Sep 25, 2018

5A SIC Week 6

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Edited: Sep 25, 2018

Seems like another quiet week for the most part. The most intriguing matchup to me is Skyview-Capital. Capital looked solid last week dominating a good Borah team, and it will be interesting to see if Skyview can bounce back and compete. Other than that, most of the the SIC's games this week "seem" pretty straight forward.

Here's my picks for the week

Eagle > Timberline - (shouldn't be close, but I've been wrong way more than right this year)

Borah > Boise - in a blowout

MV > Centennial - not close if MV's offense shows up

Rocky > Meridian - not sure if anyone can handle Rocky right now.

Capital > Skyview - think it will be close, but I think all those kids going both ways is starting to catch up to Skyview

 

What do you guys think?

 

Sep 26, 2018

I would agree with all of your assessments. Skyview this year has changed my perception on the 5ASIC.

With that I would add: Highland big over Thunder Ridge. However, the most telling 5A game this week will be the Rigby at Madison. OK I see black and red this time of the year and I am a HUGE Highland fan. However, after I watched the Highland CDA game last week, I still wonder if Highland is over-rated and there is more Parity in the EAST than I want to believe. Rigby played CDA at home much better than Highland did on the road. However Kale Edwards did not go off on Rigby as he did against Highland. However, Rigby's defense usually is pretty good and they have some nice sized players. This just tells me that there is a lot of football still to be played. Can Rigby's defense slow down Madison's spread. Madison with a loss to Skyview (UT) and a 1 point win against Hillcrest at Home makes me wonder if they are also as good as their ranking. However, they are at home (against Rigby) and also they have more experience in close and big games. I will give a slight nod to Madison at home. This will be a Big game in deciding who gets one of the two play off spots in the East. Enjoy the games.

 

Sep 27, 2018

I'm not sold on Madison or Rigby yet. I believe Madison wins at home as usual. Highland rolls over the Titans. Eagle over T-Line. Borah over Boise. Capital over Skyview. Rocky big over Meridian, RM is the only Grizzly team I cheer for. MV over Centennial

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