Middleton RB Thompson Goodfellow voted the WaFd Bank Idaho High School Athlete of the Week

Congratulations to Middleton running back Thompson Goodfellow for being voted SBLive’s WaFd Bank Idaho High School Athlete of the Week for Sep. 6-12!

The senior scored nearly every time he touched the ball. He ran for five TDs and 64 yards on just six carries, while also blocking a punt return for a touchdown in a 70-16 shellacking over Caldwell.

Goodfellow received 44.48% of the vote, beating out Post Falls RB Jacob Sullivan who finished second with 32.83%. Kamiah RB Colton Sams finished third with 8.47% and Lapwai QB Titus Yearout finished fourth with 5.77%. There were over 25,000 votes tallied this week!

We are currently accepting WaFd Bank Player of the Week nominations. If you would like to nominate an athlete, please email regan@scorebooklive.com or message us on Twitter or Instagram at @sbliveid.

Here are the other athletes who were nominated for the week of Sep. 6-12:

Kaylie Kofe, Bonneville volleyball: Kofe had 33 assists, 17 digs, 5 kills and 4 aces in a 3-1 win over Thunder Ridge.

Adee Butler, Century volleyball: Butler had 22 kills, 5 aces and 3 digs in a 3-1 win over Skyline.

Kross Antonnacchi, Meridian RB: Antonnacchi rumbled for 114 yards and two TDs, while also starting the game with a 98-yard kickoff return for a score in a 52-7 dominating win over Timberline.

Adam Ball, Mullan/St. Regis RB: Ball ran for 165 yards and three touchdowns, but that’s not even the most impressive part. He did so on just four carries (41.3 yards per carry) in a 72-20 blowout win over Lakeside.

Max Clark, Capital QB: Clark went 24-of-31 for 346 yards and five TDs as the Eagles cruised to a 41-11 win over Centennial.

Atonio Fifita, Skyview RB: Fifita did it all in the Hawks’ 31-24 win over Boise. He had 154 yards rushing, one TD, four catches, a 61-yard pick-6, six tackles and three sacks.

Taylor Freeman, Rigby WR: Again, when the Trojans needed a spark – the ex-quarterback gave it to them with eight catches for 115 yards and two TDs in a come-from-behind 28-14 victory over defending 4A champion Skyline

DJ Green, McCall-Donnelly RB: Green chalked up 259 rushing yards and four TDs on 24 carries, while also throwing an 18-yard touchdown pass in a 36-16 win over New Plymouth.

Brody Hasselstrom, Prairie RB: Hasselstrom galloped for 227 yards and three TDs as the Pirates steamrolled Clearwater Valley 48-14.

Ryken Echo Hawk, Pocatello RB: Echo Hawk ran for 111 yards and two scores on just 10 carries in a 46-20 win over Jackson Hole (WY).

Cruz Hepburn, Lewiston RB: Hepburn recorded his third consecutive 100-yard game with 150 yards and three TDs as the Bengals blew past Clarkston (WA) 54-13.

Kyan Jesperson, Idaho Falls RB: Jesperson flirted with 200 yards on the ground with 185 and three TDs to lead the Tigers to their first 3-0 start in eight years with a 21-12 win over Thunder Ridge.

Angus Jordan, Genesee QB: Jordan completed 9-of-11 passes for 254 yards and three TDs, while adding 122 yards and two more scores on the ground in a 62-36 win over Potlatch.

Javonte King, Blackfoot WR: King hauled in five receptions for 137 yards and a TD. But the real highlight was his 38-yard Odell Beckham Jr.-esque catch in the third quarter that turned the tide of the game in a 35-21 win over Snake River.

Colten Meyer, Horseshoe Bend QB: Meyer put up 377 yards (253 passing, 124 rushing) and five TDs just by himself. He also racked up a team-high 13 tackles in a 30-26 win over Notus.

Kaimen Peebles, South Fremont QB:  Peebles passed for 241 and three TDs to help the Cougars (3-0) remain unbeaten in a 34-16 win over Aberdeen.

Jrew Plocher, Watersprings QB: Plocher racked up 352 yards of total offense and seven TDs as the Warriors picked up their first win of the season in a 58-12 rout over Mackay.

Colton Sams, Kamiah RB: Sams paved the way for Kubs with 248 yards and four TDs on only 15 carries. He also had eight tackles on defense in a 50-6 rout over Logos.

Jacob Sullivan, Post Falls RB: Sullivan nearly eclipsed the 200-yard mark with a 187-yard, three-TD night as the Trojans downed Moses Lake (WA) 42-26 for their first win of the season.

Jack Whitmer, Highland QB: Whitmer accounted for 332 yards of offense and three passing TDs in a 45-6 rout over rival Century.

Titus Yearout, Lapwai QB: Yearout went 15-of-20 for 220 yards and two TDs, with another 118 yards and two scores coming on the ground in a 58-0 shutout over Troy.

Caden Young, Emmett QB: Young carved up the typically vaunted Bishop Kelly defense with 209 rushing yards and a pair of scores, while also throwing an 18-yard TD pass in a 21-0 blanking.

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