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Week Five HS Football Rewind
Marsh Valley's Payton Campbell ran for over 200 yards and reached the end zone five times against Bear Lake. What else stood out?
Published: 9/24/2018 6:46:03 PM

-In a rematch of the 2017 5A title game, Coeur d’Alene welcomed in Highland to its home field and won 42-20 over the Rams. The Vikings put up over 500 yards of offense, including 244 through the air and 115 on the ground for quarterback Kale Edwards, who totaled six touchdowns on the night. Shilo Morgan ran for 141 yards of his own and caught two touchdowns. 

-Capital spoiled Borah’s undefeated season with a 39-7 rivalry contest win. The Eagles have now won 17 of the last 18 games against the Lions. Ryan Hibbs led the way offensively with 264 yards and three touchdowns on a 13-16 passing performance. The Gurkha Stick defense was alive and well in addition to the nice offensive night, holding Borah to just 195 yards. 

-Mountain View responded as well as can be expected from a tough loss to Eagle the week prior, knocking off a quality Skyview team 58-27. Noah Bryant continued to impress at quarterback for the Mavericks, tossing for 460 yards and seven touchdowns. Blake Jablonski caught four of those touchdown passes on the night and hauled in 231 yards receiving. Despite the loss, the Hawks put up 514 yards of offense led by quarterback Wyatt Storer’s 336 yards and three touchdowns. Of that total, 207 yards went to Wade Carpenter.

-Lewiston played without leading receiver Kyle Alford on Friday, but came away with a 42-12 victory over Sandpoint. Colt Jacobs led the charge with 207 yards receiving and four touchdowns in an impressive performance. Quarterback Tyson Wallace threw for five touchdowns in his own right. The win improves the Bengals to 4-1 on the season. 5A IEL foes Coeur d’Alene, Post Falls and Lake City won as well, capping off a perfect night for the league. Logan Jeanselme had a standout individual performance with five touchdown receptions from quarterback Chris Irvin in the Timberwolves 55-39 win over East Valley (WA).

-Rocky Mountain continued to make a strong case for number one votes in the media poll, blowing out Timberline 52-10 at Dona Larsen Park on Thursday night. Kaden Birch was impressive from the receiver position in the win, bringing in three touchdowns and tallying 70 yards. 

-Similar to its performance in the Kuna game earlier this year, Middleton trailed 19-14 entering the fourth quarter against Bishop Kelly and turned on the afterburners in the fourth to win 42-27. Carson Smith was the leading receiver for the Vikings in the win with ten catches for 180 yards. The loss was the first of the season for the Knights, who were led on the ground by Ian Arellano’s 172 yards and three touchdowns.

-Vallivue has been extremely impressive in the early season and came away with a major SIC win in a 40-26 defeat of Columbia. Lan Larison scored three total touchdowns on the night for the Falcons. In the loss, Wildcats running back Allamar Alexander exited with an injury. Alexander leads the state in rushing through five weeks. 

-Moscow broke into the win column with a 49-12 thumping of Bonners Ferry. The Bears relied on quarterback Chad Redinger plenty to get past the Badgers and he didn’t disappoint, tossing four touchdown passes. Brekken Mower caught a pair of those scores.

-Twin Falls improved to 2-0 in the West Pod of the Great Basin Conference with a 28-6 victory over Canyon Ridge. The Bruins now have to play Mountain Home and Jerome to round out the slate of opponents in their pod. Those Mountain Home Tigers have been one of the surprises throughout the state so far this year, with a perfect 2-0 record so far against pod opponents with just Canyon Ridge and Twin Falls remaining on their schedule. It looked unlikely at the beginning of the year, but the Mountain Home at Twin Falls game on October 5 will be for the top seed out of the pod. 

-The 4A High Country Conference is a gauntlet to say the least. Hillcrest went on the road and beat a strong 5A team in Rigby 21-20, Skyline knocked off Idaho Falls 43-18, Bonneville beat Preston 26-10, Shelley invaded Holt Arena and got a win against Pocatello 26-14 and Blackfoot pushed Madison in a 31-17 road loss. A potentially devastating injury blow came from the Hillcrest at Rigby matchup, where Knights star running back Jordan Neuerburg was forced to exit the game with a knee injury in the fourth quarter and did not return. 

-Much of the statewide focus was on the matchup in the SRV between #1 Fruitland and #2 Homedale. The end result was an impressive 34-0 Trojans win. Carson Brown was big on each side of the ball, picking off two Grizzlies passes and also ending up on the receiving end of 127 yards and two touchdowns. Daniel Uranga threw for 294 himself with four touchdowns and Mason Kincheloe totaled 177 on the ground.

-Fellow top-five teams Gooding, Kimberly and Sugar-Salem also had big wins in week five to improve to 4-1 each. In the Senators 70-0 win over Payette, quarterback Shane Jennings was responsible for seven touchdowns. Sugar-Salem quarterback Tanner Harris had a similarly impressive effort in the 54-6 Diggers win over American Falls, with five touchdowns. Not to be outdone, Kimberly running back ran 42 times for 227 yards and a touchdown.

-South Fremont has flown under the radar a bit to this point, but improved to 4-1 with a 34-14 win at home against Snake River on Friday. Tristan Olson ran for 133 yards and two touchdowns for the Cougars in the win.

-Another team flying under the radar to a certain extent is Weiser. The Wolverines are now 4-1 after handling Parma 43-12 on the road. With the Homedale win over Fruitland this past week, the Wolverines now have a huge opportunity to shake up the look of the 3A SRV with a big matchup against the Grizzlies on tap for this week. 

-Payton Campbell erupted for 206 yards and five touchdowns in a convincing 49-6 win for Marsh Valley over Bear Lake. He had plenty of help from teammates Zayne Damron (8 rushes for 69 yards and a touchdown) and Aaron Marshall (4 catches for 122 yards and a touchdown). The Eagles are now 3-2 with games remaining against South Fremont, Snake River and American Falls. 

-New Plymouth appears to be a much better football team than many people have given them credit for so far this season. With a 56-14 win over Nampa Christian, the Pilgrims improve to 2-2 overall and 1-0 in the WIC. Kobe Roberts tossed a touchdown via the air, but did most of his damage on the ground with 225 yards and four touchdowns. Seth Mowder also had 169 yards and three touchdowns.

-Speaking of teams that need to start getting some more love, how about the West Side Pirates? Head coach Tyson Moser coached his 100th game as his team knocked off Aberdeen 42-0. The West Side defense was tough all night long, holding the Tigers to just 101 yards. Stockton Brown was 11-16 through the air for 135 yards for the Pirates and threw a touchdown.

-Firth kicked off its 2A Nuclear Conference slate with a 24-8 defeat of Ririe. Jace Erickson led the way for the Cougars with a couple of second half touchdown passes. 

-St. Maries came from behind 18-6 in the third quarter to beat an improved Timberlake team 38-26. Kaden Hammond had 204 passing yards and three total touchdowns in the win, while Eli Gibson had 128 yards on 13 rushes. 

-In a massive conference win over Cole Valley, McCall-Donnelly quarterback Pete Knudson accounted for three touchdowns. The Vandals won their conference opener 27-14. 

-In a battle of teams ranked #1 and #2 in the most recent media poll, Valley defeated Oakley 50-8. Playing without two All-Conference performers in Tate Cranney and Chandler Jones, the Hornets were not able to slow down the Vikings high-powered attack. Austin Bedke and Josh Nyman were also hurt during the game for a banged up Oakley team. The highlight of the game offensively for Valley was a 98-yard touchdown pass from Jason Hardy to Zane Mussmann. Zack Gomez ran for 135 yards on 14 carries with three touchdowns.

-The 1A Western Idaho Conference appears to be wide-open from the looks of things after week one of conference action. The two games were decided by a combined 10 points, with Idaho City knocking off Wilder 28-20 and Rimrock winning 24-22 over Notus. 

-A rematch of the 2017 1AD1 title game between Prairie and Genesee was dominated by the Pirates 78-0. Spencer Schumacher passed for four touchdowns and Brody Hasselstrom had a 70-yard touchdown run in the win for Prairie.

-Glenns Ferry forced Grace into six turnovers in a 28-16 win that continues to show the parity within the Snake River Conference. The Pilots are now 3-2 and host Valley this week.

-Challis, Potlatch, Clearwater Valley and Kamiah each had big wins as well. Key contributors included Potlatch’s Jerrod Nicholson with three touchdowns, Kamiah’s Titus Oatman with 118 rushing yards and four touchdowns and the Clearwater Valley defense with a shutout in a 36-0 blanking of Lewis County.

-In Kendrick’s 80-40 win over Mullan, the Tigers totaled 533 yards of offense. Alex Sneve had five rushing touchdowns and two passing scores as Kendrick remains unbeaten.

-Deary quarterback Bodee Swanson was mighty impressive in a 36-20 win over Salmon River, passing for 197 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran for 75 and scored another on the ground. Deary improves to 4-1 and is set to play Kootenai (3-1) next on October 5. 

-Kootenai can air it out with anyone. The Warriors received a huge night from quarterback Gage Maitland, who threw for 313 yards and five touchdowns. Triston Usdrowski caught two of the scoring passes. The defense for Kootenai also intercepted four passes from Lakeside quarterbacks in a 58-6 win. 

-In a big conference battle, Lighthouse Christian jumped ahead of Murtaugh 38-12 and did not look back as they went on to win 44-26. Cooper Dastrup ran for 137 yards and a touchdown offensively and led the Lions with seven tackles on the defensive side of things. 

-Mackay forced four interceptions to be thrown by Rockland quarterback Braden Permann in a 52-28 win over the Bulldogs. The Miners found some holes in the defense for multiple big plays on the night as well on the offensive side of the ball. 


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