Friday's high school football roundup

STATESMAN STAFFSeptember 14, 2013 

CAPITAL 28, VALLIVUE 7

Capital QB Conner Poulson threw for 210 yards and two TDs in a game called after two quarters due to lightning. Tarik Littlejohn caught five passes from Poulson for 84 yards and returned a kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown. Layne LaFollette led Vallivue with 47 rushing yards.

VALE (ORE). 14, HOMEDALE 13

Homedale lost after deciding to go for two points after scoring a touchdown with 3 minutes, 36 seconds remaining in the game. Homedale trailed by seven points late in the fourth quarter until Lawsen Matteson tossed a 13-yard touchdown pass to Dayne Jacobs. The Trojans tried to run the ball for two points, but Vale stuffed the attempt. Kicker Luke Flaming made the extra point after Homedale's first score in the second quarter, another touchdown hookup from Matteson to Jacobs.

COLE VALLEY 37, VALLEY 0

Mason Vanderhoff completed 17-of-31 passes for 205 yards and four touchdowns, and Tallen Eveland made six catches for 125 yards and two TDs. Eveland, Chase Renfrow and James Lamb each made an interception, and Lane Holtrop (13 tackles) and Chandler Grunzke (12 tackles) helped the Cole Valley defense nail down the shutout.

HORSESHOE BEND 50, WILDER 46

Horseshoe Bend scored a touchdown with 22 seconds remaining to nail down the wild victory. The two teams traded scores throughout the game, and the biggest margin belonged to Wilder, when it led 16-6 early in the second quarter. AJ Castellanos was an offensive force for Wilder. He ran for 142 yards and four touchdowns and threw two TD passes.

SALMON RIVER 46, CASCADE 0

Leighton Vander Esch ran for three touchdowns and threw for two more as Salmon River routed Cascade on the road. Vander Esch threw for 203 yards, and Jimmy Shepherd caught three passes for 109 yards, including a 38-yard touchdown.

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