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Weekend Preview (Sept. 30-Oct. 1)
The final weekend of regular season soccer competition has arrived, with monumental football matchups on the docket as well
Published: 9/30/2022 9:19:49 AM



Columbia @ Emmett

7 p.m. Friday

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4A Southern Idaho Conference (SIC) opponents Columbia (1-4, 0-2 SIC) and Emmett (4-1, 1-0) have posted the exact opposite results so far this season. The Wildcats picked up a season opening win over 3A Fruitland before losing four straight games. Conversely, the Huskies began their 2022 campaign with a 49-32 setback against Blackfoot, and have since won four games in a row, scoring no less than 34 points in each contest during that stretch. Needless to say, these teams are heading in opposite directions as they head into the home stretch of the regular season.


Blackfoot @ Highland (Pocatello)

7 p.m. Friday

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Speaking of Blackfoot (3-2, 1-1 High Country Conference), the Broncos have now fell short two weeks in a row after charging out of the gates to a 3-0 start to the season. Blackfoot will have some work to do to avoid a three-game losing streak, as the Broncos travel to 5A Highland (2-3) Friday night. The Rams rigorous schedule came back to bite them again last week when they fell 14-6 on the road at Meridian. Despite having a losing record midway through the year, Highland has hung tough against some of the best 4A and 5A teams in the state. The Rams could use a big win Friday to get them revved up for their District 5-6 slate to end the season.


Century @ Idaho Falls

7 p.m. Friday

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After a stinging 56-10 loss at Twin Falls last Friday, the Century Diamondbacks’ quest for win No. 1 continues. Century (0-5) will look to put a mark in the win column this week when the Diamondbacks travel to Idaho Falls to take on the 1-4 Tigers. The Tigers will need to dust themselves off after they were pummeled 46-7 last week by crosstown rival Skyline in the 58th annual Emotion Bowl. While the 1-4 overall record is not a good look, Idaho Falls is 1-1 in the 4A High Country Conference and still very much in contention for a 4A playoff bid. For that to be possible, the Tiger need to take care of business at home this Friday.


Filer @ Kimberly

7 p.m. Friday

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After losing a shocker two weeks ago to then-winless Marsh Valley, Kimberly (4-1) rebounded nicely last week for a road win over 4A Mountain Home. The Bulldogs will return home this week for a Sawtooth Central Idaho Conference (SCIC) matchup with Filer (2-3, 0-1 SCIC). The Wildcats picked up their second win of the season last week at home versus Wendell and will hope to keep that momentum rolling into Friday’s contest.


McCall-Donnelly @ Weiser

7 p.m. Friday

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Defending 3A state champion Weiser (5-0, 1-0 Snake River Valley Conference) will host McCall-Donnelly (2-1, 0-1) Friday for a bigtime conference showdown. After roaring out to a 2-0 start, the Vandals had their momentum derailed when their Week 3 matchup with Timberlake got axed due to poor air quality. McCall was idle the following week and looked rusty last Friday in a 20-12 home loss to Fruitland. The Wolverines, on the other hand, look like a major threat to repeat this season, as they have been annihilating opponents each week. The last time Weiser allowed a point was Week 3.


Mountain View @ Kuna

7 p.m. Friday

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Mountain View (3-2, 3-0 SIC River) plays at Kuna (3-2, 1-2) this week in a big SIC River Division contest. After going 1-8 last season, the Kavemen have held their own so far in 2022, but Friday’s home game against the Mavericks might be their biggest test yet. In 2021, Mountain View posted a perfect record in the regular season but after being upset in the first round of the 5A playoffs and starting this season 0-2, Head Coach Brian Compton and his team found themselves in a tough spot. Since those two early losses, the Mavericks have seemingly turned the tide, winning three straight games and improving each week. Mountain View has the capability to compete for a 5A state title this year, but first the Mavericks need to keep their momentum going Friday against a sneaky good Kuna team.


Timberline (Boise) @ Middleton

7 p.m. Friday

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Despite an 0-5 start to the season, Timberline has shown some gradual improvement and is coming off a tight game against Capital last Friday. This week, the Wolves will go on the road against a Middleton team that has the makings of a 5A state playoff qualifier. The Vikings (3-2, 0-2 SIC Foothills) went on the road to play Thunder Ridge last week, trampling the Titans 42-7 in a signature win for Head Coach Bill Brock and his squad.


Lewiston @ Moscow

7 p.m. Friday

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This week’s battle on the Palouse will feature two teams heading in polar opposite directions. It’s safe to say that the Moscow Bears (0-5) currently find themselves in a rebuilding year. Meanwhile, after losing some key pieces from last season, Lewiston (4-1) appears to have reloaded and the Bengals might potentially be the team to beat in the 5A Inland Empire League (IEL). Lewiston cannot overlook Moscow, but a big win this week would push their win streak to five in a row, paving the way for the Bengals to head into league play red hot.


Shelley @ Pocatello

7 p.m. Friday

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After a frustrating 0-3 start to the season, Shelley’s dominant 28-0 shutout win over Bonneville last Friday reminded Idaho high school football fans that the Russets are still one of the best teams in the High Country Conference. This Friday, Shelley will go on the road to play Pocatello in an intriguing non-conference matchup between a pair of 2-3 teams. The Thunder came within a touchdown of the 4A state finals last season, but a loss last week to Hillcrest marked the second in a row for Pocatello, moving the team’s record below .500. Both Shelley and Pocatello could really use a win to bolster their playoff push as the regular season begins to wind down.


Sandpoint @ Lake City

7 p.m. Friday

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Sandpoint (1-3) went on the road last Friday and nearly knocked off Lewiston in an epic come-from-behind performance. However, when Parker Pettit’s two-point conversion run came up just short of the goal line, the Bulldogs once again found themselves on the losing end of a hard-fought matchup with a larger school. Moral victories are great, but Head Coach Ryan Knowles that his team needs to win some games if they’d like to avoid playing on the road throughout the 4A state playoffs. The Bulldogs will need to bring their A-game this week to do that, as they travel back down to Coeur d’Alene for a matchup with Lake City (2-3). The Timberwolves have had an up-and-down season so far, but they are still a 5A IEL team capable of competing with a talented Sandpoint squad.


Castleford @ Camas County

4 p.m. Friday

Something has to give Friday afternoon when Castleford travels to Camas County for a battle of undefeated 1AD2 Sawtooth Conference rivals. The Wolves are 4-0 thanks to their stellar defense, which has allowed just 26 points in four games so far this year. The Mushers, meanwhile, have averaged 61 points per game in their four victories thus far.


Burley @ Bishop Kelly

7 p.m. Friday

Two strong 4A teams will square off in Boise Friday evening as Burley (4-1) takes on Bishop Kelly (5-0). The Bobcats four game winning streak came to an end last week when they fell 42-28 to Minico. The Knights, on the other hand, have cruised to five straight wins by an average score of 41-5. Friday’s matchup could give 4A fans a sneak peak of two probably state playoff teams.


Minico @ Canyon Ridge

7 p.m. Friday

The top two teams from the 4A Great Basin Conference (GBC) play Friday evening as Minico (5-1, 1-0 GBC) goes on the road against Canyon Ridge (4-0, 2-0). The Spartans have looked solid so far this season and are coming off a big win in which they held Burley’s prolific offense to just 28 points. For as good as Minico’s defense has been, the Riverhawks have looked even better. Canyon Ridge is allowing less than seven points per game so far this year.


Kamiah @ Prairie

7 p.m. Friday

Each week, the crowded 1AD1 Whitepine League standings seem to slowly work itself out. This Friday, the top spot in the League will be clarified as Whitepine blue blood Prairie (3-1, 3-0 Whitepine) hosts conference new blood Kamiah (4-1, 3-0). The Pirates got romped in their season-opening loss to Oakley, but since that game they have won three in a row and scored 50 or more in each game. Kamiah has also proven themselves to be a contender for the league championship this year. The Kubs picked up a huge win over Clearwater Valley last Friday, downing the Rams 34-22. But as the saying goes, the Kubs need to beat the best to be the best, and that means knocking off perennial Whitepine powerhouse Prairie this week.


Skyline @ Rigby

7 p.m. Friday

Buckle up because this one should be good. The defending 4A state champion Skyline Grizzlies will take on last season’s 5A champion Rigby Friday evening in a battle of two of the top teams in the state. Both Skyline (4-1) and Rigby (4-1) have just one loss this season, and for both the Grizzlies and Trojans that came against solid Utah schools. Last week, the Trojans eked out a 28-24 win over Blackfoot, while the Grizz mauled Idaho Falls 46-7.



Borah @ Rocky Mountain

5:30 p.m. Friday

District tournament seeding will be on the line Friday evening when the No. 3 and No. 4 teams, respectively, in the 5A SIC standings face off. Borah (8-2-2, 7-2-1 SIC) will enter Friday’s match winners of two straight. With this game at Rocky Mountain (8-2-1, 8-2) Friday and a regular season finale at home versus defending state champion Timberline Tuesday, the Lions will get to prove that they can measure up with some of the powerhouse teams in 5A soccer. The Grizzlies — last year’s 5A third place finishers — got off to a torrid 8-0-1 start to the season but have since lost their last two games to Timberline and Boise. Rocky Mountain could use a big win Friday to get things back on track before the looming gauntlet of the District 3 tournament.


Eagle @ Mountain View

5:30 p.m. Friday

Two more 5A SIC teams will be battling it out for playoff seeding Friday evening when Eagle (7-5-1, 5-4-1 SIC) takes on Mountain View (9-4, 6-4). The Mustangs struggled out of the gate this season, beginning the year 2-4. Since then, Eagle has righted the ship and will enter Friday’s game on a four-game winning streak in which they have only allowed two goals. The Mavericks have had reverse fortunes than those of the Mustangs. Mountain View opened the year 7-0, but have since cooled off, losing four of the last six matches. Whoever wins Friday will have a big confidence boost heading into the district tournament.


Wood River @ Hillcrest

12:30 p.m. Saturday

Wood River (9-2-1, 8-1-1 Great Basin Conference) will travel to Hillcrest Saturday afternoon for a big non-conference match as both teams near the end of their regular season schedules. The Wolverines have proven themselves to be a stout defensive team, allowing one or zero goals in 11 of their 12 games this season. Wood River is 3-0-2 in its last five games, and the Wolverines hope to keep that hot stretch going on the road this weekend. Similar to Wood River, the Knights have played on a ton of close games this season, earning five draws so far in 2022. Both Hillcrest and Wood River have 4A state playoff aspirations, and this match could certainly be a first round state playoff preview.


Bonners Ferry @ Orofino

1 p.m. Saturday

Bonners Ferry will close out a stretch of six games in nine days on the road at Orofino Saturday afternoon. The Badgers find themselves sitting at No. 2 in the Intermountain League (IML), and they cannot overlook this scrappy Maniacs team that may be a dark horse to compete for the District 1-2 title in two weeks. If Bonners Ferry survives this match, the team will finish with games at Priest River and at home against Coeur d’Alene Charter next week. Win out, and the Badgers will be the 2022 IML champions.



Marsh Valley @ Snake River

11 a.m. Saturday

Saturday will mark the season finale for Marsh Valley and Snake River as the Eagles make the trek up to Blackfoot to take on the Panthers. Saturday’s match will be huge for each squad, as the winner will earn the No. 2 seed and home-field advantage in the first round of next week’s district tournament. The Eagles and Panthers played to a 3-3 draw back on Sept. 14, and this high-stakes match is sure to be just as thrilling.


Pocatello @ Thunder Ridge

11 a.m. Saturday

Pocatello plays on the road at Thunder Ridge Saturday morning in a bigtime 4A-5A matchup between two of East Idaho’s finest teams. The Titans toppled the Thunder 4-3 on Sept. 3 in Pocatello and look to get another big win at home Saturday as they prepare for a challenging district tournament coming up. Saturday’s match will be the final regular season game for the Thunder, while the Titans will have a chance to avenge their 3-2 loss to conference rival Madison on Tuesday in their season finale.




Madison Tournament

The “big school” volleyball tournament this weekend will go down in Rexburg, where the Madison Bobcats will host Idaho Falls, Boise, Eagle, Mountain View, Timberline (Boise), Fruitland, Rigby, Thunder Ridge, Century, Pocatello, South Fremont, Sugar-Salem, Columbia, Bonneville and Hillcrest.


Malad Tournament

The “small school” tournament of the week is hosted by Malad this week. The Dragons will compete against Marsh Valley, Soda Springs, West Side, Declo, Butte County, North Fremont, Ririe and West Jefferson.


Pea and Lentil Tournament

The Genesee Bulldogs will host their annual Pea and Lentil Volleyball Tournament this week, featuring St. Maries, Deary and several strong volleyball programs from eastern Washington.


Grace Lutheran vs. Mackay

2:30 p.m. Saturday

Last Saturday, Grace Lutheran beat 1AD2 Rocky Mountain Conference (RMC) rival Mackay 3-0 during a tri-match at Rockland. This weekend, the Royals (10-3, 9-3 RMC) and Miners (14-4, 9-3) will face off once again. Saturday’s contest will be the middle game of a tri-match at Sho-Ban.

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