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Breaking News!!!

March 28th, 2014
Oneida County Sheriff's Deputy Justin Schwartz follows the vehicle involved in the low-speed chase this afternoon.

Oneida County Sheriff’s Deputy Justin Schwartz follows the vehicle involved in the low-speed chase this afternoon.

A low-speed chase occurred in town on South Main, 90 South, 100 West, and Reynolds Street. Deputy Justin Schwartz was in pursuit and followed the driver for a little while before backing off the pursuit. The driver continued to drive in circles before the chase came to a halt on Reynolds Avenue, when the driver of the vehicle rear-ended another vehicle that was stopped at the stop sign at the intersection of Reynolds and South Main. Sergeant Doug Williams also assisted Deputy Schwartz. Further details will be released in next week’s Idaho Enterprise.

Deputy Justin Schwartz checks out damage at the end of the low-speed pursuit this afternoon at the intersection of Reynolds Avenue and South Main.

Deputy Justin Schwartz checks out damage at the end of the low-speed pursuit this afternoon at the intersection of Reynolds Avenue and South Main.

Malad Dragons wrestling brings home 2A State Championship

March 6th, 2014

Dragons also earn Academic State Champion trophy

The Malad High School wrestling team claimed the 2A Idaho State Wrestling Championship held Friday and Saturday, February 28 and March 1, in the Idaho  Center in Nampa.

The Dragons show off their 2A State Championship Banner and trophy. The team also brought home the Academic State Championship for 2A for the second year in a row. Pictured are  (front, left to right) Carson McClain, Manager Bree Moon, Manager Shelby Udy, Robert Wray, Drew Heyder, Dallin Ward, Tucker Hess, Manager Paige Peabody, Derek Checketts, Chet Potter, Rhett Daniels, (back) Coach Devin Morrison, Coach Allen Edwards, Manager Kelbie Edwards, Gabe Cobabe, Brooks Bowman, Cal Willie, Logan Atkinson, Dallin Atkinson, Coach Nathan Eliason, Jayden Moon, Eric Eliason, Brock Udy, Coach Eric Fanning, Spencer Ward, Hazen Smith, Austin Atkinson, Wyatt Martin, Coach Nathan Whipple. Not pictured are Chase Davis, Hayden Peterson, Tristen Chelette, Joel McDonald, Matt Quinn, Michael Gallegos, Alex Saunders and Hugo Ramos.

The Dragons show off their 2A State Championship Banner and trophy. The team also brought home the Academic State Championship for 2A for the second year in a row. Pictured are (front, left to right) Carson McClain, Manager Bree Moon, Manager Shelby Udy, Robert Wray, Drew Heyder, Dallin Ward, Tucker Hess, Manager Paige Peabody, Derek Checketts, Chet Potter, Rhett Daniels, (back) Coach Devin Morrison, Coach Allen Edwards, Manager Kelbie Edwards, Gabe Cobabe, Brooks Bowman, Cal Willie, Logan Atkinson, Dallin Atkinson, Coach Nathan Eliason, Jayden Moon, Eric Eliason, Brock Udy, Coach Eric Fanning, Spencer Ward, Hazen Smith, Austin Atkinson, Wyatt Martin, Coach Nathan Whipple. Not pictured are Chase Davis, Hayden Peterson, Tristen Chelette, Joel McDonald, Matt Quinn, Michael Gallegos, Alex Saunders and Hugo Ramos.

Malad earned 149 points to claim the big win. Firth finished second with 147 points. Challis claimed the third place trophy with 136 points.

Malad knew before they headed off to state that they had won the Academic State Championship for the second year in a row. This is based off the grades of each of the wrestlers compared with all the other teams in the state. It is a great accomplishment for a team to win it two years in a row.

Malad also went into the tournament tied for the most wrestlers competing with 15. It would take every one of those wrestlers and every win they could muster, along with every pin and major decision, to help them claim the State Championship. Malad and Firth went back and forth the entire weekend. It came down to the final match of the tournament.

Malad had two wrestlers finish with the second place medal. Drew Heyder at 106 pounds and Dallin Ward at 113 both fought their way to a second place finish. Both wrestlers are sophomores.

Malad had four wrestlers claim the fourth place medal. Hazen Smith at 98 pounds, Brock Udy, at 106 pounds, Derek Checketts at 132 pounds, and Eric Eliason at 152 pounds each finished in fourth place. Checketts and Eliason are junior wrestlers. Udy is a sophomore and Smith is a freshman.

Chet Potter claimed the fifth place medal at 98 pounds. He is a freshman this season.

A sixth place medal was presented to senior Carson McClain at 120 pounds.

It took all 15 wrestlers to earn this state championship for the Dragons.

Drew Heyder, at 106 pounds, started off with a bye. He then beat A. Pair, then defeated T.J. Stokes of West Side. He fell in the Championship round to L. Austin by major decision.

Dallin Ward, at 113 pounds, beat Matt Arellano with a 2:38 pin. He then beat Ty Eliason of West Jefferson with a 7 – 0 decision. He beat Matthew Barfuss with a 5 – 0 decision before falling in the Championship to K. Mora of Challis.

Hazen Smith started with a bye. He then pinned Britton Bedke of Oakley in just 19 seconds. He lost by pin to Radney Smith of Ririe in 4:24 and then defeated T.J. Speers of Declo by pin. He fell to Joshua D’Orazio of Challis in an 8 – 4 decision to win the fourth place medal.

Brody Udy, at 106 pounds, defeated Gage Mitchell from St. Maries by pin in 5:52. He lost to G. Anderson of Raft River by an 11 – 0 major decision. He then beat Mathew Mazaier of Declo by a 7 – 3 decision. He pinned Zack Matthew of Wendell and then beat T.J. Stokes of West Side by a 6 – 2 decision. He lost to Gary Anderson by a 10 – 1 major decision to earn 4th place.

Derek Checketts, at 132 pounds, pinned Zumwalt from Grangeville by a 1:15 minute pin. He then pined Austin Anderson of Aberdeen in 1:34. He lost to John Nunnelee of Declo, who eventually won second, by a 6 – 1 decision. He then beat C. Wallen of Potlatch by pin to advance to the third/fourth place match. He lost to Martindale of North Fremont by a 4 – 3 decision.

Eric Eliason, at 152 pounds, pinned Jordan Sharp of North Fremont. He then pinned Hunter McWilliams of Prairie in just two minutes. He then lost to T. Schwartz of Orofino by a close 3 – 2 decision. Schwartz finished in second. Eliason then beat L. Mitton of Oakley by a 14 – 5 major decision. He then lost in the third/fourth place to Z. Anderson of Ririe, again in a close 3 – 2 match.

Chet Potter, at 98 pounds, finished in fifth. He lost to Spencer Anderson of Raft River. He then had a bye. He beat Britton Bedke of Oakley by a 2:21 pin. He then lost to Joshua D’Orazio of Challis by a 16 – 3 decision. He then beat T.J. Speers of Declo by a 4 – 1 decision to get fifth place.

Carson McClain claimed the sixth place medal. He started off by pinning Cody Barrett of Marshing in 1:12. He then pinned Sebastian Salazar of Challis. He lost by a 14 – 1 decision against Rob Pair who went on to claim second place. He then lost to Calvin Korom of Oakley in a 13 – 11 decision. He fell to Sebastian Salazar by a 12 – 4 major decision.

Dallin Atkinson, at 113 pounds, lost in his first match to Bill Godfrey by technical fall. He then beat Kellie Hartman of Prairie by a pin. He then beat W. Wells of Oakley before falling to Ty Eliason of West Jefferson by a 13 – 0 major decision.

Calvin Willie, at 126 pounds, started off with a pin against Cody Edwards of St. Maries in 3:59. Willie was close to pinning T.J. Thacker of Ririe but fell in a 13 – 5 major decision. He rebounded and came back to beat Austin Street by a 6 – 0 decision. He was eliminated from the tournament when he lost to Cody Svedin with a 1:51 pin. Svedin went on to win fifth.

Logan Atkinson, at 120 pounds, lost by technical fall to Korom of Oakley. He then defeated J.Lauren by a 13 – 4 major decision before falling to Salazar, who went on to win fifth.

Tucker Hess, at 138 pounds, lost to Blaine Phillips in the first round. He then beat B. Miller of Potlatch by pin. He then lost to Norton of St. Maries by a 7 – 3 decision.

Gabe Cobabe, at 145 pounds, started off by beating Dominic Branze of Wallace 12 – 7. He then fell to C. Romero of North Fremont, who finished in fourth. He then fell to C. Roberts of Glenns Ferry by a 10 – 1 major decision.

At 195 pounds, Brooks Bowman fell to Anthony Benavidez with a 38 second pin. He then beat Wes Harris of New Plymouth by a 19 second pin. He was then pinned by R. Gomez of Raft River by a 1:30 minute pin.

Rhett Daniels, at 220 pounds, lost to Cody Burch, who finished in fourth place, by a 20 second pin. He then had a bye. He then lost to Kolby Amy of West Jefferson by a 41 second pin.

Malad was in charge of their destiny going into the championship round. They had two wrestlers competing and a 10-point lead over Firth. Firth had three wrestlers in the finals. Malad lost both of their championship matches to tough opponents, so Firth controlled the Dragon’s destiny. Firth won their Championship match at 145 pounds. Malad led by just six points. Firth lost at 160 by a 2 – 1 decision, which allowed Malad to hold their six-point lead. Then came the Brewerton/Riggs match. With Brewerton not pinning, Malad won the State Championship by just two points.

“It was really tough to sit there and watch, knowing that if Firth pinned in the last match, we would tie for the state championship because there is no tiebreaker at the state level,” said Coach Devin Morrison. “When the Firth kid won by decision, the stress was gone and the celebration began. The kids were so elated that their hard work paid off and they were able to celebrate with their friends, teammates, coaches, and parents. We had a great crowd and they stuck it out the entire weekend. It was highly stressful as we watched every match, knowing that Firth was in control of their own destiny and we couldn’t control ours. We lost some really tough matches but the kids fought hard and pushed through and I couldn’t be more proud. Every individual scored vital points for us, and it was a complete team effort. This year was exactly identical to our last championship in 2009 as we had no individual champions in either year.”

Morrison continued, “To my wrestlers, you are all so very special to the coaching staff. We love you guys. You deserve this title. You all gave me your all, and that is why you are champions. Wrestling takes hard work, dedication, and heart. And no team has ever given more than you 28 men. The coaches are so very proud of you. We hope wrestling has helped you to always strive for the impossible and never ever give up. Thanks again men for the memories!”

Morrison also expressed appreciation for his fellow coaches, the parents who supported the team, and his stats girls as well. He also thanked the community for their support for these boys.

Coaching the State Champs this season were the following: head coach, Devin Morrison; assistant coaches, Allen Edwards, Nate Eliason and Eric Fanning.

 

MHS Featured Football Player of the Week: Brooks Bowman, Senior Offensive Lineman

October 24th, 2013

This week’s featured player is senior offensive lineman Brooks Bowman.

#79 Brooks Bowman makes a block for #16 KC Snyder last week against Soda Springs.

#79 Brooks Bowman makes a block for #16 KC Snyder last week against Soda Springs.

Brooks gives everything he has when he steps onto the field for the Dragons, and excels in the weight room and works hard on the practice field. He also is the guy to bring the best out of his teammates.
Head coach Coda Tchida said, “Brooks is a great team player. He works so hard and gives us all he has day in and day out. He helps us a lot in the running game with his great blocking and also helps protect our quarterback. We need Brooks to step up and play great and he has done that every game this season.”

Coming off of another tough loss to district opponent Soda Springs, the

Dragons find themselves yet again in a must-win game tonight in Aberdeen. Brooks noted that this is do or die for the Dragons team and potentially the last time the 10 seniors will be on a football field together. “We have to go out and play a perfect game tonight in Aberdeen if we want to continue playing this year. We have to play defense like we played against Soda and our offense will keep performing at a high level. I know we can go far in the playoffs if we get there, so this is a must-win game for us,” Bowman said.

The Dragons find themselves in a similar predicament as the previous two years. For the third straight year they have lost their first two district games and needed to win their third game to vie for a playoff spot out of the tough 2A southeastern district. It all starts with a win tonight in Aberdeen. “Beating Aberdeen gives us a shot at making the playoffs. If we go out and do our jobs, I know we can make the playoffs and go deep into the playoffs,” Brooks continued.

The Dragons can make the playoffs in two scenarios, but both start with a win

#79 Brooks Bowman makes a key block for #16 KC Snyder as #6 Griffin Green looks on.

#79 Brooks Bowman makes a key block for #16 KC Snyder as #6 Griffin Green looks on.

tonight in Aberdeen. With a Dragons win and a loss by Soda Springs in West Side, Aberdeen, Malad and Soda will all have records of 1-2 and will fight it out for the remaining two playoff spots in a Kansas City tie-breaker like the past two seasons. However, if Malad wins and Soda beats West Side, Aberdeen is out and Malad is in as the third place team in the district.

“We need to go out and control our own destiny and get a win against Aberdeen and not worry about what happens in the West Side versus Soda game. We need to step up and take care of business and everything else will fall into place,” Bowman finished.

Malad heads to Aberdeen for the last regular season game of the year for the 2013 Dragons. So get on your Malad gear and get over to Aberdeen and cheer on Brooks and the Dragons when they kickoff tonight at 7:00 p.m.

The Idaho Enterprise is proud to sponsor the MHS Featured Football Player of the Week. Go Dragons!!!

The Idaho Enterprise is proud to sponsor the MHS Featured Football Player of the Week. Go Dragons!!!

Dylan Thorpe wins final football contest

October 24th, 2013

Dylan Thorpe won first place in the final week of The Idaho Enterprise Football Contest correctly predicting 21 winning teams. Second place went to Darin Hess who predicted 19 winning teams. High team score for the week was tallied by Shelley who scored 49 points against South Fremont. Dylan will take home $15 for first place and Darin will take home $10 for second. Thanks to all who participated in this year’s contest. Scores for last week’s games follow below.

K-C Oil
Murtaugh 28 @ Grace 20
Raft River 36 @ Butte County 20

Cordingly Pump & Irrigation
Malad 13 @ Soda 20
Aberdeen 0 @ West Side 28

Ward Feed & Seed
Ririe 20 @ Salmon 55
Firth 45 @ North Fremont 6

Malad Drive In
Bear Lake 34 @ American Falls 0
Snake River 21 @ Marsh Valley 14

Do It Best Hess Lumber & Home Center
Shelley 49 @ South Fremont 0
Sugar-Salem 24 @ Teton 20

Thomas Market
Preston 14 @ Pocatello 20
Bonneville 7 @ Century 31

Evans Co-op True Value
Madison 28 @ Blackfoot 20
Hillcrest 22 @ Idaho Falls 28

ATC Communications
Nevada 17 @ Boise St. 34
Utah St. 45 @ New Mexico 10

Dude Ranch Café
Montana St. 34 @ Weber St. 16
Idaho St. 30 @ Northern Arizona 39

Thomas Electric & Furniture
Florida 17 @ Missouri 36
UCLA 10 @ Stanford 24

Flags West Truck Stop
Auburn 45 @ Texas A&M 41
Cincinnati 27 @ Detroit 24

Allen Drug & Variety
Denver 33 @ Indianapolis 39
Dallas 17 @ Philadelphia 3

Griffiths OK Tire
Houston 16 @ Kansas City 17
St. Louis 15 @ Carolina 30

MHS Featured Football Player of the Week Josh Jensen, Senior Wide Receiver and Defensive End

October 17th, 2013

Josh Jensen is one of ten seniors for the 2013 Malad High School Dragons

Josh Jensen (#2) and Brett Roedl (#18) cover a Marsh Valley reception in the Dragons first game of the year.

Josh Jensen (#2) and Brett Roedl (#18) cover a Marsh Valley reception in the Dragons first game of the year.

football team. He is 5’9″ 150 pounds and plays wide receiver and defensive end for the Dragons. He works hard in the weight room, at practice and during games. Josh also participates in basketball and baseball for Malad High School.

Head Coach Coda Tchida loves everything Jensen brings to the field for the Dragons. He Said, “Josh, like the rest of our seniors, gives us 110% at all times. He will do what needs to be done in order to push his teammates to be the best they can be both on and off the field. He is the type of kid who will play any position that the coaches ask him to play and he can pretty much fill in wherever he is needed.”

The Dragons are coming off a tough home loss to district rival West Side and have been preparing for another tough district opponent in Soda Springs this week at practice. “This week we focused on

Josh Jensen catches a pass against Marsh Valley in late August.

Josh Jensen catches a pass against Marsh Valley in late August.

getting back to the basics and playing sound, fundamental football,” Jensen said. “Our offense has been playing well all season, but our defense has not been able to stop anybody. We have been working on tackling and staying low and we know we have to go out and do both of those exceptionally well in order to stay alive in our district,” he continued.

Jensen also mentioned that the main focus this week will be stopping Soda’s offense. He said, “It all starts with creating turnovers and forcing three and outs on the defensive side of the ball. We have to stay disciplined and do our jobs this week. We want to stay in the hunt for a district title, so beating Soda is a must; it is do-or-die this week.”

Malad and Soad Springs will kickoff on Friday at 7:00 p.m. in Soda Springs. Come out and watch Josh and the Dragons in a must-win district matchup.

The Idaho Enterprise is proud to sponsor the MHS Featured Football Player of the Week. Go Dragons!!!

The Idaho Enterprise is proud to sponsor the MHS Featured Football Player of the Week. Go Dragons!!!

American Legion to send care packages to service members stationed overseas

October 17th, 2013

The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 65 in Malad is putting together a care package drive for our troops overseas.  The public is asked to show their appreciation for the troops by donating items.  The Auxiliary is asking the public to donate items such as instant coffee, tea bags, powered creamer, powered Gatorade, pre-sweetened Kool-Aid, beef jerky, granola bars, dried fruit, snack-size crackers, chips, individually wrapped hard candy, suckers, mints, gum, sunflower seeds, baby wipes, disposable razors, eye drops, hand sanitizer, sun block, non-aerosol deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrushes, floss, lip balm, q-tips, tissue, bandages, nail clippers, combs, magazines, newspapers, crossword puzzles, playing cards, wash cloths, bandanas, socks, etc.

A donation box has been placed at the Malad Senior Center and the Auxiliary is also accepting monetary donations to go towards purchasing items and to help cover shipping costs to our troops overseas. The Auxiliary is also asking for addresses of local service members who are stationed overseas. For further information or to have donation items picked up, please call Marcia Stocks at 766-2424. All monetary donations can be sent to Tiffany Jones c/o American Legion Auxiliary Unit 65, 420 South Main Street, Malad, ID 83252.

Football Pick ‘em Contest Week 8

October 17th, 2013

1st Place = $15 2nd Place = $10

1. Predict the winners of 26 games listed below. Indicate the winners by sending a PRIVATE MESSAGE to The Idaho Enterprise’s Facebook Inbox or by email to classifieds@atcnet.net. No score is needed – just pick the winners.

2. In case of a tie, pick a number that you think will be the highest number of points scored by any one team listed in the games below.

3. One entry allowed to each contestant. Entires must be submitted no later than 5:00 p.m. on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18TH.

4. In the event of a first place tie, the winners will split the $25 prize pot, and no second place will be awarded. In the event of a second place tie, the $10 prize will be split.

Week 8 Games:

Murtaugh @ Grace
Raft River @ Butte County
Malad @ Soda Springs
Aberdeen @ West Side
Ririe @ Salmon
Firth @ North Fremont
Bear Lake @ American Falls
Snake River @ Marsh Valley
Shelley @ South Fremont
Sugar-Salem @ Teton
Preston @ Pocatello
Bonneville @ Century
Madison @ Blackfoot
Hillcrest @ Idaho Falls
Nevada @ Boise St.
Utah St. @ New Mexico
Montana St. @ Weber St.
Idaho St. @ N. Arizona
Florida @ Missouri
UCLA @ Stanford
Auburn @ Texas A&M
Cincinnati @ Detroit
Dallas @ Philadelphia
Denver @ Indianapolis
Houston @ Kansas City
St. Louis @ Carolina

Royce Jones wins football contest

October 17th, 2013

Royce Jones won first place in The Idaho Enterprise Football Contest correctly predicting 23 winning teams. Second place went to Susan Williams who predicted 21 winning teams. High team score for the week was tallied by Highland who scored 61 points against Skyline. Royce will take home $15 for first place and Susan will take home $10 for second. Scores for last week’s games follow below.

K-C Oil
Soda Springs 21 @ Aberdeen 24
West Side 51 @ Malad 34

Cordingly Pump & Irrigation
Firth 41 @ Salmon 40
Declo 43 @ Valley 12

Ward Feed & Seed
West Jefferson 22 @ Ririe 36
Marsh Valley 14 @ Bear Lake 40

Malad Drive In
American Falls 0 @ Snake River 42
Shelley 27 @ Sugar-Salem 8

Do It Best Hess Lumber & Home Center
Blackfoot 24 @ Hillcrest 6
Preston 12 @ Minico 13

Thomas Market
Highland 61 @ Skyline 14
Boise 14 @ Capital 49

Evans Co-op True Value
Stanford 21 @ Utah 27
Florida 6 @ LSU 17

ATC Communications
Oregon 45 @ Washington 24
Boise St. 34 @ Utah St. 23

Dude Ranch Café
Georgia Tech 20 @ BYU 38
Idaho 24 @ Arkansas St. 48

Thomas Electric & Furniture
Weber St. 0 @ Cal Poly 47
Northern Colorado 26 @ Idaho St. 40

Flags West Truck Stop
Carolina 35 @ Minnesota 10
Philadelphia 31 @ Tampa Bay 20

Allen Drug & Variety
Detroit 31 @ Cleveland 17
Washington 16 @ Dallas 31

Griffiths OK Tire
New Orleans 27 @ New England 30
Tennessee 13 @ Seattle 20

MHS Featured Football Player of the Week: Tanner Lewis, Senior Offensive and Defensive Lineman

October 10th, 2013

Tanner Lewis is one of ten seniors for the 2013 Malad High School Dragons football team. He is a 5’9″ 165 pounds and plays both offensive and defensive line. He works hard both on and off the field and provides strength at his position. Tanner is also participates in cheerleading and works for the City during the summer.

Head Coach Coda Tchida loves everything Lewis brings to the

Tanner Lewis (#63) and Jason Jensen (#56) open up a running lane in a game against Ririe last month. Lewis was chosen as this week's MHS Featured Football Player of the Week sponsored by Dude Ranch Cafe.

Tanner Lewis (#63) and Jason Jensen (#56) open up a running lane in a game against Ririe last month. Lewis was chosen as this week’s MHS Featured Football Player of the Week sponsored by Dude Ranch Cafe.

field for the Dragons. He Said, “Tanner, like the rest of our seniors, gives us 110% at all times. He is a high-energy guy and a great athlete. He pushes himself and his teammates at practice, in the weight room, and during games.”

The Dragons are coming off of a bye week and have been preparing for district rival West Side for the past two weeks. “We always want to go out and get a win against West Side,” Lewis said. “They like to run the ball and are very aggressive on the defensive side of the ball. We have been watching a lot of film and going hard during practice for the past two weeks. We will be prepared to come out in front of our home crowd on Senior Night and get a win,” he continued.

Tanner also noted that Malad’s success starts with the offensive and defensive lines. He said, “Our offense relies on the line to keep our quarterback protected and to get our run game going. We have to be on top of our game against a very aggressive West Side defense in order to be successful Friday night. On the defensive side of the ball we have to take on blocks and stuff the run game, and that all starts with the defensive line pushing the opponents’ offensive line back.”

This will be Malad’s final regular season home game of the season and the Dragons want to make it a memorable night. “We want nothing more than to go out and beat West Side on Senior Night. It is crazy that the season has gone by so fast already and that this will be the last time the seniors will suit up in front of this crowd under the lights on our home field. We want to go out and perform well on both sides of the ball and get a win,” Lewis finished.

Malad and West Side will kickoff on Friday at 7:00 p.m. in Malad. Come out and watch the game and cheer on Tanner and the Dragons on Senior Night.

Dude Ranch Sponsor

Football Pick ‘em Contest Week 7

October 10th, 2013

 

1st Place = $15 2nd Place = $10

1. Predict the winners of 26 games listed below. Indicate the winners by sending a PRIVATE MESSAGE to The Idaho Enterprise’s Facebook Inbox or by email to classifieds@atcnet.net. No score is needed – just pick the winners.

2. In case of a tie, pick a number that you think will be the highest number of points scored by any one team listed in the games below.

3. One entry allowed to each contestant. Entires must be submitted no later than 5:00 p.m. on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11TH.

4. In the event of a first place tie, the winners will split the $25 prize pot, and no second place will be awarded. In the event of a second place tie, the $10 prize will be split.

Week 7 Games:

Soda Springs @ Aberdeen
West Side @ Malad
Firth @ Salmon
Declo @ Valley
West Jefferson @ Ririe
Marsh Valley @ Bear Lake
American Falls @ Snake River
Shelley @ Sugar-Salem
Blackfoot @ Hillcrest
Preston @ Minico
Highland @ Skyline
Boise @ Capital
Stanford @ Utah
Florida @ LSU
Oregon @ Washington
Boise St. @ Utah St.
Georgia Tech @ BYU
Idaho @ Arkansas St.
Northern Colorado @ Idaho St.
Weber St. @ Cal Poly
Philadelphia @ Tampa Bay
Carolina @ Minnesota
Detroit @ Cleveland
Washington @ Dallas
New Orleans @ New England
Tennessee @ Seattle

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