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Idaho High School Football Weekly Rewind (Week 2)
The contenders are starting to separate themselves from the rest of the pack.
Published: 9/5/2023 12:44:56 PM
 

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CLASS 5A

Boise 10, Owyhee 7

A 30-yard field goal from Harrison Hatten with five minutes to play was the difference, as Boise won their Southern Idaho Conference Foothills Division opener over Owyhee.

The Brave (1-0 SIC Foothills, 3-0 overall) also scored on an 89-yard punt return from Cooper Smith.

Owyhee (0-1, 2-1) scored on an 80-yard pass from Matt Irwin to Cam Givens.  The Storm had a chance at a game-tying field goal with less than 30 seconds to play, but it missed.

Mountain View 24, Rocky Mountain 14

Mountain View claimed the annual Battle of the Mountains trophy over Rocky Mountain in a non-divisional Southern Idaho Conference matchup.

The Mavericks (2-0) jumped out to a 17-0 advantage, thanks to touchdown runs from Justin McGee and Valentin Gomez-Ricks and a 51-yard field goal from Martin Connington.

The Grizzlies (2-1) began the comeback with an interception by Rowan Rupp at the Mountain View 5-yard line.  Carson Adams then scored on a one-yard plunge to make the score 17-7 in the third quarter.

Rocky Mountain then cut the gap to 17-14 with just under five minutes to play on a 33-yard touchdown pass from Gunnar Thompson to Jaryn Ikebe.

After a stop, the Grizzlies were driving for what could have been the go-ahead score, but Mountain View’s Caden Connors came away with his second interception of the night, this time returning the pick 41 yards for the game-clinching touchdown and a 24-14 lead.

Eagle 34, Kuna 6

Eagle won its Southern Idaho Conference River Division opener over Kuna thanks to the standout effort of two-way player Seth Brock.

Brock, the IdahoSports.com Player of the Game, caught two touchdown passes on offense, and came up with a sack on defense for the Mustangs (1-0 SIC River, 2-0 overall).

Noah Burnham added 135 yards and two TDs rushing, while Austin Ramsey rushed for 85 yards and a touchdown.

Kuna (0-1, 2-1) was paced by Austin Lattimer, who rushed for 114 yards and a touchdown.

Borah 35, Nampa 6

Borah improved to 3-0 overall, but more importantly, won their Southern Idaho Conference River Division opener against Nampa on Thursday night at Dona Larsen Park.

Jevon Nelson totaled 145 yards of total offense and scored two touchdowns, while Jacob Detwiler completed 16-of-21 passes for 223 yards. 

Nampa fell to 0-1 in the SIC River Division and 0-2 overall.

Capital 45, Lewiston 28

Capital (1-2) picked up their first win of the year with a non-conference win over Lewiston (0-2).

AJ Danaha found Brody Call three times through the air for touchdowns.  Austin Brown rushed for a pair of TDs, while Joren Peterson also scored on a 44-yard run for Capital.

Lewiston was paced by quarterback Drew Hottinger, who rushed for 103 yards and two touchdowns.  Rylan Gomez also recovered a fumble for a touchdown on defense.

Middleton, 41, Skyview 27

The Class 5A Vikings (2-1) outlasted Class 4A Skyview (1-2) in a non-conference shootout on Thursday night.

IdahoSports.com Player of the Game Cole Holman ran for 201 yards and two touchdowns, while also hauling in a 14-yard touchdown pass from Cash Weeks.  Weeks threw for 116 yards and two touchdowns, while Paxti Franks rushed for 128 yards and a TD.

Skyview was paced by Cache Beus’ 377 yards and four touchdowns passing.  His top target was Mason Krahn, who caught ten passes for 179 yards and three scores.

Post Falls 48, Timberline 22

The Trojans improved to 2-0 with a non-conference win over Timberline (0-3) from District 3.

Isaac McKeown threw four touchdown passes for Post Falls in the win.  Three TDs went to Alex Shields, while tight end Asher Bowie caught the fourth.   Tevin Burns also rushed for three scores in the win.

For Timberline, Mark Jones connected on a 27-yard field goal and Jack Brant threw three touchdown passes to three different receivers (Aiden Nixon, Hudson Lewis and Heath Res).

Lake City 34, North Central (WA) 0

The Timberwolves (1-1) picked up their first win of the season with a shut out win over North Central of Washington.

Lake City rushed for 354 yards, and collected 411 yards in total.  Quarterback Avrey Cherry led the attack, rushing for a team-high 87 yards, while also passing for 57 yards and three touchdowns.  Two TDs went to Jaden Ross, while the third went to Michael Profumo.

Coeur d’Alene 19, Sandpoint 0

The Class 5A Vikings (2-1) shut out Class 4A Sandpoint (0-2) in a low-scoring affair.

Carsen Speelman rushed for 130 yards and a touchdown on just ten carries, while Owen Harris chipped in with 62 yards rushing and a TD for Coeur d’Alene.

Sandpoint quarterback Hunter Garcia passed for 21 yards and rushed for 11 yards before exiting with an injury.  He was relieved by Braden Buckhout, who passed for 65 yards.

Highland 31, Skyline 20

The Class 5A Rams (2-0) slowly pulled away from defending 4A champ Skyline (1-1) in a Thursday night contest played at Pocatello High’s Lookout Field.

The backfield duo of quarterback Drew Hymas and running back Jackson Riddle powered Highland to the win.  Riddle rushed for 124 yards and a pair of touchdowns, while Hymas added 61 yards rushing and a TD.  Hymas also hit Rhidge Barela for a score, and Zerek Younis booted a 23-yard field goal.

The IdahoSports.com Player of the Game award went to the entire Highland defense, as the Rams came away with an interception, fumble recovery and four fourth-down stops of the vaunted Skyline offense.

Skyline was paced by touchdown runs from Amani Morel and Alex Dennert, and a touchdown pass from CarMyne Garcia to Hamilton Woodruff.

Madison 38, Blackfoot 12

Class 5A Madison (1-2) picked up their first win of the season with a convincing win over Class 4A Blackfoot (0-2).

The Bobcats started the explosion with a 45-yard interception return for a touchdown by Trevin Lords.  Barkley Beck rushed for a pair of scores, while Jake Rhoads also scored a rushing TD.  Hazen Torgerson also found Chase Crane for a touchdown.

Blackfoot was led by Jace Cooper, who threw for 118 yards and a touchdown.

American Fork (UT) 50, Rigby 7

After Rigby (0-3) battled to a 7-7 draw with American Fork (Utah) after one quarter of play, the Cavemen went on a 34-0 run in the second quarter to put the game away.

The Trojans scored on a six-yard shovel pass from Luke Flowers to Koen Peck.


CLASS 4A

Bishop Kelly 42, Centennial 17

Class 4A Bishop Kelly (2-0) displayed great balance in a win over Class 5A Centennial (0-3).

Senior Peter Minnaert rushed for three touchdowns for the Knights, while sophomore quarterback Ben Avella threw for three scores.

Zachary Hobson scored on a long touchdown run to lead Centennial.

Emmett 27, Fruitland 14

Class 4A Emmett (2-0) turned a tight game into a multi-score win over Class 3A Fruitland (0-2) thanks to a flurry of plays late at the Battle in Boise.

Emmett scored its first 14 points on a 24-yard touchdown run from quarterback Isaac Brennan (the IdahoSports.com Player of the Game) and a three-yard run by Quinten Smith. 

Fruitland, meanwhile, scored on a trick play, where quarterback Titus Vidlak caught a short touchdown.  They also scored on a 13-yard touchdown pass from Vidlak to Quinn Hood.

That left the contest tied at 14-14 with 49 seconds to play.  Emmett scored on a one-handed grab from Haus Davis from eight yards away to take a 21-14 lead.  As Fruitland was trying to answer, Kenyon Carter returned an interception for a touchdown as time expired.

Ontario (OR) 62, Caldwell 27

Ontario (Oregon) handed the Caldwell Cougars their third straight defeat.

The Cougars (0-3) played well, accumulating 319 yards of total offense, including 193 through the air.  But three turnovers proved to be costly for Caldwell.

Hillcrest 41, Thunder Ridge 14

The Class 4A Knights (2-0) showcased a balanced offense in a non-conference win over Class 5A Thunder Ridge (0-3).

The duo of Trayson Keller and Daniel Rogel each rushed for 84 yards and a touchdown.  Peyton King threw for 97 yards and two touchdowns, while Tyson Sweetwood threw for 73 yards and a score.  Mason Saunders, Tayson Pinegar and Ryan Mecham all caught touchdowns for the Knights.

Thunder Ridge scored on a 40-yard interception return for a touchdown by Parker Dougal and an 85-yard pass from Ryder Portman to Hudson Harker.

Bonneville 56, Century 7

The Bees (2-0) sprinted past Century (0-3) in a non-conference matchup of east Idaho squads.

Kanyon Todd turned ten carries into 116 yards and three touchdowns for Bonneville.  Keaton Trane added 90 yards and a score on just four carries.  Tim Williams also rushed for 56 yards and three TDs.  Eli Hamilton went 11-of-17 for 160 yards and a touchdown to Williams, as well. 

Defensively, Mason Park came away with two interceptions.

Burley 65, Vallivue 30

Vallivue (0-2) scored on the first play from scrimmage, as Austin Belnap scored on a 72-yard touchdown run.  From there, Burley (2-0) clamped down in a dominating win to conclude the Battle in Boise at Boise State University’s Albertsons Stadium.

IdahoSports.com Player of the Game Mack Jensen threw for 462 yards and seven touchdowns.  He also ran for 115 yards and two scores.  Burley wide receiver and Boise State commit Gatlin Bair finished with 280 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns.

Twin Falls 55, Idaho Falls 15

The Bruins (2-0) surged past Idaho Falls (1-1) in a non-conference win at Ravsten Stadium in Idaho Falls.

Austin Crum completed 10-of-15 passes for 249 yards and four touchdowns, while adding 22 yards and two scores rushing.

His top target was Wyatt Solosabal, who caught five passes for 132 yards and two TDs, while also rushing for 46 yards and a touchdown.  Braxton Watkins and Bryce Mahlke also caught TD passes, while Grant Patterson returned an interception 45 yards for a score.

Idaho Falls was led by quarterback Bradley Elison, who threw touchdown passes to Austin Anderson and Tayson Kirkham.

Canyon Ridge 21, Wood River 7

The Class 4A Riverhawks (2-0) picked up the non-conference win over Class 3A Wood River (1-2) in a game that was called at halftime due to lightning.

Conner Willis passed for two touchdowns for Canyon Ridge, while adding a third score on the ground.

Mountain Crest (UT) 19, Minico 18

In a narrow loss to Mountain Crest (Utah), three failed two-point conversions ultimately doomed Minico (1-2).

The Spartans scored on touchdown runs of 69 and 80 yards, and on a 47-yard pass, but went 0-for-3 on two-point tries.  Conversely, the Mustangs also scored three times, and went 1-for-3 on PATs to squeeze out the win.

Clarkston (WA) 30, Moscow 29

Moscow (1-1) dropped their annual rivalry game with Clarkson (Washington) in a back-and-forth affair that came down to a two-point conversion try.

The Bears scored the game-tying touchdown in the fourth quarter, but elected to go for the lead rather than the tie.  Their two-point conversion pass misfired, sealing the win for the Bantams.

Moscow struck first on a safety in the first quarter, but back-to-back touchdowns from Clarkston quarterback Carter Steinwand allowed the Bantams to take a 14-2 lead into halftime.

Noah Velasco hit Sam Young on a 20-yard touchdown to bring the Bears to within 14-8, but Clarkson scored again to lead 22-8 after three quarters of play.

To start the fourth, Velasco found Levi Anderson for a seven-yard strike, cutting the cap to 22-15, but again, Clarkston answered, taking a 30-15 lead with a little over three minutes to play.

That’s when Moscow capped a furious rally.  Velasco hit Keaton Frei for a two-yard touchdown to bring the deficit to 30-23.  Moscow got the ball back and scored again on a one-yard run from Eby Qualls.  That’s when Moscow’s decision to go for two failed, ending the contest at 30-29 in favor of Clarkston.

Lakeland 41, Pullman (WA) 21

The Hawks (3-0) remain undefeated after another non-conference win, this time over the Pullman Greyhounds from Washington.

Kage “Lovie” Weil rushed for three touchdowns, while Jace Taylor scored twice on the ground as well.  Roan Reill also hit Ezra Benson for a 65-yard TD pass in the win.

Star Valley (WY) 26, Preston 14

Preston (0-3) dropped a tight contest to perennial Wyoming power Star Valley.

Quarterback Reggie Larsen scored on an eight-yard run for the Indians, and Carson Winder returned an interception 67 yards for a score.


CLASS 3A

Sugar-Salem 42, Shelley 14

The Class 3A Diggers (3-0) won their annual rivalry game with Class 4A Shelley (0-2) in convincing fashion.

Carson Harris rushed for 144 yards and four touchdowns in the victory, while also leading the Sugar-Salem defense with nine tackles. Tate Cutler added 32 yards and a score on the ground and came up with a sack on defense.

Teton 43, Marsh Valley 14

Teton (2-0) sprinted past Marsh Valley (0-2) in a non-conference affair.

Thomas Heuseveldt carried the ball eight times for 87 yards and four touchdowns, while Jack Joyce piled up 156 yards and a touchdown on the ground.  Heuseveldt also caught eight balls for 160 yards and a TD, and quarterback Jack Nelson threw for 221 yards and a touchdown.

Defensively, Waylon Frei registered two sacks, while Kaiden Hastings, Bradley Brown and Max Atchley all came away with interceptions.

South Fremont 31, Bonneville JV 0

The Class 3A Cougars (1-2) picked up their first win of the year by defeating Class 4A Bonneville’s Junior Varsity team.

Cy Hill threw for 174 yards and two touchdowns in the win, and added 41 yards and a score on the ground.  Kayden Larson rushed for 74 yard and two TDs, and Raiden Whitmore and Skyler Forbush each caught touchdown passes.

Buhl 39, Mountain Home 14

The Class 3A Indians (1-1) bounced back from a season opening loss in Week 1 with a nice win over Class 4A Mountain Home (0-2) on Thursday night.

Zach Azevedo threw three touchdown passes to three different receivers (Jackson Allen, Bowen Brunson and Dillon Summy), while Gabe Finley and Rylee Brunson scored rushing TDs.  The Indians also picked off four passes, including two by Fabi Pierce.

Mountain Home scored on an 88-yard touchdown run from Cash Wiley and a four-yard touchdown run from Carter Sykes.

Kimberly 44, Jerome 0

The Class 3A Bulldogs (2-0) shut out Class 4A Jerome (0-2) in a non-conference battle.

Kimberly finished with 271 yards of total offense, but it was the Bulldogs’ defense that really stood out.  Jerome only finished with 119 yards of offense, and Kade Larson and Damon Taylor each came with interceptions.  Mason Jensen also returned a fumble on a high punt snap for a touchdown.

Homedale 42, Gooding 6

The Trojans (2-0) turned in another high-efficiency performance in a non-conference win over Gooding (1-1).

Dillon Fine completed 9-of-13 passes for 163 yards and four touchdowns.  He also rushed for 26 yards and a touchdown, before sitting the entire second half due to Homedale’s large lead.  Andrew Marston rushed for 90 yards and a touchdown, while Luke Henry, Danny Lomeli and Oklin Carson also found the end zone.

Gooding scored on a short touchdown run from quarterback Braden Martin.

Weiser 37, La Grande (OR) 0

The Wolverines (2-0) pitched a shutout against La Grande (Oregon) in a non-conference win.

Kaleb Grove rushed for 94 yard and two touchdowns, while Jaden Walker rushed for a nearly identical 92 yards and two scores.

McCall-Donnelly 22, Nampa Christian 14

Class 3A McCall-Donnelly (2-0) built up a 22-8 halftime lead, then held strong as Class 2A Nampa Christian (0-2) attempted a comeback.

Maddox Arnold threw for 105 yards and a touchdown to lead the Vandals.  McCall-Donnelly finished with 220 yards of total offense, compared to Nampa Christian’s 274.

Snake River 27, Filer 8

The Panthers (1-1) picked up their first win of the season in a non-conference battle with Filer (0-2).

Peyton Williams threw for 209 yards and three touchdowns for Snake River, while Rylan Ibarra led the defense with a pair of interceptions.

Filer quarterback Tristan Rea passed for 400 yards, but was picked off four times.  Zach Porter rushed for 23 yards and the Wildcats’ lone touchdown.

American Falls 20, West Jefferson 14

The Class 3A Beavers (1-2) earned their first win of the year in nail-biting fashion over Class 2A West Jefferson (0-2).

American Falls built up a 17-0 lead in the fourth quarter, thanks to a touchdown pass from Dax Brower to Austin Adair, a touchdown run from Zak Grigg, and a 24-yard field goal from Brian Cervantes.

But West J. rallied in the fourth, scoring on an 18-yard touchdown pass and returning an interception for a touchdown to get within 17-14 in the blink of an eye.

But American Falls went on a time-consuming drive that ended in a 35-yard field goal from Cervantes and a 20-14 lead, and snuffed out one last gasp by the Panthers to secure the win.

Shadle Park (WA) 38, Timberlake 32

The Tigers made a comeback for the ages in the fourth quarter but ultimately ran out of time in a 38-32 loss to Shadle Park High from Spokane, Washington.

A 24-0 burst from Shadle Park gave the Highlanders a 31-0 lead at halftime.  Timberlake (2-1) cut the gap to 31-8 after three, and then scored 24 points in the fourth to nearly complete the comeback.

Timberlake’s vaunted rushing attack was bottled up by Shadle Park, as the Tigers rushed for a season-low 137 yards.  Still, their trio of backs (Cooper Lenz, Caius Tebbe and Vaughn Higgins) each rushed for a touchdown, while Cole Meidinger threw for 177 yards and a touchdown to Braden McDougall.


CLASS 2A

Grangeville 51, Parma 0

The Class 2A Bulldogs (1-1) romped to the non-conference win over Class 3A Parma (0-2).

David Goicoa threw three touchdown passes for Grangeville, and added a fourth score on the ground.  Cooper Poxleitner also found the end zone three times on the ground.

Riverside (WA) 35, St. Maries 8

The Rams of Riverside High in Washington raced out to a 21-0 lead in a non-conference win over St. Maries (0-2).

The Lumberjacks totaled 309 yards of offense, but three interceptions proved costly.  Trey Gibson rushed for 215 yards and a touchdown in the loss.

Cole Valley Christian 27, Payette 6

The Class 2A Chargers (2-1) earned a non-conference win on Saturday against Class 3A Payette (1-2).

Ben Beglinger caught eight passes for 108 yards and a touchdown for Cole Valley, and also blocked a punt.  Cash Cahill passed for 204 yards and the TD to Beglinger, as well.

Payette was paced by Avin Kauffman’s 135 yards passing, while Tyler Feeley scored on a 30-yard touchdown run.

New Plymouth 50, Nyssa (OR) 0

New Plymouth (2-0) rolled to the non-conference win over Nyssa (Oregon).

Colton Frates was an efficient 5-of-8 passing for 110 yards and three touchdowns in the win.  His three TDs went to three different receivers (Kaden Hawker, Heath Scheschke and Payton Travis).

Travis led the ground attack with 145 yards and a touchdown.  Anthoney Casale and Zack Vian also scored rushing TDs.

Firth 19, Soda Springs 14

Firth (1-1) picked up their first win of the year in a tight battle with Soda Springs (0-2).

Darrell Vasquez scored on a one-yard run for Firth, and also threw a five-yard touchdown pass to Chase Shook.  Beau Ringel also scored on a two-yard run.

Soda Springs scored on a pair of one-yard runs from Caleb Thompson and Stoney Irick.

North Fremont 48, Kellogg 12

North Fremont (2-0) scored on their opening drive of the game, and the points kept rolling from there in a non-conference win over Kellogg (0-2).

Quarterback Jed Hill scored three rushing touchdowns in North Fremont’s option-based attack.  He also threw a TD pass to Cutter Bowman.  Jed’s twin brother Jacob Hill found the end zone on the ground, as did Carson Bohn.

Reed Whatcott threw two touchdown passes to Jaeger Hall to lead Kellogg.

Wendell 22, Marsing 14

Wendell (3-0) remained unbeaten with a narrow road win at Marsing (1-1).

Jesse Chavez was the workhorse for the Trojans, carrying the ball forty times for 215 yards and three touchdowns.  Alex Hirai was 6-of-12 passing for 100 yards, and Wyett Oden led the defense with 14 tackles.

Marsing was led by Xon Fleary’s 77 yards rushing.  Cache Hance rushed for 72 yards and a touchdown, while Mason Enochson added 64 yards and a score.  Levi Puga racked up 13 tackles on defense, as well.

Declo 55, Aberdeen 28

The Declo Hornets (2-0) remained unbeaten with a decisive win over Aberdeen (1-1), a state semifinalist a year ago.

Malad 12, Ririe 8

The Dragons (2-1) outlasted Ririe (1-1) in a tight defensive battle.

Braylen Tripp threw two touchdown passes to lead Malad to the win.

Rafe Newton rushed for 116 yards and a touchdown for the Bulldogs.

Layton Christian (UT) 54, West Side 44

The Pirates (1-1) lost a shootout with Utah’s Layton Christian in non-conference action.

The Pirates finished with 458 yards of total offense, but allowed 502 to the Eagles.  Parker Moser keyed the attack with 151 yards and three touchdowns rushing.  Eli Brown threw for 199 yards and a touchdown to Trayce Stone.  Stone caught five passes for 74 yards and the score.

Lyman (WY) 28, Bear Lake 0

The defending 2A champs from Bear Lake dropped to 0-2 following a loss to Lyman (Wyoming).

Rhett Lloyd threw a 35-yard touchdown pass to Kaden Anderson to account for the Bears’ scoring.


CLASS 1AD1

Lighthouse Christian 34, Grace 28

Lighthouse Christian (2-0) survived a shootout with Grace (2-1) to pick up the non-conference win.

Justice Schrader passed for 350 yards and five touchdowns for Lighthouse.  Case Van Leeuwen caught eight passes for 219 yards and two scores, while Jack DeJong hauled in five balls for 98 yards and two TDs.  DeJong also finished with 14 tackles on defense.

Murtaugh 48, Hansen 0

The Red Devils (2-0) won the Battle of the Wagon Wheel for the eleventh year in a row by shutting out the Huskies (0-2).

Jr Benites finished with 106 yards and two touchdowns rushing for Murtaugh.  He added 45 yards and a touchdown receiving.  Defensively, Oscar Aburto collected 2.5 sacks for the Devils.

Valley 42, Wilder 6

Valley (1-1) earned its first win of the year over Wilder (0-2) in a non-conference contest.

Valley got things started with a 33-yard touchdown pass from Josh Hardy to Pedro Robles and rolled from there.

Butte County 42, Carey 8

Butte County (2-0) blitzed past Carey (0-2) in a non-conference battle.

Quarterback Razor Duke led the way, rushing for 151 yards and a touchdown, and passing for 88 yards and two scores.

Rawson Twitchell and Boston Andersen also scored rushing TDs, while Kaden Krosch and Brody Westergard caught TD passes.

Logos 34, Clearwater Valley 20

Logos started strong and finished stronger in a Whitepine League opening win over Clearwater Valley.  The Knights are now 2-0 overall and 1-0 in Whitepine play, while C.V. is 0-2 and 0-1.

IdahoSports.com Player of the Game Ryan Daniels caught the first and last touchdowns of the game, setting the tone for the Knights in both the first and fourth quarters.  Jack Driskill also threw touchdown passes to Lucius Comis and Paul Grieser, and ran for a TD.

Clearwater Valley was paced by Bass Myers and Tiago Pickering, who each rushed for touchdowns.  Landon Schlieper also hit Trebor Altman for a touchdown pass.

Kamiah 52, Lapwai 8

Kamiah, the defending Whitepine League champions, began their title defense with a sold win over Lapwai on Friday night.  The Kubs start the year 1-0 overall and 1-0 in Whitepine play, while Lapwai drops to 1-1 overall and 0-1 in Whitepine.

David Kludt rushed for 155 yards and a pair of touchdowns, while also tossing TD passes to Colton Ocain and Everett Oatman.  Oatman added two rushing TDs, while Ocain also found the end zone on the ground.

Lapwai scored on a 21-yard pass from Jereese McCormack to Farrell Hayes.

Potlatch 74, Genesee 8

The Loggers (1-0 overall, 1-0 Whitepine) raced to a 40-0 lead after one quarter of play over Genesee (0-1 overall, 0-1 Whitepine).

Jay Marshall rushed for 137 yards and four touchdowns in the win.  He also returned an interception 15 yards for a touchdown.  Jay’s brother Wyatt Marshall scored on a 30-yard run and caught a 30-yard TD from Jack Clark.  Clark returned an interception for a touchdown, as well, and rushed for a score.

Genesee scored on a 24-yard run by Cadyn Brummer.

Prairie 54, Troy 16

Prairie opened their regular season and Whitepine League slate with a runaway win over Troy.  Prairie is 1-0 overall and 1-0 in Whitepine, while Troy is 0-2 and 0-1.

Trenton Lorentz passed for 268 yards and four touchdowns, while Dylan Uhlenkott rushed for 250 yards and three TDs for the Pirates.

Makhi Durrett threw a short touchdown to Cole Hazeltine to lead Troy.

Notus 65, Greenleaf Friends 13

Notus won their Western Idaho Conference opener against Greenleaf Friends on Thursday night.  The Pirates are now 1-0 in WIC and 2-0 overall.  The Grizzlies are 0-1 in WIC and 0-1 overall.


CLASS 1AD2

Kendrick 44, Oakley 22

Bry Severe returned the opening kickoff for an 84-yard touchdown for Oakley (1-1), but Kendrick (2-0) slowly wore down the Hornets in opening game of the Battle in Boise, held at Boise State University’s Albertsons Stadium.

Oakley led 22-16 at halftime thanks to a pair of touchdown passes from Kyler Robinson (43 yards to Severe and 65 yards to Kooper Beck).  But the Hornets wouldn’t score again, as Kendrick outscored Oakley 28-0 in the second half to earn the win.

IdahoSports.com Player of the Game Ty Koepp threw for 188 yards and three touchdowns (two to Hunter Taylor, one to Nathan Tweit).  Koepp also rushed for 110 yards and two scores.  Hunter Taylor put the finishing touches on the win with a 36-yard interception return for a touchdown.

Deary 44, Salmon River 0

Deary (2-0) was originally scheduled to play Kootenai, but after the Warriors canceled the game due to low numbers, the Mustangs pivoted and quickly found a new opponent in Salmon River (0-2).

Blaine Clark scored on a pair of touchdown runs for Deary, while also hauling in a 30-yard touchdown pass from Tucker Ashmead.  Ashmead also hit T.J. Beyer for a 46-yard touchdown, while Aiden Kapps, Blake Clark, and Dallen Stapleton also scored on TD runs.

Tri-Valley 58, Rimrock 14

Class 1AD2 Tri-Valley (1-1) picked up their first win of the season over Class 1AD1 Rimrock (0-2) in a non-conference battle.

Rimrock was led by Ronaldo Gomez, who rushed for 101 yards, and passed for 55 yards and a touchdown.

Horseshoe Bend 48, Idaho City 8

The Class 1AD2 Mustangs (2-1) picked up the win over Class 1AD1 Idaho City (0-2) thanks to another strong performance from Kaelun Jones.

Jones racked up 18 tackles and a sack on defense, while also rushing for 145 yards and a pair of scores.  Carson Drake threw for 133 yards and four touchdowns, as well.

Idaho City scored on a short touchdown run by Tell Jewell.

Council 50, Lewis County 0

Council (2-0) raced out to a 36-0 lead at halftime over an injury-depleted Lewis County (0-2).

In the first half alone, Owen Hatfield threw touchdown passes to Decker McLinn and Mason Roberts, and ran for a touchdown.  Roberts and Dahlton Bingham also scored rushing TDs in the first half for the Lumberjacks.

Cascade 62, Timberline (Weippe) 0

Cascade (2-0) remained unbeaten with a win over Timberline (0-2).

Dietrich 56, Rockland 50 (3OT)

The Blue Devils (1-1) outlasted Rockland (0-2) in a wild, triple-overtime affair.

Conner Perkins pass for 218 yards and three touchdowns for Dietrich in the win.  He also rushed for 143 yards and two TDs, and came away with six tackles and an interception on defense.  Perkins also scored all three touchdowns in Dietrich’s three overtime periods.

For Rockland, Teague Matthews finished with four passing touchdowns, two rushing scores and eight tackles defensively.

Camas County 50, Garden Valley 12

For the second week in a row, Camas County (2-0) sent a message with a marquee non-conference win, this time over Garden Valley (1-1).

Troy Smith paced the Mushers with 185 yards rushing and three touchdowns, an interception return for a touchdown, and 11 tackles on defense.

Garden Valley had to play most of the contest with starting quarterback Tacoma Kelly, who exited with an injury in the first half of play.

Hagerman 46, North Gem 12

Hagerman (2-0) turned a slim 16-0 halftime lead into a 46-12 triumph over North Gem (0-2).

Pirates quarterback Wyatt Mavencamp exited the contest with a shoulder injury, so Hagerman turned to the ground game to build the lead, as Wyatt Hoskovec scored a pair of rushing touchdowns.

Then in the second half, IdahoSports.com Player of the Game Ky Kendall, who replaced Mavencamp at QB and threw a pair of touchdown passes to Martin Gonzalez and Shaymus Merrill.  Gonzalez also scored a pair of rushing touchdowns.

North Gem scored on a touchdown run from Craig Yost and a fumble recovery in the end zone.

Lakeside 52, Wallace 34

A week after being shut out and held to less than 100 yards of total offense, the Lakeside Knights broke out in their North Star League opener against Wallace on Thursday night.

Lakeside (1-0 North Star, 1-1 overall) found success on the ground.  Quincy Hall rushed for 210 yards and three touchdowns, while Jemari Peone added 104 yards and two TDs.

Wallace (0-1 North Star, 1-1 overall) was led by Julian Davis, who rushed for 140 yards and two touchdowns.  Davis also caught a 65-yard touchdown from Henry Larson, while Jackson Pierce added 93 yards and two TDs.

Watersprings 58, St. Joseph (UT) 10

Watersprings started the year 2-0 with a blowout win over St. Joseph, a private school from Ogden, Utah.

Mackay 64, Clark County 0

In a game that was modified to a six-man football contest due to low numbers for Clark County, Mackay earned the shutout win, improving to 2-0 on the season.  Clark County is now 0-1.

Paylen Bruley was 5-of-6 for 201 yards and five touchdowns.  Taysen Bruley was his top target, catching three passes for 88 yards and three TDs.  Chance Brower and Ryker Esplin also caught TDs and rushed for TDs in the win.





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