Friday’s prep football roundup: Oct. 25

STATESMAN STAFFOctober 26, 2013 

MOUNTAIN VIEW 45, VALLIVUE 12

Five different players scored TDs for the Mavericks in a rout of Vallivue. Running back Josh Buss kept up his conference-leading pace with 185 rushing yards and two TDs.

KUNA 56, MOUNTAIN HOME 7

Running back Spencer Trautman rushed for 105 yards and three TDs on four carries as the Kavemen rolled to a victory. Kuna QB Ben Ruwe completed 6-of-8 passes — to five receivers — for 210 yards and four scores.

HORSESHOE BEND 56, GARDEN VALLEY 54

Horseshoe Bend took over sole possession of third place in the standings behind Manny Sanchez’s nine TDs.

IDAHO CITY 56, RIMROCK 6

Idaho City wrapped up the 1A Division I regular-season title and a first-round home playoff game by running over Rimrock.

MARSING 41, MELBA 30

Marsing rallied for 10 points in each of the final two quarters to upend Melba in the regular-season finale for both teams.

CALDWELL 27, NAMPA 21

Isaiah Velasquez led Caldwell with five catches for 65 yards and also caught one of four Caldwell touchdown passes.

SKYVIEW 38, MIDDLETON 6

Joe Miller caught three touchdown passes from Anthony Marin, and Skyview rolled. Jake Skinner led Middleton with 107 rushing yards.

PARMA 35, WEISER 14

Weiser jumped out to the early lead with two first-quarter touchdowns, but it was all Parma after that as the Panthers scored five unanswered touchdowns at Weiser.

HOMEDALE 34, PAYETTE 0

Homedale closed out the regular season with another dominant win. Josh Tolmie rushed for 141 yards and two touchdowns, and Lane Sale added 62 receiving yards and another score.

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