EAGLE 31, VALLIVUE 28
Eagle avoided a major 5A SIC upset by recovering a Vallivue fumble on Eagles 10-yard line with about 2 minutes left in the game. JT Williams led Eagle through the air, throwing for 230 yards and four touchdowns, Nick Wheeler racked up 140 receiving yards with two TDs and Layne Leistons 26-yard field goal turned out to be the difference for Eagle. The Mustangs led 17-0 at the end of the first quarter, but Vallivue chipped away and nearly completed the comeback on the legs of Kado Johnson, who carried 36 times for 170 yards with three TDs.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 48, BOISE 28
Mountain Views Kai Turner completed 24-of-38 passes for 358 yards and two touchdowns, and ran for three more TDs as the Mavericks bounced back from Saturdays loss to Borah. Josh Buss ran for 104 yards with one TD and caught eight passes for 102 yards and a score. Tanner Gustavsen threw for 228 yards and two TDs for Boise.
MIDDLETON 43, EMMETT 14
Victor Dias scored four rushing touchdowns, returned a punt for a TD and threw a touchdown pass for Middleton. Dias finished with 106 rushing yards. Middletons defense created four Emmett turnovers and gave the Vikings offense great field position throughout the game. Emmetts Nathan Hundley scored on a 74-yard pass from Braulio Ramirez and Hunter Larson ran for 100 yards.
BISHOP KELLY 44, CALDWELL 3
Bowen Ogatas three first-half touchdowns helped Bishop Kelly build a 31-0 lead at the break, as the Knights stayed unbeaten. Ogata who completed 11-of-15 passes for 215 yards threw TD passes to Turner Simmons (twice) and Luke Meyers in the first half, and added an 85-yard TD pass to Joshua Poole in the third quarter. Bishop Kelly kept Caldwell scoreless until a field goal in the fourth quarter. Simmons had six catches for 87 yards, and Poole added three grabs for 110 yards.
SKYVIEW 46, CANYON RIDGE 0
Austin Balls 107 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns powered Skyview over Canyon Ridge. Anthony Marin completed 14-of-19 passes for 208 yards and two TDs, both to Walker Ray, without an interception. Skyviews defense smothered Canyon Ridge, allowing only 36 total yards of offense all rushing yards and forcing four turnovers.
NAMPA 28, MOUNTAIN HOME 7
Kade Wilcox ran for two touchdowns, threw two more and finished with 115 passing yards and 61 more on the ground. Nampas defense gave up an early 5-yard touchdown run from Ryan Dextrem, but held Mountain Home to only 98 total offensive yards for the game.
KUNA 34, COLUMBIA 33
Kuna trailed by 14 in the first half, then led by 14 in the fourth quarter after Kayden Votroubek threw a 56-yard touchdown pass to Steven Doughty and caught an 8-yard pass from Spencer Trautman to give Kuna a 34-21 lead. Columbia countered with two Mario Jenkins TDs, then went for two and the win with 1:02 left, but Kuna's Dustyn Beaman and Jorge Garcilazo stuffed the run to preserve the victory. Votroubek finished the game with 346 passing yards, and Trautman had two total TDs with 161 receiving yards.
MARSING 36, MCCALL-DONNELLY 13
Marsing jumped out to an early 19-0 lead, and then let its rushing game grind out a big win at McCall-Donnelly.
HOMEDALE 49, PARMA 14
Calvin Black's 211 yards on 35 carries paved the way for Homedale's blowout of Parma. Black scored four TDs and teammate Casey Hansen contributed two more and also tied for the team-high with six tackles on defense. Cesar Gonzalez threw a touchdown pass to Jesus Arteaga and also ran in an 11-yarder for Parma.
SALMON RIVER 48, WILDER 26
Salmon River, leading 20-6 at half, recovered a surprise onside kick to begin the third quarter that produced all the momentum needed to bury Wilder. Salmon Rivers one-two quarterback combination of Leighton Vander Esch and Charlie Shepherd combined for 209 rushing yards, 168 passing yards, and six total TDs, and Nolan Richerson scooped and scored a 30-yard fumble recovery for Salmon River. Wilder QB AJ Castellanos ran for 153 yards and three TDs, and also threw for 193 yards.
GARDEN VALLEY 8, COUNCIL 6
JD Fuhriman scored Garden Valleys touchdown in the second quarter on a 22-yard pass from Kavik Fairburn. Fairburn then ran in the conversion. Kevin Heils 55-yard pass from Mick Wilson gave Council a brief 6-0 lead, but Garden Valley scored on its ensuing possession.