Friday's high school football roundup

STATESMAN STAFFOctober 5, 2013 

TIMBERLINE 36, VALLIVUE 30 (OT)

BOISE — Tyus Zimmerman ran for 105 yards and two touchdowns, including a 3-yarder in overtime, as the Wolves beat the Falcons at Dona Larsen Park. Zach Charme made a 32-yard field goal to force OT after Zac Labarbera's second interception return for a TD and Tad Gamble’s 2-point run gave Vallivue a 30-27 lead. Michael Stefanic threw for 278 yards for Timberline, but tossed three picks.

CAPITAL 48, MERIDIAN 14

MERIDIAN — Alex Kingmixay ran for 154 yards and two TDs, Conner Poulson and Tarik Littlejohn connected for three TD passes and Capital’s balanced offensive attack slashed Meridian. Poulson completed 16-of-21 passes for 147 yards without an interception and also rushed for one TD. Meridian’s Bryson Stout gained 137 yards on the ground and scored twice.

BISHOP KELLY 48, CALDWELL 9

BOISE — The Knights remained unbeaten, cruising to a victory behind quarterback Bowen Ogata’s 184 passing yards and three touchdowns. Running back Matt Mello chipped in with 129 rushing yards and one TD for BK.

LA GRANDE 27, WEISER 25

LA GRANDE, Ore. — Ty Johnson rushed for 104 yards and threw three TDs for Weiser, but La Grande pulled away in the second half for the win.

HOMEDALE 47, PARMA 14

HOMEDALE — Lawsen Matteson threw for 374 yards with three TDs in Homedale's rout. Lane Sale caught seven passes from Matteson for 136 yards and two TDs, and Nathan Leslie had 106 yards on four receptions. Denver Riggs rushed 21 times for 126 yards and both of Parma’s TDs.

SALMON RIVER 68, HORSESHOE BEND 20

HORSESHOE BEND — Leighton Vander Esch piled up 387 total yards of offense (281 passing, 106 rushing) with six TDs, and Jimmy Shepherd scored four TD and threw another for Salmon River. Manny Sancho ran for one score and threw for 231 yards and one TD for Horseshoe Bend.

WILDER 91, TRI-VALLEY 44

CAMBRIDGE — Quarterback AJ Castellanos led Wilder’s offensive show, rushing for 349 yards and five touchdowns and passing for 171 yards and three more TDs without an interception. Isaac Lopez added 73 rushing yards and three touchdowns and Caulen Michael also had three TDs for the Wildcats.

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