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Gillette Spring Classic

Friday

Gillette 11, Evanston 3

Saturday

Evanston vs Casper, (n)

Casper vs Cheyenne Post 6, (n)

Cheyenne Post 6 vs Sheridan, (n)

Sheridan at Gillette, (n)

Sunday

9:30 a.m.: Cheyenne Post 6 vs Evanston

Noon: Sheridan vs Evanston

2:30 p.m.: Sheridan vs Casper

5 p.m.: Casper at Gillette

7:30 p.m.: Cheyenne Post 6 at Gillette

Monday

10 a.m.: Third-place game

12:30 p.m.: Championship game

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