Treasure Valley Teams Dominate Football Quarter-Finals
The Idaho high school football season has advanced to the quarter final stage of the playoffs and in 5A and 4A, 10 of the 16 teams still playing are from the Treasure Valley.
The 5A lineup rolls out with:
Timberline at Rocky Mountain. The Grizzlies, 9-0 and ranked no.1 in the state, had a first round bye while Timberline traveled and won at Post Falls.
The Highland Rams beat Madison, earning a trip to Boise Friday night to face the Borah Lions who at 7-2 earned a first round bye. These are two of the most storied schools in the history of Idaho high school football. This game will be broadcast live on The Fan Boise, 105.5 fm and 630 am kickoff at 7 pm.
Mountain View beat Lake City 58-0 and for that beat down they get to travel to Coeur d A'lene to tangle with the Vikings. CDA received a first round bye and is ranked no.2 in the state, the mavericks are no.4.
The Eagle Mustangs beat Capital for the second straight week to earn their quarter final berth. Eagle will be at Rigby, the Trojans enjoyed a first round bye.
The 4A quarter final lineup has a pair of local match-ups:
Kuna, undefeated and ranked no.1 will host Vallivue. The Kavemen beat the Falcons in a wild game during the regular season at Vallivue.
Bishop Kelly will host Nampa after the Bulldogs survived a 55-48 shootout in Pocatello last week with Century.
The two other 4A quarter final games will have Jerome at Middleton and Minico at Blackfoot.
In 3A a trio of local teams advanced but two of those will collide Friday night. Top ranked an undefeated Homedale will host Fruitland at 7pm.
Weiser also made the quarter finals and will travel to Timberlake for a Saturday afternoon 1pm kickoff.