Eagles soar to first win in two seasons; Tigers, Cougars also roar on Friday

The wait is over. For the first time since September 10th of the 2016 season, the St. Stephens Eagles earned their first non-forfeit win. In a game at home against county rival Dubois Friday afternoon, the Eagles prevailed 79-43. Congratulations to Coach Billy Brost and the Eagles team for this breakthrough victory.

Other scores from Friday’s action.


The Wind River Cougars rolled up 515 yards of total offense (Rushing, Passing and Return yardage) to win for the second time in as many years against their cross county rival Shoshoni 45-14. The Cougars held the Wranglers to only only 37 yards rushing and 129 yards passing in the game held at Ethete. The Cougar’s Jaren Guina ran unofficially for 102 yards and scored three touchdowns in the win, moving Wind River’s record to 5-2 on the season (including forfeit wins over Saratoga and Wyoming Indian).

The Lander Valley Tigers picked up their second win in as many weeks in shutout fashion with a 28-0 white washing of the visiting Rawlins Outlaws at Bill Bush Stadium. The Tigers defeated its cross-county rival Riverton last week to start the streak. The two wins bring the Tigers to .500 for the year at 3-3

This is not Riverton’s year. The state’s Class 3A Number One Torrington Trailblazers shut out the Wolverines 51-0. Riverton is still looking for its first win of the season.


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