Borah-Capital Football 54 Years of History
The pendulum always swings but history repeats itself, so which will ring true tomorrow night when Cap[ital. and Borah collide on the football field for the 55th year?
Last year for the first time in 11 seasons Borah beat Capital 49-42 so does that means the times are changing or will Capital return to it's past domination of the Lions having won 16 of the last 17 games?
We will find out tomorrow night at 7 p.m. as Cap[ital. and Borah collide at Dona Larsen Park in our game of the week on Sports Radio 630 The Fan.
Borah is 4-0 and ranked 4th in the state 5A poll while Capital is 2-2. The Eagles have had a tough schedule to start the season and Friday night it doesn't get an easier.
Capital is facing a must win or risk not having any control over their playoff future. While Borah is 4-0 they've squeaked by the last two games beating 1-3 Meridian and winless Timberline in close games.
Borah will be minus one of their top receivers and defensive back Chase Nett who suffered a broken hand.
That may be all the wiggle room Capital needs to come up with a victory.
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