Football - Gooding Vs. Kimberly

Kimberly's McKade Huft runs the ball against Gooding during their conference matchup Friday night, Sept. 29, 2017, in Kimberly.

DREW NASH, TIMES-NEWS FILE PHOTO

Kimberly 28, Weiser 0

WEISER — The Bulldogs finished with 506 yards of offense and held the Wolverines to 133 yards in the shutout win in the first round of the 3A state playoffs.

Kimberly ended with 26 first downs and held Weiser to five. Bulldogs sophomore quarterback Dawson Cummins finished 12-of-17 for 167 yards through the air. Kimberly rushed 52 times for 339 yards and was led by McKade Huft with 261 yards on 34 attempts. He scored on runs of 8, 3, 70 and 7 yards.

Kimberly (7-2) travels again next week to take on Snake River in the quarterfinals.

Kimberly 28, Weiser 0

Kimberly 0 13 0 15 -28

Weiser 0 0 0 0 -0

Second quarter

K – McKade Huft 8 run (Austin Walker kick) 11:26

K – Huft 3 run (kick failed) 4:44

Fourth quarter

K – Huft 70 run (Tristyn O’Donnell pass from Dawson Cummins) 11:47

K – Huft 7 run (Walker kick) 8:13

Middleton 44, Canyon Ridge 7

MIDDLETON — The Vikings ended the Riverhawks’ season Friday in the first round of the 4A state playoffs.

Canyon Ridge’s Kyler Allen scored early in the second quarter to a 7-7 tie, but Middleton pulled away after that.

The Riverhawks finished the season with a 4-6 record.

Clark-Watersprings 42, Lighthouse Christian 14

DUBOIS — Clark-Watersprings defeated Lighthouse Christian in the first round of the 1A Division II state playoffs to end the Lions’ season.

Lighthouse Christian threw two interceptions and only converted one of four fourth-down attempts, while the Warriors moved the ball for 488 total yards. Kyson Poletti gained 174 yards on the ground with two touchdowns for Clark-Watersprings.

Scoring for the Lions were Chance Gaskill and Brandon Houser, both on rush attempts.

Lighthouse Christian ended its season with a 5-4 record.

Clark-Watersprings 42, Lighthouse Christian 14

Lighthouse Christian; 8; 0; 6; 0;—14

Clark-Watersprings; 14; 14; 0; 14;—42

First quarter

CW — Matt Murdock 15-yard run (run failed)

CW — Kyson Poletti 7-yard run (Murdoch run)

LC — Chance Gaskill 2-yd run (run good)

Second quarter

CW — Ty Pardon 19-yard pass from Poletti (Kobe Korrell pass from Poletti)

CW — Korrell 70-yard pass from Poletti (run failed)

Third quarter

LC — Brandon House 10-yard run (run failed)

Fourth quarter

CW — Carter Eddins 4-yard run (Murdoch run)

CW — Brayson Bramwell 2-yard run (run failed)

Oakley 26, Raft River 22

OAKLEY — Oakley (7-1, 7-0) defeated Raft River in what Oakley coach Kade Craner called a total defensive battle in the regular season finale between the two power teams in the Snake River Conference.

“We are pretty dialed in on defense, and it is starting to pay dividends,” said Craner.

Austin Bedke got the Hornet defense fired up with an 80-yard interception return in the first quarter. Senior Jake Nyman finished with 20 tackles, and Travis Barnard ended with 16 for Oakley.

For the Oakley offense, quarterback Chandler Jones was 12-for-20 and 143 yards. He completed a 3-yard pass to Max Alves, and also ran the ball in from two yards. Senior running back Sam Mitton added an 11-yard run for a score.

Oakley 26, Raft River 22

Raft River;0;8;8;6;-22

Oakley;12;0;8;6;-26

First quarter

O – Austin Bedke 80 interception return (run failed)

O – Chandler Jones 2 run (pass failed)

Second quarter

RR – pass (run good)

Third quarter

RR – 9 run (run good)

O- Max Alves 3 pass from Jones (Alves pass from Jones)

Fourth quarter

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O – Sam Mitton 11 run (run failed)

RR – 3 run (run failed)

Glenns Ferry 28, Valley 26

HAZELTON – The Vikings fell to the Pilots in upset fashion in Friday’s regular season finale, but their season is still alive

Valley fell to 4-3 in the Snake River Conference, tying it for third place with Raft River and Grace. The Vikings beat Raft River and lost to Grace, and Raft River beat Grace. But Valley also beat Challis, which neither Raft River nor Grace did. That served as a state tiebreaker, which means Valley will be the SRC’s No. 3 seed at the 1A Division I state tournament.

“We assumed if we lost the game, we were out,” Valley coach Ryon Jarvis said. “We’ve just gotta find a way for other guys to step up and perform.”

Jarvis said starting quarterback Jason Hardy was out, and receiver/defensive lineman Zane Mussman is out for the year with a broken thumb.

On Friday, Valley led 12-0 after one quarter but trailed 14-12 at halftime. Both teams traded leads in the second half, and Glenns Ferry came out on top following a 46-yard go-ahead TD pass from Tanner Martinez to Carson Grigg with about five minutes left.

Valley’s Alejandro Mesa rushed for 105 yards and three TDs on 20 carries.

Glenns Ferry finished the season with a 2-7 overall record and 2-5 conference record.

Glenns Ferry 28, Valley 26

Glenns Ferry; 0; 14; 0; 14; — 28

Valley; 12; 0; 6; 8; — 26

First quarter

V – Alejandro Mesa 14-yard run (conversion failed)

V – Mesa 1-yard run (conversion failed)

Second quarter

GF – Kayton Cook 33-yard run (conversion good)

GF – Devin Morrison 80-yard from Tanner Martinez (conversion failed)

Third quarter

V – Mesa 35-yard run (conversion no good)

Fourth quarter

GF – 13-yard pass from Martinez (conversion good)

V – Julian Rochett 10-yard run (conversion good)

GF – Carson Grigg 46-yard pass from Martinez (conversion no good)

Hagerman 44, Shoshone 16

SHOSHONE — The Pirates defeated the Indians in the final game of the season for the two Snake River Conference teams. No other details were available.

Hagerman finished at 4-5 overall and 2-5 in the conference. Shoshone was 0-9 overall and 0-7 in conference play.

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