CLASS 4A

Player of the Week

CAMERON STANEK, Kelly Walsh: The Trojans senior personally accounted for 11 of the Trojans' 24 points, but his tackle of Rock Springs' punter for a safety tied the game with just over four minutes left. Stanek finished his day by kicking the game-winning field goal a few minutes later.

Numbers

5: Touchdown pass for Central senior quarterback Thad Lane -- three of which went to Josh Borm in the Indians Capital Bowl win over East.

Notes

While two teams (Rock Springs and Cheyenne East) started the year 0-4 last year, no Class 4A team began the year 0-5. Both Green River and Laramie earned that distinction with Week 4 losses to Natrona County and Evanston, respectively. ... Conversely, no team began the year 5-0 last year. The Mustangs were the first to do so this year, after Gillette beat Sheridan in overtime to drop the Broncs to 4-1. ... Sheridan had a 15-game winning streak snapped.

CLASS 3A

Player of the Week

DYLAN KLAVA, Douglas: The Bearcats senior ran for 112 tough yards, but his 12-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter helped seal a Douglas' 22-9 win over Buffalo in a back-and-forth East Conference opener.

Numbers

24: Winning streak for Douglas, after edging Buffalo 22-9 in both teams' conference opener. The streak includes a 2009 Week Zero win over Star Valley.

Notes

On the flip side, Rawlins saw it's losing streak extended to a state-high 19 games, after a 49-7 shellacking at Riverton. ... Buffalo's seven point effort against Buffalo was a season-low for offensive points. ... The Bearcats allowed a season-high 88 rushing yards. ... Cody has pitched three straight shutouts, after blanking Lander 31-0 to open conference play. The Broncs have averaged 43 points in those three wins. ... There were three shutouts to open 3A conference play and another three games were decided by 21 points or more.

CLASS 2A

Player of the Week

DALTON PETSCH, Burns: The Broncs needed a win and Petsch -- a junior running back -- came through for Burns. His 14-yard scamper midway through the fourth quarter tied the game and with the ensuing PAT good, the Broncs earned their first win of the season.

Numbers

45.5: Points per game Thermopolis is averaging on offense. The Bobcats haven't scored less than 42 points through the first four games.

Notes

Glenrock's 46-0 loss to Big Horn was its worst defeat since a 41-7 drubbing by Mountain View on Sept. 1, 2006. The Herders have given up 88 points in the last two weeks. ... Newt Starr had only one reception in Wright's overtime win over Newcastle, but it won the game on fourth down in extra time. ... Big Piney 27-20 loss to Lyman was the Punchers second straight loss by a touchdown or less. ... Burns has been involved in three games decided six points or fewer. The Broncs a 1-2 in such games.

CLASS 1A/11-MAN

Player of the Week

LIAM KAUTZ, Southeast: Kautz had one recpetion for 10 yards, but it came in overtime and was the deciding score in the Cyclones' 33-26 win over Pine Bluffs at Yoder. Kautz also added seven tackles (four unassisted).

Numbers

129: Total net offensive yards for Lingle in its 52-12 loss to Lusk. The Tigers held the Doggers to zero yards passing; all 129 came on the ground.

Notes

Lusk avenged its Hwy 85 rivarly loss from last year by scoring 38 points in the second and third quarters to rout Lingle. ... Austin Lang ran for 194 yards in losing effort for Pine Bluffs, while Ryan May returned a kickoff 92 yards for a score and also caught a touchdown. ... Dubois 4-0 start is its best since 2003 (3-0).

CLASS 1A/6-MAN

Player of the Week

TONY VILLAREAL, Ten Sleep: The Pioneers senior running back ran for 334 yards and four touchdowns and threw for another four scores. Oh yeah, he added 19 tackles in Ten Sleep's narrow 63-62 win over Kaycee.

Numbers

10: Total points the last three Kaycee-Ten Sleep games have been decided by. One of those came in the playoffs last year.

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