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 9 of the high school football season. (Lead photo by Loren Orr)
HOW THE TOP 10 FARED — OCT. 23
1. COEUR D’ALENE, 7-0 (5A) beat No. 9 Post Falls, 30-14
Post Falls struck first on a special teams touchdown, but even inclement weather can’t stop still-rolling No. 1 Coeur d’Alene.
2. ROCKY MOUNTAIN, 6-0 (5A) beat Capital, 49-13
Grizzlies win 5A Southern Idaho Conference for the third year in a row.
3. RIGBY, 8-0 (5A) beat Madison, 56-6
The Trojans are league champs, hold a playoff bye and finished the regular season strong.
4. EAGLE, 5-1 (5A) beat Centennial, 58-6
Eagle trounced Centennial for the second week in a row in the 5A SIC crossover.
5. HIGHLAND, 7-2 (5A) beat Idaho Falls, 61-19
Rams bounce back from a loss to Rigby by racing past Idaho Falls, amassing more than 40 points by the second quarter.
6. CAPITAL, 4-1 (5A) lost to No. 2 Rocky Mountain, 49-13
The Eagles have scaraped with Rocky in the past, but the Grizzlies got ahead early and didn’
7. SKYLINE, 8-1 (4A) beat Shelley, 44-7
Grizzlies clinch overall No. 1 seed to 4A tournament after taking care of business.
8. BISHOP KELLY, 6-1 (4A) beat Ridgevue, 54-7
Knights took care of business against Ridgue. Now they need Vallivue to beat Emmett to win a 4A SIC title.
9. POST FALLS, 5-3 (5A) lost to No. 1 Coeur d’Alene, 30-14
The Trojans played them closer than the first go, and they’ll still host a playoff game — both key takeaways from the 5A IEL runners-up.
10. MERIDIAN, 5-2 (5A) beat Borah, 33-0
They’ve shown they can hand with the best, and the Warriors took care of business when they needed to Friday night.