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It took Connor Montgomery less than six minutes to make his mark on the Firth Cougars' 37-6 win over Oakley in the opening round of the Class 2A playoffs on Thursday.
In that span Montgomery had a rushing touchdown, a receiving touchdown and a fumble recovery as the Cougars built a lead that Oakley never challenged.
Montgomery finished the night with 137 yards rushing and four touchdowns on 17 carries and another 16 yards and a touchdown through the air.
But other than Montgomery the Cougars did not get much done offensively.
The North Fremont Huskies defeated the Aberdeen Tigers 28-14 with in the 2A state play-in game at Holt Arena. The Huskies will play the winner of Saturday's Wendell and Soada Springs game.
BLACKFOOT â€”Â Costumed monsters, superheroes and princesses will take to the streets tonight but precautions are necessary.
Here are a few:
"Wear bright colored clothes and bright colored costumes," said Capt. Robert Sobieski with the Bingham County Sheriff's office. "Use flashlights or glow wands, with fresh batteries.
"Children should be accompanied by an adult," he said. "Go to houses you know.
"Do not accept any foot that's unwrapped unless you know the person who made it," said Sobieski. "If you receive unwrapped candy, throw it away.
BLACKFOOT â€” For three years (1999-2002), Heidi Jacoby Cook said she did not get a good nightâ€™s sleep while living in a house at 325 N. Meridian Street in Blackfoot. Cook believes the house is haunted and claims to have experienced some strange and â€śdownright scaryâ€ť things within the walls of the home. And sheâ€™s not the only one.
Cook, who was in her early 20â€™s at the time, made an agreement with the home owner (who was also her employer at Blackfootâ€™s 20th Century Ford), that she would help fix up the old, run down, two-story house - in exchange for living at the residence for low rent.