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Week Four HS Football Rewind
Hillcrest is opening some eyes in the 4A ranks. Read up on the Knights impressive Civil War win and other notables from week four.
Published: 9/17/2018 10:30:59 AM

-Eagle upset #3 ranked Mountain View 33-24 on the road to throw the 5A SIC standings into a frenzy. Borah (4-0) and Rocky Mountain (4-0) remain the only undefeated teams left in the conference, with Skyview a game behind them at 3-1. Beyond those teams, it is a logjam in spots 4-7, as Capital, Centennial, Eagle and Mountain View are all tied at 2-2. No week is going to be easy, as evidenced by Timberline hanging tough in a close 35-32 loss to Borah last week. As the season goes on look for a fun battle for playoff positioning for the district three spots.

-Highland and Coeur d’Alene each won to improve their records to 4-0 entering a big state title rematch this Friday night up north. The Rams knocked off Pocatello 37-21 in the Black and Blue Bowl at Holt Arena. Kobe Tracy spread out the wealth among his receivers, with Andrew VanSickle (69 yards), Landon Demuzio (59 yards) and Josh Potter (46 yards) all hauling in five or more passes. The Vikings put away Eisenhower (WA) quickly in the first quarter, scoring two touchdowns in a 14 second span on their way to a 52-14 blowout victory. In a shortened game that was ended early with 7:39 left in the fourth quarter due to lightning, Coeur d’Alene quarterback Kale Edwards threw for 201 yards, ran for 30 and was involved in six touchdowns on the night.

-Lake City pulled out the first win of the Brian Fulp era on the sideline, heading up to Rathdrum and defeating Lakeland 40-27. Zane Lettau was busy on the ground for the Timberwolves, rushing for 162 yards on 27 carries. He also reached the end zone three times. 

-Lewiston’s defense is the real deal. The Bengals knocked off Clarkston (WA) in the annual Battle of the Bridges thanks to the second shutout pitched by their defense this year, 28-0. Tyson Wallace threw for two touchdowns to pace the offense for head coach Matt Pancheri. 

-One of the standout individual efforts of the week came from Eagle sophomore quarterback Ben Ford, who in that 33-24 win at Mountain View ran for 124 yards and went for 256 via the air. Ford would run for two scores and hit Dalton Mashore on a 65-yard passing touchdown with 6:56 in the fourth quarter.

-Hillcrest barely let Bonneville drop a punch in a convincing 49-8 Civil War victory. The Knights have now won ten of the last 11 matchups between the two schools. Hillcrest quarterback Seth Curtis threw for three touchdowns and only tossed two incompletions. Jordan Neuerburg ran for 94 yards and a touchdown in the win for the Knights, while Oakley Hussey caught a score and ran in another. 

-Dallas Hagler and his Middleton Vikings have been on a roll ever since the fourth quarter of game one against Kuna, outscoring opponents 191-18 in the 13 quarters since then. Hagler threw for 264 yards and four touchdowns in a 41-18 win over defending back-to-back 3A champion Fruitland. Carson Smith caught two of those touchdowns, with ten total receptions for 119 yards. Jake Tuckett was effective as well on the ground as a complement, rushing for 130 yards.

-In close games special teams can be the game-changer, something that benefited Columbia in a 38-28 defeat of Kuna. Allamar Alexander returned a kickoff 80-yards for a touchdown and Michael Cox also had a big special teams play, taking a blocked punt 30-yards for six points himself. 

-Century’s defense allowed just 105 yards to Preston in a 52-0 blowout win at home. The Diamondbacks utilized the talents of quarterback Nate Manning, who had five touchdowns on the night with 161 yards of offense. Bishop Kelly was dominant in its own right as well, shutting out Emmett 45-0 and holding the Huskies to 99 total yards.

-Vallivue ran for 551 yards in a rivalry thumping of Caldwell, 50-14. Lan Larison and Carson Child were each over 200 on the ground for the Falcons, who improved to 3-1 on the season.

-In what amounted to the game of the week in the 3A classification, Sugar-Salem escaped a valiant effort from Marsh Valley, squeaking out a 21-14 win to improve to 3-1 on the season. Sam Parkinson had two touchdowns for the Diggers and Tanner Harris had the other. Payton Campbell had the two touchdowns for the Eagles, who look like a real player in the classification this season. Sugar-Salem could get some first place votes this week in the media poll after Fruitland lost to Middleton this week.

-It was a good night for 3A Sawtooth Central Idaho Conference favorites Kimberly and Gooding, with the Senators defeating Snake River 38-14 and the Bulldogs winning 48-28 against an improved Burley team. McKade Huft was busy on the ground for Kimberly, rushing for 275 yards and three touchdowns on 26 carries. Gooding had Cade Morris back at full strength in the backfield, which will make a big difference for Cameron Andersen’s team moving forward this year.

-Setting the stage for a mammoth conference rivalry affair at home against Fruitland next week, Daniel Uranga and Homedale blew the doors off Filer, knocking off the Wildcats 56-14. Uranga was 16-23 via the air for 347 yards and six touchdowns. Carson Brown caught three of those touchdowns. The Trojans remain undefeated at 4-0.

-Bonners Ferry won for the first time this season by defeating Thompson Falls (MT) 33-12.

-Weiser continues to look impressive in the beginning of the Tom Harrison era, as the Wolverines improved to 3-1 by scoring 17 unanswered points against Vale (OR) to win 31-16. Quarterback Brody von Brethorst totaled four touchdowns on the night, with two on the ground and an additional pair via the air.

-Declo is good. At this point there is not much more to it than that. The Hornets obliterated Buhl 68-0. Keegan Duncan was phenomenal offensively in the first half, rushing for 114 yards and three touchdowns and receiving three passes for 139 yards and two touchdowns through the air. He also picked off a Jade Juker pass and had reservations for six in the end zone for a 54-yard pick six. 

-Aberdeen quarterback Matthew Klassen was hurt in the first quarter of the Tigers 36-8 conference win against Bear Lake. He did not return, as backup Alex Cerna handled the offense the rest of the way for Jeff Duffin’s team.

-Cole Valley’s defense has been an unmovable wall this year. For the third time in four games, the Chargers shut an opponent out, holding Marsing to 78 yards and forcing turnovers in a 33-0 win. Cole Valley is now 4-0 on the season.

-Grangeville’s Tescher Harris and Booker Bush were dialed in against McCall-Donnelly, connecting 13 times for 210 yards and three touchdowns. West Side’s Enoch Ward also had an impressive individual night, scoring three touchdowns in a 35-7 win on the road against a previously unbeaten Ririe team. As a team, North Fremont ran for over 500 yards to defeat Soda Springs 57-14. 

-Trailing 16-0 after a quarter, Wendell won a thriller 29-28 in overtime against Payette. Kyler Lukesh ran in the tying score after a Pirates touchdown to start overtime and Trojans kicker Felipe Paniagua kicked the game-winning extra point to give Cody Howerton’s team its second win of the season. Tristan Wert threw three touchdowns for Wendell and Lukesh ran for 125 yards. Ben Orozco Diaz had ten tackles. 

-#1 ranked Oakley was pushed to the wire at home against Challis in a 22-18 win. The Hornets played a Houdini act to pull this one off, fumbling eight times and losing three of them. The touchdown that eventually would prove to be the winning score came when Josh Nyman brought back an interception to the house for a touchdown with 11 minutes left in the fourth quarter.

-Grace shocked #3 Raft River 28-26 a week after falling 40-2 at home against Challis. The Trojans tried a two-point conversion with under a minute to go in an attempt to tie the score but were stuffed by Connor Mickelson and the Grizzlies defense. Raymond Stone had 105 yards rushing in the win for Grace.

-Butte County welcomed itself to the 1AD1 Snake River Conference by winning its league opener against Glenns Ferry 36-14. Ty Twitchell led the way for the Pirates on the ground with two late runs of over 30 yards. 

-Lapwai asserted itself as a clear threat in the Whitepine League with a 48-14 win over a good Clearwater Valley team. Kendall Leighton had four receiving touchdowns for the Wildcats, who improve to 3-1 on the season.

-Wilder’s Pablo Martinez had a big effort in a 65-0 win over Council, throwing for 333 yards and five touchdowns. The Lumberjacks were held to 106 yards of offense in their own right. Wilder (3-0) now heads to Idaho City (2-0) this week for a battle of WIC unbeatens. 

-Dietrich responded well to a loss the week prior to Murtaugh by coming out and defeating Mackay, a team Murtaugh had lost to earlier this season, 38-28. The three-headed monster of Brady Power, Audie Zimmers and Raygn Robertson combined for 188 yards on the ground with three touchdowns.

-Deary and Clark Fork each had impressive wins in week four, as the Mustangs blew out Lewis County 54-6 and the Wampus Cats held off Mullan-St. Regis 50-24. Bodee Swanson was 9-11 passing for 217 yards and three touchdowns for the Mustangs, with Brayden Frazier catching each of those scoring passes. As a side note, Deary head coach Ryan Kirk is probably the coolest guy ever, as he allowed our broadcast team to use his hotspot to make the broadcast possible this past week. According to the Bonner County Daily Bee, the win for Clark Fork secures the first North Star League title for the program since 2005, however it does not guarantee the team a playoff spot, as that will be determined by the top two teams out of district one and district two combined. As of now that appears to be a battle between Kendrick, Deary and Clark Fork. 

-Horseshoe Bend won for the first time this season 32-14 at Rockland. Quade Renfro and Austin Fry ran for a combined 241 yards and three touchdowns, with another connection coming between the two on a pass from Renfro. 

-Murtaugh seems to be getting better with each passing week, as the Red Devils ran all over Castleford on the ground to the tune of 433 yards. Hunter Anderson had 203 of those yards with three touchdowns. The final score was 65-12 Murtaugh.

-Lighthouse Christian quarterback Collin Holloway looked impressive in the Lions 46-16 defeat of Clark-Watersprings. Holloway was 12-16 on the night for 291 yards and two touchdowns.



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