2014 Idaho High School Football Rankings – Week 4

5A

Team (1st-place votes) W-L Pts. Prev.

1. Highland (6) 4-0 40 1

2. Coeur d’Alene (3) 4-0 39 2

3. Lake City 4-0 26 3

4. Eagle 4-0 20 4

5. Capital 3-1 9 5

Others receiving votes: Timberline 1.

4A

Team (1st-place votes) W-L Pts. Prev.

1. Blackfoot (4) 4-0 38 2

2. Bishop Kelly (3) 3-1 36 1

3. Kuna (2) 4-0 33 4

4. Middleton 3-1 11 —

5. Lakeland 3-1 9 3

Others receiving votes: Preston 3, Rigby 3, Canyon Ridge 2.

3A

Team (1st-place votes) W-L Pts. Prev.

1. Shelley (5) 3-1 39 1

2. Timberlake (3) 3-0 28 3

3. Gooding (1) 3-0 24 4

4. Snake River 2-1 20 2

5. Weiser 3-0 9 —

Others receiving votes: Fruitland 8, Emmett 7.

2A

Team (1st-place votes) W-L Pts. Prev.

1. Declo (9) 4-0 45 1

2. West Side 4-0 34 2

3. Aberdeen 4-0 22 5

4. Grangeville 3-1 20 4

5. Firth 2-2 6 3

Others receiving votes: Malad 4, Orofino 2, St. Maries 2.

1A DIVISION I

Team (1st-place votes) W-L Pts. Prev.

1. Troy (6) 4-0 39 1

2. Raft River (2) 4-0 32 2

3. Prairie 3-0 28 3

4. Valley 3-0 15 5

5. Kamiah (1) 4-0 10 —

Others receiving votes: Oakley 7, Butte County 4.

1A DIVISION II

Team (1st-place votes) W-L Pts. Prev.

1. Lighthouse Christian (5) 4-0 41 2

2. Carey (3) 4-0 38 3

3. Council (1) 3-1 24 1

4. Wilder 3-0 19 5

5. Dietrich 3-1 9 4

Others receiving votes: Rockland 2, Castleford 1, Timberline-Weippe 1.

Poll voters

David Bashore, Times-News

Byron Edelman, Lewiston Tribune

Jason Enes, Blackfoot Morning News

Jimmy Hancock, Idaho State Journal

Paul Kingsbury, IdahoSports.com

Mark Nelke, Coeur d’Alene Press

Jeff Pinkham, Post Register

Rachel Roberts, Idaho Statesman

John Wustrow, Idaho Press-Tribune

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