Two key members of Natrona County's 2022 offensive and defensive line on Wednesday signed their National Letters of Intent to continue playing football in college.
The Wyoming roster was announced last week for this year’s Wyoming-Nebraska Six-Man All-Star Football Game. The game features the top six-man senior players from the two states.
Blaine Christensen, a former all-state and Star-Tribune Super 25 selection at Green River, was recently named the Wolves' new head football coach. The hiring was first reported by SweetwaterNow.
The 50th annual game will be played June 10 at Kelly Walsh's Harry Geldien Stadium.
North, South rosters for the 50th annual Shrine Bowl
Mark Lenhardt announced Thursday that he was stepping down as the head football coach at Rock Springs to take over at Riverton.
Weickum will run track at Wayne State in Nebraska; Enders will run cross country and track at South Dakota School of Mines.
Talich, who will be a preferred walk-on at Notre Dame, joins older brother Nic Talich (2020) as only pair of brothers to win the award.
The senior running back rushed for 2,195 yards and 34 touchdowns in leading the undefeated Broncs to the Class 4A state championship.
Wyoming's top high school football players gathered Saturday night in Casper to be recognized as members of the Super 25.
Austin writes: For the past 32 years, the Casper Star-Tribune has recognized the state’s best football players across all classes. As student-athletes, your accomplishments on the field and in the classroom stood out and above everyone else
Spear, the defending state champ in the 400-meter dash, will run track at Utah Tech; Robberson will run track and cross country at Black Hills State; Pharr and Dye will play football at Dakota Wesleyan.
Natrona County senior football players Kayden Pharr and Riley Dye, distance runner Abby Robberson and sprinter Ella Spear all signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday to continue their athletic and academic careers in college.
Here's a closer look at the 32nd edition of the Star-Tribune's Super 25 team.
Presenting the Super 25: The Star-Tribune's picks for the best high school football players in the state.
Colson Coon added some more hardware to his trophy case Friday when the Sheridan standout was named the Wyoming Gatorade Football Player of the Year for the second year in a row. Coon is the first two-time winner of the award from Wyoming.
Shrine Bowl executive director Frank Selby announced Monday night that Star Valley's McKay Young and Big Horn's Kirk McLaughlin would be the head coaches for the 2023 Shrine Bowl.
Cody Broncos standout Luke Talich, the top recruit in the state, signs to play for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
Nolan McCafferty of Big Horn, Aaron Thiele of Buffalo and Garrett Worden of Laramie all earned postseason football honors recently.
State champions Sheridan, Star Valley, Big Horn, Pine Bluffs and Snake River had a combined 43 players named all-state.
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2022 Wyoming Coaches Association all-state football teams
One more look at this past weekend's state championship football games and the turning points in each game.
The senior running back accounted for all of the Broncs' points in their 34-23 victory over the T-Birds on Saturday at War Memorial Stadium in Laramie.
Pine Bluffs' Dalton Schaefer scored a touchdown with 53 seconds remaining to give the Hornets' a 33-27 victory over the Wranglers.
Rattlers' defense shuts down Huskies as Snake River wins its third state title in the past four years.
Braves snap Broncs' 26-game winning streak and two-year reign as state champions.