How the SBLive Power 10 Idaho high school football teams fared in Week 6: No. 1 Coeur d’Alene keeps on rolling

Each week, SBLive ranks the top 10 teams across the state of Idaho regardless of classification. Here’s a look at how those teams — the SBLive Power 10 — fared in games played in Week 6 of the high school football season. 

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HOW THE TOP 10 FARED — OCT. 2

1. COEUR D’ALENE, 4-0 (5A) beat Post Falls, 48-7

The Vikings pummeled its latest Northern Idaho opponent, this time clearing its biggest hurdle yet in No. 8 Post Falls. (READ MORE)

2. ROCKY MOUNTAIN, 4-0 (5A) beat Kuna, 54-15

The Grizzlies were the next stop on defending 4A champion Kuna’s “Why Did We Come Back to 5A Tour?” And Rocky Mountain won convincingly.

3. HIGHLAND, 5-1 (5A) bye week

While others have had bye weeks, the Rams played six games in a row to open 2020. They enjoyed a welcome break.

4. RIGBY, 6-0 (5A) beat Idaho Falls, 43-20

The defending 5A state champs extended its win streak to 16 games.

5. EAGLE, 3-1 (5A) beat No. 10 Meridian, 49-21

Took down the No. 10 Warriors behind 275 total yards from one of the state’s best athletes, Ben Ford.

6. SUGAR-SALEM, 5-0 (3A) beat Preston, 34-22

The Diggers’ margin of victory didn’t indicate the way the game played out. Sugar-Salem built a 34-7 lead before Preston attempted to roar back.

7. CAPITAL, 2-0 (5A) beat Boise, 48-0

Capital’s second game of the season was a rout.

8. POST FALLS, 3-2 (5A) lost to No. 1 Coeur d’Alene, 48-7

The Trojans held firm early, before they were befallen by turnovers — costly against the No. 1 team in 5A. (READ MORE)

9. SKYLINE, 4-1 (4A) beat Madison, 46-15

Three teams holding the top spot in 4A have lost in as many weeks. Skyline held firm and broke the streak.

10. MERIDIAN, 3-1 (5A) lost to Eagle, 49-21

Ben Ford and Eagle were just too much for the Warriors.

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