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LSRV player Riggen Myers looks on during Saturday’s game against the Hulett Red Devils.

BAGGS – The No. 1-ranked Little Snake River Valley Rattlers hosted the Hulett Red Devils in 1A six-man semifinals football Saturday. The Rattlers put their state history making defense up against a Hulett offense that averaged over 50 points per game (when averaging games played, they had two forfeit wins against Ten Sleep and Midwest). The Red Devils would fall way short, 61-0.

Through ten games played, that makes a grand total of zero, none, zip, nada points allowed against the Rattlers this season. That’s barely unheard of in 11-man football, but definitely unheard of in fast-paced 6-man. According to wyoming-football.com, it has never been done through ten games.

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