Ice buckets drench local high school football teams

BOISE – The ice bucket challenge to benefit ALS is washing over high school teams across the area.

Coeur d'Alene brought the bucket to the Treasure Valley with a challenge for Eagle High School. Then Eagle challenged Mountain View High School, Rocky Mountain High School and Capital High School.

Capital quickly took them up on the challenge, and flipped it around on cross-town rivals Borah High School, Boise High School and Timberline High School.

Here's Capital's video:

Eagle Mustang video:

Meridian football was challenged by the Mountain View football team, who then challenged Centennial High School football and Centennial's principle, Dave Moser. Meridian also challenged its boys' basketball team and wrestling team

Meridian Football:

No word yet if Centennial, Meridian Basketball and Meridian Wrestling have accepted the challenge. We'll keep you posted.

Other local schools' Ice Bucket Challenge


ALS, also known as Lou Gehrigs' Disease, has raised more than $10 million as part of the Ice Bucket Challenge craze sweeping the country. Anyone challenged is supposed to either donate $100 to ALS, or videotape themselves getting doused with ice and donate $10 to ALS. They can then call out additional folks to take the challenge.


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