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Here are the top performances that caught our attention across the state in Week 6 of the Idaho high school football season.

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Sean Austin, Kuna QB

Threw for 318 yards and two touchdown passes on 27 of 42 passes completed in a loss to Rocky Mountain.

Caleb Ball, Mullan-St. Regis RB

Ran for 189 yards and three total touchdowns — three rushing, one a reception – in a win over Lakeside, per The Spokesman-Review.

Jacob Butler, Nampa WR

His quarterback was feeling it and so was he — catching eight ball for 130 yards and three touchdowns. (READ MORE)

Max Clark, Capital QB

Aired out 302 yards and three touchdowns in a shutout of Boise, per the Idaho Statesman.

Jackson Dines, Homedale QB

Threw three touchdown passes to three different receivers and ran in another in a shutout of Parma.

Jordan Erickson, Rocky Mountain WR

Caught three touchdown passes of 25 or more yards and ran one in, too.

Clayton Franssen, Skyview QB

Finished with 173 yards through the air and 51 more on the ground on 16 of 27 passes completed and two touchdowns as Skyview beat Borah, per the Idaho Press.

Kyzon Garner, Sugar-Salem QB

Threw for 216 yards on 10 of 11 passes completed with three touchdowns — and the win.

Tanner Langley, Coeur d’Alene S

The junior was involved in two game-altering turnovers. He pounced on a fumble in the second quarter, then blocked a punt and returned it for touchdown in the third.

Javon Lindeman, New Plymouth

Ran for 127 yards with three touchdowns, including a pick-six in a win over Nampa Christian.

Cade Marlow, Skyline QB

Tossed for 217 yards and four touchdowns on 16 of 20 passes completed.

Malakai Martinez, Meridian QB

Completed 28 of his 45 pass attempts for 264 yards and two touchdowns. (READ MORE)

Isaac Plew, Nampa QB

Went 16 of 21 for 276 yards and four touchdowns in a momentous win over Vallivue. (READ MORE)

Jack Prka, Coeur d’Alene QB

Will Prka and the Vikings ever slow down? The all-state QB threw three touchdown passes and ran in two more. (READ MORE)

Austin Ramirez, Blackfoot RB

Took 14 carries for a career-high 135 yards, standing tall in a loaded backfield in a 15-14 win over No. 10 Hillcrest. (READ MORE)

Chad Redinger, Moscow QB

Threw for 288 yards and ran for 104 more and two touchdowns.

Colton Seable, Nampa WR

Caught six passes for 115 yards in a win over Vallivue.

Kobe Warr, Rocky Mountain QB

Threw for 214 yards and four touchdowns in a win over Kuna.

Carter Woodland, Notus RB

Turned six carries into 150 yards and three touchdowns, per the Idaho Press.


Did we miss anyone? Tag us on Twitter or Instagram @SBLiveID and let us know. Names are in alphabetical order.