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Wyoming State High School Football Championship Results

November 13, 2010 —  

Natrona County High School Captures 4A State Football Title

The Natrona County High School Mustangs defeated the Sheridan High School Broncs with a score of 34-14 Saturday to take the Wyoming 4A state high school football championship.

Cokeville High School Takes 1A 11-Man Title

Cokeville High School took the Wyoming 1A 11-man state high school football championship Saturday, defeating Niobrara County High School of Lusk, 26-6. This is the Panther's 18th state championship.

Thermopolis High School Wins 2A State Football Championship

Thermopolis High School won the Wyoming 2A high school state football championship Saturday, beating Big Horn High School with a score of 13-9. It is the second consecutive state title for the Bobcats.

November 12, 2010 --

Douglas High School Wins 3A State Football Championship

Douglas High School captured the Wyoming 3A high school state football championship Friday,defeating Buffalo High School, 26-14. It's the third consecutive state title for the Bearcats.

Little Snake River High School Takes 1A 6-Man Title

Little Snake River High School High School of Baggs won the Wyoming 1A 6-man high school state football championship Friday, beating Hanna-Elk Mountain High School, 67-12. It's the first football state championship for the Rattlers.

All five Wyoming high school state football championships (Nov. 12-13) are being played at War Memorial Stadium on the University of Wyoming campus.

This is the second year that the Wyoming High School Activities Association (WHSAA) has elected to play the state championship games in Laramie.  Games are hosted jointly by the Albany County Tourism Board, the Laramie community and UW in conjunction with the WHSAA.

For more information and game-day updates, visit the WHSAA Web site at

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