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Idaho High School Football Weekly Rewind (Week 3)
Unfortunately, a large number of injuries overshadowed the action on the field
Published: 9/12/2023 9:55:47 AM

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Eagle 7, Rocky Mountain 3

Eagle claimed a non-divisional Southern Idaho Conference win over Rocky Mountain in a low-scoring affair.

The Mustangs (3-0) scored on their opening drive when Noah Burnham found the end zone from a yard away.  Little did anyone know that was the last time Eagle would score, nor that the seven points would be enough for the win.

Rocky Mountain (2-2) scored on a 28-yard field goal from Shawn Thompson, and otherwise had a hard time finding traction.

Meridian 23, Middleton 20

Meridian survived a tight SIC River Division battle with Middleton on Friday night.

The Warriors (1-0 SIC River, 1-2 overall) struck first on an 80-yard touchdown pass from Zeke Martinez to Griffin Deere for a 6-0 lead.  Martinez then hit Cole Jones for a 19-yard strike and a 13-0 lead in the second quarter.

Middleton (0-2, 2-2) answered with a two-yard plunge from quarterback Cash Weeks to cut the gap to 13-6, but Meridian again responded with a Martinez four-yard touchdown run, and a 20-6 halftime lead.

Weeks scored again on a QB sneak, this time from three yards away, to bring Middleton to within 20-14 to start the third quarter, and the margin stayed that way for awhile.

Meridian found some breathing room with 2:57 to play in the fourth, when Devito Okito knocked home a 26-yard field goal for a 23-14 advantage.

Middleton answered quickly, scoring again on a Weeks QB sneak.  His one-yard run brought Middleton to within 23-20, but an onside kick attempt failed and Meridian ran out the clock.

Boise 49, Nampa 14

The Brave remained unbeaten in their second consecutive SIC River Division win over Nampa on Friday night.

Cooper Smith totaled 157 yards of offense, and scored a passing, rushing and receiving touchdown for Boise (2-0 SIC River, 4-0 overall).  Alex Hess scored a rushing TD, and Dexter Reinhrd scored on a fumble recovery.

Among the highlights for Nampa (0-2, 0-3) was a 75-yard touchdown run from Josh Peterson.

Owyhee 24, Mountain View 17

Owyhee surprised many on Thursday night by defeating previously unbeaten Mountain View in an SIC Foothills Division game.

The Storm (1-1 SIC River, 3-1 overall) were led by quarterback Matt Irwin, who passed for 164 yards and a touchdown, while also scoring twice on the ground.  Defensively, Logan Haustveit came away with two interceptions.

Henry Nelson threw for 81 yards and a touchdown for Mountain View (0-1, 2-1).

Borah 35, Kuna 7

Borah picked up their second win in SIC Foothills play on the strength of the ground game.

Jevon Nelson rushed for 258 yards and four touchdowns, while Jacob Detwiler went 13-for-15 for 196 yards for the Lions (2-0 SIC Foothills, 4-0 overall).

Austin Lattimer rushed for 122 yards and a touchdown for Kuna (0-2, 2-2).

Lewiston 42, Clarkston (WA) 26

The Bengals (1-2) won the annual Battle of the Bridge rivalry game with Clarkston (Washington) for the eighth consecutive time.

Jackson Lathen rushed for 165 yards and three touchdowns for Lewiston.  Drew Hottinger threw a touchdown to Rylen Gomez and rushed for a score, and Jeremy Yoder scored on a 26-yard TD run.

Sunnyside (WA) 41, Post Falls 35

Post Falls (2-1) fell in a back-and-forth battle with Sunnyside High School in Washington.

Tevin Burns scored a pair of rushing touchdowns for the Trojans, while quarterback Isaac McKeown scored three times on the ground.  McKeown’s third TD came with 1:04 remaining to bring Post Falls to within one score, but the Trojans’ onside kick attempt failed and Sunnyside ran out the clock.

Rigby 7, Bonneville 0

Class 5A Rigby (1-3) was awarded the win via forfeit after Class 4A Bonneville (2-1) ended the game due to an injury to running back Tim Williams.

Williams suffered a serious leg injury with 2:41 remaining in the first quarter of action.  His teammates were too distraught to continue, and decided to end the game at that point.  Williams is recovering and is in great spirits despite the traumatic injury.

Highland 58, Century 3

The Class 5A Rams (3-0) blitzed Class 4A Century (0-4) in a crosstown battle Friday night.  The game marked the first on the newly renovated field at Iron Horse Stadium at Highland High. Player of the Game Drew Hymas finished with 167 yards and three touchdowns passing.

Century quarterback Deagan Crabtree was carted off the field with an injury during the second quarter of play.  He is recovering and is expected to return in a couple of weeks.

Madison 35, Idaho Falls 8

Class 5A Madison (2-2) earned the non-conference win over Class 4A Idaho Falls (1-2) on Friday night.

Hazen Torgerson went 15-of-19 passing for 141 yards and three touchdowns.  Torgerson added a rushing score, and Barkley Beck rushed for 78 yards and a TD.  Beck also caught seven balls for 79 yards and two touchdowns.


Skyline 34, Thunder Ridge 20

The Class 4A Grizzlies (2-1) surged past Class 5A Thunder Ridge (0-4) in non-conference action. Player of the Game Alex Dennert completed 10-of-15 passes for 223 yards and four touchdowns.  Amani Morel rushed for 121 yards and a score.  Zyan Crockett caught three passes for 104 yards and two TDs.  Morel and Taylor DeMott also hauled in touchdown passes.

Thunder Ridge was paced by Ezra Moss, who threw for 194 yards and three touchdowns to three different receivers (Hudson Harker, Tanner Scoresby and DJ Brokaw).

Hillcrest 41, Blackfoot 7

Hillcrest won their High Country Conference opener in fine fashion, dispatching Blackfoot on Friday night.

The Knights (1-0 High Country, 3-0 overall) were paced by Peyton King, who finished 18-of-24 passing for 313 yards and four touchdowns to four different receivers (Titan Larsen, Ben Morris, Omri Brown and Isaac Davis).

The Broncos (0-1, 0-3) scored on a touchdown pass from Jace Cooper to Jayden Rodriguez.

Shelley 47, Burley 14

Shelley (1-2) picked up their first win of the year over previously unbeaten Burley (2-1) in a non-conference game.

The Russets piled up 427 yards rushing and 470 yards of total offense in the win.  Defensively, Shelley held an explosive Burley offense to just 264 yards of total offense.

Burley wide receiver Gatlin Bair left with an injury on the third play of the game and did not return.

Emmett 17, Lake City 13

In a neutral site showdown at the University of Idaho’s Kibbie Dome, Class 4A Emmett (3-0) outlasted Class 5A Lake City (1-2) for the non-conference win.

After a scoreless opening quarter, Emmett struck first when Isaac Brennan found the end zone from 17 yards out.  Lake City answered on the ensuing kickoff, as Chase Walker returned it 77 yards for a touchdown.  The Huskies added a 26-yard field goal from Tucker Welling, and Emmett led 10-6 at halftime.

In the third, Player of the Game Quentin Smith (who finished with 141 yards rushing) scored on a one-yard TD run, putting Emmett ahead 17-6.

In the fourth, Lake City attempted to rally, scoring on a 42-yard pass from Avrey Cherry to Michael Martindale, but the Timberwolves ultimately ran out of time.

Bishop Kelly 47, Ridgeuve 6

Bishop Kelly scored a Southern Idaho Conference win on Thursday night over Ridgevue.

As usual, the ground game was a major strength for the Knights (1-0 SIC, 3-0 overall).  Peter Minnaert rushed for 136 yards and two touchdowns, Cooper Cammann chipped in with 110 yards and a TD, and Tylan Kaschmitter and Crew Nelson both scored rushing TDs.

Ridgevue (0-1, 0-2) scored on a touchdown run from Cash Speckman.

Skyview 45, Vallivue 0

The Hawks won their SIC opener via shutout, holding Vallivue to 129 yards of total offense.

Cache Beus was 12-of-14 for 199 yards and two touchdowns for Skyview (1-0 SIC, 2-2 overall).  He added 69 yards and three touchdowns on the ground.

Vallivue (0-1, 0-3) was paced by Tyler Buckley’s 38 yards receiving.

Canyon Ridge 40, Columbia 34 (OT)

Believe it or not, but this game was tied at halftime 14-14.  Columbia (2-1) jumped out to a 14-0 lead, but Canyon Ridge (3-0) slowly chipped away to tie the game after two quarters.

In the third, Conner Willis threw a touchdown pass for Canyon Ridge on the opening drive to give the Riverhawks their first lead at 21-14.  Columbia answered with a three-yard touchdown run, and again the game was tied 21-21 with just over three minutes to play in the third.

Fast forward to five minutes remaining in the fourth: Columbia’s Jared Payne scored on a two-yard run to put the ‘Cats in front 28-21.  Canyon Ridge answered with a 17-yard touchdown pass from Willis, but the Riverhawks missed the point-after try, leaving Columbia ahead 28-27 with just over two minutes to play.

Canyon Ridge then went for the onside kick, but failed, and Columbia burst through for a 55-yard touchdown run.  The Wildcats went for the two-point conversion, which would have given Columbia a two-score lead and essentially put the game away, but the pass failed, leaving the score at 34-27 in favor of Columbia.

With just over a minute to play, Canyon Ridge marched downfield.  With the ball at Columbia’s three-yard line, and with only three seconds to play, Willis threw the game-tying touchdown.  The extra point was true, and the two sides headed to overtime tied at 34-34.

In overtime, Columbia was stopped on four straight plays, coming away empty on their possession.  From there, Canyon Ridge scored on their first play of OT, a ten-yard run, to walk away with the 40-34 win.

Minico 69, Mountain Home 0

The Spartans (1-0 Great Basin, 2-2 overall) blew past Mountain Home (0-2, 0-3) in league play Friday night.

Carson Wayment threw three touchdown passes.  Ryker Stimpson and Hyram Garner each caught touchdown passes, and Minico also scored on a double pass.  Wayment threw the ball to Paxton Twiss, who then launched it downfield to Stimpson.

Wayment also rushed for a touchdown, and Preston Cranney-Sonner scored twice on the ground.  Twiss also scored via the rush.

Pocatello 20, Twin Falls 7

Pocatello (2-0) earned a significant win over Twin Falls (2-1) in a battle of highly regarded Class 4A teams.

Despite a week off due to a canceled game, the Thunder struck on each of their first two possessions, as Dre Contreras found Julian Bowie twice on long touchdowns.  Bowie only caught two passes, but they went for 140 yards and two TDs.  Contreras threw a third touchdown to Hunter May and finished with 294 yards in total.  Ryken EchoHawk led the ground attack with 77 yards rushing.

Wyatt Solosabal scored on a one-yard touchdown run for the Bruins.

Preston 28, Jerome 6

The Indians (1-3) earned their first win of the year in a non-conference win over Jerome (0-3).

Karson Winder rushed for 94 yards and two touchdowns for Preston in the win, while quarterback Reggie Larsen scored a rushing TD and threw a 49-yard touchdown pass to Jake Schumann.  Defensively, Jaxson Merrill led the way with 14 tackles.

Jerome scored on a 63-yard touchdown pass from Zander Bingham to Sylas Gunter.

Sandpoint 27, Raymond (Alberta) 20

The Bulldogs (1-2) had to travel north to Canada for their first win of the year, but they’ll take it after a 27-20 victory over the Raymond Rockets in Alberta.

Drew Lehman completed 14-of-17 passes for 190 yards and two touchdowns in the win.  His top target was Max Frank, who caught six passes for 97 yards and a TD.  Frank added 47 yards and a touchdown rushing, while Kody Brewster piled up 93 yards and a score on the ground.  Jesse Turner also caught a touchdown pass.

Pullman (WA) 17, Moscow 10

The Greyhounds from Pullman dealt Moscow (1-2) a loss in the annual Battle of the Palouse.

Pullman scored all 17 of their points in the second quarter, then had to watch as Moscow nearly came back to win.

Juan Miller hit a 26-yard field goal to bring the Bears to within 17-3 at the end of three quarters.  Then, in the fourth quarter, Noah Velasco hit Levi Anderson on a 12-yard touchdown pass to make the score 17-10.

As Moscow was attempting to tie the game up late in the fourth quarter, the Bears had the ball at Pullman’s 15-yard line.  But Velasco was stripped on a sack and fumbled the football.  The Greyounds recovered, and basically ran out the clock from there.

West Valley (WA) 21, Lakeland 10

The shorthanded Hawks (3-1) fell to Spokane’s West Valley High on Friday night.

Lakeland was missing starting quarterback Haydon Benson, then saw backup QB Jace Taylor, along with leading rusher Lovie Weil, both exit the game with injuries, as well.


McCall-Donnelly 31, Timberlake 26

McCall-Donnelly (3-0) piled up 409 yards of total offense to outlast Timberlake (2-2) in a non-conference battle.

Maddox Arnold threw for 203 yards and a touchdown for the Vandals, and added 121 yards and two scores on the ground. 

Timberlake was paced by Cole Meidinger’s 183 yards passing and two touchdowns.  Jacob Yetter caught nine passes for 178 yards and both TDs.

Weiser 62, Bonners Ferry 6

The Wolverines (3-0) rolled to the non-conference win over Bonners Ferry (1-2). Player of the Game Kolin Cook was a perfect 9-of-9 passing for 187 yards and four touchdowns.  Brock Spencer caught a TD and returned a punt for a score, while Kaleb Grove rushed for two touchdowns for Weiser.

Bonners Ferry scored on a touchdown pass from Brody Rice to Trey Bateman.

Homedale 62, Baker (OR) 14

The Trojans (3-0) raced out to a 48-7 halftime lead en route to the non-conference win.

Dillon Fine was 10-of-12 passing for 269 yards and six touchdowns.  Rafael Cuenca caught four passes for 115 yards and four scores, while Danny Lomeli added 98 yards and three TDs on three receptions. 

Oklin Carson notched two sacks on defense, while Brock Walker racked up seven tackles.

American Falls 32, Filer 7

After surrendering a touchdown on the opening drive of the game, American Falls (2-2) settled in and slowly put Filer (0-3) away in a non-conference win.

Zak Grigg rushed for 148 yards and two touchdowns for the Beavers.  Brock Bailey added 103 yards rushing and a TD.  Austin Adair caught a 20-yard touchdown pass from Dax Brower, and also returned an interception for a touchdown.

Talyn Weaver rushed for 74 yards and a touchdown for Filer.

Snake River 48, Soda Springs 26

The Class 3A Panthers (2-2) steadily pulled away from Class 2A Soda Springs (0-3) in a non-conference win.

Payton Williams threw for 150 yards in the victory, and rushed for 44 yards and two touchdowns.  Johnny Jones added 87 yards rushing and a TD for Snake River.

Teton 48, West Jefferson 7

The Class 3A Timberwolves (3-0) stayed unbeaten with a win over Class 2A West Jefferson (0-3).

Jack Nelson threw for 410 yards and five touchdowns in the win.  Thomas Heuseveldt caught 13 passes for 237 yards and three scores, while adding 89 yards and a TD on just three carries.

Jack Joyce led the rushing attack with 127 yards and a touchdown, while Ty Brown caught seven passes for 133 yards and two TDs.

Sugar-Salem 31, Star Valley (WY) 14

The Diggers (4-0) turned back Star Valley from Afton, Wyoming, a perennial power from the Cowboy State.

Carson Harris led the way with 131 yards rushing and two touchdowns.  James Chase completed 14-of-19 passes for 98 yards and two touchdowns (one to Harris and one to Ammon Lee.)  Abe Baldwin led the defense with eight tackles, while Harris, Ben Aldrich and Ryan Bingham all collected sacks.

Kimberly 20, Fruitland 3

Kimberly (3-0) remained unbeaten in a non-conference win over Fruitland (0-3). Player of the Game Kade Larson went 10-of-13 passing for 148 yards and two touchdowns (one to Jackson May, one to Kasen Hammond).  Damon Taylor added a nine-yard rushing touchdown and the Bulldogs forced four turnovers on defense.

Jackson (WY) 31, Wood River 28

Wood River (1-3) lost a tight game against Jackson High from Wyoming on Friday.

Kyle Ipsen threw for 231 yards and four touchdowns for Wood River in the loss.  Gavin Hunter hauled in four passes for 123 yards and a touchdown.  Sully Carter added 26 yards and a score receiving.  And Anton Holter turned both of his receptions into 80 yards and two TDs.


Aberdeen 22, South Fremont 15

The Class 2A Tigers (2-1) earned a hard-fought win over Class 3A South Fremont (1-3).

Aberdeen took a narrow 16-15 lead into the halftime break before shutting out the Cougars in the second half to earn the win.

Quarterback Lupe Ortiz ran for a pair of touchdowns and threw a touchdown pass to Luke Shackelford in the first half.  Ortiz’ second TD came with 8:50 to play in the contest and proved to be the game-winner.

Freshman quarterback Cy Hill threw for 120 yards and two touchdowns for South Fremont.  Skyler Forbush caught both touchdown passes and finished with 44 yards receiving.

West Side 38, Marsh Valley 7

The Class 2A Pirates (2-1) and Class 3A Eagles (0-3) battled to a scoreless draw after one quarter of play, but West Side turned on the jets after that to run away with the non-conference win.

West Side rushed for 389 yards as a team, and finished with 454 yards in total.  Parker Moser scored two rushing touchdowns, and Ayden Fitzgerald returned a blocked field goal 94 yards for a score.  Eli Brown also threw a 39-yard touchdown pass to Lincoln Henderson before West Side’s backups entered the game.

Marsh Valley scored on a six-yard touchdown pass from Cooper Bowman to Christian Bastian.

Bear Lake 14, Firth 13

The Bears (1-2) scored a dramatic win over Firth (1-2) thanks to some late-game magic from Player of the Game Bryson Crane.

Crane scored on an 80-yard screen pass from Rhett Lloyd with 6:39 remaining in the contest to tie the game at 13-13.  Toby Flake’s point-after kick gave the Bears a lead they would never relinquish.

Firth struck first on a 16-yard touchdown run from Chase Shook.  Kyle Hillman’s point-after try was good, and Firth led 7-0.

But Bear Lake answered with a 24-yard TD pass from Lloyd to Levi Stonehouse just before halftime to tie the game at 7-7.

The score remained that way into the fourth quarter, until Firth quarterback Darrell Vasquez scored on a sneak play on a fourth-and-goal from the two-yard line.  Hillman’s PAT try was low, though, and the Cougars lead was only 13-7, setting the stage for Bear Lake’s comeback win.

Ririe 34, Wendell 21

Ririe (2-1) sent shockwaves across the Class 2A landscape on Friday night by handing Wendell (3-1) its first loss of the season.

The Bulldogs piled up 352 rushing yards in the win.  Rafe Newton ran for 184 yards and three touchdowns, while Kolter Lewis added 112 yards and a TD.  Quarterback Breylon Moon also rushed for a score.

Alex Hirai completed 11-of-19 passes for 178 yards and two touchdowns for Wendell.  Wyett Oden and Mikey Talbert were the beneficiaries of the passing scores, and Jesse Chavez also found the end zone on the ground.

North Fremont 48, Malad 6

The Huskies (3-0) remained unbeaten with a non-conference win over Malad (2-2).

Jed Hill threw a pair of touchdown passes to Cutter Bowman.  Andrew Martin rushed for two touchdowns, while Jacob Hill also found the end zone on the ground.

Malad scored on a touchdown run late in the fourth quarter.

Declo 20, Buhl 6

The Class 2A Hornets (3-0) used a stifiling defense to earn the win over Class 3A Buhl (1-2).

Declo used four takeaways on defense to lift the offense.  Quarterback Will Garrard scored on a sneak play from two yards out for a 6-0 lead.  Buhl answered with a short touchdown run of their own, and the game was tied 6-6 in the first quarter of play.

After a 6-6 draw at halftime, Declo scored twice in the second half to pull away.  Max Snedaker scored a pair of touchdown runs to give the Hornets the win.

Nampa Christian 53, Parma 0

Class 2A Nampa Christian (1-2) used a stifling defense to shut out Class 3A Parma (0-3) in non-conference play.

Aiden Thompson threw four touchdown passes to four different players: Maiko Nevarez, Luke Lady, Hunter Hafer and Matthew Nevarez.  Matthew Nevarez rushed for two touchdowns, as did Mason McDaniel.

Addison Taylor came up with two sacks on defense for the Trojans.

Melba 28, Gooding 6

The Class 2A Mustangs (2-0) fell behind early, but surged ahead to defeat Class 3A Gooding (1-2).

Cutter Beus threw for 165 yards and two touchdowns for Melba.  Both scores went to Rylan Frank, who finished with 120 receiving yards.  Isaac Arrington rushed for 57 yards and a touchdown, as well.

Gooding actually scored the first points of the game, on a

Marsing 30, Payette 20

The Class 2A Huskies (2-1) picked up a non-conference win over Class 3A Payette (1-3).

Jace Chadez threw for 219 yards and three touchdowns, while adding 55 yards and a score on the ground for the Huskies.

Payette was paced by Darrien Pecunia.  He threw for 126 yards and a touchdown and also registered 11 tackles and an interception return for a touchdown on defense.

Vale (OR) 45, New Plymouth 12

The Pilgrims (2-1) suffered their first loss of the year to the Vale Vikings from Oregon.

Colton Frates completed 16-of-23 passes for 168 yards and a touchdown for New Plymouth.  Trevin Mullanix also scored a rushing touchdown.

Priest River 34, Medical Lake (WA) 22

Priest River (1-0) is playing a limited varsity schedule this season, and registered their first official win over Medical Lake (Washington) on Friday.

Lewiston Freshmen 29, Orofino 28

The Lewiston Freshmen stormed back to defeat Orofino (0-2) in a non-conference game on Wednesday.

The Maniacs built up a 20-0 lead on a pair of touchdown runs from quarterback Aiden Olive, and a 100-yard interception return for a touchdown by Jake Scott.  They added to their lead at 28-7 on a 19-yard touchdown run from Nolan Williams.

The Bengals’ freshmen rallied, though, as Blaze Hepburn threw three touchdowns in the third and fourth quarters.  Then, Hepburn threw the game-winning two-point conversion pass to give Lewiston the 29-28 win.

Rogers (WA) 34, Grangeville 18

Grangeville (1-2) started strong, but ultimately ran out of steam against the much larger Rogers Pirates of Spokane, Washington.

David Goicoa threw three touchdowns for the Bulldogs.  Thayn Williams caught two of them, while Cody Klement hauled in the third.

Newport (WA) 34, Kellogg 12

The Wildcats (0-3) fell on the road in Newport to the Grizzlies on Friday.

Reed Whatcott threw a touchdown pass to Jaeger Hall and also rushed for a TD to account for Kellogg’s scoring.

Freeman (WA) 41, St. Maries 18

The Lumberjacks (0-3) lost a road game at Freeman High in Washington on Friday.

Trey Gibson rushed for 116 yards in the loss, while quarterback Josh Barta finished with 51 yards passing and two touchdowns rushing.  Gibson also recovered two fumbles, including one for a touchdown.


Butte County 46, Camas County 28

Class 1AD1 Butte County (3-0) trailed 1AD2 Camas County (2-1) at halftime, 28-24.  But the Pirates outscored the Mushers 22-0 in the second half to earn the win. Player of the Game Brody Westergard finished with 161 yards rushing and three touchdowns.  He also came away with a sack on defense.

Rawson Twitchell was right behind in the rushing department, tallying 151 yards and three scores.  Razo Duke chipped in with 53 yards and a TD, while Boone Gamett led the defense with 14 tackles.

For Camas County, Troy Smith scored on touchdown runs of five, 62 and 66 yards.  Tristen Smith also threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to Trevor Tews.

Challis 22, Watersprings 12

Class 1AD1 Challis (1-1) earned their first win of the year in a tight non-conference battle over Class 1AD2 Watersprings (2-1), handing the Warriors their first loss of the season in the process.

Oakley 76, Murtaugh 38

A week after being shut out in the second half in a loss to Kendrick, Oakley (1-0 Snake River Conference, 2-1 overall) exploded for 76 points against Murtaugh (0-1, 2-1) in the first conference game for both teams.

Kyler Robinson threw for 356 yards and four touchdowns for Oakley.  Kooper Beck had 151 yards receiving and two touchdowns, while Isaac Cranney added 143 yards receiving with two scores.

The Murtaugh ground game was strong in the loss, as Jr Benites rushed for 179 yards and two touchdowns, while quarterback Soyer Young added 175 yards and three TDs.

Lighthouse Christian 40, Raft River 12

Lighthouse Christian earned a huge win over Raft River in the Snake River Conference opener for each team.

For the Lions (1-0 Snake River, 3-0 overall), Justice Schrader passed for 389 yards and five touchdowns.  He added an interception and two forced fumbles on defense.

Raft River (0-1, 1-1) scored on a six-yard touchdown runs from Ruger Ward and Kai Ward.

Valley 56, Glenns Ferry 42

Valley (1-0 Snake River, 2-1 overall) won their league opener over Glenns Ferry (0-1, 1-1) and retained the Standlee Trophy for another year.

The Vikings opened the scoring on a 31-yard touchdown pass from Josh Hardy to Pedro Robles.  Thomas Vargas extended the lead on a 48-yard touchdown run, and the Vikings led 13-0.

Following an interception from Drake Jones, Valley scored again to lead 21-0, building the cushion they would need against a tough Glenns Ferry squad.

Landon Stuart threw for 237 yard and two touchdowns for the Pilots.  He added 70 yards rushing and two TDs.  Josiah Valencia led the Glenns Ferry ground game with 91 yards and a touchdown, and Landon Mills also scored on the ground.

Aaron De Leon caught four passes for 110 yards and a touchdown, while Bryce Sterling finished with 53 yards receiving and a score.

Logos 40, Kamiah 14

Logos (2-0 Whitepine League, 3-0 overall) sent a big message with a dominant win over last year’s Whitepine champ, Kamiah (1-1, 1-1).

Jack Driskill finished with 413 yards of total offense for the Knights.  He threw three touchdowns and ran for two scores.  Dominic Porras caught two TDs, while Henry Sundlie caught the other.  Ben Carlson also scored on a rushing touchdown.

David Kludt threw for 110 yards for Kamiah, and also rushed for 100 yards and a touchdown.  Connor Weddle returned a kickoff for a touchdown, and Porter Whipple racked up 13 tackles on defense.

Potlatch 50, Prairie 8

Potlatch (2-0 Whitepine, 2-0 overall) remained perfect in league play with a runaway win over Prairie (1-1, 1-1).

Jack Clark was everywhere for the Loggers, rushing for three touchdowns and throwing a 12-yard TD to Waylan Marshall and a 64-yard bomb to Ben Johnson.  Clark also came away with two interceptions on defense, and Tanner Garrels took an interception back 21 yards for a score.

Prairie scored on a 33-yard touchdown pass from Noah Behler to Levi Gehring.

Troy 40, Genesee 20

Troy (1-1 Whitepine, 1-2 overall) doubled up Genesee (0-2, 0-2) for their first league win of the year.

The Trojans led by scores of 16-6 after one quarter, but Genesee cut the cap to 22-20 at halftime.

In the second half, Troy pitched a shutout, outscoring the Bulldogs 18-0 to earn the win.

Grace 70, St. Joseph (UT) 7

The Grizzlies (3-1) bounced back from last week’s loss to Lighthouse Christian with a homecoming victory over St. Joseph School, a private school based in Ogden, Utah.

Rimrock 42, Hansen 34

Class 1AD1 Rimrock (1-2) earned their first win of the year over Class 1AD2 Hansen (0-3).

Rimrock quarterback Ronaldo Gomez rushed for 223 yards and five touchdowns and passed for 90 yards and a TD.

Adrian (OR) 60, Idaho City 14

The Wildcats fell to 0-3 following Friday’s non-conference loss to Adrian (Oregon).


Clark Fork 20, Wallace 14

The Wampus Cats (2-1 North Star League, 2-1 overall) picked up their first league win over Wallace (1-2, 1-2).

Chase Sanroman rushed for 165 yards and a touchdown in the win, while Dillon Ryan-Downing added two rushing scores also.

Alex Grubbs ran the ball well for Wallace, and coaches singled out the performance of offensive linemen Alex Cleveland, Ollie Busto and Garrett Clark.

Mullan/St. Regis 62, Kootenai 30

The Tigers (2-0 North Star, 3-0 overall) picked up a solid league win over Kootenai (0-3, 0-3).

Kofi Appiah returned a punt 45 yards for a score for Mullan/St. Regis.

Kootenai’s highlights included a 75-yard touchdown run from Simon Hodges.

Lakeside 42, Deary 34

Lakeside (2-1) forced a fourth down stop with just over thirty seconds remaining to preserve a narrow win over Deary (2-1) in non-conference play.

Qwincy Hall rushed for 190 yards and three touchdowns for the Knights, and also returned a kickoff 80 yards for a score.  Hall’s third touchdown came with just 1:15 to play, and ended up being the winning score.  Quarterback Liam Hendrickx also rushed for a pair of TDs.

Deary was led by Nolan Hubbard, who threw for 126 yards and three scores.  Tucker Ashmead and Dawson Bovard also scored rushing TDs.

Council 44, Horseshoe Bend 0

The Lumberjacks (1-0 Long Pin, 2-1 overall) started Long Pin Conference play with a shutout win over Horseshoe Bend (0-1, 2-2).

Owen Hatfield threw two touchdown passes (one to Tucker Laine, one to Mason Roberts) and also rushed for a score.  Roberts scored twice on the ground, as did Dahlton Bingham.

Tri-Valley 50, Salmon River 6

Tri-Valley (1-0 Long Pin, 2-1 overall) earned a league win over Salmon River (0-1, 0-3) on Friday night.

Jace Waggoner found Klaytin Harper twice for touchdowns, and added a third score on the ground.  Harper also scored a rushing TD, while Gage Warren scored twice via the rush.  Toby Walker also returned an interception for a touchdown for the Titans.

Salmon River quarterback Gabe Zavala scored a rushing TD for the Savages.

Cascade 28, Lewis County 24

The Ramblers (3-0) remained unbeaten in a tight win over Lewis County (1-2).

Tyler Thurston threw touchdown passes of 50 yards and 18 yards to Cole Olson, as well as a 13-yarder to Finley Wilkins.  Thurston added an eight-yard touchdown run to Cascade’s total.

Lewis County made things interesting late, as Gage Crow rushed for 290 yards and three touchdowns, but the Eagles ultimately ran out of time.

Garden Valley 45, Castleford 18

The Wolverines (2-1) welcomed back Tacoma Kelly from injury and rolled to the non-conference win over Castleford (1-1).

Kelly was up to his usual tricks, scoring on a touchdown while quarterbacking Garden Valley’s offense.  Kelly also returned a fumble and an interception for touchdowns on defense.

Kaden Zimmer scored on a touchdown run, and offensive linemen Trevor Corn and Trustin Brown each punched it in from a short distance, also.

Crash Taylor threw a pair of touchdown passes for Castleford, to Jayme Ramos and Cesar Huerigo.  Ramos also threw a TD to Conner Parish.

Timberline 30, Wilder 8

The Spartans (1-2) picked up their first win of the season of Wilder (0-3) in a Thursday night contest.

Korbin Christopherson was 8-of-10 passing for 209 yards and two touchdowns.  He added 19 yards and two scores on the ground.  Terrin Hueth and Ares Mabberly caught TD passes for the Spartans.

Wilder actually scored first on a four-yard run by Noe Anguiano, but called the game at halftime due to mounting injuries.

Rockland 48, Hagerman 12

The Bulldogs (1-2) started fast and finished even faster in a key non-conference win over previously unbeaten Hagerman (2-1).

Teague Matthews threw for 297 yards and seven touchdowns, and added 123 rushing yards, nine tackles, and an interception.

His top receiver was Aidan Radford, who finished with eight catches for 193 yards and five touchdowns.  Abe Held added 57 yards receiving and two scores.

North Gem 50, Shoshone 14

After a tough road loss last week, North Gem (1-2) bounced back with a non-conference win over Shoshone (0-2).

Rusty Hatch carried the ball 23 times to the tune of 179 yards and a touchdown for the Cowboys.  Craig Yost added 142 yards and four scores on 20 carries.  And Jack Perry rushed four times for 18 yards and two TDs.

Hatch and Yost each tallied 14 tackles on defense, as well, while Evan O’Brian came up with 11 tackles and a sack.

Dietrich 46, Mackay 8

Dietrich (2-1) handed Mackay (2-1) its first loss of the year in non-conference play Friday night.

Connor Perkins threw for 73 yards and a touchdown for Dietrich.  He added 127 yards and four scores on the ground.  Chase Norman and Emmet Zimmers also scored via the rush.  Brody Torgerson hauled in two passes for 36 yards and a TD.  Zimmers led the Dietrch defense with nine tackles, while Stryder Shaw notched two sacks.

Mackay scored on a 65-yard touchdown pass from Paylen Bruley to Ryker Esplin.

Carey JV 44, Richfield 26

The Tigers (0-2) are playing a hybrid JV-Varsity schedule this year, and fell to Carey’s JV squad on Friday.

Justin Telford led Richfield with 97 yards rushing and three touchdowns, while also picking up 13 tackles on defense.

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