BUTTE FALLS — Fourth-ranked Butte Falls changed its offensive personality against Powers Friday, but the high-scoring Loggers didn't miss a beat.

BUTTE FALLS — Fourth-ranked Butte Falls changed its offensive personality against Powers Friday, but the high-scoring Loggers didn't miss a beat.

Senior quarterback Codey Myers connected for six touchdown passes as Butte Falls rolled to a 60-6 District 2 football triumph at Logger Field.

The victory was the 23rd straight in league for the Loggers.

In its previous three victories, undefeated Butte Falls (4-0, 3-0 Dist. 2) was successful with an explosive rushing attack. But veteran coach Randy Stephenson decided to test the arm of Myers.

"We haven't passed much this year because we've been so far ahead," said Stephenson. "We wanted to open it up a bit. We have to get Codey ready if we need to pass in the playoffs."

Myers responded with an 11-for-14 passing performance for 170 yards.

"Myers can throw the ball really, really well," said Stephenson. "And he was hitting the open guy today."

Moe Gower was the major beneficiary. The junior end had six catches for 101 yards, with four receptions going for touchdowns.

Harley Casillas hauled in the other two touchdown passes and had one TD on the ground.

The Loggers rushed for 284 yards. Chase Ellis had 138 yards on six carries, while Casillas added 109 on 10 rushes.

"What was really impressive was our defense," said Stephenson. "Teams can't run against us. We've got good line play, and our inside linebackers Harley (Casillas) and Josh (McGonagle) pursue real well."

Powers had just 15 yards passing and 128 on the ground — 67 coming on a Justin Flatt TD run on the game's final play.

Powers 0 0 0 6 —6

Butte Falls 22 26 6 6 —60

BF — Gower 34 pass from Myers (pass failed)

BF — Casillas 5 run (Ellis run)

BF — Eller 25 blocked punt return (Casillas run)

BF — Gower 6 pass from Myers (pass failed)

BF — Casillas 18 pass from Myers (Casillas run)

BF — Casillas 40 pass from Myers (pass failed)

BF — Gower 16 pass from Myers (run failed)

BF — Gower 6 pass from Myers (run failed)

BF — Ellis 80 run (kick failed)

P — Flatt 67 run (run failed)

CAMAS VALLEY 64, PROSPECT 0 — At Camas Valley, Richard Andreas and Dakota Luscombe each scored three touchdowns as Camas Valley handed Prospect a District 2 defeat.

Andreas had a 70-yard punt return, an 8-yard run and 40-yard interception return for his TDs.

On the first play from scrimmage, Eli Wolfe scored on an 80-yard run for Camas Valley (1-2, 1-2 Dist. 2).

Prospect 0 0 0 0 — 0

Camas Valley 24 34 0 6 — 64

CV — Wolfe 80 run (Elliott pass from Dancer)

CV — Andreas 70 punt return (Wolfe pass from Dancer)

CV — Luscombe 8 run (Luscombe run)

CV — Andreas 14 run (run failed)

CV — Luscombe 4 run (Elliott run)

CV — Luscombe 2 run (run failed

CV — Andreas 40 interception return (Wolfe run)

CV — Dancer 46 run (run failed)

CV — McGrew 84 run (run failed)

Nonconference

DOUGLAS 6, HIDDEN VALLEY 0 — At Murphy, David Polamalu scored on a 4-yard touchdown run in the third quarter and Douglas' defense did the rest as they took down flu-ridden Hidden Valley.

Douglas 0 0 6 0 — 6

Hidden Valley 0 0 0 0 — 0

D — Polamalu 4 run (pass failed)

YREKA (CALIF.) 29, NORTH VALLEY 22 — At Yreka, Calif., clinging to a 22-21 lead, North Valley fumbled near its own end zone while trying to run out the clock and then Yreka scored the winning touchdown to stun the Knights.

Dane Anderson caught the go-ahead touchdown from his brother Ryan Anderson for the Knights with 2:49 remaining, before Yreka struck on a 28-yard touchdown pass with 14 seconds left.

Nick Dechenne had a 68-yard touchdown run for North Valley to tie the game 14-all in the third quarter. Dechenne ran for 187 yards on 18 attempts.

North Valley 7 0 7 8 — 22

Yreka 6 8 7 8 — 29

Y — Yreka 95 kickoff return (run failed)

NV — Dellsite 8 run (Gannetti kick)

Y — Yreka 4 run (run good)

NV — Dechenne 68 run (Gannetti kick)

Y — Yreka 11 pass (kick good)

NV — D. Anderson 23 pass from R. Anderson (D. Anderson pass from R. Anderson)

Y — Yreka 28 pass (run good)

SOUTH UMPQUA 34, ILLINOIS VALLEY 0 — At Cave Junction, South Umpqua scored 27 first-half points and Illinois Valley (0-4) was unable to get its offense going in the nonconference game.

South Umpqua 13 14 7 0 — 34

Illinois Valley 0 0 0 0 — 0

SU — Kennedy 2 run (kick failed)

SU — Huling 15 pass from Kennedy (Hunt kick)

SU — Balcita 2 run (Hunt kick)

SU — Huling 19 pass from Kennedy (Hunt kick)

SU — Marsh 19 pass from Kennedy (Hunt kick)