Lander Valley’s Bill Bush Memorial Stadium during a night game. County10.com photo by Ernie Over
(Undated) – It was not a good day or night for county teams. St. Stephens was playing their first ever Six-Man game on the road and failed to score, Wyoming Indian shifted from 1-A to Six Man but lost its opener to Kaycee despite scoring 26 points. Wind River, Shoshoni and Lander Valley were shut out, and Riverton’s game at Powell was called after three quarters due to a lightning storm. The Wolverines scored the game’s first touchdown, but were shut out the rest of the way in a 43 point loss.
On Saturday, the defending state champion Dubois Rams in the Six Man Division take on Normative Services at home at 11 a.m.
Guernsey-Sunrise 85, St. Stephens 0
Kaycee 77, Wyoming Indian 26
Lovell 45, Wind River 0
Pinedale 18, Shoshoni 0
Cody 28, Lander Valley 0 (Final after Rain delay)
Powell 49, Riverton 6 (stopped after 3 qtrs-lightning)
Normative Services at Dubois, 11 a.m.