With a 30-12 loss to Balko, last Friday night, preceded by 56-24 drubbing by Forgan on Oct. 13, The Boise City Wildcats have seen their play-off dreams evaporate for the 2006 season.

We came out flat. They [Forgan] wanted it more,” said Head Coach Nathan Halcomb.

“I'm very disappointed we should have had more intensity, the play-offs were on the line,” Halcomb added.

Even with the loss, Halcomb pointed to running back Albert Hernandez as being an offensive leader; defensive coach Doug Daffern declined to pick a defensive standout.

Halcomb then turned his eye to Freshman Quarterback Trey Sparkman. “He's greatly improved he probably threw better against Forgan than he has all year. His decision-making is improving too,” he said.

The Wildcats will play at home on Friday night against Goodwell's Eagles.It will be the last home game and the seniors will be honored.

The Eagles were a very physical team last year when they defeated the Wildcats.

The wildcats last game will be Nov. 1 at Shattuck against another state ranked team.

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