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Sven Alskog

Sven is a graduate of Idaho State University. His time at began in the fall of 2013 working football broadcasts. Since then he has been on the call for basketball, baseball, volleyball and wrestling as well for IdahoSports. Previously Sven has worked in the West Coast League as the 'Voice of the Kitsap BlueJackets' summer collegiate baseball team. He is originally from Camano Island, Wash.

1AD1 Football Schedules & Dates To Circle

Plenty of schools appear ready to make some noise in the 1AD1 ranks this year. Which of the games stand out on the schedules?

By: Sven Alskog
Published: 6/26/2019 10:56:13 AM

All of the 1AD1 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 1AD1 schools, follow this link and click your school. 

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

Idaho City at Raft River – Friday, August 30 at 7 p.m.
Both of these teams are coming off playoff runs in 2018 and should be strong again. This will be a good early season measuring stick for each program and marks one of the more intriguing non-conference matchups in the 1AD1 ranks. 

Rimrock at Glenns Ferry – Friday, August 30 at 7 p.m.
As Rimrock enters year three of the Mark Martell era on the sideline, the Raiders appear to have perhaps their most experienced group yet, led by First Team All-Conference running back Ian Burbank and First Team defensive end Nick Lino. Over the last two years Rimrock has graduated just six players, meaning a large chunk of the roster has been around since day one when Martell took over. Glenns Ferry will have a new coach and be looking for a quality win to get the season underway themselves. 

Valley vs. Genesee at Middleton – Saturday, September 7 at 11 a.m. MT
After winning the state championship last year, Valley graduated an abundance of talent including quarterback Jason Hardy, wide receiver Zane Mussmann, lineman Jacob Schilz and a host of others that made major impacts. For both of these teams, this will be a good opportunity to put some of their new faces on full display on a neutral site stage.  

Prairie vs. Raft River at Middleton – Saturday, September 7 at 2 p.m. MT
The Pirates defeated the Trojans by a score of 40-22 at the Kibbie Dome in the state quarterfinals last year. Each of these programs is a perennial contender and the expectations on both sides remain high this season. Watch out for Damian Forsmann and Derik Shears on the Prairie side, as both could be in store for huge years as they step into even larger roles. Owen Anderson should receive a heavy workload out of the backfield as well. Justin Schumann and Ryan Spaeth lead the way for Raft River.

Idaho City vs. Oakley at Middleton – Saturday, September 7 at 5 p.m. MT
Just like the first two games of the day at Middleton, the finale of the 2019 8-Man Classic will shed plenty of light on how all of the 1AD1 teams will shape up. Chandler Jones on the Oakley side of the ball will be one of the more explosive players in the state this season. 1AD1 Western Idaho Conference Defensive Player of the Year Drew Pawek will be tasked with slowing him down for the Wildcats.

Clearwater Valley at Lapwai – Friday, September 20 at 7 p.m. PT
Make a mental note to follow Bubba Summers this season. The Clearwater Valley senior is hard to tackle when he carries the ball and a tough defender when he lines up at linebacker on the other side of the field. Summers and quarterback Tyce Pfefferkorn should keep the Rams a contender for a repeat trip to state. Lapwai has become well-versed with playoff football in their own right and two-way star Titus Yearout, just a sophomore, is the name to know for the Wildcats. 

Valley at Oakley – Friday, September 27 at 7 p.m.
This one is a state championship rematch. Who wouldn’t want to see these two programs square off again?

Lapwai at Prairie – Friday, October 11 at 7 p.m. PT
Just one White Pine League Team (Genesee) has defeated Prairie since Lapwai knocked off the Pirates 54-40 in 2016. The Wildcats lost a lot of talent from a year ago, but the same can also be said for the Pirates, who have won 13 of the last 14 in the series between the two programs. These teams should both find themselves towards the top of the league standings again by the time this one comes around, meaning there could be a lot on the line.

Raft River at Valley – Friday, October 11 at 7 p.m.
Last year Raft River knocked off Valley 44-42 in an instant classic. Can the Vikings get some revenge this time around? This will be a fun one in Hazelton. 

Wilder at Idaho City – Friday, October 25 at 7 p.m.
You would be hard-pressed to find a pair of teams that were more evenly matched than these two last season. In two meetings, the home team won each time by a final score of 28-20. The 1AD1 Western Idaho Conference will again have every school playing each other twice this year, with these two playing at Wilder on October 4 and at Idaho City on October 25. This one could be for the conference title by the time the date rolls around on the calendar. 

Challis at Butte County – Friday, November 1 at 7 p.m.
Butte County will co-op with Mackay for football this season, which should make the Pirates a major challenge for conference opponents. Challis and Mackay are rivals themselves and have played some instant classics over the course of the last decade. This game will be played in Mackay.  

Kamiah at Clearwater Valley – Friday, November 1 at 7 p.m. PT
The Rams have taken three straight in this rivalry battle after Kamiah had won three in a row from 2013-15. Last year Clearwater Valley knocked off the Kubs 50-34 in a high-scoring affair in Kamiah. There is a good chance this final week game could be for a playoff spot out of the White Pine League. 


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