Idaho reached its goal of 10 touchdowns during Saturday's scrimmage in Moscow. "That means the offense played a little better," coach Paul Petrino said. The offense netted 801 yards - 531 on the combined passing of Chad Chalich and Taylor Davis, and 270 rushing. Collectively, Chalich and Davis combined for 42-of-65 with five touchdown passes. Jahrie Level had nine catches for 102 yards, while Kris Olugbode contributed 49 yards on 17 carries. But the defense also had a strong day with four interceptions and one fumble along with five pass breakups, five tackles for loss and 2 sacks. Among the four interceptions was one returned 61 yards by defensive end Maxx Forde for a touchdown. The Vandals' Spring Game is Friday.
IDAHO STATE FOOTBALL: The Bengals racked up 478 yards of total offense in their first scrimmage. Justin Arias was 21-of-33 for 208 yards and a touchdown, and Riley Sessions was 15-for-22 for 183 yards and two touchdowns.
BOISE STATE SOFTBALL: Fresno State defeated the Broncos 7-4 in California. Holly Bourke was 2-for-4 with a three-run homer. Her sixth-inning single was the 174th of her career, which broke the school's all-time hits record.
BSU TRACK & FIELD: The Broncos picked up five wins Friday at the Utah Spring Classic in Salt Lake City. Winners on the men's side included Daveon Collins (100 meters, 10.48 seconds), Justin Malnes (110 hurdles, 14.50), Jordin Andrade (400 hurdles, 51.64) and the 4x100 relay team (41.06). The women's 4x100 relay team also won in 46.18 seconds.
BSU WOMEN'S TENNIS: The Broncos rallied from three points down to defeat Wyoming 4-3 in a Mountain West match in Colorado Springs, Colo. Boise State (12-7, 3-2 MW) plays Air Force on Sunday.
COLLEGE OF IDAHO SOFTBALL: The Coyotes split a doubleheader with No. 8 Corban in Caldwell, winning 18-0 before falling 9-2. The 18 runs in the opener were the most ever scored by the C of I in a Cascade Conference game. It was also the largest shutout victory in program history and equals the largest victory margin. The Coyotes (25-21, 11-11 CCC) also set a new program record with 17 RBIs in the win.