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POST REGISTER The Blackfoot High School football team con- tinued its dominating ways, building a big halftime lead and cruising home to a 40-21 4A District 5-6 victory Friday night in Blackfoot. The Broncos led 7-0 after one quarter on a Pacen Hayes 23-yard TD pass to Si Hoskins. They pushed the lead to 13-0 when Damon Bodkin bulled in from the 4. Preston pulled closer on a 28-yard pass from Austin Smellie to Kyle Lords, but Blackfoot scored 27 unan- swered points to take charge. Taylor Pearson had two TD runs in the stretch, one from 12 yards and another from 37. Bodkin added a 12-yard TD run and Hayes connected with Andrew Hatch on a 20-yard strike. Bodkin led a balanced rushing attack with 82 yards on 14 carries. Hayes completed 6 of 12 passes for 80 yards. The Broncos (6-0, 2-0), the top-ranked 4A team in the state, play at Pocatello on Friday. HIGHLAND 38, SKYLINE 15: At Holt Arena, the Highland duo of Tomalli Campbell and Garrett Christensen powered the Rams to a 5A District 5-6 win over Skyline. Two touchdown runs by Christensen and a touchdown pass from Dakota Tillotson to Campbell put Highland up 21-0 after the first quarter. Skyline got on the scoreboard in the second quarter with a 24-yard field goal by Jorge Carmona, but Campbell and Christensen each scored once more to give Highland a 35-3 halftime lead. The Grizzlies outscored the Rams 12-3 in the third quar- ter as David Ames ran in a 7-yard touchdown and Benton Mitchell found Luke Martin for a 12-yard TD reception. That was as close as Skyline would get. Ames led the Grizz in rushing with 51 yards on 13 carries and Martin caught six passes for 99 yards. Mitchell completed 12 of 27 passes for 105 yards, an interception and a touchdown. Christensen led Highland with 119 yards on 18 carries and Campbell had six receptions for 119 yard. Skyline (3-4, 1-2) plays Friday at Madison while Highland (7-0, 3-0) plays at Hillcrest the same night. SUGAR-SALEM 21, TETON 20: At Sugar City, the Diggers won a wild confer- ence game over Teton. Sugar-Salem took a 21-7 lead into halftime thanks to touchdowns by Camry Ingram and A.J. Hansen, but were outscored 13-0 in the second half. Austin Jacobs caught a 26-yard pass from Freeman McCashland to cut the margin to 21-14 in the third quarter. After running in a 1-yard touchdown, McCashland attempted the kick for the extra point to tie the game with 59 seconds remaining in regu- lation, but it failed. Ingram came up big for the Diggers again, catching two passes for 88 yards and two touchdowns and rushing for 39 yards on six carries. Jared Purser led Sugar-Salem in rushing, piling up 111 yards on 24 carries. Quarterback Ethan Arnold rushed for 63 yards on eight carries for the Diggers (4-2, 1-0), who play Friday at Shelley. Josh Phillips led Teton with 141 yards on 23 carries and a touchdown and Justin Wade caught three passes for 27 yards. Teton (1-6, 0-2) plays Friday at Snake River. FIRTH 39, WEST JEFFERSON 14: At Firth, senior Jackson Thompson rushed for 154 yards and three touchdowns on 17 car- ries and caught four passes for 18 yards in the Cougars’ conference win. “He’s reading the blocks and getting downfield and get- ting some speed,” Firth coach Keith Drake said. “I think we’re starting to gel as a team.” Firth led 18-0 at halftime. Drake said the difference for the Cougars was defense, as Firth managed to keep the Panthers off the scoreboard for three quarters. Firth quarterback Brodie Cate completed 9 of 12 passes for 149 yards, three touchdowns and no intercep- tions. Two of his targets were Lucus Orme (three catches, 89 yards, touchdown) and Connor Burkhart (2 catches, 26 yards, two TDs). Rylie Clemens also had 80 yards on three carries for Firth (4-2, 3-0), which hosts North Fremont on Friday. NORTH FREMONT 52, RIRIE 21: At Ashton, fullback/ strong safety Michael Mower continued to contribute in his return from an early-season concussion, rushing for 192 yards and three touchdowns on eight carries in North Fremont’s conference win. North Fremont scored all of its points in the first half and led 52-7 at halftime. “Having him healthy makes a huge difference not just on offense but on the defensive side of things,” North Fremont coach Ben Lenz said of Mower. “He’s kind of our lead- er on the linebackers.” Running back Tanner Oberhansley had another big night, beginning the game with a 90-yard kickoff return and finishing with 138 rushing yards and two TDs on four carries. North Fremont (3-3, 2-0) next plays Friday at Firth. BUTTE COUNTY 65, SHOSHONE 6: At Shoshone, Jeremie Hjelm scored six of Butte County’s nine touch - downs in a nonconference rout of Shoshone. The junior running back rushed for 271 yards on 10 carries. “He comes to play every week,” Butte County coach Sam Thorngren said. The Pirates led 43-6 at half- time and scored another 22 points in the third quarter with a running clock. Thorngren said his team wanted to have a fast start, and that’s what they did Friday. “Boy, we were really hit- ting,” Thorngren said. “We were hitting on both sides of the ball.” Zac Harrell rushed for 160 yards and three touchdowns on five carries and quarter- back Jon Isham rushed for 49 yards on three carries. Butte County (6-0, 2-0) hosts Challis on Friday. MACKAY 34, CLARK COUNTY 8: At Dubois, the Jacob Green-Wes Roscoe duo came up big for Mackay in a conference win over Clark County. Roscoe led the Miners in receiving with seven catches for 112 yards and a touch- down and also had 71 yards and two TDs on 18 carries. Mackay led 20-0 at half- time. “He’s just playing real well right now,” Mackay coach Jack McKelvey said of Roscoe. Quarterback Jacob Green completed 12 of 15 passes for 137 yards, one touchdown and no interceptions. He also rushed for 73 yards on 13 carries and had 13 tackles. McKelvey also commended Klancy Krenka and Naylan Whitworth, who had 15 and 12 tackles, respectively. Mackay (3-3, 1-1) hosts Rockland on Friday. CHALLIS 64, GRACE 6: At Challis, when these two teams met earlier this year, Challis survived with a 78-64 victory. It looked like more of the same was on the way when Grace returned the opening kick for a touchdown to take a 6-0 lead. But it was all Challis after that, behind another big game from senior Brandon Hamilton. The 6-foot-3, 200-pound quarterback ran for 110 yards and three touchdowns, threw for 96, caught a 53-yard TD pass and returned an inter- ception 45 yards for a score. Hamilton’s improved throwing has made things much easier for the offense this fall. “His big thing is he throws the ball so well that it opens the runs for him,” Challis coach Josh Franks said. “He’s a good, tough runner, and he’s fast. Grace (keyed on him running), and we threw it, and that opening things up.” Scott Farr added a fumble recovery for a touchdown, Pete Bradshaw had a TD run and Tristan Stilwaugh threw a TD pass and ran for another for Challis. The Vikings (3-3, 2-1) meet rival Butte County in a key 1A Div. 1 District 5-6 game Friday. NORTH GEM 44, WATERSPRINGS 20: At Bancroft, Watersprings was outscored 20-6 in the third quarter as North Gem pulled away from a tight game to hand the Warriors a confer- ence loss. The Warriors, who entered the game short two starters, trailed 18-14 at halftime, then lost starters Taite Martin and Nathaniel Marlin in the third. Daniel Buell led the Warriors with 137 yards on 11 carries and two catches for 45 yards. Kyson Poletti had 31 yards and two TDs on six carries. Quarterback Mark Mathison completed 4 of 16 passes for 124 yards. Watersprings (1-5, 1-2) plays Friday at Clark County. B y MATT EICHNER prsports@postregister.com RIGBY — When the Rigby High School football team found itself down by a touchdown to Pocatello at the half Friday night, it turned out the Trojans had the Indians right where they wanted them. Rigby’s offense was unstoppable at times, and the defense stiffened in the second half for a key 41-30 4A District 5-6 victory. Rigby scored on six o seven possessions at one point, including a 5:30 span in which the Trojans (3-3, 2-0) scored three straight touchdowns in the third quarter to bury the Indians (3-4, 1-2). Running back Dre Zagula had all three touch- downs in that pivotal third quarter, including a 47-yard touchdown reception on a screen pass from Hayden Livingston that Zagula too down the sideline. Zagula finished with a game-high 136 yards rushing on 19 carries, and a team-high 99 yards receiving. Rigby coach Randy Waite said the halftime adjustments paid off. “I thought we came out after halftime and did real well running the football,” Waite said. “And also we threw a little bit in there. But for the most part our guys decided to they wanted to run the football.” Waite said that Zagula and the running game are key to winning. “He’s really the cata- lyst,” Waite said. The passing game was no less effective, as Living- ston completed 88 percent of his throws, going 14 for 16 with 198 yards and a pair of touchdown passes. Livingston credited the defense’s effort in the second half. “A good offense is nothing without a good defense,” Livingston said. “It takes the pressure of the running game, passing game. So hats off to them.” Livingston also cred- ited the running game with helping the passing game get going. Pocatello led 22-16 at the half before Rigby domi- nated the third quarter. The Trojans tied the game up as Zagula scored the first of his touchdowns in an 8-yard run up the middle. He followed that with his long screen play for the go-ahead touchdown. He followed that up with another 5-yard run. That short touchdown run was the result o an onside kick from the Pocatello 35 yard line. The ball was moved down the field as a result of a pair o 15-yard penalties following the screen pass play. The game was marred by pen- alties on seemingly every play in the second half. Rigby is at Preston next Friday, while Pocatello is at No. 1 Blackfoot the same night. B y PAUL LAMBERT prsports@postregister.com SHELLEY — Richard Hobbs had seen enough. With 81 seconds left in Shelley’s 44-14 Home- coming win over South Fremont, Hobbs yanked senior defensive back Braxton Smith out of Friday night’s game. Moments earlier, Smith had run off the field after scoring his second touch- down via interception. Hobbs, the Russets’ defensive coordinator, rewards any such pick-6 with a steak dinner — and Smith already had two tender rib-eyes coming. “Yeah, he just pulled me out and told me he couldn’t afford any more steak dinners,” Smith said. “I don’t even know where we’re going, but that’s the deal he made us. Yep. Steak dinner.” Smith’s two interception returns capped off a fre- netic fourth-quarter frenzy for Shelley as the Russets turned a 14-10 deficit into a blowout win with 34 points over the final 12 minutes. And though Shelley’s Skyler Fielding was named Homecoming King for the big dance, Shelley’s Friday night royalty were Smith, quarterback Tyler Fred- rickson and tailback Jason Hathaway. Fredrickson threw a TD, ran for another and kicked four extra points. Hathaway had 164 total yards from scrimmage with a pair of fourth-quarter touchdown runs. The first of Hathaway’s touchdowns went for 58 yards on a jet sweep, giving the Russets a breathing room at 24-14 midway through the fourth quarter. “I didn’t see anything but blockers in front of me, and the only reason I got in there was because of them,” Hathaway said. “We had good practices all week and we wanted to show the whole state what Russet football is all about.” The win snaps an un-Shelley like two-game losing streak, giving the Russets an early edge in the race for the Mountain Rivers Conference crown. Shelley went into the half up 10-0 but went three- and-out to start the second half. While Shelley strug- gled, South Fremont founds its footing and put together drives of 76 and 53 yards to score two touchdowns and take a 14-10 lead. Though his team gave up that lead, South Fremont coach Chad Hill was pleased with aspects of his team’s performance. “Our O-line took control in that third quarter, allowing us to use some misdirection and move the ball down field,” Hill said. “Our defense was physical through three quarters, but those big plays broke our back.” South Fremont entered the game 5-1 with its lone loss coming against 3 power Snake River in the opener. The Cougars will have a bye week before hosting Sugar-Salem on Oct. 23 in the regu- lar-season finale. Shelley (4-2) wraps up its MRC schedule at home Friday against Sug- ar-Salem. n Jason Hathaway and Braxton Smith each scored twice in the final 12 minutes to erase a 14-10 S.F. lead Huge fourth quarter snaps Shelley skid B2 Post Register Saturday, October 11, 2014 SPORTS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL HILLCREST 29, BONNEVILLE 13 Bonneville 7 0 6 0 — 13 Hillcrest 7 8 0 14 — 29 First quarter HIL-Crouch 15 run (B. Blakeslee kick) BON-Salter 1 run (M. Garcia kick) Second quarter HIL-Crouch 2 run (M. Pyper run) Third quarter BON-Smith 6 run (T. Handy pass) Fourth quarter HIL-Pyper 80 punt return (B. Blakeslee kick) HIL-Pyper 33 run (B. Blakeslee kick) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - BON, B. Smith 12-33, TD; A. Nakashima 4-11; T. McDonald 4-4; K. Salter 1-1, TD; T. Handy 2-(-6); HIL, M. Pyper 19-142, TD; B. Crouch 12-55, 2 TDs; P. Empey 5-41. PASSING - BON, B. Smith 13-27-1-184; HIL, B. Crouch 7-11-1-72; M. Pyper 1-1-0-26. RECEIVING - BON, Z. Eldredge 4-92; T. Handy 4-40; K. Salter 2-21; J. Howell 1-14; B. Smith 1-3, 3 TDs; HIL, B. Blakeslee 2-32; K. Westergard 3-26; P. Empey 1-8. MADISON 36, IDAHO FALLS 14 Madison 13 13 10 0 — 36 Idaho Falls 0 0 7 7 — 14 First quarter MAD-Stanger 9 run (E. Norton kick) MAD-Stoneberg 22 run (E. Norton failed pass) Second quarter MAD-Stanger 7 run (E. Norton kick) MAD-Stoneberg 30 run (E. Norton failed kick) Third quarter MAD-Crane 15 punt return (E. Norton kick) MAD-Norton 33 field goal (E. Norton ) IF-Dobson 3 run (C. Brower kick) Fourth quarter IF-Thornberry 1 run (C. Brower kick) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - MAD, G. Stanger 15-124, 2 TDs; K. Stoneberg 14-117, 2 TDs; S. Buck 11-58; N. Hepworth 3-1; IF, J. Thornberry 19-87, TD; C. Simon 13-23; B. Witt 1-2; W. Dobson 1-(-1), TD. PASSING - MAD, K. Stoneberg 7-14-2-75; D. Berry 0-2-0-0; IF, J. Thornberry 6-14-0-62. RECEIVING - MAD, K. Parkinson 3-43; J. Crane 3-31; L. Bagley 1-1; IF, B. Witt 3-26; C. Cammack 1-10. HIGHLAND 38, SKYLINE 15 Skyline 0 3 12 0 — 15 Highland 21 14 3 0 — 38 First quarter HI-Christensen 43 run (C. Atkinson kick) HI-Christensen 6 run (C. Atkinson kick) HI-Campbell 5 pass from D. Tillotson (C. Atkinson kick) Second quarter HI-Campbell 77 pass from D. Tillotson (C. Atkinson kick) HI-Christensen 9 run (C. Atkinson kick) SKY-Carmona 24 field goal (C. Atkinson ) Third quarter SKY-Martin 12 pass from B. Mitchell (C. Atkinson failed run) SKY-Ames 7 run (J. Carmona failed kick) HI-Atkinson 22 field goal (J. Carmona ) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - SKY, D. Ames 13-51, TD; A. Peterson 3-8; L. Martin 1-(-4); B. Mitchell 3-(-10); HI, G. Christensen 18-119, 3 TDs; K. Buttars 4-44; D. Tillotson 6-(-17). PASSING - SKY, B. Mitchell 12-27-1-105; A. Peterson 1-1-0-50; K. Harris 1-1-0-15; HI, D. Tillotson 14-26-1-238. RECEIVING - SKY, L. Martin 6-99, TD; A. Peterson 2-22; D. Ames 2-21; T. McConeghy 1-15; K. Harris 2-10; G. Whitehead 1-0; HI, T. Campbell 6-119, 2 TDs; K. Farnsworth 3-70; G. Christensen 4-26; K. Buttars 1-20. RIGBY 41, POCATELLO 30 Pocatello 8 14 0 8 — 30 Rigby 8 8 19 6 — 41 First quarter RIG-Phillips 6 pass from H. Livingston (H. Landon run) POC-Campos 34 pass from B. Kimbrough (C. Brown run) Second quarter POC-Reichelt pass from B. Kimbrough (C. Brown failed run) RIG-Poole 43 fumble recovery (D. Zagula run) POC-Kimbrough 3 run (J. Kampwerth pass) Third quarter RIG-Zagula 5 run (J. Kampwerth failed pass) RIG-Zagula 47 pass from H. Livingston (A. Caudillo kick) RIG-Zagula 8 run (A. Caudillo failed run) Fourth quarter POC-Campos 25 pass from B. Kimbrough (J. Campos pass) RIG-Phillips 3 run (J. Campos failed run) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - POC, C. Brown 9-28; T. Palmer 5-23; T. Belnap 5-22; Q. Dayley 2-14; B. Kimbrough 8-12, TD; RIG, D. Zagula 19-136, 2 TDs; T. Phillips 5-8, TD; M. Anderson 2-6; H. Landon 1-1. PASSING - POC, B. Kimbrough 13-31-0-185; RIG, H. Livingston 14-16-0-198; T. Phillips 1-1-0-14. RECEIVING - POC, J. Campos 3-101, 2 TDs; W. Reichelt 4-32, TD; T. Palmer 3-28; T. Belnap 2-20; Q. Dayley 1-4; RIG, D. Zagula 4-99, TD; H. Landon 4-43; C. Francia 2-31; T. Phillips 4-25, TD. SHELLEY 44, SOUTH FREMONT 14 South Fremont 0 0 14 0 — 14 Shelley 3 7 0 34 — 44 First quarter SHE-Herrera 26 field goal (C. Brower ) Second quarter SHE-Bean 20 pass from T. Fredrickson (T. Fredrickson kick) Third quarter SF-Coverley 1 run (T. Fredrickson failed kick) SF-Barney 20 pass from J. Gonzalez (B. Bartschi pass) Fourth quarter SHE-Fredrickson 5 run (T. Fredrickson kick) SHE-Hathaway 58 run (T. Fredrickson kick) SHE-Hathaway 8 run (T. Fredrickson kick) SHE-Smith 67 interception (T. Fredrickson failed kick) SHE-Smith 41 interception (T. Fredrickson kick) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - SF, D. Huber 13-51; J. Gonzalez 9-16; R. Coverley 6-11, TD; T. Olson 2-9; SHE, J. Hathaway 11-139, 2 TDs; R. Sutherin 9-52; D. Robison 6-44; J. Carranza 3-10. PASSING - SF, J. Gonzalez 7-16-3-103; SHE, T. Fredrickson 6-10-1-101. RECEIVING - SF, G. Remington 1-34; T. Barney 2-28, TD; B. Bartschi 1-27; R. Coverley 1-12; T. Olson 2-2; SHE, T. Bean 2-46, TD; B. Nelson 2-30; J. Hathaway 2-25. NORTH FREMONT 52, RIRIE 21 Ririe 0 7 0 14 — 21 North Fremont 36 16 0 0 — 52 First quarter NF-Nedrow 8 run (L. Nedrow run) NF-Mower 46 run (M. Mower failed run) NF-Mower 60 run (T. Bell failed pass) NF-Oberhansely 65 run (M. Mower run) NF-Oberhansely 90 kickoff return (M. Mower run) Second quarter NF-Oberhansely 32 run (T. Bell ) NF-Mower 13 run (M. Mower run) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - NF, M. Mower 8-192, 3 TDs; T. Oberhansely 4-138, 2 TDs; L. Nedrow 8-49, TD; C. Hess 5-15; J. Moon 3-9; B. Marshall 1-5; S. Bell 1-2. PASSING - NF, S. Dye 1-4-0-5. RECEIVING - NF, T. Bell 1-5. BLACKFOOT 40, PRESTON 21 Preston 0 7 0 14 — 21 Blackfoot 7 26 7 0 — 40 First quarter BF-Hoskins 23 pass from P. Hayes (M. Peterson kick) Second quarter BF-Hatch 20 pass from P. Hayes (M. Peterson kick) BF-Bodkin 11 run (M. Peterson kick) BF-Pearson 12 run (M. Peterson failed pass) BF-Bodkin 4 run (M. Peterson failed kick) Third quarter BF-Pearson 37 run (M. Peterson kick) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - BF, D. Bodkin 14-82, 2 TDs; T. Pearson 4-64, 2 TDs; K. Robinson 4-39; L. Aver- ett 5-35; N. Gregersen 5-33; M. Peterson 2-29; Q. Earley 4-23; P. Hayes 3-12; C. Causey 1-4. PASSING - BF, P. Hayes 6-12-0-80; K. Robinson 2-3-1-9. RECEIVING - BF, J. Hoskins 2-29, TD; M. Peterson 2-24; A. Hatch 1-20, TD; S. Kirkham 2-9; Q. Earley 1-7. NORTH GEM 44, WATERSPRINGS 20 Watersprings 7 7 6 0 — 20 North Gem 6 12 20 6 — 44 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - WAT, D. Buell 11-137; K. Poletti 6-31, 2 TDs; M. Mathison 4-18, TD; B. Hayes 1-15; M. Thompson 2-13; T. Martin 4-11; N. Martin 1-8. PASSING - WAT, M. Mathison 4-16-1-124. RECEIVING - WAT, D. Buell 2-45; K. Poletti 1-44; B. Hayes 1-35. SUGAR-SALEM 21, TETON 20 Teton 0 7 7 6 — 20 Sugar-Salem 7 14 0 0 — 21 First quarter SS-Ingram 6 pass from E. Arnold (J. Baggett kick) Second quarter SS-Ingram 82 pass from E. Arnold (J. Baggett kick) TET-Phillips 56 run (F. McCashland kick) SS-Hansen 7 run (J. Baggett kick) Third quarter TET-Jacobs 26 pass from F. McCashland (F. McCashland kick) Fourth quarter TET-McCashland 1 run (F. McCashland kick) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - TET, J. Phillips 23-141; D. Birch 4-14; A. Jacobs 1-3; F. McCashland 9-(-2), TD; S. Hales 2-(-3); SS, J. Purser 24-111; D. Oster- miller 13-97; E. Arnold 8-63; C. Ingram 6-39; A. Hansen 2-6, TD. PASSING - TET, F. McCashland 7-17-0-3; SS, E. Arnold 2-8-0-88. RECEIVING - TET, J. Wade 3-27; A. Jacobs 1-26; D. Birch 2-(-56); SS, C. Ingram 2-88, 2 TDs. MACKAY 34, CLARK COUNTY 8 Mackay 8 12 8 6 — 34 Clark County 0 0 8 0 — 8 First quarter MAC-Green 11 run (W. Roscoe pass) Second quarter MAC-Roscoe 22 pass from J. Green (E. Buckwalter pass) MAC-Johnson 1 run (W. Roscoe failed run) Third quarter MAC-Roscoe 40 interception (N. Whitworth pass) Fourth quarter MAC-Roscoe 5 run (N. Whitworth failed pass) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - MAC, J. Green 13-73; W. Roscoe 18-71; J. Johnson 17-68. PASSING - MAC, J. Green 12-15-0-137. RECEIVING - MAC, W. Roscoe 7-112; N. Whitworth 3-25; J. Johnson 2-0. FIRTH 39, WEST JEFFERSON 14 Firth 6 12 8 13 — 39 West Jefferson 0 0 0 14 — 14 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - FIR, J. Thompson 17-154, 3 TDs; R. Clemens 3-80; R. Chapman 1-1. PASSING - FIR, B. Cate 9-12-0-149. RECEIVING - FIR, L. Orme 3-89, TD; C. Burkhart 2-26, 2 TDs; J. Thompson 4-18; C. Elkington 1-8; Z. Johnson 1-6. BUTTE COUNTY 65, SHOSHONE 6 Butte County 21 22 22 0 — 65 Shoshone 0 6 0 0 — 6 First quarter BC-Harrell 38 run (C. Coburn kick) BC-Harrell 53 run (T. Whitehead pass) BC-Hjelm 66 run (C. Coburn failed kick) Second quarter BC-Hjelm 8 pass from J. Isham (C. Coburn kick) Shoshone- 65 pass (C. Coburn failed pass) BC-Harrell 51 run (C. Coburn run) BC-Hjelm 2 run (C. Coburn kick) Third quarter BC-Hjelm 72 run (C. Coburn kick) BC-Hjelm 40 interception (C. Coburn kick) BC-Hjelm 60 run (Z. Harrell run) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - BC, J. Hjelm 10-271, 4 TDs; Z. Harrell 5-160; J. Isham 3-49; S. Collins 3-44; A. Buxton 2-19; B. Waymire 2-18; D. Beard 3-(-2). PASSING - BC, J. Isham 1-2-0-8. RECEIVING - BC, J. Hjelm 1-8, TD. CHALLIS 64, GRACE 6 Grace 6 0 0 0 — 6 Challis 16 40 0 8 — 64 First quarter CHA-Hamilton 68 run (Z. Corrigan pass) CHA-Farr 65 fumble recovery (Z. Corrigan pass) Second quarter CHA-Hamilton 53 pass from D. Stillwaugh (J. Olson pass) CHA-Bradshaw 3 run (A. Cutler pass) CHA-Hamilton 45 interception (P. Bradshaw pass) CHA-Hamilton 6 run (A. Cutler pass) CHA-Hamilton 6 run (Z. Corrigan pass) Fourth quarter CHA-Stillwaugh 11 run (M. Runas pass) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - CHA, B. Hamilton 6-110, 3 TDs; D. Stillwaugh 6-65, TD; P. Bradshaw 8-48, TD; W. Naillon 2-28. PASSING - CHA, B. Hamilton 7-11-0-96; D. Stillwaugh 2-3-0-53; J. Plummer 1-1-0-7. RECEIVING - CHA, P. Bradshaw 3-70; B. Hamilton 1-53, TD; Z. Corrigan 4-11; J. Rembelski 1-2. Friday’s scores Bear Lake 20, Aberdeen 8 Bishop Kelly 42, Kuna 10 Blackfoot 40, Preston 21 Buhl 19, Wood River 18 Butte County 65, Shoshone 6 Canyon Ridge 28, Jerome 20 Capital 49, Centennial 7 Carey 54, Dietrich 8 Century 57, Burley 7 Challis 64, Grace 6 Cheney, Wash. 48, Moscow 6 Coeur d’Alene 46, Lewiston 10 Cole Valley 22, McCall-Donnelly 20 Deary 54, Clark Fork 12 Declo 81, Marsh Valley 7 Eagle 55, Vallivue 28 Emmett 28, Homedale 15 Firth 39, W. Jefferson 14 Fruitland 35, Weiser 14 Garden Valley 48, Tri-Valley 28 Glenns Ferry 28, Hagerman 6 Gooding 69, Filer 6 Grangeville 56, St. Maries 8 Highland 38, Skyline 15 Hillcrest 29, Bonneville 13 Horseshoe Bend 54, Notus 18 Idaho City def. Greenleaf, forfeit Kellogg 51, Bonners Ferry 2 Kendrick 50, Kootenai 0 Kimberly 27, Wendell 21 Lake City 40, Post Falls 15 Lakeland 31, Sandpoint 28 Lakeside 40, Mullan 8 Lighthouse Christian 50, Castleford 16 Mackay 34, Clark County 8 Madison 36, Idaho Falls 14 Melba 47, Marsing 21 Meridian 34, Columbia 14 Middleton 43, Caldwell 31 Minico 54, Twin Falls 21 Mountain View 56, Boise 6 N. Fremont 52, Ririe 21 N. Gem 44, Watersprings 20 New Plymouth 27, Nampa Christian 20 Oakley 35, Raft River 34 Orofino 27, Asotin, Wash. 0 Payette 33, Parma 6 Prairie 64, Troy 8 Rigby 41, Pocatello 30 Rocky Mountain 48, Borah 20 Shelley 44, South Fremont 14 Skyview 67, Mountain Home 18 Snake River 53, American Falls 6 Sugar-Salem 21, Teton 20 Timberlake 63, Priest River 0 Timberline-Weippe 30, Lewis County 18 Valley 78, Murtaugh 6 West Side 34, Malad 12 Wilder 63, Rimrock 8 Zagula sparks Trojans to win No. 1 Blackfoot rolls past Preston H igH S cHool F ootball S tatiSticS