CENTENNIAL 27, ROCKY MOUNTAIN 24
Down 24-20 and facing fourth-and-11 inside the Rocky Mountain 35 with just over 2 minutes left in the game, Centennial faked a punt as Darian Seifert completed a 15-yard pass to Justin Nelson for the first down. Evan Radke completed the comeback with a quarterback sneak that erased a 24-14 deficit and gave Centennial the win. Riley Bradshaw threw for 176 yards for Rocky Mountain.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 48, EAGLE 22
Mountain Views Josh Buss produced 244 yards and three TDs on 28 carries. Buss also caught a TD pass from Kai Turner, who threw for 135 yards and ran for a TD. J.T. Williams had 144 yards and one TD for Eagle.
VALLIVUE 44, MERIDIAN 39
Vallivue freshman quarterback Lane Lehman replaced starter Layne Lafollette (concussion) and led the Falcons to the win with a 53-yard TD pass to Doug Radloff in the fourth quarter.
CALDWELL 42, NAMPA 26
Alex Harlow had 111 yards and two touchdowns as Caldwell ran for 365 yards in a win over Nampa.
WEISER 25, PARMA 12
Austyn Grothaus ran for a game-high 122 yards and scored on a 30-yard run for Weiser, and Flint Hickman scored two TDs with 71 yards on the ground. Denver Riggs led Parma with 80 rushing yards and two TDs, but Dustin Kistenmachers late TD sealed the win.
PAYETTE 30, HOMEDALE 14
Clint Blackwell threw for 190 yards and two TDs, and rushed for 90 yards and two TDs for Payette. Emilio Winn caught five passes for 46 yards and a 37-yard touchdown for Payette, which used a 14-point fourth quarter to bury Homedale. Casey Hansen had 74 rushing yards with two TDs for Homedale.
WILDER 54, COUNCIL 24
Council had three runners top 100 yards as it broke open the game in the second half. A.J. Castellanos had 20 carries for 192 yards, Jaime Miramontes ran for 114 yards on 14 carries and Jesus Zavala ran for 119 yards on four carries.
SALMON RIVER 54 GARDEN VALLEY 12
Leighton Vander Esch threw for 348 yards and five TDs, and Charlie Shepherd caught 13 passes for 190 yards and three TDs as Salmon River routed Garden Valley.
HORSESHOE BEND 32, CASCADE 24
Michael Robison threw for two touchdowns for Horseshoe Bend, and the Mustangs never trailed.
RIMROCK 54, NOTUS 20
Senior fullback Austin Meyers scored four rushing TDs and junior running back Cole Pattee added two more scores to help Rimrock secure the leagues No. 1 seed in the state playoffs.
GREENLEAF 40, IDAHO CITY 36
Greenleaf wrapped up the leagues third and final playoff spot. Grizzlies running back Adam Dewberry contributed more than 160 rushing yards with two TDs to eliminate the Wildcats from the postseason.