Varsity Extra Scoreboard: Saturday, Sept. 28

September 29, 2013 

GIRLS SOCCER

SKYVIEW 6, EMMETT 1

Emmett (0-10-1, 0-10-1 4A SIC) — Lucy Mumford 1 goal, Alex Solis 1 assist. Goalkeepers: Erika Taylor 2 saves; Emily Weymouth 3 saves.

Skyview (4-5-2, 4-5-2 4A SIC) — Kaitlyn Shepard 1 goal, 3 assists; Boston Bice 1 goal; Karlee Brown 1 goal; Oubrey Brown 1 goal; Melia Mansfield 1 goal, 1 assist; Irish Millard 1 goal. Goalkeepers: Aubrey Orihuela 6 saves; Paige Kubista 8 saves.

BOYS SOCCER

SKYVIEW 4, EMMETT 1

Emmett — Kevin Solis 1 goal. Goalkeeper: Andres Alvizo 6 saves.

Skyview (6-3-2, 6-3-2 4A SIC) — Jeff Wheadon 2 goals; Anthony Ojeda 1 goal; Matt Gallegos 1 goal; Christian Barragan 1 assist; Cesar Sosa 1 assist. Goalkeepers: Anthony Ojeda and Kamden Hundersmarck 13 combined saves.

VOLLEYBALL

Friday’s result

TRI-VALLEY DEF. HORSESHOE BEND

25-12, 25-18, 25-22, 25-14

Tri-Valley (14-1, 5-0 1A Long Pin) — Victoria Branch 9 kills, 2 aces, 2 assists, 3 blocks, 8 digs; Skye Southwick 8 kills, 2 aces, 7 digs; Tylla Gay 16 assists, 1 dig; Hillary Hollon 6 kills, 5 blocks, 3 digs.

Horseshoe Bend — Stats not provided.

FOOTBALL

Friday’s result

MELBA 43, NAMPA CHRISTIAN 37

Nampa Chr. 7 23 7 0—37

Melba 8 7 13 15—43

First Quarter

NC — Tanner Doty 7 run (Parker Johnson kick)

MEL — Russell Laursen 18 pass from Danny Talbot (Manny Medrano run)

Second Quarter

NC — Johnson 14 field goal

NC — Doty 37 run (P. Johnson kick)

NC — Andrew Anderson 16 pass from Steve Tiersma (P. Johnson kick)

MEL — Medrano 77 run (Coy Jones kick)

NC — Steve Tiersma 1 run (kick failed)

Third Quarter

NC — Luke Brands 55 run (P. Johnson kick)

MEL — Adan Saurey 10 run (Jones kick)

MEL — Saurey 1 run (conversion failed)

Fourth Quarter

MEL — Saurey 1 run (Jones kick)

MEL — Andrew Snead 36 pass from Talbot (Talbot run)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS

RUSHING — Nampa Christian, Doty 15-105, Jake Tiersma 1-(-1), S. Tiersma 2-1, Blake Johnson 1-(-5), Luke Brands 9-125, Connor Hensley 9-78, Braden Brothers 2-19. Melba, Chris Martinez 4-14, Medrano 15-172, Trey Cook 1-5, Wyatt Helm 2-0, Adam Saurey 14-80, Talbot 14-51, Christian Chavez 4-16.

PASSING — Nampa Christian, S. Tiersma 4-14-1 50, J. Tiersma 0-1. Melba, Talbot 3-8-2 104.

RECEIVING — Nampa Christian, J. Tiersma 1-4, Doty 1-9, Andrew Anderson 1-16, Hunter Steinwinter 1-21. Melba, A. Snead 2-86, Laursen 1-18.

FRIDAY’S STATE SCORES

Aberdeen 28, Snake River 21

Bishop Kelly 35, Kuna 20

Burley 33, Canyon Ridge 12

Butte County 34, Murtaugh 32

Calvary Chapel Christian 38, Mackay 6

Capital 42, Rocky Mountain 26

Centennial 35, Meridian 14

Challis 46, Shoshone 0

Clark County 45, Camas County 19

Coeur d’Alene 60, Minico 14

Cole Valley 13, Marsing 9

Council 42, Garden Valley 33

Declo 54, Filer 0

Dietrich 36, Carey 24

Eagle 54, Vallivue 14

Firth 59, Ririe 7

Fruitland 40, Parma 0

Gooding 28, Buhl 18

Grangeville 49, Asotin, Wash. 0

Hagerman 70, Carlin, Nev. 20

Highland 41, Pocatello 6

Hillcrest 25, Madison 14

Homedale 28, Weiser 19

Horseshoe Bend 46, Tri-Valley 16

Idaho City 52, Cascade 6

Idaho Falls 44, Skyline 24

Kamiah 28, Clearwater Valley 20

Kellogg 19, St. Maries 12

Kendrick 66, Timberline-Weippe 20

Kimberly 14, Wood River 6

Kootenai 50, Clark Fork 0

Lake City 36, Post Falls 30

Lakeland 51, Deer Park, Wash. 0

Lighthouse Christian 52, Castleford 6

Melba 43, Nampa Christian 37

Moscow 34, Raymond, Alberta 14

Mountain Home 31, Caldwell 26

N. Fremont 44, W. Jefferson 12

N. Gem 30, Rockland 18

Nampa 23, Columbia 16

New Plymouth 27, McCall-Donnelly 0

Oakley 52, Glenns Ferry 0

Orofino 14, Bonners Ferry 0

Potlatch 52, Lakeside 6

Prairie 64, Lapwai 18

Preston 7, Blackfoot 3

Raft River 52, Grace 14

Richland, Wash. 50, Lewiston 7

Rigby 21, Century 19

Salmon River 45, Wilder 0

Sandpoint 21, Timberlake 14

Skyview 41, Emmett 21

Soda Springs 41, Marsh Valley 14

Sugar-Salem 72, Malad 36

Teton 49, Bear Lake 42

Timberline 24, Borah 14

Troy 52, Genesee 6

Twin Falls 19, Jerome 14

Wallace 54, Superior, Mont. 44

Wendell 29, Valley 20

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