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Prep football roundup: Skyview sends wakeup call to 5A SIC; Borah wins on heroic field goal

Borah kicks last-second, game-winning field goal to beat Meridian

Borah kicker Kellan McCullough made an 18-yard field goal as time expired to lead the Lions to a 31-29 high school football win at Meridian High on Sept. 7, 2018.
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Borah kicker Kellan McCullough made an 18-yard field goal as time expired to lead the Lions to a 31-29 high school football win at Meridian High on Sept. 7, 2018.

It’s safe to say that Skyview is going to handle the move from 4A to 5A fairly well.

Tyler Crowe ran for 274 yards and seven touchdowns Friday night, and the Hawks piled up 537 yards of offense and scored the only points of the second half in an important 48-35 victory over Eagle. It’s the first time Eagle has lost back-to-back games in five years.

Eagle (1-2), which fell last week to Borah, had the game tied at 35 after a wild first half, but Crowe scored a pair of second-half touchdowns from 2 yards out to lift Skyview (2-1).

The Hawks also did damage through the air, with quarterback Wyatt Storer completing 13-of-22 passes for 239 yards.

The teams combined for 601 yards of offense in the first half, with Skyview accounting for 344 of that on sustained drives and Eagle producing more big plays. The Mustangs had a 59-yard TD run from Cam Churchill, and TD passes of 33 and 50 yards from Ben Ford. They also got a 75-yard kickoff return for a score by Drew Lajocies.

Borah 31, Meridian 29

Kellan McCullough kicked an 18-yard field goal as time expired to give the Lions an exciting 5A SIC win and prevent them from stumbling one week after knocking off Eagle.

Borah (3-0) had a 28-13 lead early in the fourth quarter on QB Jake Standlee’s 3-yard TD run, but the Warriors (1-2) got a pair of touchdowns and a safety in a span of 3 1/2 minutes to take a 29-28 lead with 3:38 remaining.

Standlee was 20-for-26 for 195 yards, and the Lions rushed for 228 yards, getting 83 and a pair of TDs from Austdan Phomphackdy.

Centennial 38, Timberline 32

Dayne Koch threw for 307 yards and five touchdowns — including the winning score in double overtime to Caden Clark from 11 yards out — as the Patriots (2-1) won a 5A SIC contest against the Wolves (0-3).

Clark had 12 catches for 184 yards and three TDs as the Patriots beat Timberline for the first time since 2011.

Mountain View 63, Boise 3

Mountain View didn’t play a single starter or throw a pass after halftime Thursday night at Dona Larsen Park. The Mavericks still racked up 532 yards of offense while holding Boise to 94 yards and forcing three turnovers.

Noah Bryant completed 11-of-17 passes for 248 yards and five TDs, all in the first half. Bronx Barrus scored three TDs on three second-half touches, running for 60- and 32-yard touchdowns and scooping up a blocked punt and returning it 45 yards for a score.

Bishop Kelly 31, Columbia 0

Bishop Kelly grounded the state’s highest-scoring 11-man offense, holding the Wildcats to 140 yards of offense and limiting star running back Allamar Alexander to 42 yards on 17 carries.

Instead, Bishop Kelly (3-0) running back Ian Arellano stole the show, running for 112 yards and three TDs in a battle of two undefeated teams. Beau Nelson also threw a 36-yard TD pass to Adam Nichols for the Knights.

Columbia (2-1) was averaging 61.5 points through the first two weeks.

Vallivue 49, Emmett 21

Quarterback Lan Larison rushed for 214 yards on just 19 carries and threw for 352 yards, including a couple of long TD tosses, to lead the Falcons to a 4A SIC win.

Jayden Moran had 11 catches for 190 yards for Vallivue (2-1), including a 67-yard TD catch. Larison, who had an 81-yard TD run, also connected with Grant Garner on a 66-yard score. Garner had four catches for 152 yards.

Dylan Bemis paced the Emmett offense, going 20-for-39 for 301 yards and three TDs. Brett Kern had six receptions for 128 yards and two TDs.

Middleton 65, Caldwell 0

Middleton posted its second straight road shutout to remain unbeaten in 4A SIC action.

Vikings quarterback Dallas Hagler had a hand in four touchdowns, passing for two in the first quarter and rushing for a pair of 1-yard scores in the second quarter.

Middleton’s defense forced three turnovers and held Caldwell to 127 total yards.

Kuna 38, Ridgevue 0

Dalton Bell rushed for 120 yards and a score, and QB Matthew Austin threw for 176 yards and a pair of TDs as the Kavemen (1-2) blanked Ridgevue (1-2) in a 4A SIC game.

The Warhawks ran 56 plays but had just 55 yards of offense; Kuna had 426.

Nampa 61, Mountain Home 28

Donnie Estrada threw for 218 yards and four touchdowns, and he added 157 yards and another score on the ground to lead the Bulldogs (2-1) to back-to-back wins for the first time in three years.

The Bulldogs racked up 624 yards of offense, including 406 rushing yards from a balanced backfield. Jace Mann served as Estrada’s top target, turning five catches into 119 yards and two TDs. Mann also returned an interception for a touchdown.

Homedale 62, Baker (Ore.) 18

Homedale’s Mason Kincheloe did enough damage to defeat Baker on his own, running for 229 yards and four touchdowns, and also completing a 47-yard pass for another score.

The Trojans grabbed four interceptions, one apiece from Kincheloe, Nelson Lomeli, Jake Collett and Spencer Fisher.

Fruitland 41, Gooding 19

Cole Eiguren had a hand in six touchdowns as No. 1-ranked Fruitland won its 21st consecutive game and knocked off No. 2 Gooding.

Eiguren completed 13-of-20 passes for 244 yards and four TDs, including three in the second half as the Grizzlies pulled away. He also ran for two scores.

Weiser 41, Ontario (Ore.) 33

Braden Bumgarner rushed for 131 yards and three touchdowns — including two in the second half — to help Weiser pull away in a nonconference matchup.

Quarterback Brody von Brethorst passed for 135 yards and added 34 rushing yards and a TD on the ground.

Marsing 18, Payette 6

Marsing ended an eight-game losing streak dating back to last season with a victory over 3A Payette. No statistics were reported.

Nyssa (Ore.) 42, New Plymouth 21

New Plymouth trailed just 19-13 at halftime before surrendering four straight touchdowns in the second half of a nonconference loss at Nyssa.

Cole Valley Christian 22, Vale (Ore.) 12

QB Roman Conder threw for 129 yards and rushed for 50 with one TD on the ground and one through the air to lead the Chargers.

Nampa Christian 36, Parma 12

No information was reported.

McCall-Donnelly 38, Asotin (Wash.) 0

Beau Carr rushed for 124 yards and a touchdown, and the Vandals held the Panthers to just 143 yards from scrimmage.

Salmon River 30, Notus 28

Senior Randy McClure racked up 176 yards and two touchdowns on 28 carries as Salmon River edged Notus.

The Savages stopped the Pirates’ potential game-tying, two-point conversion try with about 4 minutes left and then ran out the clock to preserve the win.

Wilder 40, Tri-Valley 28

Pablo Martinez connected with Garrett Sedlacek on a 36-yard score in the second quarter to give Wilder the lead for good in a game that featured one tie and five lead changes.

Sedlacek had 74 yards rushing to lead the Wildcats, who were actually outgained 312-269 but took advantage of two interceptions, one of which Ismael Cortez took back for a score, and one fumble recovery.

Pine Eagle (Ore.) 38, Cascade 32

No information was reported.

Garden Valley 54, Glenns Ferry 34

No information was reported.

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First quarter

RM — Nick Romano 74 run (pass failed), 10:35

RM — Kaden Birch 22 pass from Colby Jackson (Jackson to Birch pass), 10:22

RM — Romano 3 run (pass failed), 7:35

RM — Romano 61 run (Jackson pass to Justin Jones), 1:11

Second quarter

RM — Jacob Piscione safety, 10:29

CAP — Jonah Blackham 21 pass from Ryan Hibbs (Chase Miller kick), 2:48

RM — Birch 36 pass from Jackson (run failed), 0:17

Third quarter

CAP — Sam Sessou-Djokoto 1 run (Miller kick), 9:53

CAP — Chase Miller 21 field goal, 1:37

Fourth quarter

RM — Romano 4 run (Josh Pratt kick), 10:14

RM — Kaden Birch 6 pass from Zach Cameron (Pratt kick), 1:33

Individual leaders

RUSHING — Rocky Mountain: Jordan Erickson 10-38, Colby Jackson 3-7, Zach Cameron 1-(-1), Nick Romano 21-188, Anthony Jacobson 4-9. Capital: Sam Sessou-Djokoto 9-3, Ryan Hibbs 16-33, Gavin Piva 1-(-2), Jackson Beers 2-0, Sean Holstein 1-3, Chase Miller 1-(-14), Jake Jones 3-5, De’Andre Atkins 1-0, Team 2-(-16).

PASSING — Rocky Mountain: Jackson 13-17-0 175; Cameron 3-3-0 20. Capital: Hibbs 15-28-4 256; Jonah Blackham 0-1-0 0.

RECEIVING — Rocky Mountain: Payton Lamm 2-33, Kaden Birch 8-106, Conner Croft 2-10, Justin Jones 1-9, Brayden Hamilton 2-32, Maxwell Nead 1-5. Capital: Michael Holley 1-2, Beers 1-16, Blackham 6-189, Matt Ruhl 7-49.

CENTENNIAL 38, TIMBERLINE 32 (2OT)

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First quarter

TIM — Ed Osterberger 18 run (Nick Caballero kick)

TIM — Jonah Hultberg 45 pass from Andy Peters (kick failed)

CEN — Caden Clark 92 pass from Dayne Koch (Koch kick)

TIM — Sam Rodenbaugh 51 pass from Peters (Caballero kick)

CEN — Luke Schabot 13 pass from Koch (Kick failed)

CEN — Clark 1 pass from Koch (Kick failed)

Second quarter

CEN — Preson Esplin 22 pass from Koch (kick)

TIM — Rodenbaugh 39 pass from Peters (kick failed)

Third quarter

TIM — Osterberger 80 run (pass failed)

CEN — Charles Faraimo 3 run (kick failed)

Second overtime

CEN — Clark 11 pass from Koch

Individual leaders

RUSHING — Timberline: Andy Peters 4-(-4), Sam Rodenbaugh 2-5, Jett Swope 1-(-11), Ed Osterberger 28-216, Kyle Adams 2-8, Josh Dean 1-5. Centennial: Esplin 15-53, Faraimo 6-21, Orr 4-9, Clark 1-4, Koch 2-(-14).

PASSING — Timberline: Peters 11-22-0 220; Nicolas Caballero 0-1-0 0. Centennial: Koch 20-41-0 307.

RECEIVING — Timberline: Rodenbaugh 2-90, Jonah Hultberg 1-45, Osterberger 1-13, Toran Zimmerman 3-31, Josh Dean 2-26. Centennial: Clark 12-184, Lowry 3-52, Schabot 4-49, Esplin 1-22.

BORAH 31, MERIDIAN 29

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Second quarter

BOR — Austdan Phomphackdy 1 run (Kellan McCullough kick), 9:18

BOR — Phomphackdy 3 run (McCullough kick), 4:22

MER — Braden Honn 6 run (Kick failed), 1:01

Third quarter

MER — Cole MacDonnell 9 pass from Honn (Woodall pass from Honn), 9:12

BOR — Caleb Golden 18 pass from Jake Standlee (Eden Makaafi kick), 5:18

Fourth quarter

BOR — Standlee 2 run (Makaafi kick), 10:28

MER — Honn 1 run (Kick failed), 7:12

MER — Safety, 6:48

MER — Chase Black 3 run (Bremer kick), 3:38

BOR — McCullough 18 field goal, 0:00

Individual leaders

RUSHING — Borah: Austin Bolt 2-12, Innocent Ndayiragije 11-63, Cameron Pruitt 13-78, Phomphackdy 18-85, Standlee 6-15. Meridian: Woodall 5-3, Honn 10-21, Fox 11-45, Black 5-13.

PASSING — Borah: Standlee 19-25-0 182. Meridian: Honn 13-28-0 152.

RECEIVING — Borah: Golden 2-27, Ellis Magnuson 8-37, Bolt 4-73, Ndayiragije 1-4, Kade Dilworth 3-40, Pruitt 1-1. Meridian: Woodall 3-16, Driskell 3-18, Thacker 1-16, McDonnell 6-65, Pierce 1-37.

SKYVIEW 48, EAGLE 35

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First quarter

EAG — Churchill 59 run (Fisk kick), 11:44

SKY — Crowe 1 run (Kick failed), 5:21

EAG — Baskett 33 pass from Ford (Fisk kick), 4:34

SKY — Crowe 1 run (Pass failed), 3:13

Second quarter

EAG — Russell 6 run (Fisk kick), 11:55

SKY — Crowe 6 run (Bingham kick), 8:26

EAG — Mashore 50 pass from Ford (Fisk kick)

SKY — Crowe 8 run (Crowe run), 1:39

EAG — LaJocies 75 kick return (Fisk kick), 1:25

SKY — Crowe 4 run (Crowe run), 0:13

Third quarter

SKY — Crowe 2 run (Bingham kick), 7:29

Fourth quarter

SKY — Crowe 2 run (Kick failed), 2:07

Individual leaders

RUSHING — Skyview: Crowe 37-274, Lopez 7-16, Storer 9-(-7), Salois 2-15. Eagle: Russell 13-46, Ford 10-51, Churchill 3-83, Mashore 1-(-1), Baker 1-(-3).

PASSING — Skyview: Storer 13-22-0 239. Eagle: Ford 16-28-2 158.

RECEIVING — Skyview: Perrine 5-64, Crowe 3-60, Carlton 1-65, Carpenter 3-41, Lopez 1-9. Eagle: Baskett 6-64, Churchill 4-28, Mashore 2-47, Russell 3-14, LaJocies 1-5.

MTN VIEW 63, BOISE 3

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First quarter

MV — Blake Jablonski 56 pass from Noah Bryant (pass failed), 10:20

MV — K.J. Lynch 54 pass from Bryant (Jaymon Barrus run), 9:08

MV — Jablonski 5 pass from Bryant (Bryant pass), 4:11

Second quarter

MV — Cage Herron 5 pass from Bryant (Bryant to Elwell pass), 10:52

MV — J. Barrus 25 run (Kyle Hugo kick), 9:31

MV — J. Barrus 13 pass from Bryant (Hugo kick), 3:25

Third quarter

MV — Bronx Barrus 45 blocked punt return (Hugo kick), 9:41

MV — B. Barrus 60 run (Hugo kick), 8:39

Fourth quarter

MV — B. Barrus 32 run (Hugo kick)

BOI — No. 25 19 field goal, 6:12

Individual leaders

RUSHING — Mountain View: Bronx Barrus 2-92, Jaymon Barrus 5-60, Steven Butler 12-47, Ace Gibson 6-41, No. 84 2-16, Noah Bryant 3-14, Mustapha Yekini 1-8, Jason Wells 1-4, Jake Farris 1-3, Team 1-0, Kaden Chan 1-(-1). Boise: Not reported.

PASSING — Mountain View: Bryant 11-17-0 248; Farris 0-1-0 0. Boise: Not reported.

RECEIVING — Mountain View: Cage Herron 3-80, K.J. Lynch 2-66, Blake Jablonski 2-61, Colby Peugh 1-24, J. Barrus 1-24, Chan 1-6, Gibson 1-(-2). Boise: Not reported.

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First quarter

MID — Jace Rodgers 29 pass from Dallas Hagler (Kick failed)

MID — Carson Smith 11 pass from Hagler (Neal Weber kick)

MID — Jake Tuckett 27 run (Weber kick)

Second quarter

MID — Hagler 1 run (Weber kick)

MID — Hagler 1 run (Weber kick)

MID — Rodgers 78 run (Weber kick)

MID — Smith 29 pass from Cash Cowdery (Weber kick)

Third quarter

MID — Weber 33 field goal

MID — Trenton Jonahsen 8 run (Weber kick)

Fourth quarter

MID — Cowdery 19 run (Weber kick)

Individual leaders

RUSHING — Middleton: Jake Tuckett 7-84, Johanson 6-43, Cowdery 6-59, Hagler 2-(-2), Rodgers 1-78, Smith 1-56, Rick Mayhew 1-11. Caldwell: JJ Martin 9-27, Chase Burfeind 3-8, Carlos Flores 7-2, Andres Begne 2-1.

PASSING — Middleton: Hagler 9-15-0 121, Cowdery 7-8-0 87. Caldwell: Begne 8-23- 54, Martin 4-5- 42.

RECEIVING — Middleton: Smith 6-118, Logan Wahl 2-16, Roders 2-32, Marice McGrew 1-14. Caldwell: Matias Pizano 3-32, Flores 2-28, Ryan Barton 2-15.

VALLIVUE 49, EMMETT 21

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First quarter

VAL — Lan Larison 81 run (Hauk Wyatt kick), 11:01

VAL — Carson Child 2 run (Wyatt kick), 6:54

VAL — Grant Garner 66 pass from Larison (Kick failed), 1:31

Second quarter

EMM — Brett Kern 12 pass from Dylan Bemis (Kick failed), 2:58

VAL — Larison 3 run (Larison run), 0:43

EMM — Kern 59 pass from Bemis (Andrew Brown pass from Bemis), 0:24

Third quarter

VAL — Child 5 run (Wyatt kick), 8:06

EMM — Bemis 11 pass from Monty Zufelt (George Rivera kick), 4:45

Fourth quarter

VAL — Moran 67 pass from Larison (Wyatt kick), 7:55

VAL — Moran 15 run (Wyatt kick), 2:00

Individual leaders

RUSHING — Emmett: Bemis 6-13, Trayton Lenz 21-37, Zufelt 1-3, Westyn Smith 1-1. Vallivue: Child 10-86, Larison 19-214, Keyshon Henry 5-(-5), Moran 4-24, Jose Berber 2-6.

PASSING — Emmett: Bemis 20-39-0 301. Vallivue: Larison 15-25-0 342.

RECEIVING — Emmett: Zufelt 8-92, Lenz 2-33, Cael Farnsworth 1-5, Kern 6-128, Andrew Brown 2-35. Vallivue: Moran 10-180, Garner 4-152, Henry 1-10.

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First quarter

BK — Ian Arellano 9 run (Arellano kick)

Second quarter

BK — Arellano run (Arellano kick)

BK — Keegan Croteau 26 field goal

Fourth quarter

BK — Arellano 19 run (Arellano kick)

BK — Adam Nichols 36 pass from Beau Nelson (Arellano kick)

Individual leaders

RUSHING — Bishop Kelly: Ian Arellano 21-112, Jackson Huskey 7-89, Thomas Rizzo 3-35, Brady King 6-19, Will Grazer 1-6. Columbia: Not provided.

PASSING — Bishop Kelly: Beau Nelson 6-9-1 107; King 1-3-0 15. Columbia: Not provided.

RECEIVING — Bishop Kelly: Croteau 2-38, Adam Nichols 1-38, Nelson 1-20, Matt Heffner 2-19, Todd Oliver 1-7. Columbia: Not provided.

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First quarter

NAM — Grant Roberts 20 pass from Donnie Estrada (kick blocked), 8:01

NAM — Estrada 29 run (Zach Feirfeil kick), 4:01

Second quarter

NAM — Jace Mann 36 pass from Estrada (Feirfeil kick), 11:12

MTH — Nehemiah Parker 44 pass from Mykal Castillo (kick blocked), 10:25

NAM — Brian Carrillo 6 run (run failed), 7:12

NAM — Mann 13 pass from Estrada (Feirfeil kick), 1:47

MTH — Lucas Mesillas 18 pass from Castillo (Parker run), 0:39

Third quarter

NAM — Alex Bernal 12 run (Feirfeil kick), 8:27

NAM — Mann interception return (Feirfeil kick), 5:34

MTH — Parker 13 pass from Castillo (run failed), 1:36

NAM — Cade Smith 17 pass from Estrada (Feirfeil kick), 0:12

Fourth quarter

MTH — No. 8 5 pass from Castillo (Castillo run), 3:44

NAM — Spencer Kipp 46 run (Feirfeil kick), 2:07

Individual leaders

RUSHING — Nampa: Donnie Estrada 14-157, Alex Bernal 13-95, Brian Carrillo 12-83, Spencer Kipp 3-64, Jeremiah Gaddy-Kest 2-7. Mountain Home: Mykal Castillo 14-61, Kichael Boguslawski 4-36, Seth West 3-30, Jaden Abrego 1-13, Caleb Gaffield 3-6, Braeden Poole 4-(-4).

PASSING — Nampa: Estrada 10-17-0 218. Mountain Home: Castillo 22-35-3 248.

RECEIVING — Nampa: Mann 5-119, Grant Roberts 2-47, Cade Smith 2-45, Bernal 1-7. Mountain Home: Nehemiah Parker 12-146, Klay Proffit 5-49, Lucase Mesillas 3-36, Poole 1-12, No. 8 1-5.

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