ENCAMPMENT- The Little Snake River Valley Rattlers made the 56-mile trip across the Sierra Madres on Saturday for their second cross-county football showdown – this time, against the Encampment Tigers.
RAWLINS – The Rawlins Family Recreation Center (RFRC) is excited for the upcoming youth football program this fall and are hopeful for a great turnout. This year, the RFRC will be offering a Skills & Drills Football Camp for 3rd-6th grade.
RAWLINS – Former NFL and University of Wyoming football player Mike McGraw wasn’t even talking about pigskin when his sons, Hanna-Elk Mountain-Medicine Bow grads Shane and Conor, ran a few pass-coverage drills nearby.
CARBON COUNTY – Five Carbon County high school football players have made the roster to represent the South team in the annual Wyoming Shrine Bowl, and two players are on the reserve list.
RAWLINS – Maybe there was a reason it took until 21 seconds left in the first half of Friday’s game against Green River for Rawlins starting quarterback Quentin Romero to find Connor Mendez on a 3rd down slant in the end zone for the game’s first score.
CASPER – Winding down to the final two minutes of last Saturday’s 46th annual Shrine Bowl, Wyoming’s high school football all-star game for recent grads, Rawlins High School’s very own Damon Taylor’s name would echo throughout the football field.
CASPER — Every year, the state’s top football seniors are selected to play in the Wyoming Shrine Bowl, and Rawlins High School’s Damon Taylor and Saratoga High School’s Sam Schneider can be added to list of Carbon County natives.
BAGGS — Up 59-18 with less than a minute on the clock, Little Snake River Valley High School Football (2-1,3-1) was on a clear path to a win over St. Stephens High School (0-3,0-4) on Saturday.
Editor’s note: Due to a mishap, the following articles on this page weren’t fully printed in Saturday’s edition of the Rawlins Daily Times. These are the full reprints.
LINGLE — It may not pass often, but when No. 3 Hanna-Elk Mountain-Medicine Bow (3-0,4-0) does, it usually ends up in the end zone.