High School Football

Bishop Kelly stays unbeaten, while Skyview upsets Emmett in 4A SIC football

Bishop Kelly’s Vince Sengelmann runs the ball against Vallivue during their game Friday night in Caldwell.
Bishop Kelly’s Vince Sengelmann runs the ball against Vallivue during their game Friday night in Caldwell. For the Idaho Statesman

BISHOP KELLY 29, VALLIVUE 15

Bishop Kelly took over sole possession of first place in the 4A Southern Idaho Conference by handing the Falcons their first loss of the season. BK’s Ben Hruby scored a pair first-quarter touchdowns as the Knights never trailed despite allowing Vallivue running back Jerred Monnier to eat up 238 yards on the ground. Vallivue is among six teams in the eight-team conference at 1-1 in league play.

SKYVIEW 39, EMMETT 27

Skyview ended Emmett’s 14-game winning streak with an aerial assault. Quarterback Wyatt Storer passed for 343 yards and five touchdowns, connecting with Kyle Pierce for 208 yards and two TDs and DeMonte Horton for 114 yards and three scores. Emmett led 21-7 after the first quarter, but the Hawks held the Huskies scoreless in the second half to knock them out of a share of first place in the 4A SIC.

CAPITAL 35, TIMBERLINE 7

Micah Hagler led Capital on the ground with 201 rushing yards and a touchdown, while senior QB Drew Korf completed 23-of-29 passes for 202 yards and four TDs in a rout of Timberline.

EAGLE 31, MERIDIAN 0

Eagle posted its second straight shutout and became the only team in the 5A SIC with a perfect record after Mountain View topped defending state champion Rocky Mountain. QB Devan Bridgewater passed for 161 yards with TD passes to Nick Williams and Adam Brown, and linebacker Todd Durham returned an interception 32 yards for a score as Eagle’s defense held Meridian to 65 total yards.

CENTENNIAL 28, COLUMBIA 14

Elijah Rangel finished with 108 rushing yards and a fourth-quarter touchdown, and Peyton Robinson’s 58-yard interception return secured Centennial’s third win in four games. Nate Pereira and Victor Ngalamulume also scored rushing touchdowns for the Patriots, who were tied 14-14 after three quarters.

MIDDLETON 42, CALDWELL 0

Middleton dominated the first half, giving head coach Bill Brock his 200th career victory. Brock, who previously coached at Glenns Ferry from 1987-99, is in his 17th season with the Vikings.

KUNA 21, NAMPA 7

Kuna posted its second consecutive victory and first against a 5A SIC squad this season, holding the Bulldogs without a touchdown until the final minute of the game.

RIDGEVUE 33, MOUNTAIN HOME 18

Ridgevue collected the first win in program history, and the Warhawks’ 33 points are also a program best. Mountain Home’s winless streak was stretched to 20 games.

PARMA 21, NYSSA (ORE.) 20

After losing two in a row, Parma improved to .500 with a one-point nonconference win.

MELBA 30, PAYETTE 0

The Mustangs’ defense held Payette to 184 yards and forced four turnovers for the shutout. Melba freshman Scott Martinez ran for 45 yards and a pair of TDs, and Timothy Reinertson and Eli Bangerter also ran for TDs.

NAMPA CHRISTIAN 31, STELLAR PREP 22

Quarterback Nick Tuttle passed for 149 yards and three touchdowns, and Nampa Christian used a 24-point second quarter to beat the California squad.

MCCALL-DONNELLY 16, GRANGEVILLE 9

Ben Knudson went 6-for-9 passing for 115 yards and two total TDs as McCall-Donnelly upended the defending 2A state champions to remain unbeaten.

SALMON RIVER 54, WILDER 14

Salmon River scored 48 points in the second half and took advantage of three Wilder turnovers to remain unbeaten. Senior Tucker Boyd and sophomore Canyon Harper each had four touchdowns to lead the Savages.

Rachel Roberts: 208-377-6422, @IDS_VarsityX

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