Laramie, Wyo.– The 2015 Wyoming High School Football State Championships kick off at War Memorial Stadium at the University of Wyoming this Friday and Saturday with five title games.
On Friday, Nov. 13, the Class 2A State Championship between Glenrock and Wheatland will begin the weekend’s games at Noon.
The second game on Friday will feature Green River vs. Star Valley in the Class 3A State Championship Game kicking off at 3 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 14 will see three state title games played, beginning with the 1A, 6-Man contest between Meeteetse and Kaycee at 10 a.m.
The second game on Saturday will pit Tongue River vs. Upton-Sundance in the Class 1A, 11-Man Championship at 1 p.m.
This year’s Wyoming State Football Championships will conclude on Saturday with the Class 4A State Championship Game, featuring Sheridan vs. Campbell County at 4 p.m.
“This is a great event for everyone involved,” said University of Wyoming Athletics Director Tom Burman. “Many volunteers from the Laramie community join together with our staff to host this event, and we want to welcome all the teams and their fans to Laramie and the University of Wyoming this weekend. Good luck to all the teams who have earned their way to this year’s championships.”
“While NCAA rules prohibit us from promoting or publicizing these games beyond providing the basic schedule and results of the games, we know it means a lot to the players and coaches to play their state championship games on Jonah Field at War Memorial Stadium.”