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5A Football Schedules & Dates To Circle
There are 101 games featuring 5A schools in the 2019 football regular season. Check out who your team is scheduled to play this year.
Published: 5/31/2019 10:28:23 AM

All of the 5A schedules are set for the 2019 football season in Idaho, with plenty of dates to circle on the calendar out of the 101 games.

To see the schedules for each of the 5A schools, follow this link and click your school. 

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

Rigby at Coeur d’Alene - Friday, August 30 at 7 p.m. PT
Rigby makes the 476 mile trek northward to Coeur d’Alene to take on the Vikings, who made a run to the state semifinals last season. The two teams met last year in Rigby where the Vikings scored 14 unanswered in the fourth quarter to squeeze out a 29-26 win in their season opener. 

Lake City at Madison - Friday, August 30 at 7 p.m. MT
This will mark the first game at the new Madison High School football field, which will include the only digital football scoreboard display in the state of Idaho. Lake City enters year two under head coach Brian Fulp with increased expectations, while Madison is coming off a seven-win campaign in which the Bobcats made a run to the state quarterfinals. 

Rocky Mountain at Mountain View - Friday, September 6 at 7 p.m.
This rivalry has grown over the last few seasons with the success of both teams on the field. The game is now called the Battle of the Mountains and has a trophy associated with it. The defending state champion Grizzlies won 16-6 last season and both teams should be ranked in the top five once again to start the season, making this a big matchup in the 5A SIC right out of the chutes. 

Borah at Eagle - Friday, September 13 at 7 p.m.
It will be hard to find two more explosive players on the field at the same time than what will be on display in this one with Ben Ford for Eagle and Austin Bolt leading the way for Borah. That alone makes this one worthy of circling on the calendar. 

Madison at Rigby - Friday, September 27 at 7 p.m.
The Bobcats have won the last five meetings in this rivalry series, with the last win for Rigby coming back during the 2013 season. This also marks the first conference game of the season for both schools, which should shed some more light on how things might shake out as the year winds down. 

Coeur d’Alene at Highland - Friday, September 27 at 8:15 p.m. MT
As far as long distance rivalries go, there is none better than this in the state of Idaho. These two teams have played eight times since 2012, with the sides splitting those meetings. Last year the Vikings won 42-20 at home over Highland. The Rams would go on to fall in the state championship to Rocky Mountain, with Coeur d’Alene getting eliminated by the same opponent in the semifinals. Expect the dome to be rocking for this one. 

Borah at Capital - Thursday, October 3 at 7 p.m.
Capital had won 17 of the previous 18 meetings in this Boise School District clash up until a 42-27 Borah victory in the playoffs last season, which was the first postseason win for the Lions since 1995. There should be a lot on the line by the time this point in the season comes. The Eagles also boast one of the most talented receivers in Idaho in Jonah Blackham, who will have a new quarterback throwing to him after the graduation of Ryan Hibbs. 

Rocky Mountain at Meridian - Friday, October 11 at 7 p.m.
Expect Meridian to be one of the most improved teams in the state this year, with a surplus of young and explosive talent returning including quarterback Braden Honn, receivers Davis Thacker and Micah Franklyn and running back Devon Fox amongst a host of others. This game also pits new Warriors head coach John Zamberlin against a program he previously served as an assistant for. 

Eagle at Rocky Mountain - Friday, October 18 at 7 p.m.
Another rivalry game that is always competitive, the fourth annual Herb Criner Bowl will welcome new Eagle head coach John Hartz to the sideline for his first shot at upending the Grizzlies. Rocky Mountain won 31-17 over the Mustangs last season. Quarterback Colby Jackson and offensive lineman Gerrit Tamminga are both very familiar with this game on the Rocky side, with Cam Churchill and Derek Tommasini having taken part in multiple matchups with their West Ada foes on the other side of the field.

Highland at Madison - Friday, October 18 at 7 p.m.
In recent history there have been multiple close games between these two, however Highland has won six in a row over the Bobcats. The last Madison win came in 2012. Both teams are perennially in the hunt for a conference championship, and this one could very well decide who comes away on top once again. 

Post Falls at Coeur d’Alene - Friday, October 25 at 7 p.m. PT
The two representatives in the 5A state playoffs from the Inland Empire League last season get together at Coeur d’Alene this year. Post Falls is one of the more interesting teams in the state, with a young nucleus returning after the Trojans played young last year. Quarterback Derek Pearse is a player to watch on a statewide scale this season.

Mountain View at Meridian - Friday, October 25 at 7 p.m.
Meridian has not won against Mountain View since 2007, however the Warriors are on the rise and have the talent in place to make this a tough game this time around. The Mavericks always boast one of the most talented rosters in the state themselves and will be difficult to slow down with talent like K.J. Lynch, Ace Gibson, Kayden Chan and Bronx Barrus all expected back on the offensive side of the ball. Caden Thomas is an anchor from the linebacker position in his own right on defense. 


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