Evanston: 0 Star Valley: 63
The Braves ran away from the Devils to win their 18th straight and finish the 2019 campaign at 9-0. R.J. Cazier rushed for 146 yards and four touchdowns to tie the school record for career touchdowns. This mark is now shared with Mel Olson (’60-’62). Star Valley will host the Douglas Bearcats in the quarterfinals of the 3A playoffs next weekend.
Cody: 17 Green River: 10
The Broncs sealed the #2 seed out of the 3A West and will host the Worland Warriors in the quarterfinals.
Douglas: 13 Riverton:7 – OT – (Per @WyoVarsity)
Despite the win, the Bearcats come up short on the point-differential portion of the tiebreakers and draw the #4 seed.
Rawlins: 32 Torrington: 30 (Per @Wyoming-Football.com)
Lander: 32 Worland: 21 (Per @Wyoming-Football.com)
The Tigers win their first outright conference title since 1948 according to Wyoming-Football.com
Powell: 17 Jackson Hole: 21 (Per @JHNG_Sports)
Broncs secure the #3 seed and will face off against the Wolverines in the quarterfinals.
Greybull: 0 Mountain View: 64
Big Piney: 0 Lyman: 6 (Thursday)
Wheatland: 66 Pinedale: 30 (Per SVI-2)
The Bulldogs break open a 30-30 tie to win going away.
Wind River: 0 Cokeville: 53 (Per The Wave 1450 AM)
Cokeville will host Wright next weekend.
*Playoff times have not yet been determined
(4E) Douglas @ (1W) Star Valley
(3W) Jackson @ (2E) Riverton
(4W Powell @ (1E) Lander Valley
(3E) Worland @ (2W) Cody
(4W) Lovell @ (1E) Buffalo
(3E) Thermopolis @ (2W) Lyman
(4E) Wheatland @ (1W) Mountain View
(3W) Big Piney @ (2E) Burns
(4W) Wind River) @ (1E) Big Horn
(3E) Southeast @ (2W) Shoshoni
(4E) Wright @ (1W) Cokeville
(3W) Rocky Mountain @ (2E) Upton-Sundance