Eagle 51, Boise 28
Senior running back Bucky Schrader — the 5A SIC rushing leader — ran for 144 yards and four touchdowns to keep Eagle in the hunt for the 5A SIC Pod B title.
Vallivue 60, Columbia 0
Lane Lehman and Alexx Herrera each returned interceptions for TDs as Vallivue handed Columbia its third shutout of the season.
Mtn. View 42, Meridian 0
Mountain View’s win ensures the Mavericks a home playoff game and sets up a showdown next week with Eagle for the 5A SIC Pod B title. Mountain View held Meridian to 146 total yards, and senior TreyTon Bell took over offensively with 104 rushing yards for three TDs, plus a 70-yard punt return for a score.
Rocky Mtn. 45, Nampa 3
Cal Criner and Christian Blaser each scored two touchdowns in a route of Nampa that guarantees Rocky a home playoff game. Criner finished with 58 yards on five carries, and senior running back Jake Roper returned from a knee injury, rushing for 73 yards.
Kuna 69, Mountain Home 6
The Kavemen put up 27 points in the first quarter and led 55-0 at halftime, rolling to a victory and clinching a postseason berth.
Skyview 34, Caldwell 26
Kyle Pierce caught a pair of touchdowns passes, and Cody Ghighina, Isaiah Schlegel and DeMonte Horton also added TDs as Skyview beat Caldwell for the seventh straight time. The Cougars were led by Kyle Jerome’s 139 yards and two scores on nine carries.
Emmett 42, Fruitland 14
Emmett won its second straight 3A SRV regular-season title and cinched a first-round playoff bye with a win. QB Saige Wilkerson passed for 149 yards and three TDs, and running back Mason Farnsworth added 102 yards and a score.
Homedale 55, Parma 0
Homedale took over sole possession of second place in the 3A SRV with a shutout of Parma. QB Lawsen Matteson passed for 370 yards and three touchdowns, including two to Wyatt Wolfe.
Weiser 33, Payette 6
Weiser moved out of a tie for last in the 3A SRV and boosted its playoff hopes as Logan Rowley rushed for 108 yards and three touchdowns on 20 carries. Payette’s only score came on a 69-yard punt return by Jonathan Hererra.
Melba 27, New Plymouth 25
Melba booted New Plymouth out of a tie for second in the 2A WIC. Melba quarterback Eli Bangerter completed 8-of-16 passes for 131 yards and two touchdowns and also scored a rushing TD.
Nampa Christian 31Cole Valley Christian 7
Steve Tiersma threw for 232 yards and three touchdowns, and the Trojans moved one win closer to the 2A WIC regular-season title. Receivers Andrew Anderson and Blake Johnson had 113 and 100 yards, respectively, and each added a touchdown.
Salmon River 76Garden Valley 0
Senior running back Devon Buys scored four touchdowns and racked up 191 yards on five carries as Salmon River held onto a share of the conference lead. Freshman defensive back Canyon Harper returned two interceptions for TDs.
Council 35, Wilder 6
Council stayed in the hunt for a playoff berth with the help of four touchdowns from junior running back JT Mahon, including receiving TDs of 55 and 60 yards.