A Final Game at Home – Burlington 67 – Dubois 46

    It was the final home game for Dubois head coach David Trembly, but the Hollywood finish eluded the Rams with a 67-46 loss to a talented Burlington Huskies squad. The Huskies are the North 6-man champions and are unbeaten against Wyoming teams. They lost their season opener to Custer, Montana but have rolled since then.

    Jonah Oard looked for a block as Zander Hawkins handed the ball to Wyatt Trembly – h/t Randy Tucker

    The 21-point win over the Rams was the closest game so far for Burlington.

    Burlington takes the home field in the opening and second rounds courtesy of their 6-0 unbeaten record in the North Conference.  They will host the fourth-seeded from the South, Farson Eden on Friday at 2 p.m.

    Wyatt Trembly turned on the jets on this touchdown run – h/t Randy Tucker

    Dubois is on the road at Kaycee on Friday, also with a 2 p.m. kickoff.

    Siler Hess led Wyatt Trembly – h/t Randy Tucker

    If you’re a fan of wide-open football, Dubois was the place to be Saturday afternoon. The usual high-speed game that 6-man offers came with a little extra dressing as both teams made a few impromptu plays to keep drives alive.

    Cooper Kintzler converted an extra-point kick – h/t Randy Tucker

    Add some vicious open field tackling, and a couple of spectacular pass defense plays by Noah Hawkins for the Rams, and you have a very entertaining afternoon of football.

    Burlington took an early lead, but the Rams came back through the air with Siler Hess hitting Hayden Howard for a 24-yard scoring play.

    Dubois head coach David Trembly led his Rams a final time at home – h/t Randy Tucker

    The physical differences between the teams was striking, with the Huskies larger at almost every position.

    That size advantage made it difficult for the usually effective Dubois kicking game to get untracked. Kicking extra points proved to be a problem for freshman Cooper Kintzler throughout the game. The Huskies were all over the ball before holder Wyatt Trembly was able to set it on several plays.

    Dubois head coach David Trembly taped his son Wyatt’s ankle as Adria Trembly assisted – h/t Randy Tucker

    Burlington took a 15-6 lead with just 50 seconds on the first-period clock. The Rams scored quickly Trembly on a short series when Trembly broke open on a 51-yard run 36 seconds later.


    The second period tested all the lights in the old Rams’ scoreboard.

    Cooper Kintzler kicked off for the Rams – h/t Randy Tucker

    The Huskies tacked on 30 points in the second and the Rams scored 20.

    Trembly scored on a 21-yard run, but the Huskies more than doubled the score to 37-18 late in the half.


    Kintzler, blessed with blazing speed, kept the Rams close taking the ensuing kickoff 71 yards for a quick touchdown. Kintzler took the ball in the middle of the field at the nine-yard line, juked right, then turned on the jets down the south sideline for the score.

    Cooper Kintzler turned the corner on a 71-yard kickoff return for a touchdown – h/t Randy Tucker

    Jonah Oard added a 17-yard run with Kintzler adding the two-point conversion kick and the Rams were back in the game, trailing 37-32 with less than two minutes remaining in the first half.

    Wyatt Trembly and Zander Hawkins led Jonah Oard – h/t Randy Tucker

    The Huskies ended the hoped for rally, scoring on a 41-yard pass to bump their halftime advantage to 45-32.

    Zander Hawkins led Jonah Oard – h/t Randy Tucker

    In a low-scoring third period, Dubois scored first, closing to 45-40 on a 17-yard pass from Trembly to Howard and a Kintzler kick, but that was as close it would get.

    Howard Hayden altered a Burlington point after attempt – h/t Randy Tucker

    The Huskies added 16 points in the final period for a comfortable 21-point win.

    The game ended with coach Trembly receiving handshakes and greetings from the entire Burlington team, fans from both schools and the five officials from the Riverton Officials Association who worked the game.

    Jonah Oard and Zander Hawkins looked for blocks as they led Wyatt Trembly on a sweep – h/t Randy Tucker

    DUBOIS           12 20 8    6 – 46

    BURLINGTON 15 30 6  16 – 67

    Siler Hess flew in for a tackle – h/t Randy Tucker

    First Quarter

    BUR – Joe Bassett 36-pass from Jordan Michaels (Noah McMackin pass from Rykael Andrew) 6:18

    DUB – Hayden Howard 24-pass from Siler Hess (kick failed) 3:58

    BUR – Hunter Aagard 19-pass from Andrew (Brikton Wardell kick) :50

    DUB – Wyatt Trembly 51-run (kick failed):14

    Second Quarter

    BUR -Weston Gotfriedson 27-pass from Andrew (Wardell kick) 6:46

    BUR – Mickey Maroni 1-run (kick failed) 5:32

    DUB – Trembly 21-run (kick failed) 2:47

    BUR – Jordan Casey 51-pass from Michaels (Wardell kick) 2:24

    DUB – Cooper Kintzler 71-kickoff return (kick failed) 2:17

    DUB – Jonah Oard 17-run (Kintzler kick) 1:46

    BUR – Casey 41-pass from Michaels (Wardell kick):05

    Third Quarter

    DUB – Howard 17-pass from Trembly (Kintzler kick) 4:33

    BUR – Bassett 12-run (kick failed) 2:40

    Fourth Quarter

    BUR – Aagard 18-pass from Michaels (Wardell kick) 5:16

    BUR – Michales 35-run (Wardell kick) 3:57

    DUB – Trembly 19-run (kick failed) 3:17


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