Eagle, Skyview, BK roll in week 2 of High School football season

Eagle, Skyview, BK roll in week 2 of High School football season »Play Video
The top-ranked teams suffered no setbacks Friday night, for the most part rolling to easy wins.

Eagle 38, Boise 9

Eagle, with junior quarterback J.T. Williams directing the option offense, sent Boise to its first loss of the season.

Capital 26, Mountain View 19

The Eagles recovered a blocked punt for touchdown in the first quarter and spoiled the Maverick's home opener.

Timberline 35, Centennial 34 - 2OT

A bevy of Centennial miscues allowed Timberline to hang around, and Beady Strodtbeck kicked a game-tying field goal in the final seconds to force overtime. After trading touchdowns in the first overtime, Timberline trailed by seven and faced 4th-and-11. Grant Hruby spotted Brady Jones for a touchdown. Kellen Copeland ran in the game-winning two-point conversion and Timberline stunned Centennial.

Rocky Mountain 17, Vallivue 14

The Grizzlies jumped in front early, but Vallivue settled down and kept the game close until the very end. Rocky Mountain improves to 2-0 while the Falcons fall to 0-2.

Borah 33, Meridian 28 - Thursday

Borah scored 26 unanswered points after halftime to stun the Warriors at Dona Larson Park.

Bishop Kelly 72, Jerome 20

Middleton 41, Caldwell 0

Leading 14-0 at halftime, The Vikings took control of the game in the third quarter. Middleton improves to 2-0 in the 4A SIC, 2-1 overall.

Columbia 35, Mountain Home 12

Columbia's Austin Schaffer found Colton Storrs for a second-quarter touchdown and Mario Jenkins drug three Tiger players across the goal line with him for another Wildcat touchdown before halftime in Columbia's first conference win.

Skyview 24, Kuna 10

A Skyview touchdown on a fake field goal broke a ten-all tie in the third quarter and gave the Hawks the momentum necessary to take down the much-improved Kavemen. The win is Skyview's first of the season.

Emmett 12, Nampa 7

Turnovers ruled the day in Nampa as both teams struggled to hang on to the football. An early Bulldog turnover led to a 15-yard touchdown run by Emmett quarterback Dan Garz, and the Huskies never looked back.

Baker, Oregon 56, Payette 14
Ontario, Oregon 19, Weiser 10

Parma 21, Nampa Christian 12

3A Parma came out on top of a back-and-forth game against former 2A conference foe Nampa Christian. The Trojans led 12-7 in the second quarter following a Trevor Lee touchdown pass to Casey Ekmark. Parma responded with 14 unanswered points to get a win for the second time in two seasons.

Other scores from around the State:

Aberdeen 24, N. Fremont 20
Bear Lake 30, South Fremont 6
Butte County 58, Challis 8
Camas County 38, Sho-Ban 14
Cole Valley 10, Valley 8
Council 56, Powder Valley, Ore. 18
Gooding 54, Wendell 6
Grace 64, Shoshone 50
Hagerman 42, Raft River 0
Lighthouse Christian 46, Hansen 30
Mackay 46, Rockland 0
Marsing 25, Oakley 0
Melba 32, Glenns Ferry 26
New Plymouth 26, Nyssa, Ore. 14
Notus 46, Tri-Valley 0
Pocatello 49, Idaho Falls 28
Shelley 16, Hillcrest 13
Skyline 29, Rigby 14
Soda Springs 33, W. Jefferson 6
West Side 33, Layton Christian, Utah 0
Wood River 19, Buhl 12