Butte County RB Treyton Miller voted the WaFd Bank Idaho High School Athlete of the Week

Congratulations to Butte County running back Treyton Miller for being voted SBLive’s WaFd Bank Idaho High School Athlete of the Week for Nov. 1-7!

The junior racked up 135 yards and a pair of scores on 23 carries in a 42-12 quarterfinal win over Notus.

Miller received 45.38% of the vote, beating out Raft River QB Tate Whitaker who finished second with 37.35%. Coeur d’Alene RB Gunner Giulio finished third with 8.34% and Highland PK Ian Hershey finished fourth with 3.91%. There were over 44,000 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 Nov. 1-7:

Kurtis Adkinson, Gooding QB: Used his legs rather than his arm with 143 yards and two touchdowns, including what proved to be game-winner in a 28-21 quarterfinal win over Timberline.

Tiger Adolpho, Rigby QB: The Weber State commit completed 13-of-17 passes for 271 yards and two touchdowns to get the Trojans to the semis for the third consecutive year in a 41-14 win over Capital.

Payton Beck, Oakley QB: Passed for three touchdowns, while running for another two scores in an 80-36 rout over Genesee in the quarterfinal round.

Cage Brokens, West Side RB: Ran for 156 yards and a touchdown on just three carries, while also having one of the team’s five interceptions in a 48-8 quarterfinal victory over Grangeville for the Pirates’ 30th win in a row.

Ian Duarte, Eagle WR: Tallied a game-high eight receptions for 168 yards and a 72-yard touchdown with two minutes and 35 seconds left in a 23-14 win over Coeur d’Alene for the Mustangs’ first playoff road win since 2009.

Tayten Gillette, Gooding RB: Chalked up 129 yards and a pair of touchdowns on 18 carries in a 28-21 quarterfinal win over Timberline.

Gunner Giulio, Coeur d’Alene RB: Recorded 196 yards and a touchdown on the ground, five receptions and an interception in a 23-14 quarterfinal loss to Eagle.

Carson Harris, Sugar-Salem RB: Made the most of his 12 carries with 101 yards and all three of the Diggers’ touchdowns in a 22-16 come-from-behind quarterfinal win over Marsh Valley.

Ian Hershey, Highland PK: Drilled three field goals, including a state record 58-yarder and a 45-yard game-winner to help erase an 18-point second-half deficit in a 22-21 quarterfinal win over reigning state champion Rocky Mountain.

AJ Hill, North Fremont RB: Galloped for 266 yards on just 16 carries, while also having 66 receiving yards in a 44-38 quarterfinal win over Melba.

Hayden Kincheloe, Homedale RB: Terrorized South Fremont on the ground all day with 256 yard and four touchdowns on 24 carries in a 35-10 quarterfinal win.

Corbin Meisner, Meridian DL: Notched two of the six turnovers the Warriors forced against No. 1 Mountain View with a fumble recovery and an interception in a stunning 35-6 quarterfinal win.

Burton Park, Firth WR: Hauled in a 20-yard touchdown catch in the corner of the end zone on a fourth-and-19 with 30 seconds left in a 20-16 quarterfinal win over Declo.

Ryan Payne, Pocatello QB: Threw for 225 yards and three touchdowns as the Thunder erased an early 14-0 hole in a 28-17 quarterfinal win over Bishop Kelly.

Bry Severe, Oakley RB: Tallied four touchdowns, including two 40-yard plus runs in a 80-36 quarterfinal win over Genesee.

Connor Simpson, Carey RB: Racked up 305 yards and two touchdowns on 26 carries to help the Panthers advance to the semifinals for the eighth year in a row in a 60-14 win over Mullan-St. Regis.

Cy Wareham, Genesee WR: Hauled in 11 catches for 190 yards and a score in the first half before a knee injury sidelined him in the second in a 80-36 quarterfinal loss to Oakley.

Tate Whitaker, Raft River QB: Combined for 338 yards and six touchdowns, including 214 yards and four scores on the ground, in a 63-22 quarterfinal win over Potlatch.

Titus Yearout, Lapwai QB: Put up more than 500 yards of total offense and nine touchdowns himself, including 254 yards and four scores on the ground in a 68-36 quarterfinal win over Prairie, which beat Lapwai 58-26 in the regular season.

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