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Fall Sports Rewind — Week 1
With the opening weekend of high school sports in the books, take a look at the biggest stories in Idaho preps
Published: 9/2/2019 5:36:54 PM

5A Classification


Rocky Mountain 35, Borah 15

By the skin of their teeth, the defending State Champions surprisingly found themselves in a Friday night brawl, desperately attempting to preserve their 13-win streak. Both the Lions and Grizzlies blanked each other in alternating quarters, with Borah shooting out to an early 7-0 lead before Rocky Mountain scored 20 unanswered points to close out the fourth quarter. Quarterback Austin Bolt proved to be the ultimate Swiss Army Knife, nearly leading his team past the defending champs, recording two touchdowns while picking off the Rocky Mountain defense twice from the safety position.

Eagle 69, Centennial 18

The Mustangs came out as the big winners of Week 1 in the 5A division, even without a guarantee at quarterback until game time. Quarterback Ben Ford recorded four total touchdowns — three on the ground — helping Eagle record the most points in 5A over the weekend.

East 23, Highland 10

After a 10-2 finish last year, Highland came in to 2019 ranked No. 3 in the statewide media poll. But a loss in the Rocky Mountain Rumble to East out of Utah does not bode well for the Rams’ season.

 Boys Soccer

Boise Brave: 5-0 to start the season

While Boise’s football team struggled and sputtered in Week 1, the Brave’s boys soccer team cruised to five consecutive wins to start off 2019. With two shutouts to their name, Boise’s defense has remained a stalwart through the first week but will face its toughest challenge yet when Timberline — last year’s second-place State finisher — pays a visit.

Girls Soccer

Mountain View: Undefeated in conference play

Mountain View has taken the 5A SIC by storm to start 2019, outscoring opponents 10-1 through the first three conference games of the year. After a slower start against Meridian, the Mavericks put on a clinic at home against Capital, lighting up the scoreboard with seven goals.


4A Classification


Nampa 40, Bishop Kelly 20

In an unbelievable upset, No. 1 Bishop Kelly found itself behind at halftime to an unranked team at home. Jace Mann bookended the wild night, scoring the Bulldogs’ first points of the game off a 61-yard touchdown reception, then put his team over the top with a 53-yard pick six in the third quarter.

Kuna 34, Middleton 28

Speaking of upsets, No. 2 Middleton fell behind early thanks to the impressive arm of Kuna quarterback Sean Austin. His four touchdowns in the first half helped elevate his unranked team to a 28-7 lead. Middleton quarterback Dallas Hagler did everything he could to help claw his way back into the contest, throwing for 279 yards and a pair of touchdowns, but Austin picked off the Viking’s leading man, taking it the distance for 60 yards and a score.

Vallivue 57, Canyon Ridge 0

It’s been quite the journey for Vallivue Head Coach Layne Coffin. After a health scare and a drop from 5A to 4A over the course of his head coaching career, the Falcon’s leading man recorded his 100th win in his team’s first game of the 2019 season. With 458 total yards, quarterback Lan Larison has his team on a regular season roll. The Falcon quarterback threw for three touchdowns and rushed for two more in a home-game blowout.

Boys Soccer

Caldwell: Young Squad Starts Hot

It’s the youngest team Cougar Head Coach Rhys Yeakley has coached in seven years, and yet the defending champs haven’t lost a beat since the conclusion of the 2018 season. Outscoring opponents 18-4 in just three games, Yeakley has his offense on a hot streak, despite an overhauled roster comprised of just one returning starter from last year’s championship team.

Girls Soccer

Three Greats in the Great Basin

Through the opening week, the 4A Great Basin Conference has three undefeated teams atop the standings. Twin Falls has posted three total wins, two in conference, and a tie. Meanwhile, Pocatello and Century have a pair of wins to their name with no losses as of yet.

Fallen Knights

A legendary win streak came to an end in a rather unconventional way. Bishop Kelly, known for conference dominance in the 4A SIC, saw their 57-match in-conference streak come to a screeching halt, as the Kuna Kavemen scrapped their way to a 0-0 draw. Now with three wins to its name, Kuna finds itself atop the conference, two spots ahead of the dominant knights.


3A Classification


Sugar-Salem 54, Declo 0

In a 3A vs. 2A contest, Sugar-Salem proved its worth in a battle of defending champions. While Declo clung to its 2A title from a year ago, Sugar-Salem steamrolled through with superior strength and speed. By halftime, the Diggers recorded six touchdowns on eight possessions, putting a definitive end to the Hornets’ 25-game winning streak.

Fruitland 28, South Fremont 20

The Grizzlies eventually proved too much for South Fremont in the season opener, as Fruitland edged out the Cougars on the final drive of the game. With just a point separating the two teams at halftime, the Fruitland defense held on to its lead after bottling up the South Fremont offense just five yards outside the red zone.

Homedale 48, New Plymouth 0

No. 2 Homedale put forth a tour de force against New Plymouth. Trojan quarterback Daniel Uranga helped his team rebound from an empty first quarter, finishing the rout with 218 yards and two touchdowns, while the defense held New Plymouth to just 138 yards of offense.

Boys Soccer

Sun Valley: Win Streak Snapped

The Cutthroats recorded an impressive 14-match win streak to close out 2018, but a sleepy start saw that run come to an early end with a season-opening loss to Canyon Ridge. The 2-0 shutout marks the first time Head Coach Richard Whitelaw’s team has been shut out since losing back-to-back 1-0 matches to Weiser and Snake River in the 2017 State Tournament.

Girls Soccer

High Desert Conference: Race to the Top

The top three teams in the 3A High Desert Conference have yet to lose a match, with Kimberly, Gooding and Sun Valley recording a combined six wins and one tie since the start of the season. The offensive firepower of the three will make for a tight conference contest down the stretch, as none of the top contenders have yet to score less than four goals in a match.


2A Classification


Moscow 41, Grangeville 0

A week of rampant upsets did not ignore 2A play, as No. 1 Grangeville lost out big to the unranked Moscow Bears. The shutout marks the Bulldogs’ first since 2016, as Moscow cruised to an easy 21-0 lead in the first half, putting an end to Grangeville’s hold on the top spot in 2A for now.

West Side 28, Firth 18

No. 2 West Side won a black and blue brawl during its season opening rivalry game against unranked Firth. Thanks to a reliable run game from Cage Brokens, who recorded 98 yards and a touchdown, the Pirates were able to cling on to a second half lead after going up two scores with less than two minutes left in the game.

McCall-Donnelly 63, Orofino 6

Outside of Grangeville’s upset loss, the top teams in 2A performed as expected, with teams like McCall-Donnelly easily outmatching Orofino. Meanwhile, No. 3 North Fremont flattened Filer in a 40-0 blowout.


1AD1 Classification

Domination was the name of the game for the top 1AD1 schools, as four of the top five schools notched a “W” for their 2019 debut. No. 2 Valley showcased the most potent offense of the weekend, dropping 74 against Rockland, while No. 3 Wilder scraped by in a close 20-12 contest against Horseshoe Bend. It wasn’t easy for the division’s third ranked team, who found themselves down 12-6 before rallying.


1AD2 Classification

Garden Valley, the division’s third-ranked team, had a steep challenge early, with tough cross-divisional matchup against No. 1 Oakley of 1AD1. The 40-20 loss shouldn’t come as a surprise, but certainly won’t help Garden Valley climb the rankings any time soon.

Notus blew past Council 50-6, with running back Garrett Stewart recording three touchdowns and 175 yards, while notching an additional TD through the air.


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