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  4A Football Schedules & Dates To Circle

Gutama Haws (Hillcrest) and Matt Heffner (Bishop Kelly) have their teams ready to take on challenging schedules once again this year.

By: Sven Alskog
Published: 6/4/2019 10:29:56 AM

All of the 4A schedules are set for the 2019 football season in Idaho, with plenty of dates to circle on the calendar.

To see the schedules for each of the 4A schools, follow this link and click your school. 

We decided to highlight some of the matchups that stood out to us on first glance.

Bishop Kelly at Vallivue – Friday, September 6 at 7 p.m.
Both 2018 matchups between these two teams were decided by a touchdown in the favor of the Knights. This season the Falcons get a chance to host, with Layne Coffin boasting one of the top players in the state in quarterback Lan Larison, a four year starter who also excels on the defensive side of the ball and is committed to UC Davis. 

Minico at Burley – Friday, September 13 at 7 p.m.
Two of the youngest coaches in the state in Keelan McCaffrey (Minico) and Dylan Corless (Burley) line their teams up against each other in this rivalry affair. The Bobcats have not defeated the Spartans since a 22-13 win in 2004, a span of 14 straight Minico victories. Burley has some talent to work with though led by quarterback Ethan Gibbons and lineman Franklyn Tilley that could make things interesting this year. 

Columbia at Kuna – Friday, September 20 at 7 p.m.
We will learn a lot about both of these teams when they square off with each other. Columbia has to replace do-everything running back Allamar Alexander, but has quarterback Austin Collett and receivers Jeremiah Brent, Dalles Christensen and Jayden Parker all back. Kuna had high expectations last year and was able to win five games, however fell just short of a playoff trip in a loaded 4A SIC.

Hillcrest at Bonneville – Friday, September 20 at 7 p.m.
Hillcrest has won five in a row and ten of the last 11 against the Bees in the head-to-head series. Bonneville hopes to give the Knights a challenge this time around with players like quarterback Willie Nelson and skill position talents including Jordan Perez, Dylan Virgil and Kai Howell all expected back. It’s been six years since the last trip to the playoffs for Bonneville. 

Middleton at Bishop Kelly – Friday, September 27 at 7 p.m.
Bill Brock and Tim Brennan have a combined 44 years of experience between them at their current jobs, so there is plenty of familiarity between these two conference foes. This has turned into a game to circle on the calendar each year to see all of the talent on the field for each side. This year will be no exception.

Skyline at Idaho Falls – Friday, September 27 at 7 p.m.
We don’t need to say much about this one. It’s the Emotion Bowl. It’s awesome. You’ll want to be there in person or watch it online.

Canyon Ridge at Twin Falls – Friday, September 27 at 7 p.m.
The Service Bowl game is annually one of the cooler events in the state as far as recognizing military and for the camouflage uniforms that the teams each wear. Since 2009 however, the on the field results have been all in the favor of Twin Falls, with the Bruins winning nine of the last ten meetings. 

Blackfoot at Skyline – Thursday, October 3 at 7 p.m.
People within the eastern Idaho football landscape are high on the Broncos this year. Reece Robinson is an explosive threat on the offensive side of the ball for Blackfoot. He will be countered by Skyline star Cruz Taylor, which means this game is a prime candidate for some big game changing plays. 

Century at Twin Falls – Friday, October 4 at 7 p.m.
These teams will enter the season right in the heart of the discussion for favorites in their respective pods within the Great Basin Ten Conference. Despite not being factored into the conference standings, this should still serve as a strong measuring stick for each side. 

Hillcrest at Skyline – Thursday, October 10 at 7 p.m.
Over the course of the last four meetings both teams have won two games each. Easton Taylor and Kyle Austin have both graduated, meaning two new quarterbacks will lead the way this year. Expect this one to have major implications in the conference standings late in the season. 

Nampa at Middleton – Friday, October 11 at 7 p.m.
The Bulldogs knocked off the Vikings at home last year 35-28 in a game that put Idaho on notice that Dan Holtry’s program is on the rise. Nampa carried that momentum to a semifinal run at state before falling 41-20 against eventual champion Hillcrest. With a good core group returning, highlighted by Donnie Estrada and Jace Mann, expect the Bulldogs to once again be a tough out. The Vikings are led by lineman Gaard Memmelaar, receiver Jace Rodgers and quarterback Dallas Hagler.  

Sandpoint at Moscow – Friday, October 11 at 7 p.m. PT
Both of these teams were playoff representatives out of the north last season. Remember the name Chad Redinger for Moscow. The junior quarterback had a huge sophomore season and should continue to show improvement in year two under center. Sandpoint is in its second season under Ryan Knowles and should be improved as well. 

Century at Minico – Friday, October 18 at 7 p.m.
Quarterback Nathan Manning, wide receiver Drew Gunter and the Diamondbacks head to Rupert for what could amount to a championship game within the East Pod. Rylan Chandler and Tazyn Twiss are players to watch for Minico. 

Vallivue at Middleton – Friday, October 25 at 7 p.m.
You never know what the records will be like by the time the last week of the season comes, but this one should be fun. 


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