2A State Football

Glenrock's Kai Sexson tries to drag down Mountain View's Braeden Walk on Nov. 10 during the Wyoming State High School Class 2A Football Championship at War Memorial Stadium in Laramie.

Alan Rogers, Star-Tribune

Mountain View: Jason Stoddard, Colby Rees, Briggin Bluemel, Kimball Madsen, Braeden Walk, Hunter Gross, Jonathan Anderson, Harlan Benedict, Braxton Hysell; Glenrock: Tucker Bopp, Ian Arnold, Jadon Williams, Richard Harris, Brock Jones, Hezekiah Sexson; Big Piney: Jake Pape, Chancy Hunt, Tristan Barney; TJ Frazier; Wheatland: Zac Gunter, Trevor Vaughn, Colton Caves, Clayton Lacovetto; Lovell: Porter Nichols, Ben Bates, Kurt McNabb, Newcastle: Cameron Quigley, Lyle Whitney, Sawyer Roberson; Thermopolis: Noah Schwalbe, Chandler Maddock, Jeffery VanAntwerp, Greybull: Riley Hill, Brayan Castro, Zack Keisel; Lyman: BeauDee Bluemel; Pinedale: Joey McCulloch; Kemmerer: Jeydon Boyd; Burns: Darrell Goeckeler; Moorcroft: Solomon Petz.

Offensive Player of the Year: Cameron Quigley, Newcastle

Defensive Player of the Year: Jason Stoddard, Mountain View

Lineman of the Year: Colby Rees, Mountain View

Coach of the Year: Brent Walk, Mountain View

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Jack Nowlin returned to the Star-Tribune in 2007 after eight years covering Michigan State University athletics. A Wyoming native, and a graduate of Jeffrey City High School and the University of Wyoming, Jack serves as the Star-Tribune’s sports editor.

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