How the SBLive Power 10 Idaho high school football teams fared in Week 4: Kobe Warr, Rocky Mountain keep rolling

Each week, SBLive ranked the top 10 teams across the state of Idaho regardless of classifications. Here’s a look at how those teams — the SBLive Power 10 — fared in games played in Week 4 of the high school football season.

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1. COEUR D’ALENE (2-0) on bye week

After a dominant start, the top-ranked Vikings enjoyed a bye week. They’ll face Lake City Sept. 25 at 7 p.m.

2. ROCKY MOUNTAIN (3-0) beat Eagle, 22-15

Rocky Mountain keeps on rolling, this time holding off Ben Ford and No. 5 Eagle behind a game-winning drive orchestrated by QB Kobe Warr. (STORY / PHOTO GALLERY)

3. HIGHLAND (4-1) beat Pocatello, 21-0

Shut out Pocaetello in a non-conference matchup, 21-0.

4. RIGBY (4-0) beat Hillcrest, 37-0

Throttled Hillcrest to continue blistering play, as evidence by its 4-0 start.

5. EAGLE (2-1) lost to No. 2 Rocky Mountain, 22-15

After going down 15-0, Eagle rallied back but fell short in the end. (STORY / PHOTO GALLERY)

6. BLACKFOOT (3-1) lost to Skyline, 14-3

Blackfoot struck first on a first quarter field goal, but couldn’t get through the Skyline D after that. It’s the second No. 1 4A team to lose in as many weeks. (STORY)

7. SUGAR-SALEM (4-0) beat Marsh Valley, 7-6

Outlasted Marsh Valley in overtime by the slimmest margins, thanks to a perfect strike from the anointed homecoming queen. (STORY)

8. CAPITAL (0-0) on bye week

It’s the last team in Idaho to start its season. And Capital must wait another week — next Friday against Skyview — to do it.

9. POST FALLS (2-1) game rescheduled

Plays Lake City Saturday at 1 p.m. Friday’s game was postponed due to air quality.

10. MIDDLETON 3-1 (4A) lost to Vallivue, 20-19

Couldn’t get through Vallivue’s defense in a narrow loss. (STORY / PHOTO GALLERY)

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