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State high school football championships results from War Memorial: Sheridan Broncs take 4A championship

Little Snake River Rattlers celebrate their 2021 WHSAA 1A-6man State Football Championship (WHSAA, Twitter)

CASPER, Wyo. — War Memorial Stadium at the University of Wyoming in Laramie again played host to the Wyoming State High School Football Championship Games this weekend.

These results and recaps so far are courtesy of the University of Wyoming.


The Little Snake River Rattlers “broke open a tight first quarter with four touchdowns in the second frame to overwhelm” the Encampment Tigers, UW said.

With seven touchdowns, the Rattlers finished out a perfect 10-0 season with a final score of  66-24 over the Tigers, whose only two losses this season were to the rival Rattlers.


The Shoshoni Wranglers beat out the Rocky Mountain Grizzlies 19-6 in their first and final season match-up on Friday.


The Lyman Eagles held off the Lovell Bulldogs with a single touchdown eight minutes into the game to round out a perfect season and secure their second consecutive state championship.

The Bulldogs failed a conversion attempt in the fourth quarter. The final score was 8-6. The Bulldogs had only two losses this season, both to Lyman.


Cody came out ahead of Jackson Hole in a Broncs vs. Broncs match-up Friday, rounding out a perfect season (11-0).

Leading just 14-10 halfway through the third quarter, Cody surged ahead with an 89-yard interception return. Two more pick-6s secured Cody’s win with a final score of 35-10, securing the Broncs’ seventh state championship in school history.


The Rock Springs Tigers will face the Sheridan Broncs at 4:00 p.m. Both teams have only one loss this season. Sheridan came out on top 27-24 when the teams last met in September.

UPDATE: The Broncs took the championship 45-27.