The Rocky Mountain, left, and Mountain View, right, programs have flirted with championship-level status, but the two teams broke through this season, shifting the balance of power in 5A football. Mountain View, which won this year’s regular-season meeting 44-20, qualified for the state finals for the first time last year. Rocky Mountain will play in its first title game Saturday. “It’s almost surreal,” Rocky Mountain defensive end Joey Tuccinardi said. “It feels weird. It doesn’t feel like we’re actually here.”
The Rocky Mountain, left, and Mountain View, right, programs have flirted with championship-level status, but the two teams broke through this season, shifting the balance of power in 5A football. Mountain View, which won this year’s regular-season meeting 44-20, qualified for the state finals for the first time last year. Rocky Mountain will play in its first title game Saturday. “It’s almost surreal,” Rocky Mountain defensive end Joey Tuccinardi said. “It feels weird. It doesn’t feel like we’re actually here.” Otto Kitsinger For the Idaho Statesman
The Rocky Mountain, left, and Mountain View, right, programs have flirted with championship-level status, but the two teams broke through this season, shifting the balance of power in 5A football. Mountain View, which won this year’s regular-season meeting 44-20, qualified for the state finals for the first time last year. Rocky Mountain will play in its first title game Saturday. “It’s almost surreal,” Rocky Mountain defensive end Joey Tuccinardi said. “It feels weird. It doesn’t feel like we’re actually here.” Otto Kitsinger For the Idaho Statesman

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State football title would elevate Mountain View, Rocky Mountain to another level

November 17, 2015 11:37 PM

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