Friday’s high school football roundup: Oct. 18

STATESMAN STAFFOctober 19, 2013 

MERIDIAN 47, VALLIVUE 43

In a high-scoring shootout, Meridian rallied with three straight fourth-quarter touchdowns to close out the narrow victory at home. Vallivue scored the first two TDs and led 28-10 at the half, but Meridian roared back with 37 second-half points. Bryson Stout scored the clinching 10-yard run late in the fourth quarter.

BISHOP KELLY 28, MIDDLETON 0

Matt Mello rushed for two TDs in the first quarter, and Bowen Ogata threw for 190 yards with an 82-yard TD pass to Turner Simmons in the fourth for BK. Simmons finished with three catches for 130 yards. Jake Skinner led Middleton with 184 yards on 25 carries.

EMMETT 38, COLUMBIA 14

Emmett rebounded from a tough loss to Kuna last week, taking over sole possession of fourth place in the 4A SIC.

SKYVIEW 28, NAMPA 0

Anthony Marin completed 24-of-35 passes for 275 yards and four TDs, and Jaxon Pryor rushed 26 times for 258 yards. Joe Miller caught two TDs to go with his 121 receiving yards, and Hagen Graves made two interceptions and caught a touchdown for Skyview.

KUNA 31, CALDWELL 14

Spencer Trautman scored two rushing touchdowns to lead Kuna at Caldwell. Kuna jumped out to a 13-0 lead at the half and limited Caldwell to two third-quarter touchdowns, one of which was a 69-yard run by Isaiah Velasquez.

FRUITLAND 31, WEISER 14

Fruitland pounded out the victory with three rushing touchdowns at Weiser. Chase Fiddler led the Fruitland rushing attack with 93 yards and one touchdown.

HOMEDALE 27, GOODING 14

Homedale burst out of the gate with 20 first-quarter points, courtesy of three Lawsen Matteson touchdown passes, and maintained its lead to beat Gooding. Matteson finished with 254 passing yards and four touchdown, and Talon Freelove caught five passes for 128 yards. Wyatt Williams rushed for 130 yards and a touchdown for Gooding.

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