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Week Six HS Football Rewind
Rocky Mountain's Nick Romano ran for 270 yards and four touchdowns against Meridian. We discuss that and other notables.
Published: 10/1/2018 1:29:00 PM

-Against a Rigby team that had put up multiple strong performances facing quality opponents in the early season, Madison dominated from start to finish in a 48-14 conference win. The Trojans helped the Bobcats out by committing five turnovers. Brigham Castillow paced the Madison defense with a fumble recovery, a 52-yard pick six, a sack and six tackles.

-Capital quarterback Ryan Hibbs lit up the Skyview defense in the first half of 36-22 win on the road. After throwing for 310 yards and four touchdowns in the first two quarters, Hibbs would finish the night with 397 yards. Jonah Blackham was the beneficiary on the receiving end of 11 passes for 208 yards and a pair of touchdowns. The win puts Capital in a three-way tie with Mountain View and Eagle for third in the 5A SIC.

-Landon Demuzio helped Highland rebound from its loss to Coeur d’Alene the week prior with 138 yards rushing and three touchdowns on the ground and four receptions for 36 yards and a score. The Rams defeated Thunder Ridge 51-7 in their conference opener. Quarterback Kobe Tracy was 13-15 for 109 yards and a touchdown.

-Rocky Mountain running back Nick Romano had one of the performances of the night in week six, rushing for 270 yards and four touchdowns in a 48-0 shutout win over Meridian. Perhaps most impressive, Romano did all the work on just 13 carries. Quarterback Colby Jackson had a strong night as well, going 11-12 for 172 yards. The Grizzlies defense held the Warriors to 109 total yards in the victory. 

-The tightest game of the week took place in Coeur d’Alene, as Lake City squeaked out a 19-13 overtime win against Sandpoint. A 15-yard touchdown pass from Chris Irvin to Travis Jerome was the difference in the win for the Timberwolves, who improve to 3-3 on the year.

-Lewiston quarterback Tyson Wallace continued to impress, passing for 263 yards and running for an additional 107 in a 55-15 blowout win over Moscow that improved the Bengals to 5-1 on the season. Wallace had five touchdowns on the night. Lewiston next welcomes in #2 ranked Coeur d’Alene for a mammoth 5A IEL battle.

-Century has now won five in a row to improve to 5-1 this season after jumping ahead 21-0 early on Twin Falls and not looking back in a 42-13 victory. Diamondbacks quarterback Nate Manning was efficient in a 16-21 performance with 257 yards and three touchdowns for Travis Hobson’s team, which faces Highland this week. Twin Falls has Mountain Home it what essentially is the Great Basin Conference west pod title tilt. 

-Nampa has now won five in a row as well after handling business against Columbia in a 49-21 road win. Brian Carrillo had 178 yards and four touchdowns on the ground for the Bulldogs and Jace Mann picked off another pass on the defensive side of the ball to give him seven for the year. From 2015 to 2017 Nampa won five total games, so the program has already matched that total just six weeks into the season, an impressive feat for Dan Holtry’s group. Running back Allamar Alexander had 265 yards and three touchdowns for Columbia in the loss.

-Kuna took home a big homecoming win against Vallivue, defeating the Falcons 33-23. Brian McDaniel had two rushing touchdowns for the Kavemen, including a 5-yarder late in the game to extend the lead to ten points. The win improves Kuna to 3-3 and drops Vallivue to 4-2. 

-Playing without star running back Jordan Neuerburg, Hillcrest played a physical low-scoring battle against two-time defending state champion Skyline and came out on top 13-12. Quarterback Kyle Austin scored what would be the game-winning touchdown with 5:37 left in the fourth quarter from a yard out. Oakley Hussey stepped up in a big way for the Knights in this one, carrying the ball 20 times for 107 yards. The win puts Hillcrest in a good spot in the 4A High Country Conference, improving their overall record to 5-1 to go along with a 3-0 mark against conference foes. 

-Mountain Home continues to surprise this season after moving over to district four. The Tigers improved to 3-3 overall with a 25-8 win over Burley. The Tigers now take on Twin Falls this week in a game that looks to be for the Great Basin west pod title.

-Homedale responded well to its new #1 ranking in the media poll by dismantling Vale (OR) 55-22. Mason Kincheloe ran for 157 yards and had three touchdowns for the Trojans. Daniel Uranga threw for 287 yards.

-Weiser gave Fruitland a scare, but the Grizzlies escaped 21-14 to win their 15th straight against the Wolverines. Jonathon Fagen, Cole Eiguren and Zack Ziegler each ran for touchdowns for Fruitland in the victory.

-Marsh Valley continues to show that it is for real this season. The Eagles took on a quality South Fremont squad and came away with a 35-12 win after falling behind 12-0 initially. Payton Campbell had another massive night for Marsh Valley with 240 yards rushing and four touchdowns. Head coach Doug Armstrong’s team is now 4-2 with a road conference date scheduled for this week at Snake River. That game will be broadcast live and free on

-Kimberly blew the doors off of Filer 55-14 in its conference opener behind 351 yards and six touchdowns from quarterback Braxton Hammond. McKade Huft ran 17 times for 117 yards and two touchdowns himself in the win. Gooding also blew out conference opponent Buhl 65-13. 

-Priest River trailed Orofino 18-0 in the fourth quarter and took advantage of some mistakes from the Maniacs to come all the way back to tie it on a Keegan Hegel 6-yard touchdown run with 40 seconds left. A Robbie Anselmo pass to Brett Gordon on the ensuing 2-point conversion was the difference for the Spartans in the 20-18 win. 

-The 2A Nuclear Conference battle between West Jefferson and Ririe turned out to be the game of the night in the 2A ranks, with the Panthers coming out on top 34-27 to extend their win streak to three games. 

-New Plymouth and McCall Donnelly set themselves up for a fun 2A WIC battle of unbeatens this Friday with week six wins last week. The Pilgrims defeated Marsing 46-0, holding the Huskies to 42 yards of offense. Seth Mowder ran for 203 yards and four touchdowns in one half of action. The Vandals had 614 yards of offense in their 62-20 thumping of Nampa Christian. Pete Knudson had two touchdowns and Beau Carr ran for 144 yards and a score in the win. New Plymouth and McCall-Donnelly now meet up this Friday night in a home game for the Pilgrims. That game can be seen live and free on

-After getting banged up in a win at Priest River the week before, Grangeville quarterback Tescher Harris returned to pilot the Bulldogs offense to a 28-6 win at Kellogg. Harris threw for two touchdowns. Booker Bush was on the receiving end of one of the scores and also brought a kickoff back 75-yards for a touchdown as well. The Bulldogs remain undefeated at 6-0 overall as they enter league play this week at home against St. Maries.

-In a 53-0 win over Bonners Ferry, St. Maries kicker Aubree Osier became the first female player in Lumberjacks history to score points during varsity action, putting five PAT’s through the uprights. The win extends the St. Maries win streak against 3A IML opponents to 20 games.

-Soda Springs had the highest point output offensively for the program since 2011 in a 42-16 win over Bear Lake. The win also gives the Cardinals the most for the school since the 2013 season.

-Despite playing without much of the nucleus of the team, Oakley battled through to defeat Butte County 22-14 at home. Jake Pulsipher was a man on a mission for the Hornets, racing for 236 yards and two touchdowns out of the backfield on 20 carries. Austin Bedke and Jaxon Douglas led Oakley in the tackling department with 12 each. According to the Post Register, Butte County was also playing without multiple players due to injury.

-In a game that was called at halftime, Lapwai defeated Troy 64-6. Payton Sobotta had five touchdown passes and Kendall Leighton brought in four catches for 105 yards and three touchdowns. The Wildcats defense was stingy, dropping the Trojans consistently in the backfield on their way to setting Troy back negative 42 yards on the night on the ground. 

-Chad Simmons has helped carry his Kamiah Kubs to a 4-1 record so far this season. His performance on Friday may have been his best to date, going 7-8 through the air for 204 yards and rushing for an additional 82. He also totaled six touchdowns, with ten tackles, a fumble recovery and a sack to boot on the defensive side of the ball. The Kubs won 62-12 at home against Wallace.

-Prairie continued to roll through league opponents in a 62-0 win over Potlatch on Saturday. The Pirates went to the air early and often, with quarterback Spencer Schumacher finishing 11-15 for 253 yards and four touchdowns, adding another on the ground in addition to his air exploits. 

-Wilder quarterback Pablo Martinez threw just eight times in an 84-6 win over Rimrock, but seven of those resulted in touchdowns. The incredible performance by the Wildcats had multiple standout stats, including 560 yards of offense for Wilder in comparison to just 16 for the Raiders. Norman Gonzalez caught four touchdowns.

-Kendrick and Carey continue to pace the field in the 1AD2 ranks. The Tigers beat an improved Clark Fork squad 74-28 and the Panthers defeated Hagerman 74-22. Some notable stats from the Kendrick game included 537 yards of offense for the Tigers and three over 100-yard rushing performances from Chase Burke (147), Cooper Hewett (146) and Alex Sneve (100). Burke and Sneve each had two touchdowns, while Hewett tallied three. In the win for Carey, the Panthers ran for 577 yards. Both of Porter Mecham’s runs ended up in the end zone for a total of 127 yards. 

-Lighthouse Christian blanked Dietrich 36-0 behind a 13-23 performance for 243 yards and three touchdowns for quarterback Collin Holloway. Cooper Dastrup led the defense with eight tackles.

-Rockland made sure the scoreboard operator was busy on Friday at home against Castleford, with the Bulldogs putting up a 70-spot in a 70-22 win over the Wolves. Zack Porath had three touchdowns for Rockland, with Pratt Matthews and Landon Farr each returning a fumble to the house on the other side of the ball.

-The Mackay defense didn’t give Clark-Watersprings time to do much of anything in a 64-0 shutout victory. The Miners racked up 13 sacks on the night, with two pick sixes, a fumble recovery in the end zone and a safety as well. 

-Garden Valley, Cascade and Salmon River each won their Long Pin openers. 


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