Wyoming High School Football Week 3 Scoreboard: September 17-18, 2021
The third week of the pre-season football in Wyoming is Friday and Saturday.
Find all your game scores in one place, here! We will be following the games throughout the weekend.
These are the scheduled games, but any schedule is subject to change. If a game time moves, please email [email protected]
Did you miss our games of the week? Learn more about two matches here.
Games are listed in order of start time.
Friday September 17th
Final score: # 2 Sheridan 27 # 1 Rock Springs 24 – The Broncs take the win with a 70-yard screen pass to Coon on a fourth and one with 1:32 to go.
Final score: # 3 Thunder Basin 10 Cheyenne Central 7 – Indians miss 47-yard FG at time limit; The Thunderbolts took the lead with a 70-yard touchdown pass from Baker to LaFramboise with 13 seconds left in the 3Q.
Final score: # 4 Cheyenne East 49 Laramie 8 – Pugh of Thunderbird had 16 carries for 143 yards with 2 touchdowns, and Goff threw 101 yards for 4 touchdowns and had a rushed touchdown.
Final score: # 5 Natrona 42 Kelly Walsh 7
Final score: Campbell County 65 Cheyenne South 15 – Camels rush for 491 yards as a team. Miller with 206 rushing yards and 4 touchdowns. Carter added 143 rushing yards and 1 touchdown.
Final score: # 1 Cody 49 Ox 14
Final score: # 2 Jackson 28 Riverton 17
Final score: # 3 Powell 17 # 4 Douglas 0 – The Panthers give the Bearcats their first shutout since 2017.
Final score: # 5 Star Valley 74 Rawlins 7 – The Braves break school record for most points in a game
Final score: Evanston 20 Lander 14
Final score: Worland 49 Green River 35
Final score: # 1 Wheatland 38 # 5 Upton-Sundance 28 – Front for the Bulldogs with a 60 yard punt return; Interception 100 yards from the Bulldogs Hicks TD.
Final score: # 2 Lyman 34 # 3 Lovell 15 – The Eagles go undefeated as they hand the Bulldogs their first loss of the season; Housekeeper of Lyman with more than 200 meters of passes; Smith had a pick of six late in the game to seal it.
Final score: # 4 Torrington 42 Tongue River 14 – The game was tied at 14 and the Blazers scored the last 28 points.
Final score: Big Piney 28 Pinedale 0
Final score: Cokeville 28 Mountain View 7
Final Notes: Thermopolis 41 Kemmerer 14
Final score: Big Horn 20 Newcastle 0
Final score: Burns 26 Glenrock 22
Class 1A-9 Male
Final score: # 1 Shoshoni 72 St. Stephens 6
Final score: # 2 Pine Bluffs 52 # 5 Saratoga 0
Final score: # 3 Lusk 50 Moorcroft 6
Final score: # 4 Wind River 8 # 5 South East 6
Final score: Rocky Mountain 19 Riverside 12
Final score: Wright 20 Lingle-Ft. Laramie 7
Final score: Greybull 50 Wyoming Indian 0
Class 1A-6 Male
Final score: # 3 Little Snake River 68 Burlington 16
Oppon out of stateent
Final score: Guernsey-Sunrise 44 Sioux County, NE 42 (6-Man) – Sioux scored a TD in the final 10 seconds, but couldn’t get the 2-point conversion to send him to OT. The Vikings win their first victory of the season.
Final score: Hulett 67 Sheridan Soph 54 (6 males)
Saturday September 18
Class 1A-6 Male
# 4 Dubois at # 1 Meeteetse, noon
# 2 Farson-Eden at Camp # 5, 2 p.m.
Natrona Soph. in the Midwest, 10 a.m.
HEM at Natrona Soph. – canceled
Opening date : Kaycee (Week 3 opponent canceled his season)
10 of the most famous Wyomingites in history
We asked our listeners to tell us who they think is the most famous Wyomingite in history, here are the top 10 picks. NOTE: To be a Wyomingite you do NOT need to be born here, but you must have lived here for at least a year.
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