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					Idaho High School Activities Association



  2010 State Football




  Tournament Manual
   United Dairymen of Idaho
      Official Sponsor of
IHSAA State Championship Events
                             2010-2011 State Tournament Host Hotels
    The following hotels have agreed to serve as the 2010-2011 State Tournament Host Hotels by providing
   complimentary rooms for tournament officials. We appreciate their generous support and urge all IHSAA
                     member schools to patronize these Partners in Youth Development.


                                                   EAST BOISE
DoubleTree Club Hotel                                475 W Park Center Blvd                       208-345-2002
Grove Hotel                                          245 S Capitol Blvd, Boise                    208-472-3363
Hampton Inn & Suites, Boise/Downtown                 495 S Capitol Blvd                           208-331-1900
Holiday Inn                                          3300 Vista Ave                               208-344-8365
Holiday Inn Express, Boise                           2613 S Vista Ave, Boise                      208-388-0800
Residence Inn by Marriott                            1401 Lusk Ave                                208-344-1200
SpringHill Suites, Park Center                       424 E Park Center Blvd                       208-342-1044

                                    WEST BOISE / NAMPA / CALDWELL
Country Inns & Suites                                3355 E Pine Ave, Meridian                    208-639-3300
Courtyard by Marriott                                1789 S Eagle Rd, Meridian                    208-888-0800
Fairfield Inn & Suites, Nampa                        16150 N Midland Blvd, Nampa                  208-467-5888
Hampton Inn & Suites, Meridian                       875 S Allen St, Meridian                     208-887-3600
Hampton Inn & Suites, Nampa                          5750 Franklin Rd, Nampa                      208-442-0036
Harrison Plaza Suites                                409 S Cole Rd, Boise                         208-375-7666
Mr Sandman Inn & Suites                              1575 S Meridian Rd, Meridian                 208-887-2062
Shilo Inns & Resorts
         Nampa Suites                                1401 Shilo Dr, Nampa                         208-465-3250
         Nampa Blvd                                  617 Northside Blvd, Nampa                    208-466-8993
Sleep Inn                                            1315 Industrial Rd, Nampa                    208-463-6300
SpringHill Suites                                    6325 N Cloverdale Rd, Boise                  208-939-8266
Super 8, Nampa                                       624 Northside Blvd, Nampa                    208-467-2888

                                           COEUR D’ALENE AREA
Coeur d’Alene Inn                                    506 W Appleway, Coeur d’Alene                208-765-3200
Holiday Inn Express, Hayden                          151 W Orchard, Hayden                        208-772-7900
Red Lion Templin’s Resort                            414 E First Ave, Post Falls                  208-773-1611

                                                 LEWISTON AREA
Holiday Inn Express                                  2425 Nez Perce Dr, Lewiston                  208-750-1600
Red Lion Hotel                                       621 21st St, Lewiston                        208-748-1000

                                                 POCATELLO AREA
Call Pocatello Convention and Visitors’ Bureau                                                    208-235-7659

                                        TWIN FALLS / BURLEY AREA
Burley Inn                                           800 N Overland Ave, Burley                   208-678-3501
Fairfield Inn & Suites, Burley                       230 W 7th St North, Burley                   208-677-5000
Hampton Inn & Suites                                 1658 Fillmore, Twin Falls                    208-734-2233
Holiday Inn Express                                  1554 Fillmore, Twin Falls                    208-732-6001
Red Lion Hotel                                       1357 Blue Lakes Blvd N, Twin Falls           208-734-5000
Shilo Inns & Resorts                                 1586 Blue Lakes Blvd N, Twin Falls           208-733-7545

                                                 IDAHO FALLS AREA
                                                     Welcome
 GuestHouse Inn & Suites                               850 Lindsay Blvd, Idaho Falls                208-777-1405
The Idaho High School Activities Association welcomes you to the 2009 State Football “Milk Bowl” Championships.
 Red Lion Hotel                                                                                     208-523-8000
                                                       475 River Parkway, Idaho Falls will be an enjoyable,
We appreciate your support of Idaho high school activities and hope these championships
 Shilo Inns & Resorts                                               Blvd, Idaho Falls
                                                       780 Lindsayfans. Good luck!
educational, and memorable experience for all players, coaches and                                  208-523-0088


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The material in this manual is separated into two areas:
l. General Information - applies to all games. 2. Championship Rounds – applies to final round of the Milk Bowl.


                                                   TABLE OF CONTENTS
                                                    GENERAL INFORMATION
                               Admission – Public ........................................................ 4
                               Admission – Team and School Personnel ...................... 4
                               All-Tournament Teams................................................... 6
                               Broadcasting / Webcasting ............................................. 6
                               Crowd Control ................................................................ 4
                               Dressing Rooms/Towels ................................................. 5
                               Financial Plan 3A/2A/1A- Pre-champ. Rounds.............. 6
                               Financial Plan 5A/4A - Pre-championship Rounds........ 6
                               Game Football................................................................. 5
                               Heaters and Phones......................................................... 5
                               Home/Visiting Team Designation .................................. 4
                               Hotel Conduct ................................................................. 6
                               Jerseys............................................................................. 5
                               Lost and Found ............................................................... 5
                               Managers......................................................................... 4
                               Official Rules.................................................................. 5
                               Pairings .......................................................................... 8
                               Pep Bands, Cheerleaders, Marching Groups, etc............ 4
                               Pre-tournament Practice.................................................. 5
                               Programs ......................................................................... 5
                               Protests............................................................................ 6
                               Rosters & Team Pictures ................................................ 6
                               Site Selection Criteria - Pre-championship Rounds ....... 5
                               Site Selection - Pre-championship Rounds..................... 5
                               Sportsmanship Rules...................................................... 4
                               Training Rooms .............................................................. 5
                               Warm-up Between Games .............................................. 5

                                               CHAMPIONSHIP ROUNDS
                               Awards ............................................................................ 7
                               Championship Finals Site Selection/Times .................... 6
                               Financial Plan - Championship Finals ............................ 7
                               Introduction of Players.................................................... 7
                               National Anthem............................................................. 7
                               Officials .......................................................................... 7
                               Past State Champions...................................................... 9
                               T-shirts/Souvenir Merchandise....................................... 7




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                                                      GENERAL INFORMATION
Sites/Managers
        Site:  ISU Holt Arena                               Site:       U of I Kibbie Dome                      Site:        BSU Bronco Stadium
   Manager:    George Brown                              Manger:        Allen Green, AD                     Manager:         Tracy Leinen, AD
               Pocatello                                                Moscow High School                                   Boise High School
      Phone:   237-6532                                    Phone:       892-1109                               Phone:        338-3775 ext 173
                                                    IHSAA Administrator: John Billetz
                                                        Phone:    375-7027

Admission - Public
                           Preliminary Rounds           Championship Round
                             Single        Dble/Triple            Final
General admission            $5.00           $5.00                $6.00
Discount admission*          $4.00           $4.00                $4.00
    *Senior citizens, junior/senior high students with activity card, students grades l-6. Children under 6 admitted free.
     Ticket prices for Holt Arena will be increased by $1.00 per ticket

Admission - Team & School Personnel
Coaches participating in the tournament will gain admission with a tournament pass issued from the IHSAA office. It should be emphasized that the
coach's IHSAA activity card number will be credited as having only ONE ADMISSION ELIGIBLE for each session. Only one person will be
admitted on the participating coach's IHSAA activity card if the coach has been issued a tournament pass. Passes will be issued only to coaches
with IHSAA activity cards.
Statisticians, bus drivers, “extra” cheerleaders & band members must purchase tickets for admission. The principal or designated
administrator of a participating school may arrange for these people to be admitted by signing for excess admissions at the IHSAA pass gate. The
school will be invoiced for extra admissions after the tournament.
Crowd Control
Each school is responsible for the conduct of its students and adult fans. IHSAA rules require schools to provide close supervision at all contests and
asks for support and cooperation of administrators in enforcing the following rules:
     1. No one other than authorized individuals will be allowed on the floor or in restricted areas.
     2. Persons who enter the floor or restricted areas will be removed from the premises for the remainder of the tournament.

Sportsmanship Rules
The following sportsmanship rules will be in effect at all IHSAA state play-offs and championship events:
   1. Face Painting Full or half face painting is not permitted. Partial face painting is permitted, i.e. small markings on cheeks, nose, forehead.
   2. Posters/Banners/Signs All signs must display only positive support for one’s own team.
   3. Artificial Noisemakers Artificial noisemakers are prohibited.
   4. Balloons Balloons are not permitted at any IHSAA state play off or championship event.
   5. Attire Bare chests are not permitted. Shirts must be worn.
   6. Inappropriate Behavior The following are not permitted:
         a. Throwing objects onto (or entering) the playing area before, during or after a contest.
         b. Verbal harassment or derogatory remarks directed toward an opponent or official.

Pep Bands, Cheerleaders, Student Sections, Marching Groups.
1.   Seating - Pep bands and student cheering sections must use their assigned area.
2.   Bands - Forty-five- band members of each school will be admitted free. Schools may bring more band members, but will be billed for the
     difference after the tournament. A band director or school official must be present at the time the band is admitted. NOTE: Pep bands may
     play only during games in which their team participates. Pep bands may play before the match, at time outs, and between games. However,
     PLAYING DURING A LIVE BALL IS PROHIBITED.
     Each band is responsible for its own instruments. Facilities for storing instruments are not available at the tournament site. Please bring
     instruments ONLY to the game in which your team participates. Drums and other instruments can be played only when the entire band plays.
3.   Cheerleaders - Twelve cheerleaders in uniform for each school will be admitted free. Schools may bring more cheerleaders, but will be billed
     for the extra admissions after the tournament.
4.   Student Sections - All students must present their activity cards to be admitted for the discount price. A special seating area will be reserved
     for student cheering sections.
5.   Halftime Activities - Marching Bands, Color Guards or other official school organizations desiring to perform at halftime should make prior
     arrangements with the tournament director. Any halftime performance is limited to twelve minutes total time.

Home and Visiting Team Designation
Home team: The team that travels the greatest distance to the site will be designated as the visiting team. The visiting team will be assigned the
largest locker room with the most showers and restrooms and will be placed on the same side of the playing field as the press box. If both teams are
from the same city, the team with the highest seed will be designated as the home team. Locker room, sideline placement and student sections will be
assigned at the discretion of the site manager. The visiting team will wear the white away jersey;




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Heaters and Phones (for Play-off Games)
Heaters and headphones must be made available to the visiting team if they are going to be used by the host team. When playing in a facility where
headphones are provided by that facility and one set malfunctions or is unusable, the opposing team will be notified by game management to
discontinue the use of the headphone until such time as both teams can have the use of headphones.

Pre-Championship Site Selections
The Board of Directors will approve the sites, dates, and times for all football play-off games. In all football play-offs, the term “host team” should
not be construed to mean the contest will automatically be played at that team's home field.
In the semi final game for 3A, 2A, 1A DI and 1A DII classifications if both teams traveled or if both teams were home, the top team will be the host.
If one traveled and one team did not in the quarter final, the host in the semi final round will be the team that traveled in the quarter final round.
In the championship round, games for all classifications will be played in the Kibbie Dome, Holt Arena or Bronco Stadium, if possible.
Championship games for 3A, 2A, 1A DI and 1A DII held in District III may be moved to area high schools.
The host school has the right to host the game at their school or move it to a neutral site such as Holt Arena, Bronco Stadium, the Kibbie Dome, or
any site that meets the IHSAA state play-off requirements. Note: Games to be played at Holt Arena, Bronco Stadium, or the Kibbie Dome must be
approved by the IHSAA before being scheduled at these sites.

Play-off Site Requirements
Each District Board of Control must submit a list to the IHSAA of all potential sites that meet the requirements for hosting state football play-offs.
Site Requirements
A. Adequate parking
B. Adequate seating for the following classifications:
     1A: Home team spectators - 200                                                     4A: Home team spectators - 800
             Visiting team spectators - 150                                                     Visiting team spectators - 300
     2A: Home team spectators - 400                                                     5A: Home team spectators - 1000
             Visiting team spectators - 200                                                     Visiting team spectators - 500
     3A: Home team spectators - 600
             Visiting team spectators - 250
C. Appropriate number of sites for ticket sales
D. Football playing field area prepared to meet the existing weather conditions
E. Adequate locker rooms with restrooms and showers. Player restrooms shall be separate from spectators.
F. Adequate number of restrooms for spectators
G. Adequate security to maintain crowd control. Play-off site management shall take necessary measures to prohibit home team fans from being in
     the visiting team spectator area.
H. The football field playing area shall be secured by a barrier that is at least seven yards from the out-of-bounds line. The barrier may be a fence,
     rope, or any other material that is not dangerous to spectators. The barrier shall be at a height of at least 36” above the ground. The barrier shall
     be monitored by game security to prevent any fans or spectators from being closer than seven yards from the out-of-bounds line.

Game Football
Each team may use any legal football of its choice during those downs in which it free kicks or snaps.

Official Rules
National Federation (NFHS) rules will be used for all Idaho football games.

Pre-Tournament Practice
Teams involved in play-off games scheduled in Holt Arena or the Kibbie Dome will not be allowed to practice in these facilities. This pertains to all
rounds of the State Football Championships, except the championship game. In the championship game, if one team has practiced or played in the
facility during the current season and the opponent has not, a request may be made to the tournament director by the team that has not practiced in the
facility on the day prior to the championship game. Site manager will determine availability practice times. If sites are available, practices will only
be scheduled one day prior to the championship game. If teams wish to practice in Pocatello, contact George Brown, 237-6532; in Moscow, contact
Allen Green 892-1109.
Jerseys
The team in the upper bracket shall wear the dark colored uniforms. (For state championship games, see home and visiting team designation.)

Warm-up Between Games
Thirty minutes will be allowed for warm-up between games when more than one game is played.

Dressing Rooms / Towels
Dressing rooms will be assigned by the tournament manager. Towels will not be provided. Managers are responsible for removing litter from floor
of locker rooms.

Training Rooms
Training room facilities will be available for special assistance in case of an emergency. Schools should plan to furnish their own tape and supplies.
Lost and Found
At Holt Arena & Kibbie Dome, the lost and found will be at the stadium manager's office. At BSU, contact the site manager.
Programs
The composition, printing and selling of programs for state championship games only is the responsibility of the IHSAA.


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Protests
The IHSAA Board of Directors does not recognize protests of sports officials' decisions. Correction of errors can only be handled in accordance with
the National Federation rules.
Rosters and Team Pictures
Team rosters and regular season scores may be submitted via our on-line, interactive form at idhsaa.org. Please send pictures as an attachment to an
e-mail message as a high quality TIFF or JPG image to cherylm@idhsaa.org. Do not submit hard copies of rosters or scores. Rosters should be
entered on-line and all pictures received by 4:00 P.M., November 8 to insure placement in the program.

All-Tournament Teams
The IHSAA is philosophically opposed to all-tournament team selections. If the media wishes to conduct a poll, that is no concern of the IHSAA,
but we do not want to recognize the poll by announcing it.

Radio Broadcasts / Webcasting
Only radio stations with a valid contract with the IHSAA will be allowed to broadcast. Web casting is not permitted except by the IHSAA official
Webcaster, IdahoSports.com

Hotel Conduct
Each year a few athletes create a bad image for the rest by their uncontrolled behavior in hotels. Coaches are encouraged to check rooms closely
upon arrival and at departure. Please make sure athletes are properly supervised.

5A / 4A Financial Plan — Pre-championship Rounds
This plan is for all 5A and 4A games except championship games.
1. Per game reimbursement
   a. Travel: $4.00 per mile (one way) towards the cost of transportation regardless of number of buses a school wishes to send.
   b. Meals and/or lodging: (1) up to 200 miles one way - $650, (2) 200-300 miles one way - $1,300*, (3) Over 300 miles one way - $2,100.
        *Any contest between District II and District III will fall into category 3 because of the type of roads.
2. Trophy and medal costs will be shared by participating schools.
3. Reasonable local expenses - if the game is held in a non-school facility, rent will be paid.
4. IHSAA will receive 15% of gate receipts after sales tax deduction.
5. If the gate receipts are not sufficient to cover the on-site expenses, the travel reimbursement will be proportionate to the income.
6. Net receipts from all semi-final games will be divided among participating schools. Each participating school will receive one share for each
   game it plays.

3A / 2A / 1A Financial Plans - Pre-championship Rounds
1. Plan when the game is played at a host site:
   The following expenses will be deducted before the revenue is shared.
   a. Percentage to State Association (a) 10%, (b) 15%, (c) 20%
   b. Officials
   c. Percentage of cost of awards based upon the number of games in playoff
   d. $4 per mile one way for traveling team
   e. Sales tax
   f. The host team will be allowed up $300 for 3A, $250 for 2A and $200 for 1A on-site expenses.
       The remaining revenue will be divided as follows:
       a. $1 - $1000       Home Team                      45%           Visiting Team        55%
       b. $1001-$4000       If travel is over 200 miles, teams split 35-65 in favor of traveling team; otherwise, split is 45-55.
       c. Over $4000       Home Team                      48%           Visiting Team        52%
2. Plan to be used when the contest is played at a site other than home site:
     The following expenses will be deducted before the revenue is shared.
      a. Percentage to State Association (a) 10%, (b) 15%, (c) 20%
      b. Officials
      c. Percentages awards costs based upon the number of games in playoff
      d. $4 per mile one way for traveling team
      e. Sales Tax
     The remaining revenue will be divided as follows:
     a. 0-100 mile difference - 50/50
     b. 101-200 mile difference - 45/55
     c. 201-up mile difference - 35/65
3. If the gate receipts are not sufficient to cover the on-site expenses, the travel reimbursement will be proportionate to the income.

                                                        CHAMPIONSHIP ROUNDS
Championship Game Sites/Dates/Times
The final decision in setting sites, dates and time for each state championship game will be made by the IHSAA District Representatives and will be
finalized by 10:00 a.m. the Sunday prior to the state championship game.
Selection Criteria:
A. Number of Games
  1. Idaho State University — There should be at least three games, and preferably four, scheduled at Holt Arena. Two games should be scheduled
      on Friday. Suggested times are 1:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. The remaining game or games will be scheduled on Saturday, with times to be
      determined by ISU's football schedule.
  2. University of Idaho — There may be a maximum of two games scheduled at the Kibbie Dome. If possible, games should be scheduled for
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    Friday afternoon and evening.
 3. Boise State University — There may be two games played at Bronco Stadium. Game times and dates will be scheduled around on the Boise
    State football schedule.
B. Other factors determining the site of a state championship game are:
   1. Travel — loss of instruction time for the two participating teams.
   2. Geographical rotation based upon recent participation of the district from which the teams are participating.
   3. A region may not host a state championship game two years in a row unless both teams are from the same region
   4. If No. 2 and No. 3 are in conflict with each other, No. 3 will take precedence over No. 2.
   5. Availability of lodging and meals for teams, support groups and spectators.
   6. Availability of the site to set reasonable game times. No game may be scheduled to start after 9:00 p.m.

Officials
Selection and assignment of officials for state level competition is administered by the IHSAA.

Sites/Times/Bracketing for Championship Games
Sites and times will be posted on the website, idhsaa.org, on the Sunday before the state championship. The placement of the teams in the bracket
will be determined by the scheduling committee and the IHSAA. The top team in the bracket will be designated as the home team and will have the
first option to provide halftime performances.

Financial Plan for Championship Finals
The following financial plan is for the state football championship finals only.
One way mileage:
            0-200          201-300        301-450          Over 450                          0-200      201-300      301-450          Over 450
1A           $400          $800            $1200           $1600                 4A            600      1200          2000             2800
2A            450           900             1400            1900                 5A            750      1500          2300             3000
3A            500          1000             1600            2200

In addition to the above amount, each school that travels will receive $4.00 per mile one way for travel. Example: Moscow travels to Pocatello for
final round. Moscow is 524 miles from Pocatello. Therefore, they would receive 524 x 4 = $2096 for mileage. Because they are a 4A school
traveling over 450 miles, they would receive $2800 additional.
The Board has no adopted formula for division of gate revenues for doubleheaders and tripleheaders. The Board will review each on an individual
basis.

Awards
Trophies: Awarded to first and second place teams (a third place trophy will be presented in divisions with 8 teams).
Medals: Awarded to team members of first and second place teams. (The coach will be given the medals in a box. If your school does not receive as
many medals as they need, call the IHSAA office on Monday following the championships, to order additional medals for your team members.)
Award Presentation: At the conclusion of each championship game, the two teams will line up on the 40-yard line facing each other. The captain
and the head coach should move forward to the 45-yard line where the trophy and medals will be presented.. The runner-up trophy/medals will be
presented first.

Introduction of Players
The introduction of players will begin ten minutes prior to the scheduled starting time.

National Anthem
The National Anthem will be played at the beginning of Game One of each session, following the introduction of players.

T-Shirts/Souvenir Merchandise
T-shirts and state souvenir merchandise will be sold at all championship sites by McU Sports.




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                                                PAST STATE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS
                                                                       5A

1985   Coeur d'Alene       Jim Clements            1994   Pocatello          Brent Koetter               2003   Centennial       Lee Neuman
1986   Meridian            Bob O'Mera              1995   Highland           Brent Koetter               2004   Twin Falls       Tobe Smith
1987   Highland            Randy Rehrer            1996   Centennial         Lee Neumann                 2005   Meridian         Mike Virden
1988   Centennial          Greg Drake              1997   Highland           Brent Koetter               2006   Lake City        Van Troxel
1989   Pocatello           Jim Koetter             1998   Highland           Brent Koetter               2007   Meridian         Kip Crofts
1990   Pocatello           Jim Koetter             1999   Centennial         Lee Neumann                 2008   Highland         Gino Mariani
1991   Capital             Steve Vogel             2000   Highland           Brent Koetter               2009   Eagle            Paul Peterson
1992   Pocatello           Jim Koetter             2001   Eagle              Mike Glenn
1993   Highland            Randy Rehrer            2002   Highland           Gino Mariani

                                                                       4A

1985   Skyline             Mahlon Rasmuson         1994   Madison            Mitch Buck                  2003   Century          John Raukar
1986   Skyline             Dale Guilford           1995   Madison            Mitch Buck                  2004   Bishop Kelly     Tim Brennan
1987   Idaho Falls         Ken Sampson             1996   Lewiston           Nick Menegas                2005   Bishop Kelly     Tim Brennan
1988   Idaho Falls         Ken Sampson             1997   Sandpoint          Satini Puailoa              2006   Pocatello        Tom Harrison
1989   Skyline             Dale Guilford           1998   Eagle              Mike Glenn                  2007   Blackfoot        Stan Buck
1990   Idaho Falls         Ken Sampson             1999   Vallivue           Nate Borchert               2008   Hillcrest        Darin Owens
1991   Idaho Falls         Ken Sampson             2000   Century            Layne Coffin                2009   Blackfoot        Stan Buck
1992   Skyline             Dale Guilford           2001   Century            Layne Coffin
1993   Lewiston            Nick Menegas            2002   Lake City          Van Troxel

                                                                       3A
1985   Jerome              Jon Jund                1994   Bishop Kelly       Tim Brennan                 2003   Shelley          Dwight Richins
1986   Jerome              Joe Mattie              1995   Snake River        Tom Harrison                2004   Marsh Valley     Jason Taylor
1987   Weiser              John Srholec            1996   Snake River        Tom Harrison                2005   Shelley          Dwight Richins
1988   Lakeland            Terry Kiefer            1997   Weiser             Jeff Murphy                 2006   Fruitland        Bruce Schlaich
1989   Lakeland            Terry Kiefer            1998   Snake River        Tom Harrison                2007   Shelley          Dwight Richins
1990   Snake River         Tom Harrison            1999   Snake River        Tom Harrison                2008   Salmon           Ken Miner
1991   Kuna                Gerry Nutt              2000   Snake River        Tom Harrison                2009   Fruitland        Bruce Schlaich
1992   Moscow              Eric Bjorkman           2001   Snake River        Tom Harrison
1993   Preston             Marv Majerus            2002   Snake River        Tom Harrison

                                                                       2A

1985   Gooding             Bob Milligan            1994   Glenns Ferry       Bill Brock                  2003   Wendell          Jerry Diehl
1986   Homedale            Jim McMillan            1995   Glenns Ferry       Bill Brock                  2004   West Side        Lyle Henderson
1987   Homedale            Jim McMillan            1996   Parma              Bruce Schlaich              2005   Firth            Bill Vasas
1988   Firth               Mitch Buck              1997   Homedale           Stan Hoaglun                2006   Firth            Bill Vasas
1989   North Fremont       W Siwachok              1998   Firth              Hollingsworth               2007   West Jefferson   Tobee Christiansen
1990   Valley              Rod Malone              1999   Teton              Dwight Richins              2008   Parma            Greg Asbury
1991   Homedale            Jim McMillan            2000   Kamiah             Tony Snyder                 2009   Parma            Greg Asbury
1992   Homedale            Jim McMillan            2001   Kamiah             Tony Snyder
1993   Fruitland           Mel Person              2002   Melba              Rod Herman


                                                                 1A 8-Man

1985   Council             Larry Russell           1992   Council              Larry Russell             1999 Salmon River       Scott Robinson
1986   Richfield           Rudy Miles              1993   Deary                Darrah Eggers             2000 Kendrick           Kevin Driskill
1987   Garden Valley       Sam Nelson              1994   Carey                Heber Kirkland            2001 Kendrick           Kevin Driskill
1988   North Gem           Frank Bunce             1995   Deary                Darrah Eggers             2002 Castleford         Shawn Scow
1989   Garden Valley       Sam Nelson              1996   North Gem            Date Yost                 2003 Cascade            Pal Sartori
1990   Garden Valley       Sam Nelson              1997   Deary                Darrah Eggers             (Format Change-2004)
1991   Kendrick            Ken Swanger             1998   Carey                Heber Kirkland

                      Div. I                                                                         Div. II
2004     Raft River            Randy Spaeth                                   2004      Horseshoe Bend      Chris Chesnut
2005     Genesee               Jason Hansen                                   2005      Mackay              Jack McKelvey
2006     Council               Dan Shumway                                    2006      Carey               Lane Kirkland
2007     Oakley                Nick Greenwell                                 2007      Salmon River        Brad Neuendorf
2008     Prairie               Travis Mader                                   2008      Carey               Lane Kirkland
2009     Oakley                Tim Behunin                                    2009      Salmon River        Charlie Shepherd



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