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Two college prospects in OL John Ojukwu and QB Will McMullin have Boise eyeing its first winning season since 2008.
Coming off five losses, second most in program history, Capital’s returning experience should lead to strong 2016.
Experience and higher turnout have Columbia looking to end its 24-game losing streak and score its first win in 5A.
With eight returning offensive starters, Meridian is looking to air it out and make the playoffs for third year in a row.
The Mavs have finished second at state two years in a row. Can they break through this season for their first title?
After missing the playoffs for six straight years, first-year coach Dan Holtry hopes to get the Bulldogs back on track.
Despite only a handful or returning starters, first-year coach Jason Burton has the Lions thinking playoffs.
With better offseason participation, the Patriots are further ahead in the preseason than they were a year ago.
The Mustangs return eight offensive starters and will have a new look with former Meridian High coach Mike Virden as their OC.
Kuna’s reward for winning its first playoff game last fall since 1998, when it played in 3A? A move up to the 5A SIC.
Coach Scott Criner says the Grizzlies can’t rely on last year’s success despite the return of three All-Idaho first-team picks.
Experience is in short supply as the Wolves install a quick-passing offense and search for their first playoff win.