Nine Kaycee seniors ended their six-man football careers the way they envisioned Saturday.The Buckaroos scored 21 unanswered points in the third quarter en route to a 55-30 win over Farson-Eden in a rematch for the Class 1A six-man state championship at War Memorial Stadium.It is the third straight state title for Kaycee (11-0), which like the Pronghorns, began playing football in 2009. The win also kept the Buckaroos’ winning streak alive at 31 games.
LARAMIE – Two of the best six-man football teams are back in the state championship game.Kaycee and Farson-Eden are returning with plenty of star power, along with a few new players.The two high-powered offenses go head-to-head at 10 a.m. today at War Memorial Stadium in Laramie. The Buckaroos – riding a 32-game winning streak during the last three seasons – beat the Pronghorns 41-30 last season for their second straight state title in school history. Farson-Eden is 25-5 during that span.
LARAMIE – It was a thrilling comeback that will resonate in Mountain View football lore for years to come.The Buffalos assembled two long scoring drives in the final minutes to beat Glenrock 35-28 and claim the Wyoming Class 2A state championship Friday at War Memorial Stadium.Things looked bleak at first as the Herders ran the ball at will, but that actually set up a monumental swing in momentum later on.
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