1. Wyoming’s defense set up the first score with a turnover and Trey Woods made Air Force pay with a 1-yard scoring run for a 7-0 Cowboys lead 5 minutes into the game.2. The Cowboys looked like they were ready to blow Air Force out of Falcon Stadium with two more touchdowns in the second quarter for a 21-0 lead. The second one came on a 17-yard pass from Josh Allen to Jared Scott for Scott’s first career catch. However, Air Force scored right before the half to cut the Cowboys’ lead to 21-7.
Six years ago, the Torrington football team went winless.Now, the Trailblazers are playing for the school’s first state championship since 1990.Torrington takes on Cody in the Wyoming Class 3A state championship at 3 p.m. today at War Memorial Stadium. The Trailblazers (9-1) have been knocking on the state championship door the past few seasons. Torrington lost in the 3A semifinals in 2014 and 2015 before falling in the quarterfinals as a No.
1. The first quarter was mostly a feeling-out process and both defenses played well. Colorado State got a big run from Dayln Dawkins deep into Wyoming territory to set up a field goal for a 3-0 lead.2. CSU took a 10-3 lead early in the second quarter, but UW gained some momentum with a 1-minute drive to get in range for a 43-yard Cooper Rothe field goal. The Rams started running the ball well on UW’s defense, totaling 137 at halftime. 3.
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