KW's Kaden Havens walks off the field during halftime against Rock Springs on Friday, Auyg. 27, at Harry Geldien Stadium. (Dan Cepeda, Oil City News)
CASPER, Wyo. — Football season kicked off on Friday across Wyoming, with Kelly Walsh High School hosting Rock Springs at home while crosstown rival Natrona County High School played in Laramie.
Rock Springs quickly dominated KW with a solid defensive lineup. KW was able to score when Brant Blocker intercepted a pass from Rock Springs quarterback Michael Faigl in the first quarter. After that, the game belonged to Rock Springs, ending with a final score of 42–7.
NCHS fared considerably better on the road, ending its season opener against Laramie 40–0.