One individual record was tied during the North’s 41-26 victory against the South in Saturday’s Shrine Bowl all-star football game in Casper, and a few other performances earned top-three spots on the Wyoming Shrine Bowl records list:

Individual records

Star Valley’s Reese Hiibel tied the Shrine Bowl record for touchdown passes with four; that mark has been reached three other times.

Dontae Crow of Sheridan finished tied for third all-time in receiving yards (133) and touchdown catches (two).

Southeast’s Jeff Burroughs matched Crow with two touchdown catches to also tie for third all-time.

Natrona’s Cody Wilkinson is No. 2 in the record books for made PATs in a game with five.

Team records

The North team matched the second-best offensive scoring output with five offensive touchdowns.

The South’s combined 25 completions is second-best all time, and its 287 passing yards is third-best all-time.

The North’s 41 points tied for second-most all-time.

The North now leads the all-time series 22-18-3; the North has won four Shrine Bowls in a row and six of the past seven. For more on this year’s game, check out the trib.com, wyosports.net and video highlights from wyopreps.com. The box score at Wyosports.net was used as the basis for the records outlined above; thanks to that crew for their help!

–patrick

The 43rd annual Shrine Bowl all-star football game will kick off at 2 p.m. today (Saturday) at Cheney Alumni Field in Casper.

The North leads the all-time series 21-18-3. North teams have won five of the last six Shrine Bowls and won last year’s game 40-14. Last year’s game raised $35,000 for the Shrine Hospitals for Children.

The rosters for the teams are as follows:

SOUTH
Big Piney: J.D. Fear, William Shafer.
Cheyenne Central: Jake Brownell, Jacob Carbaugh.
Cheyenne East: Jack Danni, Quinn Happold, Baylor Hayes.
Cheyenne South: Marquez Jefferson.
Cokeville: Jackson Linford.
Douglas: Cody Hooker.
Evanston: Tucker Leland, Brett Lowham.
Glenrock: Alec Arnold, Elijah Stewart.
Green River: Brendan Hopkins, Gage Hunt, Tyler Vendetti.
Lingle: Colten Wunder.
Mountain View: Dusty Iorg.
Pine Bluffs: Kyle Jeffres.
Pinedale: Caleb Raney.
Rawlins: Brett Penman.
Rock Springs: Collin Chivers, Carter Rosette.
Snake River: Braden Duncan.
Southeast: Jeff Burroughs.
Star Valley: Kyler Battleson, Reese Hiibel, Sean Pittman.
Torrington: Jace Canaday, Skyler Miller, Branton Samson.
Wheatland: Justis Borton, Josh Calvert, Daniel Chesser, Nathan Willis.
Managers: Ang Back, Douglas; McKenna Worden, Laramie.
Certified trainer: Alan Hill, Cheyenne East.
Head coach: Mark Lenhardt, Torrington.
Assistant coaches: Russell Steinmetz, Torrington; Drew Severn, Cheyenne Central; Aaron Makelky, Big Piney; Will Gray, Pine Bluffs; Michael Bates, Snake River.

NORTH
Big Horn: Brice Beisher, Collin Powers.
Buffalo: Tommy Fieldgrove.
Cody: Ethan Acton, Cameron Myers.
Gillette: Lane Barbour, Dalton Holst, Derek Hooker, Zack Taylor.
Greybull: Jordan Jackson, Lane Nielson.
Jackson: Theo Dawson, Dillon Hartranft, Gabe Walls.
Kaycee: Hayden Fauber.
Kelly Walsh: Jacob Kostal.
Lovell: Beau Green.
Meeteetse: Carter Johnson.
Natrona: Caleb Hett, Wes Richner, Cody Wilkinson.
Powell: Teagan Cordes.
Riverside: Ethan Sherburne.
Riverton: Baylor Beers, Brayden Draper.
Sheridan: Davis Alden, Zach Campbell, Evan Coon, Dontae Crow, Riley Sessions.
Shoshoni: Patrick Forster, Connor Wilkinson.
Thermopolis: Tyler Cornwell.
Tongue River: Dillon Lyons.
Upton-Sundance: Rourke McPeters.
Worland: Mauricio Caballero.
Managers: KinDale Andreen, Thermopolis; Sierra Force, Natrona.
Certified trainer: Joanne Brewster, Sheridan.
Head coach: Jon Vance, Kelly Walsh.
Assistant coaches: Ryan Meyers, Kelly Walsh; Rob Hammond, Buffalo; Marty Wrage, Greybull; Tony Truempler, Shoshoni; Andy Ray, Ten Sleep.

–patrick

Kaycee’s Hayden Fauber will join the North squad for the Shrine Bowl.

He replaces Kelly Walsh’s Alex Ferguson for the game, executive director John Cundall said in a release.

The annual all-star football game is June 11 in Casper.

–patrick

Four players have been added to the 2016 Shrine Bowl rosters, executive director John Cundall said Monday.

Sheridan’s Zach Campbell, Jackson’s Gabe Walls and Buffalo’s Tommy Fieldgrove have been added to the North team, while Dusty Iorg of Mountain View was added to the South squad. They replace Sheridan’s Blake Godwin, Buffalo’s Trey Schroefel and Tongue River’s Jaxn Kobza (North), and Torrington’s Colton Bustillos (South).

The student athletic trainers/managers will be KinDale Andreen of Thermopolis and Sierra Force of Natrona (North), and Ang Back of Douglas and McKenna Worden of Laramie (South). They will work with the certified trainers, Joanne Brewster of Sheridan (North) and Alan Hill of Cheyenne East (South).

The annual all-star football game is June 11 in Casper.

–patrick

The rosters for the 2016 Shrine Bowl were announced Friday. Rosters for the 43rd annual all-star football game are as follows:

SOUTH
Big Piney: J.D. Fear, William Shafer.
Cheyenne Central: Jake Brownell, Jacob Carbaugh.
Cheyenne East: Jack Danni, Quinn Happold, Baylor Hayes.
Cheyenne South: Marquez Jefferson.
Cokeville: Jackson Linford.
Douglas: Cody Hooker.
Evanston: Tucker Leland, Brett Lowham.
Glenrock: Alec Arnold, Elijah Stewart.
Green River: Brendan Hopkins, Gage Hunt, Tyler Vendetti.
Lingle: Colten Wunder.
Pine Bluffs: Kyle Jeffres.
Pinedale: Caleb Raney.
Rawlins: Brett Penman.
Rock Springs: Collin Chivers, Carter Rosette.
Snake River: Braden Duncan.
Southeast: Jeff Burroughs.
Star Valley: Kyler Battleson, Reese Hiibel, Sean Pittman.
Torrington: Colton Bustillos, Jace Canaday, Skyler Miller, Branton Samson.
Wheatland: Justis Borton, Josh Calvert, Daniel Chesser, Nathan Willis.

NORTH
Big Horn: Brice Beisher, Collin Powers.
Buffalo: Trey Schroefel.
Cody: Ethan Acton, Cameron Myers.
Gillette: Lane Barbour, Dalton Holst, Derek Hooker, Zack Taylor.
Greybull: Jordan Jackson, Lane Nielson.
Jackson: Theo Dawson, Dillon Hartranft.
Kelly Walsh: Alex Ferguson, Jacob Kostal.
Lovell: Beau Green.
Meeteetse: Carter Johnson.
Natrona: Caleb Hett, Wes Richner, Cody Wilkinson.
Powell: Teagan Cordes.
Riverside: Ethan Sherburne.
Riverton: Baylor Beers, Brayden Draper.
Sheridan: Davis Alden, Evan Coon, Dontae Crow, Blake Godwin, Riley Sessions.
Shoshoni: Patrick Forster, Connor Wilkinson.
Thermopolis: Tyler Cornwell.
Tongue River: Jaxn Kobza, Dillon Lyons.
Upton-Sundance: Rourke McPeters.
Worland: Mauricio Caballero.

The game will be June 11, 2016, in Casper.

–patrick

The coaching staffs for the 43rd annual Shrine Bowl all-star football game are set.

The South squad will be led by Torrington’s Mark Lenhardt with assistants Russell Steinmetz (Torrington), Drew Severn (Cheyenne Central), Aaron Makelky (Big Piney), Will Gray (Pine Bluffs) and Michael Bates (Snake River).

The North team will have head coach Jon Vance from Kelly Walsh and assistant coaches Ryan Meyers (Kelly Walsh), Rob Hammond (Buffalo), Marty Wrage (Greybull), Tony Truempler (Shoshoni) and Andy Ray (Ten Sleep).

The staffs will now go about the task of picking players and alternates for the game. The game will be June 11, 2016, in Casper.

–patrick

Kelly Walsh’s Jon Vance and Torrington’s Mark Lenhardt will be the coaches for the North and South teams, respectively, in the 2016 Shrine Bowl.

Both coaches will be Shrine Bowl head coaches for the first time in the annual all-star football game, which is scheduled for June 11, 2016, in Casper.

Vance just finished his fifth year as head coach of the Trojans, taking KW to the playoffs in each of the past four seasons. He is the first KW coach to be named a Shrine Bowl head coach since Rod Flack in 1981.

Lenhardt, too, capped off his fifth season as head coach at Torrington, leading the Trailblazers to the 3A East Conference championship. The last time a Torrington coach led the South Shrine Bowl team was in 1989, when Doug Bartlett led the squad.

The game is in its 43rd year. Funds raised from the game go to the Shriners Hospital for Children. Last year’s game, a 40-14 North victory, raised $35,000. The North leads the all-time series 21-18-3 and has won three consecutive Shrine Bowls.

Shrine Bowl Executive Director John Cundall announced the coach selections via email. The coaches will select their assistant coaching staffs before selecting players later this year.

–patrick

The Wyoming Shrine Bowl raised $35,000 this year to donate to the Shriners Hospital for Children in Salt Lake City, Utah, executive director John Cundall said via email.

The annual all-star football game was played in June. The 2016 game will be played June 11 in Casper.

–patrick

A couple small recent updates:

Updated the date and location for Pine Bluffs’ game against Kimball, Neb., on Sept. 10, 1954. (It was in Kimball.)

Updated Meeteetse’s coach for 1958; it was Don Trueblood, not Robert Menardi.

I also made the following updates to the Shrine Bowl player and year tallies: Buffalo has 75 players, not 74; Cheyenne Central has 110 players, not 111; Cheyenne East has 100 players, not 99; Gillette has 41 years of player selections, not 40; Tongue River has 23 years, not 24; Worland has 29 years, not 28.

–patrick

Only a couple records were set in the 42nd annual Shrine Bowl, a game won by the North squad 40-14 on Saturday in Casper.

Cheyenne East’s Tevis Bartlett set a Shrine Bowl record with 46 passing attempts, while the North tied team records with five offensive touchdowns and six total touchdowns.

Natrona’s Stevann Brown was the game’s offensive MVP and Dillon Matuska of Gillette was the defensive MVP. Both played for the North.

The North now leads the all-time series 21-18-3.

For a full listing of previous Shrine Bowl records and results, click here.

–patrick

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