to Brennan Sorenson and ran for a score himself, while Trevor Mathews also found the end zone on the ground.

Butte County 64, Valley 36

Butte County (1-0) opened its season with a non-conference win over Valley (0-1).

Rawson Twitchell rushed for 169 yards and three touchdowns for the Pirates.  Razor Duke added 90 yards and two scores rushing, and completed 4-of-5 passes for 121 yards and a touchdown to Brody Westergard.

Valley finished with 217 yards passing in the loss.

Notus 72, Clearwater Valley 54

Notus (1-0) romped to a season-opening road win at Clearwater Valley (0-1) behind the strength of its running game.

Tiago Pickering returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown for the Rams, but Notus turned the tide with back-to-back successful onside kick recoveries in the first half. Player of the Game Grayson Benitez rushed for five touchdowns, and caught a sixth from Benny Guevara.  Guevara also threw TDs to Tony Sullivan and Nico Martinez, and returned an interception 40 yards for a touchdown.

Carson Schilling scored four rushing touchdowns for Clearwater Valley.

Logos 56, Lakeside 0

Class 1AD1 Logos (1-0) held 1AD2 Lakeside (0-1) to just 77 yards of offense in a smothering defensive effort.

Jack Driskill completed six passes for 201 yards and a touchdown, and also rushed for 125 yards and four scores.

Qwincy Hall rushed for 61 yards for Lakeside.

Lapwai 58, Timberline (Weippe) 14

The 1AD1 Wildcats (1-0) put on a show against Class 1AD2 Timberline (0-1) in the season opener for both teams.

Ahlius Yearout rushed for 80 yards and three touchdowns, finished with 50 yards receiving, and had 12 tackles on defense for Lapwai.  Jullian Barrows also rushed for 171 yards and two TDs.

Freshman Korbin Christopherson had a passing and rushing touchdown for Timberline.

Oakley 66, St. Joseph (UT) 6

The defending 1AD1 champs from Oakley started their season 1-0 with a runaway win over St. Joseph School, a private religious school in Ogden.

Oakley built up a 30-0 lead at the end of the first quarter, and the race was on from there.  Several Hornets found the end zone, either on a touchdown or two-point conversion, including: Kyler Robinson, Bry Severe, Zane Sherfey, Kooper Beck, Houston Bingham, Camden Cranney and Braig Bench.

Raft River 44, Tri-Valley 30

The 1AD1 Trojans traveled to 1AD2 Tri-Valley and emerged with a hard fought win.

Raft River (1-0) was led by Kai Ward, who piled up 193 yards rushing and three touchdowns.  Ward also chipped in with ten tackles on defense.  McCoy Spencer, Talen Taylor and Blake Tracy all finished with nine tackles.  Taylor also recovered a fumble.  Tracy chipped in with 59 yards on the ground and a touchdown, while Spencer threw a touchdown and ran for a score.

Murtaugh 61, Challis 6

Twelve different players carried the ball for Murtaugh (1-0) in a non-conference win over Challis (0-1).

The leader rusher was junior Max Utley, who finished with 88 yards and two touchdowns on just eight carries.  Jr Benites added 81 yards and a score on only four carries.

Glenns Ferry 46, Rimrock 8

Glenns Ferry (1-0) started their year off with a 46-8 non-conference win over Rimrock (0-1).

Landon Stuart was an efficient 7-of-10 passing for 140 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Pilots.  He added 117 yards rushing and a touchdown on only eight carries.

Rimrock was led by Ronaldo Gomez, who rushed for 101 yards, and threw for 50 yards and a touchdown.

Lighthouse Christian 76, Wells (NV) 0

The Lions (1-0) had no troubles with Wells (Nevada) in their season opener on Saturday night.

Justice Schrader rushed for four touchdowns, and threw a pair of scores to Collin VanderHam and Jack DeJong, respectively.  Johnny Millenkamp scored a rushing touchdown and also recovered a fumble on defense.


Deary 34, Troy 28 (OT)

The Class 1AD2 Mustangs (1-0) rallied to win in overtime over Class 1AD1 Troy (0-1).

Nolan Hubbard quarterbacked Deary to the win, tossing the game-tying touchdown to Tucker Ashmead late in the fourth quarter before scoring the game-winning TD in overtime on a one-yard run.

Makhi Durrett ran for two scores and passed for a third to lead Troy.

Kendrick 66, Council 14

The Tigers started the year 1-0 with a non-conference win over reigning District 3 champ Council (0-1). Player of the Game Hunter Taylor finished with three receptions for 115 yards and three touchdowns.  Ty Koepp was 8-of-10 passing for 210 yards and four scores.

Council was led by Dahlton Bingham’s 65 yards rushing, while quarterback Owen Hatfield scored on two TD runs.

Lewis County 40, Salmon River 22

Lewis County (1-0) turned a tight contest into a runaway with an 18-0 fourth quarter burst.

Gage Crow rushed for 232 yards and four touchdowns in the win.

Salmon River (0-1) was paced by two touchdowns passing from Gabe Zavala to Blake Shepherd.

Cascade 44, Idaho City 14

The 1AD2 Ramblers (1-0) played up a level and came away with a convincing win over Class 1AD1 Idaho City (0-1).

Tyler Thurston passed for five touchdowns, while Cole Olson added a sixth passing TD on a fake punt.  Defensively, Trevor Sayers racked up 15 tackles.

Garden Valley 37, Dietrich 14

The Wolverines (1-0) made a statement with a decisive win over Dietrich (0-1), last year’s Class 1AD2 runner-up.

Tacoma Kelly threw for 204 yards and four touchdowns, rushed for 105 yards and a score, and had 17 yards and a touchdown receiving for Garden Valley.  If that wasn’t enough, Kelly chipped in with seven tackles and a sack on defense.

Camas County 62, Rockland 12

The Mushers (1-0) started the year off with a convincing win over District 5-6 favorite Rockland (0-1).

Among the highlights for Camas County was a kickoff return for a touchdown by Trevor Tews.

Rockland was led by Teague Matthews, who scored twice.

Castleford 42, North Gem 20

Crash Taylor scored the first touchdown of the year for Castleford (1-0), and the points kept on coming, as the Wolves sprinted past North Gem (0-1) in a non-conference game.

Craig Yost rushed for 137 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Cowboys in the loss.

Hagerman 46, Horseshoe Bend 34

The Pirates (1-0) started their season off with a non-conference win over Horseshoe Bend (1-1).

Ky Kendall led the charge with three rushing touchdowns and a receiving score from quarterback Wyatt Mavencamp.

Horseshoe Bend’s Kaelun Jones scored five rushing touchdowns for the Mustangs and rushed for 302 yards.

Murtaugh JV 54, Shoshone 30

Shoshone (0-1) dropped their season opener on Thursday night against the Murtaugh Red Devils’ JV squad.  The game was tight after one quarter, as Shoshone held a 16-14 lead, but the JV Devils outscored Shoshone 16-0 in the second quarter and 16-6 in the third to pull away.

Clark Fork 26, Kootenai 0

The Wampus Cats (1-1) picked up a North Star League victory over Kootenai (0-2) on Friday.

Mullan-St. Regis 58, Superior (MT) 52

The Tigers of Mullan-St. Regis needed every last score in a shootout with perennial Montana eight-man power Superior.

John Pruitt and Alex Trogden each scored a pair of rushing touchdowns for the Tigers (2-0), while Conner Lulis tossed two TDs and Kofi Appiah returned a kickoff for a touchdown.

Watersprings 50, Hansen 22

Watersprings (1-0) raced past Hansen (0-1) in a non-conference battle between 1AD2 programs.

Mackay 54, Richfield 0

The Miners (1-0) had to co-op with Challis a year ago due to low numbers, but Mackay showed in their season opener they are just fine on their own.

Ryker Esplin ran the ball four times for 114 yards and two touchdowns.  He also caught three passes for 198 yards and three TDs, and came away with an interception on defense.

Paylen Bruley was a perfect 6-for-6 passing for 237 yards and four touchdowns.  He also rushed for 145 yards and a TD.

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