Wyoming High School Football Matchups and History – Championship 2021

Kevin Koile - Sheridan Media

The Sheridan Broncs and Rock Springs play for the 4A State Championship this Saturday, November 13th at 4pm in War Memorial Stadium in Laramie.

Here are the matchups and history for all championship matchups.

Information Courtesy: wyoming-football.com

4A State Championship: Rock Springs vs. Sheridan- Saturday 4pm The first 2 times the teams played each other, are also the last 2 times the 2 teams played each other for the state championship. Sheridan won in 1934 and Rock Springs won in 1935. Sheridan leads the series 26-4 with 2 ties including the post-season and has won the last 19 times the two teams have played each other, outscoring RS 634-185 in the process. That includes Sheridan’s win earlier this season. Rock Springs’ last win vs. Sheridan was back in 1959 at Sheridan. Sheridan has a 7-1 advantage in the post-season. The last post-season meeting between the 2 teams was in the 2020 quarter-finals. Sheridan’s longest win streak vs. Rock Springs is the current 19-game streak that started back in 1992 (no games played from 1994-2008), while Rock Springs’ longest win streak vs. Sheridan is 2 from 1955-1956. Sheridan has shut out Rock Springs 9 times, the last in 2017, while Rock Springs has shut out Sheridan 3 times, the last in 1956. Sheridan’s largest margin of victory vs. Rock Springs is 51 in 1993 (64-13) and in 2017 (51-0), while Rock Springs’ largest margin of victory vs. Sheridan is 19 in the 1935 state championship game (19-0) and in 1956 (19-0). The most points that Sheridan has scored in a game vs. Rock Springs is 64 in 1993 (64-13), while the most points that Rock Springs has scored in a game vs. Sheridan is 21 in 2012 (lost 41-21). The 2 teams have never had a game vs. each other go to overtime. This will be the first time that Rock Springs has played for a state championship in Laramie, while Sheridan is 6-2 in state championship games in Laramie. Rock Springs’ last won the state championship in 2002, while Sheridan’s last won the state championship in 2019.

3A State Championship: Jackson vs. Cody – Friday 3pm Cody won the first meeting between the 2 teams in 1974, while Jackson got their first win in 1992. Cody leads the series 23-8 and has won the last 4 and 13 of the last 15, including the win earlier this season. In the post-season, the series is tied 1-1. The last post-season meeting was in the 2020 state championship game. Jackson’s longest winning streak vs. Cody is 2, both in 2007, while Cody’s longest winning streak vs. Jackson is 7 from 2008-2014. Jackson has never shut out Cody while Cody has shut out Jackson 3 times, the last in 2016. Jackson’s largest margin of victory vs. Cody is 26 in 2007 (38-12), while Cody’s largest margin of victory vs. Jackson is 62 in 2010 (69-7). The most points that Jackson has scored in a game vs. Cody is 42 in 1999 (42-21), while the most points that Cody has scored in a game vs. Jackson is 69 in 2010 (69-7). The 2 teams have gone to overtime vs. each other once in 1992, with Jackson winning 20-14. This will be the first time that Jackson has played for a state championship in Laramie, while Cody is 2-1 in state championship games in Laramie. Jackson’s last won the state championship was in 2007, while Cody last won the state championship in 2020.

2A State Championship: Lovell vs. Lyman – Saturday 10am Lovell won the first meeting between the 2 teams in 1994, while Lyman won their first game in 1999. Lyman leads the series 11-10, and has won the last 2, and 5 of the last 6, including the win earlier this season. In the post-season the series is tied 2-2. The last post-season meeting was in the 2012 state championship game. Lovell longest winning streak vs. Lyman is 3 from 2007-2009 and from 2013-2015, while Lyman’s longest winning streak vs. Lovell is 3 from 1999-2006 (no games played from 2000-2004) and from 2016-2018. Lovell has shut out Lyman twice, the last in 2008, while Lyman has shut out Lovell twice, the last in 2018. Lovell’s largest margin of victory vs. Lyman is 48 in 2008 (48-0), while Lyman’s largest margin of victory vs. Lovell is 33 in 1999 (40-7). The most points that Lovell has scored in a game vs. Lyman is 48 in 2008 (48-0), while the most points that Lyman has scored in a game vs. Lovell is 40 in 1999 (40-7). The 2 teams have gone to overtime once vs. each other in 2010 with Lyman winning 27-21. The 2 teams have played each other for the state championship in Laramie twice, with Lovell winning in 2011 and Lyman winning in 2012. Those are the only 2 times that both teams have played for a state championship in Laramie. Lovell’s last won the state championship in 2011, while Lyman last won the state championship in 2020.

9-Man State Championship: Rocky Mountain vs. Shoshoni – Saturday 1pm Shoshoni won the first meeting between the 2 teams in 1983, while Rocky Mountain won their first in 1988. Rocky Mountain leads the series 14-13, which includes Shoshoni’s win earlier this season. Rocky Mountain has a 1-0 advantage in the post-season, winning in the 1998 quarter-finals. Rocky Mountain’s longest winning streak vs. Shoshoni is 9 from 1990-2010 (no games played from 1996-1997 and from 1999-2008), while Shoshoni’s longest winning streak vs. Rocky Mountain is 5 from 1983-1987 (the first 5 games between the 2 teams). Rocky Mountain has shut out Shoshoni 4 times, the last in 2010, while Shoshoni has shut out Rocky Mountain 1 time in 2015. Rocky Mountain’s largest margin of victory vs. Shoshoni is 56 in 1993 (56-0), while Shoshoni’s largest margin of victory vs. Rocky Mountain is 36 in 1984 (42-6). The most points that Rocky Mountain has scored in a game vs. Shoshoni is 59 in 1992 (59-14) and in 1998 (59-6), while the most points that Shoshoni has scored in a game vs. Rocky Mountain is 42 in 1984 (42-6). The 2 teams have to overtime vs. each other once in 2018, with Shoshoni winning 14-8. Neither team has ever played for a state championship in Laramie. Rocky Mountain last won the state championship in 1998, while Shoshoni last won the state championship in 1985.

6-Man State Championship: Encampment vs. Little Snake River – Friday Noon Encampment won the first meeting between the 2 teams in 1956 (LSR was called Baggs HS back then), while Little Snake River won their first earlier this season. Encampment leads the series between the 2 teams 2-1. This is the first post-season meeting between the 2 teams. Encampment’s longest winning streak vs. Little Snake River is 2 (1956 and 2020), while Little Snake River’s longest winning streak vs. Encampment is 1, which happened earlier this season. Neither team has ever shut out the other. Encampment’s largest margin of victory vs. Little Snake River is 35 in 2020 (56-21), while Little Snake River’s largest margin of victory vs. Encampment is 42 in 2021 (66-24). The most points that Encampment has scored in a game vs. Little Snake River is 56 in 2020 (56-21), while the most points that Little Snake River has scored in a game vs. Encampment is 66 in 2021 (66-24). The 2 teams have never had a game vs. each other go to overtime. Encampment has never played for a state championship in school history. Little Snake River is 3-1 in state championship games played in Laramie. Little Snake River last won the state championship in 2019.



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