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Idaho High School Football Weekly Rewind (Week 8)
With one week to go before the postseason, which teams are elevating their game?
Published: 10/16/2023 5:32:10 PM
Brandon Baney
Managing Editor/Broadcaster

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Coeur d’Alene 34, Post Falls 21

The Vikings (2-0 Inland Empire League, 6-2 overall) led 21-0 at halftime and withstood a second half comeback attempt by Post Falls (1-1, 5-3), putting the Vikings in the driver’s seat for the regular season league title.  Caden Symons threw for 155 yards and three touchdowns to three different receivers (Jamison Kizziar, Tucker Booth and Kai Wheeler).  Joe Hagel also ran in a five-yard score and Kolbe Coey took an interception back 30 yards for a TD.  Post Falls’ vaunted running game was bottled up, as Tevin Burns finished with just 51 yards and a score. The Trojans went to the air during their fourth quarter comeback, as Isaac McKeown passed for 208 yards and two touchdowns (one to Asher Bowie, one to Cooper Craig.)  Josiah Shields led the receivers with 9 catches for 129 yards.

Lewiston 22, Lake City 6

The Bengals (1-1 IEL, 4-4 overall) kept their playoff hopes alive with a road win over Lake City (0-2, 2-6).  Quarterback Drew Hottinger rushed for 167 yards and two touchdowns, while Jackson Lathen added 110 yards and a score on the ground.  Lake City scored in the fourth quarter on a five-yard run by Tyson Ruggiero.

Meridian 55, Capital 14

The Warriors (5-0 Southern Idaho Conference Foothills Division, 6-2 overall) tuned up for the SIC Championship Game with Eagle next week by blowing through Capital (1-4, 2-6) on Friday.  Zeke Martinez completed 14-of-16 passes for 221 yards and two touchdowns to lead the way, but just about everyone had a hand in scoring for Meridian in the win.

Rocky Mountain 43, Timberline 10

Rocky Mountain (4-1 SIC Foothills, 5-3 overall) earned the Thursday night win with a variety of looks on offense.  Trey Broadbent rushed for 80 yards and two touchdowns for the Grizzlies, while Carson Adams added 72 yards.  Jack Brant threw for 123 yards and a score, as well.

Middleton 42, Centennial 7

Middleton (3-2 SIC Foothills, 6-2 overall) officially wrapped up third place in the Foothills Division with their Thursday night victory.  Cash Weeks threw for 104 yards and three touchdowns for the Vikings, and a trio of backs (Jake Perez, Cole Holman and Patxi Franks) combined to rush for over 200 yards.  Centennial (1-4, 1-7) scored on a touchdown pass from Tate Keddington to Daniel Demers.

Eagle 43, Borah 21

A week after officially clinching the Southern Idaho Conference’s River Division, the Eagle Mustangs (6-0 SIC River, 8-0 overall) remained focus in a 43-21 win over Borah (2-4, 4-4).  Davis Harsin threw for 258 yards and four touchdowns in the win for the Mustangs, while Jevon Nelson led the Borah attack with 156 yards rushing.

Kuna 47, Boise 44

Kuna (2-4 SIC River, 4-4 overall) survived a back-and-forth affair with Boise (4-2, 6-2), scoring the game-winning touchdown with just 1:21 to play.  Austin Lattimer rushed for 308 yards and three touchdowns (including the game-winner), and the Kavemen ran for 411 yards as a team.  Trevor Schoolfield led Boise with 261 yards and two touchdowns passing (one to Jordan McDonald, one to Cooper Smith).  Schoolfield also ran for a pair of scores, and Grant Spillman added 124 yards and a TD on the ground.

Mountain View 27, Nampa 0

The Mavericks (3-3 SIC River, 5-3 overall) built up an 18-0 first half lead thanks to a five-yard touchdown pass from Henry Nelson to Cass Nelson, a 20-yard touchdown on a halfback pass from Torry Whiles to Brody Munson, and an 18-yard touchdown run from Valentin Gomez-Ricks.  Nampa (0-6, 0-8) will not get to participate in this week’s SIC Playoff games, due to finishing in seventh place in the River Division.  The Bulldogs will finish their season with a non-conference game against Class 4A Vallivue.

Highland 38, Madison 28

Highland (2-0 High Country Conference, 7-1 overall) won the regular season conference title by building up a big lead over Madison (1-1, 4-4), and then hanging on late as the Bobcats found their way back into the game.  Drew Hymas threw three touchdown passes for the Rams, and added a fourth score on the ground. 

Rigby 36, Thunder Ridge 0

Rigby (1-1 HCC, 4-4 overall) pitched a shutout over Thunder Ridge (0-2, 1-7), keeping their hopes of claiming second place and the auto bid that comes with it alive.  Luke Flowers threw two touchdowns in the win, and the Trojans also scored via three rushing scores and a safety.


Sandpoint 35, Moscow 7

Sandpoint (2-0 Inland Empire League, 5-3 overall) won the regular season IEL title and secured a top eight seed for the Class 4A playoffs.  Drew Lehman passed for 194 yards and a touchdown to Max Frank, and also rushed for a pair of score.  Frank caught 11 passes for 151 yards, and also rushed for 64 yards and two touchdowns.  Kody Brewster (73 yards) and Ashlei Hawkins (69 yards) also enjoyed strong nights running the football.  Moscow (0-1, 1-6) scored on a 39-yard touchdown pass from Noah Velasco to Connor Isakson.

Lakeland 28, Timberlake 24

Class 4A Lakeland (4-4) won their annual rivalry game over Class 3A Timberlake (4-4) in a tight battle.  Hawks quarterback Peyton Hillman completed 7-of-8 passes for 153 yards and two touchdowns in the win, while adding a pair of rushing touchdowns to his totals.  Roan Reilly caught both touchdown passes.  Timberlake’s Cooper Lenz rushed for 196 yards and two touchdowns.

Bishop Kelly 49, Columbia 0

Bishop Kelly (4-0 Southern Idaho Conference, 8-0 overall) put the clamps down on Columbia (1-4, 3-5), setting up a showdown next week with Skyview to determine the SIC regular season champion.

Skyview 48, Ridgevue 14

Skyview (4-0 SIC, 6-2 overall) remained unbeaten in league play with a win over Ridgevue (1-3, 2-5).  Cache Beus completed 11-of-20 passes for 184 yards and a touchdown to Dane Bowman.  Beus added 114 yards and four touchdowns rushing, while Henry Downey rushed for 68 yards and a score.  Aden Martinez caught four passes for 94 yards, while Mason Krahn had four grabs for 63 yards.

Emmett 42, Vallivue 24

Emmett (2-2 SIC, 5-3 overall) scored 14 points in three of four quarters on their way to the win.  Quentin Smith rushed for 281 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Huskies’ ground attack, while Ryder Scheibe (83 yards, 2 TDs), Lincoln Thayn (72 yards, 1 TD) and Isaac Brennan (31 yards, 1 TD) also had strong nights rushing.  Vallivue’s rushing duo of Ryker Oswald (97 yards, 1 TD) and Onix Carson (79 yards, 1 TD) led the Falcons.

Twin Falls 43, Canyon Ridge 8

Twin Falls (4-0 Great Basin Conference, 7-1 overall) smothered Canyon Ridge (2-2, 6-2) in their annual Service Bowl matchup.  Like most Bruins’ wins, Wyatt Solosabal’s fingerprints were all over the gameplan.  The senior rushed for two touchdowns, caught a touchdown pass from Austin Crum, and blocked two punts.  Canyon Ridge scored on a five-yard run by Caleb Somers.

Burley 33, Jerome 20

Jerome (0-4 GBC, 0-8 overall) hung tough, battling Burley (2-2, 3-5) to a 20-20 draw at halftime.  The Bobcats scored twice in the second half to pull away for the league win, though.  Burley was led by Mack Jensen’s 21-of-24 passing performance.  Jensen passed for 324 yards and three touchdowns.  Freshman quarterback Kale Bingham threw three touchdown passes for the Tigers.

Mountain Home 40, Caldwell 33

Mountain Home (2-6) survived a shootout with Caldwell (1-7), as both teams piled up the points and the yardage.  The Tigers finished with 437 yards of total offense (356 rushing, 81 passing).  The Cougars’ offense featured the opposite tactic, finishing with 393 total yards (353 passing, 40 rushing).

Pocatello 49, Preston 6

Pocatello (1-0 South East Idaho Conference, 4-2 overall) took a giant step towards winning the regular season conference title in their league opening win over Preston (1-1, 3-5).  Dre Contreras went 11-of-13 passing for 195 yards and three touchdowns.  Julian Bowie caught four passes for 84 yards and two TDs, while Hunter May also hauled in a scoring reception.  Carson Christensen ran for 118 yards and two touchdowns, while Ryken EchoHawk added 87 yards and a score on the ground.  Preston’s score came on a touchdown run by Karson Winder.

Hillcrest 28, Shelley 16

Shelley (3-1 High Country Conference, 4-4 overall) held a slim 10-7 lead at halftime, but Hillcrest (4-0, 8-0) outscored the Russets 21-6 in the second half to remain undefeated and hand Shelley its first loss in league play.  Peyton King threw for 83 yards and a touchdown for Hillcrest, and also rushed for 77 yards and a score.  Trason Keller (49 yards) and Titan Larsen (37 yards) each rushed for a TD, while Jace Jeudy caught three passes for 69 yards and a touchdown.  Shelley’s Chance Waite rushed for 80 yards and a touchdown, while Ayden Egbert threw a touchdown pass to Brecker Williams.

Skyline 43, Bonneville 21

A 22-point outburst in the second quarter turned a tight game into a romp for Skyline (3-1 HCC, 5-3 overall).  CarMyne Garcia completed 11-of-19 passes for 198 yards and two touchdowns in the win, and added 80 yards rushing.  Amani Morel rushed for 161 yards and two TDs on just ten carries, while Hamilton Woodruff and Bennett Southwick also rushed for scores.  Woodruff and Jacobus Klein also caught TD passes for the Grizz.  For Bonneville (1-3, 3-5), Kanyon Todd rushed for 145 yards and three touchdowns.

Idaho Falls 27, Blackfoot 7

Idaho Falls (1-3 HCC, 3-5 overall) scored their first league win of the year thanks to Bradley Ellison’s 229 yards and four touchdowns passing.  Blackfoot (0-4, 0-8) scored on a touchdown run by Jack Johansen.


Bonners Ferry 45, Orofino 0

The Class 3A Badgers (3-5) have now won back-to-back games against Class 2A opponents.  After defeating Kellogg last week, Bonners Ferry exploded in a win over Orofino (0-6) on Friday.  The Badgers will now face Timberlake for the Intermountain League title on Friday.

Homedale 33, Fruitland 0

Homedale (4-0 Snake River Valley Conference, 8-0 overall) claimed the regular season title by shutting out Fruitland (2-2, 2-6).  It’s the fourth win in four years for the Homedale seniors over their rivals from Fruitland.  Dillon Fine completed 20-of-28 passes for 238 yards and two touchdowns in the win, while Andrew Marston rushed for 84 yards and two TDs.

McCall-Donnelly 59, Payette 0

Maddux Arnold threw for 191 yards and four touchdowns on just nine completions, as the Vandals (3-1 SRV, 6-1 overall) shut out Payette (0-4, 1-7).

Kimberly 36, Buhl 19

The Bulldogs (3-0 Sawtooth Central Idaho Conference, 8-0 overall) wrapped up the regular season conference title with the win over Buhl (2-1, 5-3).  Kade Larson completed 12-of-16 passes for 142 yards and three touchdowns to three different receivers (Kasen Hammond, AJ Walker and Mason Jensen).  Larson also rushed for a pair of short touchdowns in the win.

Wood River 20, Gooding 13

Wood River (2-2 SCIC, 4-5 overall) led 10-7 at halftime thanks to a 34-yard field by Conrad Foster and a wide receiver pass for a touchdown.  The lead was extended to 13-7 with 8:15 to play in the fourth quarter, as Foster drilled a 48-yard field goal.  Undeterred, Gooding (1-2, 2-6) responded, as Braden Martin hit Butch Morris for a touchdown.  The extra point was short, though, leaving the game tied at 13-13.  On their next possession, the Wolverines went three-and-out, but Gooding gave the ball back to Wood River with 2:40 to play, as Lennon Hunter came away with an interception.  Wood River then embarked on a long drive that culminated with a ten-yard touchdown run from Kyle Ipsen with just 35 seconds to play, giving the Wolverines the win.

Snake River 28, American Falls 16

Snake River (2-0 South East Idaho Conference, 5-3 overall) clinched the regular season conference title with a second half comeback over American Falls (0-1, 3-5).  The Beavers led 9-7 at halftime, but the Panthers outscored American Falls 21-7 over the third and fourth quarters.  Johnny Jones rushed for 104 yards and two touchdowns for Snake River, while Brock Bailey led the Beavers with 94 yards and a touchdown on the ground.

Marsh Valley 31, South Fremont 14

Marsh Valley (1-7)) trailed 14-10 when the fourth quarter began, but a flurry of points late led the Eagles to their first win of the year.  Tuff Solomon ran for a pair of touchdowns in the win, while Cooper Bowman rushed for a score and threw a TD to Eli Hadley.  South Fremont (1-7) was led by Bryce Johnson’s 85 yards rushing and two touchdowns.

Sugar-Salem 41, Teton 14

The Diggers (1-0 Mountain Rivers Conference, 7-0 overall) handed Teton (1-1, 6-1) their first loss of the year in this clash of unbeatens.  James Chase completed 10-of-19 passes for 212 yards and a touchdown to Josiah Bosco.  Carson Harris led the ground attack with 112 yards and a score, while Tate Cutler (41 yards, 2 TDs) and Chase (31 yards, TD) also turned in fine efforts.  Ryan Bingham led the defense with nine tackles and a sack.


Grangeville 46, Kellogg 6

Grangeville (3-0 Central Idaho League, 4-3 overall) officially wrapped up the CIL regular season title with the win over Kellogg (1-2, 2-6).  David Goicoa threw two touchdowns and rushed for two scores for the Bulldogs.  Carter Mundt and Cody Klement each caught TD passes, while Cooper Poxleitner rushed for a score.  Carl Spencer also returned a punt 35 yards for a touchdown for Grangeville.

Melba 58, New Plymouth 8

Melba (3-0 Western Idaho Conference, 6-1 overall) remained tied with Nampa Christian atop the WIC standings ahead of their showdown next week with a dominant win over New Plymouth (0-3, 3-5).  The Mustangs rushed for 282 yards and seven touchdowns as a team.  Rylan Frank (88 yards, 2 TDs) and Brendan Svetich (65 yards, 2 TDs) led the way.  Remington Sessions, Chade Franlkin and Joel Helm all scored on the ground, also.  Evan Michaelson led the Melba defense with eight tackles and an interception, and Nate Wellington booted a 42-yard field goal.

Marsing 27, Cole Valley Christian 7

Marsing (2-2 WIC, 5-3 overall) clinched their first winning season in a decade by smothering Cole Valley Christian (0-3, 2-5) on Friday night.  Xyon Fleary rushed for 211 yards and a touchdown in the win while Jace Chadez completed 13-of-20 passes for 109 yards and two scores.  Mason Enochson caught both touchdown passes, and finished with 40 yards on four receptions.  Defensively, Luke Steinmeyer collected a sack and an interception, while Caleb Smith and Moses Montes also came up with picks.

Declo 55, Filer 27

Class 2A Declo (8-0) rushed for 403 yards and six touchdowns in a win over Class 3A Filer (0-8).  The Hornets’ defense also returned an interception for a touchdown in the victory.

West Side 34, Aberdeen 22

The Pirates (3-0 South East Idaho Conference, 5-2 overall) wrapped up the regular season conference title and the top-five seed into the playoffs that comes along with it.  Eli Brown threw two touchdown passes (one to Ivan Campbell, one to Garrett Robinson), while Tyson Moser rushed for a pair of TDs.  Tracye Stone also found the end zone for West Side on the ground.  Aberdeen (2-1, 4-3) scored on an 80-yard kickoff return by Hiatt Beck, a 75-yard run by Lupe Ortiz, and a seven-yard pass from Ortiz to Nick Medel.

Bear Lake 42, Soda Springs 8

The Cardinals (0-4 South East Idaho, 0-8 overall) actually struck first on a 77-yard touchdown pass, but Bear Lake (2-1, 4-3) scored the next 42 points to claim the win.  Rhett Lloyd threw four touchdown passes in the win, and also rushed for a score.  Toby Flake caught two touchdowns, while Martin Gonzalez and Bryson Crane also hauled in TDs.  Crane also returned a fumble for a touchdown.

North Fremont 38, Firth 6

North Fremont (2-0 Nuclear Conference, 6-1 overall) held a slim 14-6 lead at halftime, but outscored Firth (1-1, 2-4) 24-0 in the second half to earn the win.  Jacob Hill and Carson Bohn each rushed for a pair of touchdowns for the Huskies, while Jed Hill threw a TD pass to Carter Bowman.  Firth scored on a touchdown pass from Darrell Vasquez to Chase Shook.

Ririe 12, West Jefferson 6 (OT)

The Bulldogs (1-1 Nuclear Conference, 3-3 overall) slipped past West Jefferson (0-2, 1-6) in overtime.  Rafe Newton rushed for 77 yards on 17 carries for Ririe, but it was Aaron Martinez who scored a rushing touchdown in regulation for the Bulldogs.  Then, in overtime, James Hansen threw a 19-yard touchdown to Ian Johnson to walk off with the victory.


Logos 66, Troy 18

Logos (6-0 Whitepine League, 7-0 overall) secured the regular season league title with a Thursday night win over Troy (1-5, 1-6).  Jack Driskill threw for 337 yards and six touchdowns in the victory, while adding 65 yards rushing with a pair of scores.  Lucius Comis caught four passes for 130 yards and four touchdowns, while Ryan Daniels and Ben Carlson also caught TD passes.

Kamiah 76, Genesee 6

Kamiah (5-1 WPL, 6-1 overall) raced past Genesee (0-6, 0-7) to remain tied for second in the league standings with Potlatch.  Colton Ocain rushed for 118 yards and a touchdown, while Everett Oatman added 87 yards and two TDs.  Quarterback David Kludt rushed for two scores, while Jaydon Crowe, Connor Weddle and Tomas Gonzales also found the end zone on the ground.  On defense, Porter Whipple registered nine tackles and two sacks, and even got in on the act on offense, rushing for a three-yard touchdown.

Potlatch 58, Lapwai 30

Potlatch (5-1 WPL, 6-1 overall) remained tied for second with Kamiah ahead of their season-ending showdown next week.  Loggers quarterback Jack Clark rushed for four touchdowns, and also threw a touchdown pass to Ben Johnson.  Johnson and Jay Marshall each added rushing scores, while Jacob Keck returned a fumble 45 yards for a touchdown.  Lapwai (2-4, 3-4) was bolstered by Ahlius Yearout’s two rushing touchdowns and Pharrell Hayes’ two receiving scores.

Prairie 46, Clearwater Valley 8

Prairie (4-2 Whitepine League, 5-2 overall) kept their playoff hopes alive by securing a win over Clearwater Valley (1-5, 1-6).  Dylan Uhlenkott rushed for 175 yards and two touchdowns to lead the way, while Noah Behler threw for 155 yards and two TDs (one to Levi Gehring, one to Blake Bunce.)  Defensively, Matthew Wemhoff finished with five sacks for the Prairie defense.

Notus 48, Idaho City 14

Notus (3-0 Western Idaho Conference, 5-1 overall) won their fourth consecutive Western Idaho Conference championship over Idaho City (1-1, 1-5).  The Pirates jumped out to a 48-0 halftime lead in the victory.  Grayson Benitez rushed for 182 yards and five touchdowns for Notus.

Oakley 70, Valley 14

Oakley (5-0 Snake River Conference, 6-1 overall) left no doubt as to who the best team in the conference is, rolling to the win over Valley (3-3, 4-4).  Bry Severe rushed for five touchdowns for the Hornets, while Isaac Cranney and Kyler Robinson also rushed for scores.  Robinson also threw a touchdown pass to Bridger Duncan.

Carey 32, Murtaugh 12

In a game the Carey Panthers (2-3 Snake River, 2-5 overall) desperately needed to keep their playoff hopes alive, junior Preston Wood helped lead the team to victory.  Wood threw two touchdown passes on offense, but more importantly, came away with three interceptions on defense.  Eli Merrick rushed for 101 yards and a score, while Jr. Benites added 72 yards and a TD rushing for Murtaugh (3-2, 5-2).

Lighthouse Christian 38, Glenns Ferry 28

Lighthouse Christian (3-2 Snake River, 5-2 overall) survived a back-and-forth game by scoring 24 points in the fourth quarter to turn a deficit into a lead.  Glenns Ferry (1-4, 2-5) fought hard and were led by Landon Stuart, who threw for 120 yards and two touchdowns to Bryce Sterling, and Josiah Valencia, who rushed for 53 yards and two TDs.

Butte County 54, Raft River 14

Butte County (7-1) tuned up for its regular season finale for Grace with a resounding non-conference win over Raft River (2-5).  Keaton Archibald rushed for 94 yards and four touchdowns for the Pirates, while Razor Duke added 120 yards and a score, while also passing for 116 yards.  Brody Westergard and Rawson Twitchell also found the end zone on the ground.


Mullan/St. Regis 46, Lakeside 30

The Tigers (5-0 North Star League, 7-1 overall) clinched the regular season league title, as freshman quarterback Conner Lulis threw a pair of 50 yard touchdown passes in the opening quarter of action, setting the tone for the win.  Lakeside (2-3, 3-5) was paced by Qwincy Hall’s four rushing touchdowns.

Clark Fork 42, Wallace 8

Clark Fork (2-3 NSL, 3-3 overall) stayed alive for the second playoff spot from the league with a runaway win over Wallace (1-4, 3-4).  Dillon Ryan-Downing rushed for 71 yards and two touchdowns for the Wampus Cats, while Cole Mintken added 65 yards and a score.  Ethan Howard threw for 151 yards and two touchdowns.  One was caught by Chase Sanroman for a 39-yard score, while Everett Montgomery finished with four grabs for 87 yards and a TD.  Montgomery also intercepted his sixth pass of the year and returned it for a touchdown.  Other defensive standouts were Mintken (six tackles for loss and a fumble recovery) and Seth Caven (four tackles for a loss and a fumble recovery.)

Lewis County 38, Deary 36

Lewis County (1-1 Whitepine League, 3-4 overall) scored the game-tying touchdown with just 30 seconds to play, as Gage Crow scored his fifth rushing touchdown of the night to tie the game at 36-36.  Quarterback Aiden McLeod then ran in the two-point conversion to give the Eagles the win over Deary (1-1, 4-3), dealing a significant blow to the Mustangs’ playoff chances in the process.  Tucker Ashmead threw four touchdowns for Deary.  Jacob Mechling caught two, while Nolan Hubbard and TJ Beyer each hauled in one.  Blaine Clark also scored a rushing touchdown for the Mustangs.

Kendrick 52, Grace 6

In a Friday afternoon neutral site game played in Homedale, Class 1AD2 Kendrick (6-0) once again showed they are Idaho’s best eight-man football team, regardless of classification, by defeating last year’s Class 1AD1 runner-up, Grace (5-2).  Ty Koepp threw for 295 yards and two touchdowns (one to Hunter Taylor, one to Wyatt Fitzmorris), and also rushed for a pair of TDs.  Sawyer Hewett finished with 144 yards receiving, and rushed for 88 yards and a touchdown.  Hunter Taylor totaled 155 yards receiving, and Fitzmorris added a rushing score.  Grace scored on a nine-yard run by Wyatt Cutler.

Timberline 42, Salmon River 34

The Spartans (2-5) won their homecoming matchup over Salmon River (0-7) in a back-and-forth affair.  Rylan West, who had been out for five weeks after breaking his collarbone, returned to action for Timberline and came away with the game-sealing interception in the final minute of the contest.

Council 50, Garden Valley 7

Council (4-0 Long Pin Conference, 5-3 overall) claimed the regular season conference title with the victory.  Dahlton Bingham caught three touchdown passes from Owen Hatfield, and also rushed for a touchdown.  Garden Valley (3-1, 6-2) scored on a touchdown pass from Tacoma Kelly to Tristin Leslie.

Tri-Valley 68, Horseshoe Bend 50

Tri-Valley (3-1 Long Pin Conference, 5-2 overall) officially clinched one of the three auto bids to the playoffs from the conference with their win on Friday.  Horseshoe Bend (1-3, 4-4) has been eliminated from postseason contention.

Camas County 67, Castleford 8

The Mushers (4-0 Sawtooth Conference, 6-1 overall) wrapped up the regular season title, while Castleford (1-3, 2-5) was eliminated from postseason contention.   Troy Smith frushed for 123 yards on just six carries, while Tristen Smith threw for 64 yards and a score.  Tyson Tupper chipped in with 87 yards rushing and two touchdowns, and Emmett Palan and Trevor Tews also found the end zone.

Hagerman 58, Hansen 20

Hagerman (3-1 Sawtooth, 6-2 overall) officially wrapped up one of the three playoff spots available from the conference with the win.  Hansen (1-3, 1-6) was eliminated from postseason consideration with the loss.

Dietrich 66, Shoshone 6

Shoshone (0-4 Sawtooth, 0-7 overall) scored the first points of the game, but Dietrich (3-1, 5-2) made big play after big play to earn the win.  Connor Perkins took a kickoff (79 yards) and a punt (61 yards) back for touchdowns, rushed for 131 yards and two scores, and threw for 88 yards and a TD.  Chase Norman also returned an interception 30 yards for a touchdown.

Richfield 54, Challis 24

Class 1AD2 Richfield (3-3) picked up a road win at Class 1AD1 Challis (1-6) on Friday night.  Justin Telford led the way with 292 all-purpose yards and six touchdowns (three rushing, two receiving and one on a kickoff return).

Watersprings 22, North Gem 16

Watersprings (1-1 RMC, 4-3 overall) is just one win away from the playoffs after knocking off North Gem (1-1, 5-3) in a pivotal league game Friday afternoon.  The Warriors threw for 182 yards and rushed for 88 in the win.  Landyn Remer scored a rushing touchdown, and ran in two two-point conversions.  Jackson Aldinger caught two passes for 78 yards and a score, while Nate D’Antoni had the other touchdown on a one-yard reception.  Elvin Lin led the ground game with 60 yards and also intercepted a pass on defense.  Luke Henry finished with ten tackles, as well.

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