Football

Declo 54, Teton 27

DECLO – If Keegan Duncan is not a household name across Idaho prep sports yet, he will be soon.

Duncan compiled more than 500 yards Friday night, according to head coach Kelly Kidd, in the Hornets’ win over 3A Teton. He also scored seven touchdowns, and had three more called back because of penalty.

“He is a special player,” said Declo head coach Kelly Kidd.

The top-ranked Hornets trailed 6-0 early, but took a 23-13 lead into halftime, then put together a big scoring third quarter to put the game away. The win is 2A Declo’s fourth this season over a 3A opponent.

Declo (5-0) travels to American Falls next week to take on the Beavers.

Kimberly 29, Wood River 9

HAILEY – Kimberly jumped out to an early lead and never looked back in a road win over 4A Wood River Friday night.

The Bulldogs led 23-2 at halftime, and added another touchdown in the third quarter before a late Wolverine score.

McKade Huft rushed 33 times for 173 yards and three touchdowns for Kimberly, and quarterback Dawson Cummins completed 11 of 21 passes for 119 yards.

Kimberly (4-1) next hosts Gooding in a big Sawtooth Central Idaho Conference matchup. Wood River (0-5) next travels to Burley.

Kimberly 29, Wood River 9

Kimberly 15 7 7 0 — 29

Wood River 2 0 0 7 — 9

First quarter

K – Cummins 8 run (Hallett run)

K – Huft 9 run (Hallett kick)

WR – Safety

Second quarter

K – Huft 5 run (Hallett kick)

Third quarter

K – Huft 14 run (Hallett kick)

Fourth quarter

WR – Nelson 5 run (Koth kick)

Minico 52, Bonneville 41

RUPERT – Minico jumped out to a huge lead over 5A Bonneville Friday night in its homecoming game. The Bees closed the gap late in the fourth quarter against mostly Spartan backups, but could not overcome the deficit.

“It was a great homecoming win. It was an exceptional team effort,” said Minico head coach Tim Perrigot. “We threw the ball, ran the ball, had two pick-sixes. It was a fun night.”

Nicky Caldera caught six passes for a school-record 232 yards, and found the end zone three times. Regen Povlsen added 35 yards on four receptions. Quarterback John Perrigot completed 11 of 21 passes for 272 yards, and running back Larry Vega rushed 24 times for 202 yards and two touchdowns.

Minico (3-2) next travels to Canyon Ridge for a Great Basin Conference matchup.

Minico 52, Bonneville 41

Minico 13 14 19 6 — 52

Bonneville 6 0 14 21 — 41

First quarter

B — Jordan Perez 47-yard pass from Brock Saxton (kick failed) 7:05

M — Nicky Caldera 88-yard pass from John Perrigot (McKay Chandler kick) 6:21

M — Caldera 24-yard pass from Perrigot (kick failed) 1:42

Second quarter

M — Tim Miller 7-yard run (Chandler kick) 8:31

M — Caldera 18-yard pass from Perrigot (Chandler kick) 1:10

Third quarter

M — Francisco Paz 45-yard interception return (Chandler kick) 11:22

M — Tyler Manning 48-yard interception return (kick failed) 6:15

B — Brock Saxton 1-yard run (Colman Petersen kick) 4:28

M — Larry Vega 7-yard run (kick failed) 3:25

B — Trey Howell 18-yard pass from Saxton (Petersen kick) 2:08

Fourth quarter

M — Vega 13-yard run (kick failed) 11:54

B — Kaleb Coles 10-yard pass from Saxton (Petersen kick) 7:01

B — Perez 33-yard pass from Saxton (Petersen kick) 3:22

B — Dillon Sorensen 6-yard pass Saxton (Peterson kick) 1:53

Murtaugh 61, Hansen 14

MURTAUGH — The Wagon Wheel Trophy returned to Murtaugh with a conference win over Hansen.

The Red Devils totaled 397 yards on the ground and 100 passing against the team with whom they shared a co-op the past few seasons.

Sophomore Kade Setoki had eight carries for 171 yards and scored three touchdowns (39, 65, 23). Quarterback Graden Dimond finished with 100 yards, completing 4-of-7 passes. He also rushed for two scores (12, 8).

Kolby McClure gained 103 yards on six carries and scored on a run of 52 yards and caught a 28-yard pass from Dimond for a touchdown.

Paxton Stimpson led the Hansen offense. He was 5-of-15 for 66 yards and completed a touchdown pass to Cruz Huizar for 39 yards. He also rushed for 62 yards of the Huskies’ 176 total rushing yards. Huizar also scored on a 5-yard run.

Hansen (0-4, 0-4) travels to Richfield and Murtaugh( 2-2, 2-2) is at Lighthouse Christian on Friday.

Murtaugh 61, Hansen 14

Hansen 0 14 0 0—14

Murtaugh 16 18 21 6—61

First quarter

M – Graden Dimond 12 run (G. Dimond run)

M – Kade Setoki 39 run (Ka Setoki run)

Second quarter

H- Cruz Huizar 39 pass from Paxton Stimpson (failed)

M – Ka Setoki 65 run (kick failed)

H – C. Huizar 5 run (good)

M – Kolby McClure 52 run (failed)

M- G. Diamond 8 run (kick failed)

Third quarter

M – Ka Setoki 23 run (failed)

M – Hunter Andersen 1 run (Ramon kick)

M – McCLure 28 pass from G. Dimond (good)

Fourth quarter

M – Andersen 74 run (kick failed)

Buhl 56, Wendell 0

BUHL – Buhl cruised Friday night in a matchup with 2A Wendell. The Indians led 42-0 at halftime.

Garrett Montgomery rushed 12 times for 161 yards and two touchdowns for Buhl, and quarterback Austin Azevedo rushed 13 times for 134 yards and three touchdowns. Buhl sophomore kicker Jabe Bennett was also a perfect 8-for-8 on PATs.

Buhl (2-2) next hosts Filer in its first Sawtooth Central Idaho Conference game of the season. Wendell (0-4) has a bye before traveling to Kimberly for a nonconference game.

Buhl 56, Wendell 0

Buhl 14 28 7 7 —56

Wendell 0 0 0 0 —0

First quarter

B – Azevedo 5 run (Bennett kick)

B – Newberry 39 pass from Azevedo (Bennett kick)

Second quarter

B – Peyman 25 INT (Bennett kick)

B – Montgomery 23 run (Benett kick)

B – Azevedo 5 run (Bennett kick)

B – Montgomery 36 run (Bennett kick)

Third quarter

B – Azevedo 1 run (Bennett kick)

Fourth quarter

B – Oviedo 74 run (Bennett kick)

Oakley 58, Glenns Ferry 6

GLENNS FERRY – After a slow start, Oakley put up 38 points in the second quarter on the way to a 52-point win over Glenns Ferry Friday night. The two teams played a pair of thrillers last season, including an overtime game in the 1A-DI state semifinals, but the middle quarters were all Oakley Friday night.

Sophomore Josh Nyman rushed 11 times for 120 yards and two touchdowns for Oakley, and senior Sam Mitton ran 11 times for 72 yards and three touchdowns. As a team, the Hornets rushed for 340 yards.

Quarterback Tate Cranney also completed 14 of 20 passes for 172 yards and a touchdown.

Oakley (3-1, 3-0 Snake River Conference) has a bye next week before traveling to Shoshone the following Friday. Glenns Ferry (0-5, 0-3) next hosts Challis in a conference matchup.

Oakley 58, Glenns Ferry 6

Oakley 0 38 14 6 —58

Glenns Ferry 0 0 0 6 —6

Second quarter

O – Mitton 27 run (2 pass to 28)

O – Nyman 9 run (Alves pass from Cranney)

O – Nyman 2 run (Pass failed)

O – Mitton 1 run (Nyman run)

O – Jones 20 pass from Cranney (Cranney run)

Third quarter

O – Cranney 1 run (Alves pass from Cranney)

O – Mitton 10 run (Pass failed)

Fourth quarter

GF – 60 pass

O – Jones 28 INT return (run failed)

Dietrich 58, Richfield 14

RICHFIELD – Dietrich put up 58 points in the first half, including 38 in the first quarter, in a rout of Richfield Friday night.

The Blue Devils took advantage of several early turnovers by the Tigers, including one sequence in which they scored three touchdowns in less than two minutes’ time.

Dietrich tallied 457 total yards, including 294 on the ground. Senior Kade Shaw accounted for four total touchdowns, including one on a short interception return.

Dietrich (4-1) next travels to Carey for what will most likely determine the conference’s top seed in the playoffs. Richfield (0-4) hosts Hansen.

Dietrich 58, Richfield 14

Dietrich 38 20 0 0 —58

Richfield 8 0 6 0 —14

D – Shaw 7 run (Robertson run)

D – Shaw 30 run (Robertson run)

R – Wood 57 run (Wood run)

D—Shaw 35 pass from Power (Run failed)

D – Power 15 run (pass failed)

D – Shaw 7 INT return (Robertson run)

Second quarter

D – Robertson 3 run (Robertson pass from Power)

D – Power 14 run (run failed)

D – Cabrera 5 run (Shaw run)

Third quarter

R – Wood 70 pass from Hukill (run failed)

Carey 71, Castleford 12

CAREY – The Panthers improved to 5-0 overall and 4-0 in the Sawtooth Conference West with a blowout win over the Wolves.

The Panthers totaled 424 total yards, with 261 passing and 163 on the ground. Carey quarterback Houston Hennefer finished 8-for-9 with 237 yards and four touchdowns, all to Tanner Mecham (57, 23, 23, 22 yards).

Porter Mecham had 91 yards on four carries and touchdown runs of 10 and 55 yards. Porter Larna had eight carries for 79 yards and scored on a 5-yard run. Castleford’s scoring came on a 57-yard run by Keegan Myers and a 1-yard run by Nathaniel Ramos. Castleford (2-3, 2-2) hosts Camas County and Carey hosts Dietrich on Friday.

Carey 71, Castleford 12

Castleford 6 0 0 6 -12

Carey 32 27 12 0 -71

First quarter

Car – Tanner Mecham 57 pass from Houston Hennefer (Porter Mecham run)

Car – P. Mecham 10 run (T. Mecham pass from Hennefer)

Car – Porter Larna 9 run (Larna run)

Car – Hennefer 5 run (Hunter Smith pass from Hennefer)

Car – T. Mecham 23 pass from Hennefer (pass failed)

Cas – Keegan Myers 57 run (pass failed)

Second quarter

Car – T. Mecham 23 pass from Hennefer (pass failed)

Car—P. Mecham 55 run (Larna run)

Car- Smith 46 pass from Hennefer (Jesus Villanueva kick)

Car – T. Mecham 22 pass from Hennefer (kick failed)

Third quarter

Car – Larna 5 run (run failed)

Car – Dallin Parke 24 pass from H. Smith (kick failed)

Fourth quarter

Cas – Nathaniel Ramos 1 run (run failed)

Valley 52, Wells (Nev.) 16

HAZELTON – The Vikings are now 4-0 after a nonconference win over Wells, Nevada. Valley gained a total of 578 yards on offense with 190 passing and 388 on the ground.

Senior Kodi Burk had 16 carries and gained 156 yards, including a 68-yard touchdown run. Quarterback Jason Hardy rushed 12 times and had 87 yards and four touchdowns. He also completed a 60-yard pass to Zane Mussmann for a score. Ike Godfrey added a 40-yard run in the fourth quarter. Valley next travels to Hagerman on Friday for a conference matchup.

Valley 52, Wells (Nev.) 16

Wells 0 0 0 16-16

Valley 24 22 0 6 -52

First quarter

V—Jason Hardy 17 run (Zane Mussman pass from Hardy)

V – Z. Mussman 60 pass from Hardy (Alex Korom pass from Hardy)

V – Hardy 1 run (Z. Mussman pass from Hardy)

Second quarter

V – Kodi Burk 68 run (good)

V – Hardy 14 run (good)

V – Hardy 4 run (failed)

Fourth quarter

W – 17 pass (good)

W – 5 run (good)

V—Ike Godfrey 40 run (failed)

Shelley 34, Filer 0

SHELLEY – The Wildcats were shut out on the road by defending 3A state runner-up Shelley on Friday night.

“The kids played tough and competed the entire game,” said Filer coach Rob Anderson. “They held them to only 34 yards in the second half.”

Filer (2-3) is at Buhl on Friday for a conference matchup.

Shelley 34, Filer 0

Filer 0 0 0 0 -0

Shelley 20 14 0 0 -34

Notus 34, Shoshone 20

SHOSHONE – Shoshone hung around for the duration Friday night in search of its first win on the season, but came up short against Notus. The Indians cut Notus’ lead to six points in the second half, but a late fumble on a punt return set the Pirates up with good field position to stretch its lead to two scores.

“The kids are definitely improving. We’re moving in the right direction,” said Shoshone head coach Michael Perry.

Shoshone (0-4) next hosts Grace in a Snake River Conference matchup.

Other Scores

Lighthouse Christian 44, Camas County 6

Grace 52, Hagerman 8

Update (12:31 a.m., September 23):

Challis 29, Raft River 28

CHALLIS — The Vikings upset the No. 1-ranked Trojans on Friday night in a Snake River Conference matchup.

The loss snapped a 15-game winning streak for Raft River dating back to November 14, 2015, when the Trojans fell to Prairie 44-30 in the 1A Division I state semifinals.

It was also Challis’ first win over Raft River since 2010.

The Trojans (3-1, 2-1) play a nonconference game at North Gem next week.

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