Friday's high school football roundup: Nov. 1

STATESMAN STAFFNovember 2, 2013 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN 52, TIMBERLINE 23

Running backs Jason Crimmins and Jake Roper combined for all seven of Rocky Mountain’s TDs in the regular-season finale for both teams Friday. Crimmins finished with a team-best 132 yards and five touchdowns. Kicker Zach Charme was a bright spot for the Wolves — who clinched the league’s fifth playoff spot — making two 30-yard field goals and a 41-yarder. Timberline will travel to Coeur d’Alene next week for the playoffs, while Rocky will host Eagle.

VALLIVUE 34, BOISE 20

Vallivue jumped out to a 26-6 halftime lead and waltzed to the victory at Vallivue. Ted Gamble had three rushing TDs for the Falcons, and Carey Loveland added two. They each topped 100 yards on the ground.

SKYVIEW 59, COLUMBIA 8

Jaxon Pryor rushed for 172 yards and two touchdowns, and Joe Miller caught a pair of TDs in the second quarter as Skyview crushed Columbia. Anthony Marin threw for 223 yards and three TDs for the Hawks. Robert Sena led Columbia with 73 rushing yards and a score.

KUNA 20, TWIN FALLS 6

Sophomores Ben Ruwe and Jake Johnson connected for all three of Kuna’s TDs in a nonconference matchup of teams that are already qualified for next week’s state quarterfinals. Ruwe — who completed 8-of-12 passes for 251 yards — threw TD passes of 81, 70 and 30 yards to Johnson. Kuna will play at Bishop Kelly at 7 p.m. Friday in the first round of the playoffs.

MIDDLETON 36, MOUNTAIN HOME 12

Hayden Bennett threw for 240 yards and three touchdowns, and Jake Skinner scored twice for Middleton.

HOMEDALE 52, FILER 0

Lawsen Matteson threw a TD to three receivers during a 27-point Homedale first quarter, and the Trojans rolled into the next round of the 3A playoffs. They’ll face Bonners Ferry next week.

DECLO 63, MELBA 28

Declo overwhelmed Melba with 42 first-half points and went on to complete the rout at Melba. Jackson Duncan had three TD rushes for Declo, all of which were at least 37 yards. He finished with 149 yards on six carries.

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