It’s state championship weekend for area football teams, with four District 6 teams ready to celebrate with that elusive trophy.

After experiencing success at the national level in his four years of high school cross-country, Thunder Ridge’s Stetson Moss will be joining a collegiate program that has climbed the national ranks in recent seasons.

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MERIDIAN — The state's No. 1 5A scoring defense gave up more rushing yards than it had all season. The state's No. 1 5A scoring offense was held to the least amount of points since the last time it lost.

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Every football team begins the season with the goal of playing for a state championship. Only a few will get that chance if they survive this weekend’s semifinals. Here’s a look at the five District 6 teams vying for championship berths.

POCATELLO — When Bear Lake couldn’t finish drives, string big plays together or even drain the clock late in the game, the Bears defense came through — all the way through the last play.

Playoff football is here so there are probably more than five storylines this week. Let's start by looking at how one defending state champion got its groove back.

The final state media football poll was released Tuesday with little change as teams prepare for the first round of the playoffs.

Sites and times for the first round of the high school football playoffs have been finalized. Here’s the full schedule for area teams.

The football playoffs are here. Tickets were punched on Friday and some teams finished their seasons disappointed while others celebrated (looking at you Rigby).

RIGBY — By the time 'We are the champions' finished blaring through the loud speakers and all of the postgame mingling and photo taking was wrapping up on the field, Rigby quarterback Keegan Thompson was already looking ahead.