Idaho Falls and Skyline look to face off for the 58th time in the Emotion Bowl. The first match up between these two schools being in 1966 when Skyline broke off from Idaho Falls. Once the schools split up, it only left one football field in the town, which started one of the biggest football rivalries in the state of Idaho. Skyline still leads the series with a record of 34-23 after Idaho Falls broke up a seven-year win streak last year. The school spirit leading up to game day helps bring all the hype around this game while students decorate the football field, both sides of the stands, and even their school to cheer on their football team. With not a seat in the stadium, what school will be able to paint the goal post their school colors on September 24th when Idaho Falls and Skyline face off yet again?



Kenyon Sadiq


Ian Galbreaith


Ian is a three-sport varsity athlete playing football, basketball, and baseball. As a junior, Ian was a second team all-state defensive player and one of the key components of last year's state championship run. As the "quarterback of the defense", Ian leads this year's potent defensive attack and has his eyes set on another ring. He hopes to continue his football career in college
Brenden Rasmussen

Idaho Falls

Brenden has been a valuable member of the Idaho Falls High School football team for the last three seasons. In addition to his contributions on the field, Brendan has also qualified for the State Wrestling tournament the past two seasons. Outside of athletics, Brendan is also active in the Student Government at Idaho Falls High School.


Skyline showed out in the first half, securing two touchdowns and a 2-point conversion, they followed up with another two trips into the endzone, taking this rivalry into halftime with the Grizzlies up 36-0. In the second half, Skyline held the lead, and after 2 TDs, an interception, and a fumble recovery, the Grizzlies took the win with a score of 46-7.