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PREP ROUNDUP: Timberlake clinches outright IML football title

| October 23, 2021 1:10 AM

• PREP FOOTBALL

BONNERS FERRY — James Billingsley carried 25 times for 98 yards and three touchdowns as the Timberlake Tigers held off the Bonners Ferry Badgers 24-19 to clinch the Intermountain League title on Friday at Bonners Ferry High.

Timberlake (6-2, 3-0 IML) will have a bye into the playoffs, which start next weekend. Bonners Ferry finishes 4-4, 1-2.

Timberlake quarterback Ashton Peightal threw for 185 yards.

“Ashton played a really good second half,” Timberlake coach Kelly Amos said. “He made some big throws and that allowed us to start running the ball a little bit.”

Timberlake forced a pair of turnover on downs in the final four minutes to preserve the win.

“We just kept giving them opportunities,” Amos said. “Our defense played well in some spots, but Bonners had some big plays. Bonners kept putting themselves in position to make plays.”

Seeding for the state 3A playoffs will be announced today.

Timberlake 0 0 6 18 — 24

Bonners Ferry 6 0 0 13 — 19

BF — unknown 63 pass (kick failed)

TL — James Billingsley 8 run (conversion failed)

TL — Billingsley 11 run (kick failed)

TL — Billingsley 5 run (conversion failed)

BF — unknown 30 touchdown pass (kick good)

TL — Kale Paslay 14 run (conversion failed)

BF — unknown 39 touchdown pass

TIMBERLAKE STATISTICS

RUSHING — Billingsley 25-98, Pasley 5-45, Woodworth 7-29, Peightal 4-(-3), MacArthur 3-(-8).

PASSING — Peightal 7-11-0-185.

RECEIVING — Yetter 4-100, MacArthur 2-57, Olivieri 1-28.

Wallace 40

Lakeside 36

PLUMMER — Teagan Goldade scored on a 32-yard touchdown run with 3:09 remaining, and the visiting Miners were able to force two turnovers late to hold off the Knights in a Scenic Idaho Conference game.

“We had a couple of late turnovers that cost us,” Lakeside coach Chris Dohrman said. “We had the lead and were driving, then had an interception and they scored. Then we had another interception after that. We played pretty well considering all that. I was proud of all the guys that played tonight, some in different spots than they were used to.”

Wallace (3-4, 1-1 SIC) and Lakeside (3-5, 1-1) will play in a Kansas tiebreaker on Monday at Post Falls High starting at 6 p.m. to determine the league champion and berth to the state 1A Division I playoffs.

Vander Brown ran for 237 yards and three touchdowns for Lakeside.

Wallace quarterback Landon Streeter ran for 181 yards and two touchdowns.

Wallace 0 22 12 6 — 40

Lakeside 6 12 12 6 — 36

First quarter

LS — Jamari Peone 11 pass from Vander Brown (run failed)

Second quarter

Wall — Landon Streeter 20 run (run failed)

LS — Brown run (pass failed)

Wall — Liam Murdock 8 run (Julian Davis run)

LS — Brown 40 run (pass failed)

Wall — Davis 5 pass from Streeter (Murdock run)

LS — Peone 50 run (run failed)

Wall — Streeter 11 run (run failed)

LS — Jarius Moffit 8 run (pass failed)

Wall — Teagan Goldade 3 run (pass failed)

LS — Brown 62 run (pass failed)

Wall — Goldade 32 run (pass failed)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Wall, Streeter 9-181, Davis 18-155, Murdock 16-102, Goldade 10-77, Wilkinson 3-4. LS, Brown 22-237, Peone 9-88, Moffit 3-12, Sperber 5-11.

PASSING — Wall, Streeter, 1-2-1-5, Murdock, 0-1-1-0. LS, Brown, 1-4-1-11.

RECEIVING — Wall, Davis 1-5. LS, Peone 1-11.

Mullan/St. Regis 52

Kootenai 26

MULLAN — Luke Trogden ran for four touchdowns in the first quarter for the Tigers in a North Star League win over the Warriors at John Drager Field.

Mullan/St. Regis (7-1, 4-0 NSL) advances to the state 1A Division II playoffs.

Kootenai (0-7, 0-3) hosts Clark Fork next Friday.

• VOLLEYBALL

N.I. Christian d.

Classical Christian

HAYDEN — Olivia White had 13 assists, six aces and nine kills for the Royals in a Mountain Christian League win over Classical Christian of Spokane at Anthem Church.

Malia Giesbrecht had nine assists, eight digs and 10 kills and Rylee Overturf four aces, three kills and two blocks for North Idaho Christian, which visits Pullman Christian on Monday.

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