Ben Ford showed why he’s so well-regarded, Ky McClure had a career-type outing and there were many more standout performances in Week 3 of the Idaho high school football season. (Lead photo by Brian Losness, Nitrophoto Motorsports)
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Landon Cheney, Nampa Christian QB
Threw for 301 yards and two touchdowns by completing 22 of his 38 passes in a 34-12 loss to Gooding.
Casey Cope, Vallivue QB
Logged three touchdowns in the first half of a 41-14 win over Ridgevue, accounting for 319 total yards.
Cash Cowdery, Middleton WR
His quarterback was airing it out and he took advantage. Cowdery caught seven passes for 164 yards and a touchdown.
Jack Dohm and Luke McLaughlin, Coeur d’Alene LB
The state’s most dangerous linebacker corps each returned fumbles for touchdown in the Vikings’ 48-7 win over Lakeland. (PHOTO GALLERY)
Jordan Erickson, Rocky Mountain RB/WR
Accounted for three touchdowns in the Grizzlies’ blowout win over Centennial: an 81-yard kick return, a 65-yard run and an 8-yard pass. (via The Idaho Statesman)
Ben Ford, Eagle QB
He threw for four touchdowns. Accrued 446 passing yards. And his Mustangs throttled No. 6 Mountain View because of it. (READ MORE)
Kyzon Garner, Sugar-Salem QB
Logged four total touchdowns — three through the air and one on the ground (197 total yards of offense) — to lead the defending 3A champs over defending Wyoming state champ Star Valley. (READ MORE)
Rawlin Godfrey, Valley QB
Posted 220 yards through the air and picked up 84 on the ground and two touchdowns in a loss to Ririe, per magicvalley.com.
Demik Hatch, Hillcrest RB
Ran for 140 yards and four touchdowns in Hillcrest’s 42-28 win over Madison.
Brody Hasselstrom, Prairie RB
Logged 276 yards on the ground and four touchdowns in a 54-14 Whitepine League win over Clearwater Valley.
Tommy Hauser, Post Falls WR
Lewiston tried to take away Post Falls’ big-gain slot receiver’s home run looks, so he made them pay on short gains, catching 11 balls for 75 yards, a touchdown run and an interception on defense. (READ MORE)
Zane Helm, Melba RB
Logged 125 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Parma.
Kaysen Isom, Thunder Ridge RB
Angus Jordan, Genesee QB
The sophomore from Colton has Genesee out to a hot 3-0 start coming off of a win over Potlach to secure its first league win in more than a year and surpass its win total last season. Jordan had 364 all-purpose yards (264 passing, 100 running) and two touchdowns.
Hayden Kincheloe, Homedale QB
McClure was the headline. But Kincheloe had a productive night, too, throwing for 227 yards and two touchdowns in a 53-28 loss to Homedale.
Tre Kofe, Hillcrest RB
Rushed for 127 yards and a touchdown in Hillcrest’s 42-28 win over Madison, per the Idaho Falls Post Register.
Kash Lang, Lewiston QB
He’s always a threat on his feet, but Lang had a solid day throwing the ball, passing for 201 yards, running for 93 more with three total touchdowns. (READ MORE)
Elijah Martin, Notus RB
Ran for 142 yards and two scores in a 26-16 win over Horeshoe Bend.
Ky McClure, Middleton QB
A head-turning outing. He threw for 457 yards and five touchdowns by completing 23 of his 35 passes.
Malakai Martinez, Meridian QB
Completed 20 of 28 passes for 270 yards, four touchdowns in a win over defending 4A champ Kuna.
Jack Prka, Coeur d’Alene QB
Threw for 315 yards and four touchdowns on 17 of 21 pass attempts completed.
Trace Stimpson, Melba RB
Led the game in rushing on a night where Melba established its ground game. He finished with 137 yards and a touchdown.
Titus Yearout, Lapwai QB
Accounted for 536 total yards in a 50-6 Whitepine League win over Troy, as reported by The Lewiston Tribune.