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Roundup: Sandpoint crushes Century in state playoffs

 Kyle Perry rushed for 214 yards on 18 carries and scored two touchdowns to guide Sandpoint to a 56-7 rout of Century in the opening round of the Idaho 4A state playoffs Friday night in Sandpoint.

Century scored the first touchdown of the game, then Sandpoint scored the next 49 points.

Bulldogs quarterback Nate Loutzenhiser threw for 228 yards and two touchdowns.

Sandpoint (6-4) will play Blackfoot next weekend in the quarterfinals. Blackfoot had a first-round bye.

Northeast 2B

Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 27, Colfax 25: The Broncos forced a fumble late in the fourth quarter, ran out the clock, and escaped with a win over the host Bulldogs. The win gave LRS (9-0, 9-0) the outright league title. LRS, the defending State 2B champions, fell behind 13-0 in the first half and had to rally after halftime to preserve an undefeated record. Lind-Ritzville/Sprague’s Jacob Saetre passed for a touchdown and returned an interception for another in the fourth quarter. Colfax’s Keith Gfeller hauled in an 82-yard pass from Mark Webber in the fourth to bring the Bulldogs within two points. The pass on the ensuing 2-point possession fell incomplete.

Webber finished with 244 yards through the air and three touchdowns, but he also had three interceptions.

Colfax (6-3, 6-3) finished fourth in the league standings.

Northwest Christian 41, Springdale 30: Nathan Sander scored three touchdowns to power the Crusaders (3-6, 3-6) past the host Chargers (2-7, 2-7). Springdale was led by D.J. Swagger, who also scored three touchdowns. Northwest Christian will play at DeSales and Springdale at Asotin in crossover games next weekend.

Wilbur-Creston 47, Kettle Falls 12: Trystan Rosman completed 21 of 29 passes for 339 yards and four touchdowns and the Wildcats (4-5, 4-5) dumped the host Bulldogs (1-8, 1-8). Wilbur-Creston’s Alex Putman added 209 yards on 15 carries and two touchdowns. Kettle Falls was led by Brady Hansen, who ran for 111 yards on 20 carries. Wilbur-Creston will play LRS next weekend.

Liberty 40, Tekoa-Rosalia 19: Jake Kasinger ran for three scores – all coming in the first quarter – and the Lancers (5-4, 5-4) dumped the Timberwolves (0-9, 0-9) in Tekoa. Josh Larsen-Nowland added 171 yards rushing and two scores for Liberty, which led 27-6 after the first quarter. Tekoa-Rosalia’s Eli Richardson had an 80-yard kickoff return and a 75-yard touchdown run. Liberty will play Waitsburg-Prescott in a play-in game next weekend. Tekoa-Rosalia’s season is over.

Great Northern

Clarkston 35, West Valley 14: Blake Rimmelspacher ran for three touchdowns, A.J. Davis threw for two scores and the Bantams (8-1, 3-1) claimed the GNL title with a win over the host Eagles (5-4, 2-2). Clarkston went ahead 21-0 in the first half, putting West Valley in a hole it couldn’t climb out of. Rimmelspacher finished with 183 yards on 27 carries and Davis threw for 154 yards on 17-of-28 passing.

Cheney 45, Pullman 21: Ty Graham ran for 84 yards and a touchdown and Keenan Williams hauled in two touchdown passes as the Blackhawks (6-3, 2-2) routed the visiting Greyhounds (3-6, 1-3). Pullman scored the game’s first touchdown, then Cheney scored the next 45 points. Pullman quarterback Mason Petrino completed 20 of 35 passes for 145 yards and a touchdown.

Northeast A

Colville 46, Lakeside (WA) 14: Colton Vining racked up 257 yards on 23 carries and scored four touchdowns and the Indians (9-0, 7-0) secured the NEA title with a rout of the visiting Eagles (7-2, 5-2). Journy Young added 110 yards on 18 carries and a touchdown. Lakeside quarterback Cameron Gay completed 30 of 40 passes for 339 yards and two touchdowns.

Riverside 48, Newport 7: John Coppock ran for 245 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries to guide the Rams (3-6, 2-5) past the visiting Grizzlies (1-8, 0-7). Rams quarterback Andrew Kramer threw for two second-half scores and ran for two more touchdowns.

Northeast 1B North

Republic 33, Cusick 30: Aaron Fritz threw for three scores and Angelo Rivera, and Alex Rivera scored two touchdowns apiece as the Tigers (8-1, 5-0) edged the host Panthers (8-1, 4-1) to secure first place in the league. Alec Bluff hauled in a 92-yard pass from Tyson Shanholtzer late in the fourth quarter to bring Cusick within three points, but the Panthers couldn’t come any closer.

Inchelium 46, Northport 8: Ed Stensgar threw for three scores and ran for two more as the Hornets (5-5, 3-3) dumped the host Mustangs (0-9, 0-6). Northport’s lone touchdown came on a 21-yard run by Dylan Owings in the fourth quarter.

Selkirk 50, Curlew 22: Dominic Cain ran for 127 yards on just nine carries and scored five touchdowns to power the Rangers (5-3, 3-2) past the visiting Cougars (2-7, 1-4). The win gave Selkirk sole possession of third place in the league standings.

Northeast 1B South

Odessa-Harrington 54, Almira/Coulee-Hartline 8: The Titans (8-1, 5-0) secured the outright league title with a rout of the Warriors (1-8, 0-5) in Coulee City. Odessa-Harrington’s Sage Elder and Gavin Elder combined for 272 rushing yards and six touchdowns. ACH was led by Charles Hunt, who ran for 212 yards on 37 carries and a touchdown.

Southeast 1B

St. John-Endicott 58, LaCrosse-Washtucna 8: Jimmy Hollingshead and Wilson Lundberg scored four touchdowns apiece to guide the Eagles (3-6, 3-4) to a rout over the host Tigercats (0-5, 0-3). Hollingshead had two rushing scores, one receiving touchdown and returned an interception for another score. Lundberg ran for 179 yards on 11 carries and four rushing scores.

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