Hopefully today is a championship Saturday for the Tigers and Eagles

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November 13, 2021 — Today in Laramie will be a fitting end to the Wyoming High School football season. The two titans of this year’s Class 4A season, Rock Springs and Sheridan, will meet at 4 p.m. at War Memorial Stadium for the state title. At 10 a.m. the two most dominant teams in 2A, Lyman and Lovell, will meet for that championship crown.

On Friday, two championships were decided.

In the 3A Championship, Cody repeats as the champs with a 41-24 win over Jackson 41-24. Cody finishes the year undefeated. The title is the school’s seventh in history.

In Friday’s 1A-6 Man Championship, Little Snake River finished off their undefeated season with a 66-24 win over Encampment. It is the Rattlers’ second state title in the last three years.

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Today’s games:

Rock Springs vs. Sheridan These two teams have been rated #1 and #2 most of the season. Both are 10-1 on the year, with the Tiger’s lone loss coming to Sheridan, 27-24, on September 17. That game was played on Broncs home field and was decided with less than two minutes to play. The Tigers last won a football state championship in 2002. Sheridan won the championship in 2019 and has won four of the last six state title games.

WyoRadio, along with Infinity Power and Controls, Commerce Bank of Wyoming, Schumacher Law, and Wyoming Beverages, will present a Tiger pre-game tailgate party in the parking lot outside the main entrance of War Memorial Stadium. The tailgate party begins at 1:30 p.m. and is free to attend.

Lyman vs. Lovell – Lyman, the defending 2A State Champion, comes into the game with a 10-0 record, while Lovell is 9-1. The two teams meet on September 17 in Lovell, with Lyman coming out on top 35-15. Lovell’s last state championship was in 2011.

Shoshoni vs. Rocky Mountain – Both teams enter today’s contest with 9-1 records.

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