Emmett High used a balanced attack and overcame a halftime deficit to beat Timberline in the season opener for both teams. Vallivue: Jayden Moran 3-28, Fox 1-30, Childs 2-15, Caleb Rhoton 1-54. After being down 17-10 at halftime, Emmett scored late in the third quarter following a Timberline fumble to tie the game. RUSHING — Twin Falls: Casperson 22-151, Tate Burch 8-42. SKY — De Monte Horton 26 pass from Storer (kick failed) LAKE — Issac Mc Arthur 87 pass from Siegford (Bell kick) SKY — Horton 11 pass from Storer (Kingston kick) SKY — Jesse Fuentes 24 pass from Storer (Kingston kick) RUSHING — Lakeland: Gatten 11-54.
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De Monte Horton led the scoring onslaught for Skyview with three touchdowns and 187 yards receiving, while Tyler Crowe paced the defense with six tackles. PASSING — Spanish Springs: Frankie Tiernan 8-18-0 74. RECEIVING — Spanish Springs: Jordan Durdick 2-46; Jackson Laduke 3-21.
Jesse Fuentes added three tackles for loss for Skyview.
Caldwell quarterback Chase Burfeind contributed 132 passing yards and 83 rushing yards for the Cougars but was intercepted by Grant Roberts and Caden Draper. Columbia rallied from an early deficit to open the season with a win.
Skyview dominated the first half with five touchdowns and never looked back in its blowout victory over Lakeland, racking up 521 total yards, including 341 through the air.
Dylan Norman recovered two fumbles for Lakeland while Logan Siegford averaged 18.3 yards per attempt on 12 passes. RECEIVING — BK: Foley 2-88, Hibbs 2-53, Kendrick Brasby 5-34.
Issac Mc Arthur and Josh Brandt each had touchdown receptions of over 80 yards. Falcons quarterback Lan Larison passed for 127 yards and added 74 yards and a score on the ground. [Related: Mountain View-Eagle comes down to goal-line stand] Twin Falls got its lone TD in the second quarter on a 47-yard run from Taryn Casperson. After Borah’s Ellis Magnuson returned an interception 78 yards for the first score of the game, Capital posted 34 unanswered points to pull away from its crosstown rival. Junior quarterback Ryan Hibbs completed 17-of-24 passes for 201 yards and one TD, and Sam Sessou-Djokoto racked up 222 rushing yards and a score as the Eagles kept the Lions off the scoreboard in the second and third quarters. The Bulldogs snapped their 14-game losing streak with two touchdown catches from Cade Smith.