Friday’s high school football roundup

STATESMAN STAFFSeptember 7, 2013 

TIMBERLINE 30, CENTENNIAL 18

Timberline converted long plays into a victory at Centennial. The Wolves got on the board first with an 80-yard run by BamBam Phanmaha, and later converted a 56-yard TD to take a 14-7 lead at halftime. Michael Stefanic had three TD passes for Timberline, which took control of the game by scoring 17 straight points after halftime. Centennial countered with a few big plays, including a 97-yard run by Joe Murphy and a 75-yard pass from Blake Bell to Ryan Murkle.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN 52, VALLIVUE 8

Running back Jason Crimmins rushed for 131 yards and three touchdowns and added another TD receiving as the Grizzlies routed the Falcons. Quarterback Riley Bradshaw helped Rocky to a 38-0 lead after the first quarter, finishing with 233 passing yards and two TDs.

FRUITLAND 35, ONTARIO (ORE.) 18

Fruitland used a 20-point fourth quarter to rally from an 18-15 deficit in Ontario. Fruitland intercepted two passes in the fourth, including Ben Hinatsu’s 50-yard pick-six for the Grizzlies’ final score. Jerred Seamons threw for 168 yards and four touchdowns for Fruitland.

WILDER 46, NOTUS 30

Wilder QB AJ Castellanos rushed for 158 yards and passed for 177. Castellanos had one rushing TD and two passing scores as Wilder used a 24-point second quarter to take control.

KUNA 49, NAMPA 14

Spencer Trautman rushed for 238 yards and four TDs as Kuna downed Nampa in Nampa. Trautman scored on runs of 3, 13, 84 and 7 yards. Kuna QB Ben Ruwe completed 9-of-14 passes for 216 yards and two TDs. Kuna scored 21 points in the second and third quarters. Nampa wide receiver Jake Hull had eight catches for 105 yards and one TD.

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