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Burley 23, Buhl 17

BURLEY – The Burley Bobcats picked up the first win of head coach Tony Cade’s era on Friday with a triple-overtime win against Buhl.

Burley trailed 14-0 after three quarters, but the Bobcats scored once in the fourth quarter on a 98-yard fumble return by Kodie Condie, then scored again on a four-yard run by Alex Ramos with 2:18 to play. The Bobcats’ sophomore quarterback, Ethan Gibbons, facilitated the drive with his legs.

Both teams traded field goals in the first overtime, and neither team scored in the second. In the third, Ramos punched in a one-yard touchdown to give Burley the win.

The Bobcats dominated time of possession, but they were unable to capitalize until the fourth quarter. Running back Beau Phipps was injured in the second quarter, so they were forced to shuffle their running backs.

Buhl picked up a double-overtime win over Weiser last Friday, so the Indians have played a total of five overtimes in the seven days.

Burley (1-1) hosts rival Minico next Friday, and Buhl hosts a strong 2A Declo team.

Burley 23, Buhl 17

Burley 0 0 0 14 3 0 6 — 23

Buhl 0 7 7 0 3 0 0 — 17

Second Quarter

Buhl—Garett Montgomery 3 run (Jabe Bennett kick) 7:46

Third Quarter

Buhl—Montgomery 8 run (Bennett kick) 3:37

Fourth Quarter

Burley—Koky Condie 98 fumble return (Riley Stephens pass from Ethan Gibbons) 9:48

Burley—Alex Ramos 4 run (pass failed) 2:18

OT1

Buhl—Bennett kick

Burley—Condie kick

OT3

Burley – Ramos 1 run

Marsh Valley 16, Filer 14

FILER – Filer took a step in the right direction Friday night after a week-one drubbing, but came up short of the victory against Marsh Valley.

Filer scored in the first half on a one-yard touchdown run by Garret Jardine. Jardine rushed the ball eight times for 26 yards and completed four of nine passes for 46 yards and two interceptions on the night.

Filer trailed 8-6 at halftime, but Josh Hughes took the opening kickoff of the third quarter 90 yards for a touchdown to give the Wildcats the lead.

Marsh Valley crossed the goal line with six minutes left in the fourth quarter, however, and Filer could not answer.

“We played much better tonight. Steps are still being taken,” said Filer head coach Rob Anderson.

Filer (0-2) next hosts American Falls next week.

Marsh Valley 16, Filer 14

Filer 6 0 8 0 —14

Marsh Valley 8 0 0 8 —16

First quarter

F – Jardine 1 run

Third quarter

F – Hughes 90 kickoff return

Gooding 53, Bear Lake 0

BEAR LAKE – Gooding sophomore Shane Jennings ran for three scores (18, one, and one yards out) and threw for three more touchdowns in the Senators win over the Bears. Jennings completed passes to Anthony Novis (35 yards) and two to Cayden Loveland of 80 and 65-yards for touchdowns. The Senators’ defense allowed Bear Lake to cross midfield just one time.

“The defense played really well and the offense executed really well,” said Gooding coach Cameron Andersen. “Both the defensive and offensive lines dominated the entire game.”

Gooding (2-0) hosts Fruitland on Friday.

Gooding 53, Bear Lake 0

Gooding 19 21 7 6 -53

Bear Lake 0 0 0 0 -0

First quarter

G – Anthony Novis 35 pass from Shane Jennings (pass failed) 6:09

G—Jennings 18 run (pass failed) 4:13

G – Jennings 1 run (Loveland kick) 2;23

Second quarter

G – Loveland 80 pass from Jennings (Loveland kick) 4:39

G – Loveland 65 pass from Jennings (Loveland kick) 1:44

G – Sam Funkhouser 55 punt return (Loveland kick):41

Third quarter

G -Jennings 1 run (Loveland kick) 3:17

Fourth quarter

G – Logan Strom 23 pass from Brayden Roe (kick failed)

Kimberly 22, American Falls 7

AMERICAN FALLS – The Bulldogs combined 72 yards passing and 217 yards on the ground for 289 total yards in the win over the host Beavers. Kimberly junior quarterback Braxton Hammond completed 7 of 13 attempts for two touchdowns.

Junior Riley Hallett had a 24-yard scoring reception and Blake Phillips was on the receiving end of a 18-yard pass for a touchdown. McKade Huft rushed 23 times and picked up 136 yards and scored on a 39-yard run. Kimberly (1-0) travels to Declo on Friday.

Kimberly 22, American Falls 7

Kimberly 0 0 8 14 -22

American Falls 7 0 0 0 -7

First quarter

AF – 1 run (kick good) 2;25

Third quarter

K – McKade Huft 39 run (Huft pass from Braxton Hammond) 2:02

Fourth quarter

K—Riley Hallett 24 pass from Hammond (Hallett kick) 10:43

K—Blake Phillips 18 pass from Hammond (Hallett kick) 7:21

Lighthouse Christian 68, Hansen 22

HANSEN – Lighthouse Christian bounced back from a disappointing week one performance by putting up 68 points Friday in a Sawtooth West Conference matchup. The Lions led 51-14 at halftime and never looked back.

Lighthouse Christian running back Brandon Houser was a force, as he racked up 172 yards and three touchdowns on 11 rushes. Quarterback Connor Holloway completed just three passes on the night, but they went for 123 yards and two touchdowns. Jordan Bradshaw caught all three of Holloway’s completions.

Lighthouse Christian (1-1) next hosts Richfield, and Hansen (0-1) travels to Carey.

Lighthouse Christian 68, Hansen 22

Lighthouse Christian 28 23 12 0 —63

Hansen 0 14 0 8 —22

First Quarter

LC – Butler 8 run

LC – Houser 18 run

LC – Holloway 1 run

LC – Bradshaw 56 pass from Holloway

Second Quarter

H – 1 run

LC – Bradshaw 55 pass from Holloway

LC – Safety

LC – House 37 run

LC – Cornwell 60 run

H – 98 kickoff return

Third Quarter

LC – Houser 30 run

LC – Bradshaw 52 pass

Fourth Quarter

H—Run

Minico 55, Century 35

RUPERT – Minico senior running back Larry Vega rushed for 233 yards on 27 carries and scored on a 15-yard run to lead the Spartan offense in the win over the visiting Diamondbacks. Senior quarterback John Perrigot completed 12-of-17 attempts for 178 yards and connected with Colter May for 24 yards for a score.

Nicky Caldera was the leading receiver with six catches for 79 yards followed by Regen Povlsen with four receptions for 61 yards. May also had a 98-yard kickoff return and scored twice on runs of one and six yards. Francisco Paz added to the Spartan scoring with a 75-yard interception return and Tim Miller had two scoring runs of five and 11 yards. Minico finished with 490 yards rushing and 178 passing.

Minico (1-1) travels to Burley on Friday.

Minico 55, Century 35

Century 14 7 0 14-35

Minico 19 23 6 7 -35

First quarter

C – Colten Turner 4 run (Slack kick) 9:59

M – Tim Miller 5 run (McKay Chandler kick) 7;56

C – McKinley 2 run (Slack kick) 2;13

M – Colter May 98 kickoff return (kick failed) 2:03

M – Miller 11 run (kick failed):34

Second quarter

M – May 24 pass from John Perrigot (Miller run) 8:05

M – Larry Vega 15 run (May run) 7:04

C – Fleischmann11 pass from McKinley (Slack kick) 3:30

M—May 1 run (Chandler kick):02

Third quarter

M – May 6 run (kick failed) 6:49

Fourth quarter

M – Francisco Paz 75 interception return (Chandler kick) 9:16

C – Adamson 18 pass McKinley (Slack kick) 6:15

C – Williams 23 pass McKinley (Slack kick) 2:32

Dietrich 32, Murtaugh 18

DIETRICH – Dietrich staved off the upset-minded Red Devils behind a strong second half Friday. Murtaugh led 12-6 at halftime, but the Blue Devils’ defense held Murtaugh’s offense in check, and the Blue Devils found success on the ground in the second half.

Dietrich freshman quarterback Brady Power completed 9 of 20 passes for 208 yards, and Kade Shaw and Ragyn Robertson combined for 20 carries and 169 yards on the ground. Murtaugh rushed for 204 yards as a team.

Dietrich (1-1) next travels to Castleford, and Murtaugh (0-1) travels to Camas County.

Dietrich 32, Murtaugh 18

Dietrich 0 6 12 14 —32

Murtaugh 0 12 0 6 —18

Carey 52, Camas County 6

FAIRFIELD – Carey had no problem taking care of business in week two at Camas County, as the Panthers led 36-6 at halftime and began to establish a running game after quarterback Houston Hennefer’s record-setting passing game last week.

“We played well. We got the run game going, which we needed to work on,” said Carey head coach Lane Kirkland.

The Panthers accumulated 261 rushing yards on the night, and 193 yards through the air.

Carey (2-0) next hosts Hansen, while Camas County (0-1) hosts Murtaugh next Friday.

Carey 52, Camas County 6

Carey 16 20 16 0 —52

Camas County 0 6 0 0 —6

First quarter

C – Ruiz 8 run (Ruiz run)

C – Mecham 7 run (Mecham run)

Second Quarter

CC – Kramer 41 pass from Smith (run failed)

C- Koudelka 58 run (run failed)

C – Mecham 24 pass from Hennefer

C – Mecham 34 pass from hennefer (Hennefer run)

Third Quarter

C – Mecham 42 run (Ruiz pass from Hennefer)

C – Smith 75 pass to Parke (Simpson run)

Other Scores

Canyon Ridge 14, Ridgevue 7

Jerome 27, Wood River 23

Valley 60, Kamiah 20

Rimrock 28, Shoshone 20

Aberdeen 58, Wendell 0

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