Scores, highlights, and pictures from week nine of the Idaho high school football season
With two weeks to go in all but the 3A SRV regular season, the playoff picture has started to clear for Treasure Valley prep football teams.
Treasure Valley prep football roundup: Results and highlights from Friday night!
Defense led the way at Dona Larsen Park Thursday night, with the winless Meridian Warriors picking up their first win of the 2013 season without scoring a single offensive point, 14-0.
Capital, Bishop Kelly and Fruitland remained unbeaten Friday night, all posting big victories in conference play.
Unbeaten Capital used thundering offensive drives and a couple well-timed turnovers in the second half to stun Rocky Mountain 42-26 in Meridian. The Eagles trailed 20-7 at halftime.
Take a look at all the scores and highlights from Week 2 of Idaho high school football.
In 5A prep football, Borah, Capital and Rocky Mountain both posted big wins Friday. Watch the video to see Friday night's highlights!
Week zero was filled with lop-sided victories, overtime nail-biters, and a lot of football fun.
The Shaffer Racing team doesn't show any signs of slowing down, having expanded to five-member, three-generation squad.
No Meridian baseball team has ever made it to the Cal Ripken World Series, but this year they'll send their 12U team to Maryland, and their 10U team to Florida.
The Idaho Falls Bandits baseball team beat the Rocky Mountain Avalanche twice Sunday to win the AA Legion Baseball championship.
Young lacrosse players fill Ann Morrison Park this week, taking part in the first Boise State club lacrosse camp, but there's something a little different with this camp.
The Eugene Emeralds may have lost their first series game against the Boise Hawks, but they came back with a vengeance in their second game to win 5-1 on Wednesday night.
Fear - the heart-stopping, nightmare-inducing kind - is part of the excitement for the Snake River Stampeders.