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• No. 1 Florence-Carlton 41, No. 6 Eureka 15: Pat Duchien threw three touchdown passes — two to Luke Maki — and Tristan Pyette ran for two TDs as the Falcons survived a big test against the Lions. The Duchien-to-Maki connected went for 69 yards to open the game's scoring and then their 6-yarder put the game away. Pyette ran for scores from 17 and 6 yards. Florence-Carlton led 27-0 when Eureka finally got on the board with a 10-yard pass from Caleb Utter to Danny Dunn. Remington Little's 2-yard run brought the Lions within two scores.
• Arlee 56, Troy 34: Kendall O'Neill ran for three touchdowns and passed for a fourth, and Jace Arca scored Arlee's first three TDs of the game as the Warriors outlasted the Trojans in a shootout. O'Neill scored from 27, 1 and 32 yards on the ground and tossed a 15-yard pass to Jake Knoll. Arca had rushing scores of 20, 1 and 3 yards. Trevor Grant threw three touchdowns for Troy, two to Paxton Fisher.
• No. 7 Simms 34, No. 10 Chinook 24: Hudson Rohrer and Michael Leach scored two touchdowns apiece on the ground and Leach recovered a blocked punt in the end zone as the Tigers (6-0, 4-0) took care of the Sugarbeeters (5-1, 4-1) in a Northern C Sub-Conference B showdown. Leach, who rushed for 190 yards on 19 carries, had runs of 73 and 59 yards and Rohrer's covered 3 and 5. Toby Niederegger scored twice for Chinook, once on a 4-yard pass and the other on a 40-yard punt return.
• Charlo 74, Plains 0: Keaton Piedalue ran for three touchdowns and Hayden Hollow ran for one and threw for another as the Vikings (4-2, 3-2) routed the Horsemen (0-3, 0-3). Piedalue rushed for 105 yards. George Ranney had three tackles, including a sack, and a fumble recovery for Charlo.
• No. 1 Froid-Lake 64, No. 4 Richey-Lambert 18: Mason Dethman tossed five touchdown passes and ran for a sixth as the defending state champion Red Hawks (5-0) survived their sternest regular-season test by routing the Fusion (3-2). Connor Huft and Ashdyn Hobbs each caught two scoring TDs, and Hobbs also ran for a 4-yard score. Brett Stentoft scored twice for Froid-Lake, one on a pass from Dethman and the other on a 20-yard fumble recovery. RIchey-Lambert's scores came on two rushing TDs by Grady Gonsioroski and a 79-yard kick return by Sage Spinner.
• No. 3 Bridger 60, Reed Point-Rapelje 0: Baylor Pospisil caught two touchdown passes from Chance Goltz, and Goltz ran for a third score as the Scouts overpowered the Renegades. Pospisil's receptions went for 5 and 39 yards. Goltz also hit Lucius Payovich on a 43-yard score. Goltz had a 37-yard run and his brother Gage Goltz rushed for a 40-yard TD for Bridger, which rolled up 36 first-quarter points. In all, eight players scored for the Scouts.
• Wibaux 62, Bainville 33: Jonathan Harris scored four touchdowns — three on the ground — and Wyatt Ree added two more as the Longhorns (1-4) surprised the Bulldogs (3-3) with an offensive eruption. Harris had runs of 5, 1 and 37 yards, and also caught a 66-yard scoring pass from Birch Obrigewitch. Jesse Strickland threw four touchdown passes and ran for the team's fifth for Bainville. Cayden Boyd and Braedon Romo caught two scoring passes each for the Bulldogs.
• Big Sandy 62, Box Elder 0: Braydon Cline threw four touchdown passes and ran for another, and Cooper Taylor, Kody Strutz and Rusty Gasvoda scored two apiece as the Pioneers won their fourth straight by thumping the Bears. Cline hit Strutz from 18 yards, Taylor from 17 and Gasvoda from 48, and also hit Lane Demontiney from 32. Gasavoda caught a second TD pass, from 6 yards away, from Jake Darlington. Taylor returned an interception for a score and Strutz had a fumble return for a TD.