All posts tagged football

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Grizz crush Lusk Tigers, Cokeville looms

The Rocky Mountain Grizzlies wrapped up the non-conference portion of their schedule Friday night by blasting the Lusk Tigers 35-6 at the RMHS Field, exploding for three second-half touchdowns to turn a close game into a rout. Coach Richard Despain […]

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Grizz blast Kemmerer 47-7 to open season

The new-look Rocky Mountain Grizzlies started the 2016 in impressive fashion Friday night, powering past the Class 2A Kemmerer Rangers 47-7 on their home field in Cowley. Riding a

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High school gridders prep for season

A sure sign of the fall season to come is the popping of pads on high school practice fields as teams prepare for the new football season. Practice for

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Despain takes the reins of Rocky football

A man with a passion for football and who has deep ties to the community is the new head football coach at Rocky Mountain High School. Richard Despain takes

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Hazen named Coach of the Year

A strong season and an outstanding overall record of coaching success has led Lovell High School head football coach Doug Hazen to be named the co-Class 2A West

Thirteen Bulldogs receive post-season honors

An eight-game winning streak, a conference championship and advancing to the state semifinals caught the attention of coaches this year, who voted nine members of the Lovell Bulldogs

Rocky Mountain Grizzlies receiving post-season recognition are (l-r) Brian Crawford, Tristan Jewell, Gehrig Sweat and Cordell McFarlane. Inset is Garrett Vezain.
David Peck photo

Five Grizz honored as all-conference, two all-state

A strong 5-3 season and third seed in the Class 1A, 11-man playoffs helped the Rocky Mountain Grizzlies garner five players with all-conference honors, plus two who were

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Bulldogs grab conference title with dramatic win

In the end, it all came down to the strong right arm of Beau Green and his athletic receiver Brandon Teter. Green’s 27-yard touchdown pass to Teter with just

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Grizz batter Riverside to cap homecoming week

It was the game of the year, and the Rocky Mountain Grizzlies celebrated homecoming in style, dominating the 5-1 and fourth-ranked Riverside Rebels 37-16 before a packed house

Middle School sports wrap-up

  Grizzly gridders fall to Greybull The Rocky Mountain Middle School football squad fell to the Greybull Buffs 44-28 Saturday morning in Greybull. Rocky’s scores came on runs of 38 and