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  Week Seven HS Football Rewind

206 rushing yards and three touchdowns for Jaymon Barrus helped Mountain View clinch a playoff spot. What else stood out?

By: Sven Alskog
Published: 10/8/2018 2:04:03 PM
 
ORDER GAME PHOTOS

5A CLASSIFICATION
-Nick Romano followed up a 270-yard performance from a week ago with 261 yards and three touchdowns on 37 carries in a 31-17 win for the #1 ranked Grizzlies at Eagle. Romano didn’t just do it on the ground, as he also added 37 receiving yards and a touchdown on three receptions. Tiloi Nawahine forced two turnovers to lead the way defensively for a unit that continues to make it difficult for opposing offenses to put points on the board. Kaimana Nawahine also had an interception for Rocky Mountain, which can clinch the 5A SIC title with a win over Skyview on Friday or with a Borah loss at Centennial. Borah plays Rocky Mountain in the final week of the season.

-Mountain View defeated Borah 48-24 on Thursday to clinch a playoff spot. Jaymon Barrus had a huge night for the Mavericks with 206 rushing yards and three touchdowns. Borah initially jumped out to a 17-7 lead in this one behind third string quarterback and usual star wide receiver Ellis Magnuson. 

-Coeur d’Alene quarterback Kale Edwards could not be stopped again in a 49-13 win at Lewiston, passing for 368 yards and four touchdowns and rushing for two more. Defensive lineman Ryan Linehan recovered two fumbles and Nate Burch had 2.5 sacks in the win. The Vikings now have games remaining against Lake City and Post Falls as they try to secure seed 1-2A in the 5A state playoffs.

-Capital clinched a playoff spot by defeating Centennial 35-21. It is the 12th straight year the Eagles have made state. Jonah Blackham had a huge night receiving Ryan Hibbs passes, hauling in five catches for 175 yards and two touchdowns. Hibbs finished with 288 yards passing and 61 more rushing. 

-Highland, Rigby and Madison each won their matchups last week. The Rams impressively kept the Century offense in-check in a 35-14 win over the Diamondbacks, who were held to just 188 yards. Kamiah Olsen had four sacks for the Highland defense and quarterback Kobe Tracy had three total touchdowns. Rigby had quarterback Keegan Thompson back in its 27-21 win over Skyline in non-conference play. Thompson threw for 377 yards and four touchdowns. Madison beat Thunder Ridge 47-14 for the fourth consecutive win in a row for the Bobcats. Madison plays at Holt Arena in Pocatello against Highland on Friday at 8:15 p.m. in a game that will be broadcast live and free on IdahoSports.com.

4A CLASSIFICATION
-Nampa is playoff-bound for the first time since 2009 after holding off #1 Middleton 35-28 to give the Vikings their first loss of the season. With the win, Nampa, Bishop Kelly and Middleton are all tied for first place in the 4A SIC. The dual-threat quarterback duo of Braden Minor and Donnie Estrada threw for a pair of touchdowns each in the victory. It was just the second week back on the field for Minor, who missed much of the early season for the Bulldogs and has been a key contributor since returning.

-Twin Falls won the Great Basin west pod championship by defeating Mountain Home 40-13. Jarod Perry ran 36 times for 130 yards and two touchdowns in the win for the Bruins. 

-Hillcrest may move to the number one ranking in the 4A media poll this week after the Knights knocked off Shelley 42-14. Hillcrest threw the ball just six times, relying heavily on a run game which has been so effective all year. Oakley Hussey (170 yards, 1 touchdown) and Taylor Sloan (101 yards) each eclipsed the century mark in the victory. The Knights will be seed 6A from the High Country Conference in the state playoffs as a result of the win.

-With 282 yards of passing in a 36-16 victory over Caldwell, Emmett quarterback Dylan Bemis led the Huskies to their first win under first year head coach Rich Hargitt, in the process setting a single-season school passing record in his own right as he eclipsed the 2,000 yard mark. 

-Vallivue quarterback Lan Larison totaled five touchdowns in a 49-20 win over Ridgevue, running for 158 yards and throwing for 133 more. Carson Child also ran for 134 yards and two touchdowns for the Falcons, while Ridgevue’s Michael Sondermann had 196 yards and two touchdowns and is now over 1,000 for the season. 

-Playing with just 22 players, Moscow went all the way up to Sandpoint and outscored the Bulldogs 21-0 in the fourth quarter to win 39-21. Dual-threat quarterback Chase Redinger threw for 327 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 95 yards and three touchdowns for the Bears.

3A CLASSIFICATION
-In a 56-13 conference win over Teton, Sugar-Salem’s Hadley Miller carried twice and reached the end zone each time, with touchdown runs of 69 and 84 yards. The Diggers had 338 yards of rushing as a team in the win, with the defensive play strong as well. Riley Thurber had two interceptions for the Diggers and Brady Blaser led the unit with 11 tackles.

-Homedale is headed to the playoffs again after a 63-0 shutout of Parma. Mason Kincheloe had four touchdowns running in this one and 113 yards for the Trojans.

-At this point it seems safe to just mark Marsh Valley running back Payton Campbell down for a few touchdowns and over 200 yards of rushing each week, as he went for 227 yards and three touchdowns in a 40-14 win at Snake River on Friday. The Eagles can win the conference by defeating American Falls on October 19. 

-Timberlake established itself as the team to beat in the 3A IML with a 38-8 handling of Priest River. Tigers quarterback Joey Follini threw for 151 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 42 more with a rushing touchdown. Louis Powell also had two scores himself. The Tigers play at Kellogg this Friday in a game that should decide who wins the league, with each team having won its opener last week. 

-Shane Jennings and Cayden Loveland had as good of a night as a quarterback-receiver duo can have in a 60-22 Senators win over Filer. Jennings threw for 404 yards and six touchdowns, while Loveland added 311 yards receiving and four touchdowns on nine receptions. Andrew Prince had a big night as well, bringing in six passes for 66 yards and two touchdowns. 

2A CLASSIFICATION
-New Plymouth put itself right in the driver’s seat in the 2A Western Idaho Conference with a 28-7 win over McCall-Donnelly. The Pilgrims also clinched one of the four automatic playoff spots out of district three with the victory. Derek Hampton was a star on each side of the ball for New Plymouth, with two receiving touchdowns and an interception. Seth Mowder had 139 yards rushing and two touchdowns as well. 

-In a battle of defending state champions, 2A Declo knocked off 3A Fruitland 43-14. Keegan Duncan and McKay Breshears each had three touchdowns for the Hornets in the win. Breshears played through a broken hand to have another impressive performance for Kelly Kidd’s team. 

-North Fremont had the run game humming in a 53-12 win over West Jefferson. Riggen Cordingley (208 yards), Blake Oberhansley (140 yards) and Garrett Hawkes (100 yards) all had massive games on the ground. The Huskies now sit at 6-0 on the season, with games against Firth and Ririe remaining. 

-Grangeville opened up 2A Central Idaho Conference play in a big way by defeating St. Maries 50-28. Tescher Harris threw for 255 yards and five touchdowns and Blake Darr had seven catches for 131 yards and four touchdowns as the Bulldogs remained unbeaten on the year. 

-Two teams that have struggled in recent years continue to have their best seasons in recent memory, as Wendell beat Buhl 26-20 on Thursday and Malad won by the same score against Bear Lake the next night. For Malad, the win is the second of the season, a number they had not reached since 2014. For the Trojans, Kyler Lukesh carried 23 times for 105 yards and a touchdown. Tristan Wert went 7-15 through the air for 125 yards and two scores and Jacob French picked off a key pass in the end zone to get Wendell its third win of the year.

1AD1 CLASSIFICATION
-The game of the night took place in Malta, where Raft River shocked #1 Valley 44-42 on a Keegan Chatburn to Justin Schumann touchdown pass with 21 seconds remaining, erasing what had been as large as an 18-point deficit for the Trojans. Cutler Erickson ran for 172 yards on 18 carries and had five receptions for 97 yards, while also having a big defensive night as well with five tackles and an interception.

-Prairie had another impressive performance in a 68-12 thumping of Lapwai. Cole Martin had ten carries for 94 yards and two touchdowns and Spencer Schumacher threw for 224 yards and three touchdowns for the Pirates. Lapwai running back/linebacker Pox Young was injured during the game and had to be taken to the hospital. According to the Lewiston Tribune it was an arm injury suffered by Young.

-Idaho City is now the only unbeaten team in the 1AD1 classification after blowing out Rimrock 66-20. Fellow conference opponent Wilder is 5-1 after beating Notus 52-8 thanks to three Pablo Martinez touchdown passes and a defensive effort which allowed the Pirates just 92 yards of offense.

-Kamiah set up a battle of Whitepine League unbeatens by winning 46-10 against Genesee. Titus Oatman ran for 208 yards and had four total touchdowns for the Kubs. Both Prairie and Kamiah are 4-0 in league play. 

-Clearwater Valley’s Lane Schilling had arguably the performance of the week by rushing for 365 yards and three touchdowns in a 50-18 win over Potlatch. Bubba Summers also had 13 carries for 90 yards.

1AD2 CLASSIFICATION
-Carey is now averaging over 58 points per game after lighting up the scoreboard again in a 74-36 win over Garden Valley. Porter Mecham ran 19 times for 229 yards and three touchdowns for the Panthers. Hunter Smith had three rushing touchdowns as Carey remains undefeated.

-North Gem defeated Mackay 20-12 in a low-scoring game. The Cowboys led 20-0 at one point, holding off the Miners thanks in large part to Bronx Holbrook, who picked off a pass with under a minute to go to seal the deal. Chance Williams ran 15 times for 82 yards and a touchdown in the win.

-Deary led 28-0 at the half and held on to beat Kootenai 56-34. Bodee Swanson had five total touchdowns for the Mustangs, who play Kendrick this Friday in a massive conference game. That one can be watched live and free on IdahoSports.com. Kendrick is 6-0 and Deary is 4-1. Neither team has lost within the conference.

-Ethan Shepherd threw for two touchdowns and ran for another in Salmon River’s 52-0 blanking of Cascade. Conference opponent Tri-Valley also pulled off a big win 22-12 at home against Horseshoe Bend.

-Murtaugh won the Wagon Wheel rivalry with Hansen 67-21 and outgained the Huskies 555 to 201. Kade Setoki had 153 rushing yards and three touchdowns for the Red Devils.
 
 


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