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 8 of the high school football season.
HOW THE TOP 10 FARED — OCT. 16
1. COEUR D’ALENE, 6-0 (5A) beat Lake City, 64-34
CdA quarterback Jack Prka threw five touchdown passes and ran in two more to keep the Vikings rolling.
2. ROCKY MOUNTAIN, 5-0 (5A) beat No. 10 Meridian, 31-14
After shaking off some bye week rust in the first half, the Grizzlies pulled away by a turnover-happy defense and two second half touchdowns by Max Lehman to extend its league win streak to 14. (READ MORE)
3. HIGHLAND, 6-2 (5A) lost to No. 4 Rigby, 28-20
Fell victim to a second half rally capped by an onside kick in a marquee 3-4 matchup. (READ MORE)
4. RIGBY, 7-0 (5A) beat No. 3 Highland, 28-20
Looked every bit the part of a state contender in a season-defining win. (READ MORE)
5. EAGLE, 4-1 (5A) beat Centennial, 56-0
No rust for Eagle coming off of a bye week. Ben Ford and company came ready to play.
6. SUGAR-SALEM, 6-1 (3A) lost to South Fremont, 27-21
Kaimen Peebles was special all night, especially the game-winning drive that ended the defending 3A state champ’s 14-game win streak. (READ MORE)
7. CAPITAL, 4-0 (5A) beat Borah, 22-18
Hung on to beat Borah entering the 5A SIC crossover.
8. SKYLINE, 7-1 (4A) beat Hillcrest, 33-15
Held off Hillcrest to clinch a conference title, own top spot in 4A District 6 standings.
9. BISHOP KELLY, 5-1 (4A) beat Vallivue, 35-12
Beat Vallivue for the 11th straight year to remain in the thick of 4A SIC title hunt. (READ MORE)
10. MERIDIAN, 3-2 (5A) lost to No. 2 Rocky Mountain, 31-14
Pulled within three at halftime and kept he game close and compelling, but Rocky Mountain pulled away in the fourth. (READ MORE)