COEUR DALENE 40, SKYVIEW 36
Coeur dAlenes Marques Mort scored on a 9-yard run with 1:47 left to put the Vikings up for good in a back-and-forth affair at Skyview. Coeur dAlene quarterback Gunnar Amos completed 22-of-38 passes for 348 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions. Skyviews Lane Robbins scored an 85-yard TD to give the Hawks a fourth-quarter lead, and finished with 188 yards on 11 catches with two touchdowns. The two teams combined for 922 total offensive yards.
EMMETT 25, WEISER 22
Emmett won its first game under new coach Mike Schroeder. Emmetts Braulio Ramirez threw two halfback passes for touchdowns to Nathan Hundley, one in the first quarter and one in the fourth for the go-ahead score. Weiser tried to come back, but Emmett recovered a fumble with just over a minute left to seal the victory.
CALDWELL 32, HOMEDALE 26 (OT)
Laren Walkers 4-yard touchdown run in overtime completed Caldwells comeback victory at Homedale. Walker finished with 137 rushing yards and three touchdowns. Caldwell trailed 20-6 in the second quarter, but survived Calvin Blacks 144 rushing yards and three touchdowns for Homedale.
MCCALL-DONNELLY 26, OROFINO 22
Fullback Zach Lowen rushed for two touchdowns as McCall-Donnelly notched a win at Orofino. Matt Henggeler also returned a punt for a touchdown in the victory.
MARSING 15, PARMA 7
Junior quarterback Austin Williams ran for a touchdown and threw for another to lead the 2A Huskies to a victory over the 3A Panthers. Marsings Charlie Galvez, Miguel Leon and Hudson Sauer each grabbed interceptions to hold off Parma in both teams nonconference season opener.
NOTUS 32, HORSESHOE BEND 8
Notus rushed for 307 yards, led by Devin Krasowskis 16 carries for 249 yards and four touchdowns. Horseshoe Bend lost three fumbles and struggled against Notus defense. Bryan Frahm ran for one touchdown and made 14 tackles for Notus.
MELBA 6, WENDELL 0
Adam Saureys 7-yard run in the first quarter proved to be all Melba needed on the road. Despite gaining 302 rushing yards, Melba stalled three times in the red zone and failed to add to its lead. Wendell failed on only three red zone attempts and was held to only 141 yards of total offense.