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Wyoming State High School Football Championship Results

November 13, 2015
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The University of Wyoming is playing host to the Wyoming State High School Football Championships Friday and Saturday, Nov. 13-14. For more information about the Wyoming High School Athletic Association, go to http://www.whsaa.org/.

Following are results from the title games:

Sheridan Holds off Rival Gillette in High-Scoring 4A Championship Game

Like a pair of heavyweight boxers going toe-to-toe, Sheridan and Gillette slugged it out for the Class 4A state title Saturday. And when the buzzer sounded, it was the Broncos left standing, holding off the rival Camels 38-31 at War Memorial Stadium at the University of Wyoming.

Sheridan jumped to a 21-0 lead in the opening quarter and seemingly had things in control with a huge 31-7 advantage at the half. But the top-ranked Camels staged a furious second-half rally that fell just short. Sheridan’s defense stopped a late Gillette drive on downs on its own 30-yeard line to seal the victory.

The second-ranked Broncs, whose only loss in 10 games was a close 20-14 defeat to Gillette earlier in the season, finished the year 10-1. It was Sheridan’s first state title since 2011. The Camels also ended the season with a 10-1 mark.

For complete game results, click here.

Upton-Sundance Takes First Championship in 1A/11-Man Class

Upton-Sundance, playing as one team for just three years, came up with a huge first half to topple Tongue River 33-14 Saturday at War Memorial Stadium at the University of Wyoming to take the 1A/11-man state title.

The Patriots were in control from the outset with a commanding 26-7 lead at the half over the Eagles. Upton-Sundance defeated Tongue River earlier this season 35-6.

Entering the championship game as the No. 2 seed from the East, the Patriots closed out the season with a 10-1 mark, with its only loss by just six points. The Eagles ended the year with an 8-3 record.

For game results, click here

Kaycee Wins First Class 1A/6-man Championship

Kaycee upset top-ranked and previously unbeaten Meeteetse 51-32 to win its first-ever football championship in the Class 1A/6-man title game Saturday at War Memorial Stadium at the University of Wyoming.

Playing 6-man football since 2009, the Buckaroos have been in the playoffs each year, but have never played for a state title. The Buckaroos broke open a tight game at the half, leading only 26-18 and held the Longhorns to just a pair of scores.

Kaycee ends the season with just one loss in 11 games, while Meeteetse suffered its first loss after winning its previous 10. The Longhorns were seeking the school’s third state football championship, winning as recently as two years ago.

For game statistics, click here.

Star Valley Captures 3A State Championship

Star Valley snapped a 0-6 slide in Wyoming state football championship games by whipping Green River 31-15 Friday in the 3A title game at War Memorial Field at the University of Wyoming.

The Braves built a 17-0 halftime lead and held the Wolves scoreless until the final quarter to capture the school's ninth state title in football. Star Valley's last championship came in 1996. Earlier this season, the Braves defeated the Wolves 16-15 on the game's final play.

Star Valley went 10-1 on the season, while Green River fell to 6-5.

For complete game results, click here.

Wheatland Wins First State Title Since 1984

Wheatland came back in the second half to defeat Glenrock 22-8 Friday afternoon at War Memorial Stadium at the University of Wyoming to win the Class 2A football championship. It was just the Bulldogs' second state title in the school’s history, and the first since 1984.

The final score was the same exact outcome of an earlier meeting between the top-ranked Wheatland team from the East Conference and the league’s second-seeded Herders. Wheatland finished the season with an overall record of 10-1 and Glenrock closed out at 8-3.

For complete game results, click here.


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