Boise at Meridian
This is the final game of the season for each of these teams, as neither is in contention for a playoff berth. Both would like to finish the season on a good note and avoid the 5A Southern Idaho Conference basement.
Borah at Rocky Mountain
Both of these teams are assured a state playoff spot, but this game will help determine seeding. Rockys league-leading defense will be pitted against three of the conferences individual leaders in passing (Cole Skinner), rushing (Hunter Kenyon) and receiving (Kion Williams).
Centennial at Capital
Capital has already wrapped up a postseason spot, but can improve its seed with a win. Although the Patriots cant make the playoffs, they are coming off a win over Rocky Mountain and can affect where Capital lands in the standings.
Bishop Kelly at Nampa
Bishop Kelly will be the districts No. 2 seed in the state playoffs whether or not it wins against Nampa. The Bulldogs havent posted a victory since Sept. 28, but should be fired up for their final home game of the season.
Emmett at Caldwell
Although their playoff hopes have already been dashed, each of these teams can potentially move up in the standings with a win in the final game of the season.
Skyview at Columbia
Win or lose, Skyview has locked up the leagues No. 3 spot in the playoffs. That wont matter to a Columbia team hoping to beat the Hawks for the first time since 2007.
Middleton at Mountain Home
Mountain Home may have a hard time avoiding a second consecutive winless season, as the Tigers draw the 4A Southern Idaho Conferences regular-season champion.
Kimberly at Weiser
After a slow start, Weiser has won four of its past five games, earning the leagues No. 2 seed in the playoffs and the right to host Kimberly (3-5) in the first round. The Bulldogs victories are against Wood River, Buhl and Filer.
Orofino at Marsing
Marsing is hosting a state playoff game for the second year in a row, but appears to be in better position for a win this time. Orofino (3-4) lost to McCall-Donnelly 26-22 earlier this season a team Marsing beat 36-13.
Nampa Christian at Grangeville
This game certainly looks like a tough one on paper, as Grangeville (7-1) is the defending state champion. However, it could be a tight contest. Both teams have losses this season to McCall-Donnelly.
McCall-Donnelly at Wendell
Wendell (4-4) finished as the District Four runner-up behind unbeaten Declo, while McCall-Donnelly grabbed the No. 3 seed in the 2A WIC. McCall has proven it can play with some of the best teams in the state beating defending champ Grangeville on Sept. 14 but has been inconsistent.
Greenleaf at Hagerman
School officials are uncertain the last time Greenleaf had a five-win season, let alone a playoff berth. The Grizzlies wont be getting a warm welcome from unbeaten Hagerman (8-0). The Pirates are the No. 1 team in the state media poll and also are the defending state champions.
Butte County at Notus
Butte County (6-2) earned the No. 3 seed out of District Four-Five-Six, but that comes behind unbeaten Hagerman and one-loss Grace.
Challis at Rimrock
Despite its losing record, Rimrock won the District Three regular-season title and the right to host a first-round playoff game. Challis (4-4) enters on a two-game losing streak, while the Raiders have won three of their past four.
Salmon River at Tri-Valley
Salmon River can lock up a postseason berth and the leagues No. 1 seed with a win against winless Tri-Valley. The Savages are attempting to win their fourth regular-season title in a row.
Cascade at Council
Councils playoff hopes are dependent on a loss by either Salmon River or Garden Valley in the final game of the regular season. Should Salmon River beat winless Tri-Valley, Garden Valley loses and Council beats Cascade, there would be a three-way tie for second with idle Wilder. That spot would be determined by a Kansas City playoff.
Garden Valley at Horseshoe Bend
Garden Valley advances to the state playoffs with a win against Horseshoe Bend. If Salmon River also wins, the Wolverines will be the No. 2 seed and play the champion out of District One.
Parma vs. Timberlake
Parma aims to win its first state playoff game at the 3A level since joining the classification in 2010. Despite its four losses, Timberlake is the District One-Two champion. Timberlakes state run has ended at the hands of a District Three team every year since 2004.
Kellogg vs. Fruitland
Based on records alone, unbeaten Fruitland (8-0) shouldnt have much trouble with Kellogg (1-7). The Wildcats are the No. 3 seed out of District One-Two with their lone win coming against Bonners Ferry last week.
Payette at Priest River
Payette last won a state playoff game in 2009, when the Pirates advanced to the semifinals. Priest River (5-3) is the District One-Two runner-up and is back in the playoffs for the first time since 2009.
St. Maries at New Plymouth
At 6-2, New Plymouth has more wins than its first-round opponent despite being a No. 3 seed. District Five champion St. Maries (4-4) enters on a two-game winning streak, while New Plymouth has won six of its past seven games.