Idaho High School Football: Top Stars, Best Performances in Week 12 of the Fall 2022 Season
Here’s a quick look at some of the top stars and individual performances on the Week 12 roster across the “Gem State.”
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Tytan Anderson, Grace QB: Recorded five of his team’s six total touchdowns, including three through the air, in a 38-12 Class 1A I semifinal win over Kamiah
Rylie Byington, Meridian RB: Had 126 yards and three touchdowns to lead a rushing offense that went 316 yards in a 34-10 Class 5A semifinal win over Mountain View.
Trenton Fisher, Homedale AR: Was a workhorse with 201 yards and four touchdowns on 32 carries in a 35-7 Class 3A semifinal win over defending champion Weiser.
Luke Flowers, Rigby QB: Passed 24 of 32 for 326 yards and a touchdown, while running for two more scores against the state’s second defense in a 34-27 Class 5A semifinal win over Rocky Mountain.
Carson Harris, Sugar-Salem RB: Surpassed the century mark on both rushing (134 yards), including two scores, and receiving (110 yards) with one in a 60-21 Class 3A semifinal win over Teton.
Kendrick QB Ty Koepp: Passed for 304 yards and five touchdowns, while adding 60 yards and two more rushing scores in a 38-8 Division II 1A semi-final win over Castleford.
Bear Lake QB Tayson Neal: Thrown four touchdown passes, including the game-winner in overtime on a fourth pass and a goal from the 5-yard line, in a 28-27 Class 2A semifinal win over three-time defending champion West Side.
Brady Packer, Rigby WR: Was out of control with 152 yards and the game-winning touchdown in a 34-27 Class 5A semifinal win over Rocky Mountain.
Porter Pickett, Oakley QB: Threw touchdown passes for 72 and 37 yards in the final four minutes to rally his team to an unlikely 26-18 Class 1A Division I semifinal win over Carey.
Cody Power, Dietrich QB: Had for 434 yards and nine touchdowns, including 268 yards and five rushing scores, with seven tackles and one interception on defense in a 72-20 Division II 1A semifinal win over Garden Valley.
Kenyon Sadiq, Skyline WR: Had six catches for 246 yards and five touchdowns in a 42-28 Class 4A semifinal win over Sandpoint to lift Skyline to a third straight title game.
Conner Simpson, Carey RB: Accounted for 212 all-purpose yards, including 117 receiving yards, in a 26-18 Class 1A Division I semifinal loss to two-time defending champion Oakley.