Three players have been swapped in to the Shrine Bowl roster for the annual all-star football game in June.
Wright’s Taylor Tresch and Lovell’s Dylan Hultgren will join the North team, while Cheyenne East’s Tod Wenger joins the South team. They replace Riverton’s Xavier Webb, Thermopolis’ Christian Syverson (North) and Lyman’s Bransen Bradshaw (South).
Rosters have been set for the 40th annual Shrine Bowl all-star football game, which will be June 8 in Casper:
BURNS: Colton Wright.
CHEYENNE CENTRAL: Greg Ashley, Seth Edeen, David Riedl.
CHEYENNE EAST: Joe Ash, Austen Motily, Hayes Stone.
CHEYENNE SOUTH: James Marshall.
COKEVILLE: Brigham Teichert.
DOUGLAS: C.J. Allen, Ty Etchemendy.
EVANSTON: Matt Johnson.
GLENROCK: D.C. Hall.
GREEN RIVER: Blaine Christensen, Zach Huber, Dan Probst.
KEMMERER: Ryan Archibald.
LARAMIE: Peter Trahan.
LUSK: Colter Larson.
LYMAN: Bransen Bradshaw, Nick Reis, Cisco Taylor.
PINEDALE: Clay Cheatham.
RAWLINS: Wyatt Hopkins.
ROCK SPRINGS: Zach Legerski, Tanner McQuillan, Braxton Rosette, James Sedey.
SNAKE RIVER: Conner Lee.
SOUTHEAST: Zach Eisenbarth, John Lessard.
STAR VALLEY: Ryan Brough, Marshall Watkins, Derrick Wolfley.
TORRINGTON: Nick Prusia.
WHEATLAND: Brendan Ruwart.
Alternates: Luke Barron, Big Piney; T.J. Stark, Trey Herrera and Tod Wenger, Cheyenne East; Adam Sigala, Douglas; Wyatt Day, Evanston; Justin Honken, Laramie; Kevin Christianson, Lusk; Lane Nusbaum, Pine Bluffs; Waddie Love, Saratoga; Kohl Battleson, Star Valley; Blake Wisroth, Torrington.
BIG HORN: Will O’Dell, Matthew Wigglesworth, Lucas Wollenman.
BUFFALO: Aaron Fenner, Tyler Rogers.
BURLINGTON: Ben Mancuso.
DUBOIS: Cody Flynn, Jesse Hawk.
GILLETTE: Justin Berkey, Taylor Bigelow, Dani Fischer, Dylan Haddix.
JACKSON: Andrew Linsenmann.
KELLY WALSH: Isaac Bayer, John Fabrizius.
LOVELL: Dino Collins, Cody Savage.
NATRONA: Colter Bentley, Brecken Biggs, Adam Britton, Josh Flanigan, Dan Reese.
NEWCASTLE: J.T. Harper.
POWELL: Tyler Patterson, Dewey Schwahn, Vince Sleep.
RIVERTON: T.J. Galey, Lane Savage, Xavier Webb.
SHERIDAN: Collin Eisenman, Mitch Godwin, Nate Kane.
THERMOPOLIS: Christian Syverson.
UPTON-SUNDANCE: Cory Butts.
WORLAND: Jacob McGarvin, Colby Wortman.
Alternates: Preston Davenport, Big Horn; Dylan Marton, Buffalo; Stephen Alm, Gillette; James Caro, Kaycee; Marco Sanchez, Kelly Walsh; Dylan Hultgren, Lovell; Greg Lensert, Natrona; Ty Borgialli and Billie Gordon, Newcastle; Kevin Bakkehaug, Sheridan; Arren Jones and Taylor Tresch, Wright.
The two head coaches for the 2013 Shrine Bowl have assembled their coaching staffs for the annual all-star football game.
South head coach Mark Bullington of Southeast has named Cheyenne Central’s Brick Cegelski (4A), Torrington’s Mark Lenhardt (3A), Lyman’s Dale Anderson (2A), Snake River’s Michael Bates (1A six-man) and Southeast colleague Shawn Burkart to his staff.
North head coach Michael McGuire of Big Horn selected Natrona assistant Josh Anderson (4A), Worland’s Curt Mayer (3A), Upton-Sundance’s Andy Garland (1A 11-man), Dubois’ David Trembly (1A six-man) and Big Horn assistant Kirk McLaughlin to join him on the sideline.
The coaching staffs will now begin the process of selecting players for the game, which will be played June 8 in Casper.
Big Horn’s Michael McGuire and Southeast’s Mark Bullington will be head coaches for the 40th annual Shrine Bowl, which is scheduled for June 8, 2013, in Casper.
McGuire will coach the North squad and Bullington the South.
Both have already been Shrine Bowl head coaches. McGuire was the North head coach when at Riverside in 2008 and led the North team to a 16-10 victory. Bullington was the head coach of the South team in 2009, which ended in a 3-3 tie after lightning and tornado warnings led to the game’s cancellation.
Former Gillette and Greybull coach John Cundall has been named the new executive director of the Shrine Bowl.
Cundall was the head coach of the North Shrine team in both 2004 and 2011 and was an assistant coach for two other Shrine games.
T.J. Claunch, who was executive director for the past nine years, resigned his position, creating the vacancy for Cundall.
The Shrine Bowl Board of Directors also announced $22,000, the proceeds from the 2012 Shrine Bowl, would be sent to the Shriners Hospital in Salt Lake City.
The 2013 Shrine Bowl is set for June 8 in Casper.
Recent record additions: Home/road winning/losing streaks, consecutive scoring streaks, Shrine Bowl players
Some recent additions to wyoming-football.com:
Home and road winning and losing streaks… I highlighted these records in the blog earlier this summer (home winning, home losing, road winning, road losing), and now the records are posted on the streaks page.
Shrine Bowl player totals… I also highlighted these in the blog earlier this summer; these totals are now on the Shrine Bowl page, as are the Shrine Bowl records.
A couple quick additions/corrections:
I added Douglas’ 20-0 victory over Lingle on Nov. 3, 1950, to the database. Thanks to Marven Weitzel for the addition!
I corrected the name of Wheatland’s Larry Woodcock in the honorable mention Class A all-state listings for 1962. Thanks to my dad for catching that one!
I have also updated the Shrine Bowl page to show records through this year’s game.
All the updates have been made on all the relevant pages.
Here are the rosters for the 39th annual Shrine Bowl all-star football game, which will be played at 7 p.m. Saturday in Casper.
BURNS: Kaleb Morgan.
CHEYENNE CENTRAL: Kyler Robinson; Matt Carver.
CHEYENNE EAST: Cameron Jaure; Trevon Hinker; Jeremy Woods; Anthony Valdez.
COKEVILLE: Bronson Teichert.
DOUGLAS: Braidy Parks.
EVANSTON: Will Barker; Matt Eddington; Tyler Chandler; Jordan Johnson.
GLENROCK: Troy Pinkerton.
GREEN RIVER: Colter Hamel; Jerome Krysl.
KEMMERER: Ethan Archibald.
LARAMIE: Josh Teeter; Brady Wilkison.
LINGLE: Garrett Meyer.
LUSK: Taylen Arnett.
LYMAN: Wade Eyre; Justin Covington; Bryce Bluemel.
PINE BLUFFS: David Baker.
ROCK SPRINGS: Chance Malmstrom.
SNAKE RIVER: Miles Englehart; Daniel Wille; Rex Stanley.
SOUTHEAST: Zac Zimmerer.
STAR VALLEY: Ridge Hillyard; T.J. Guild; Conner Hoopes.
TORRINGTON: Zach Lurz.
WHEATLAND: David Chesser; Kolby Braisted.
Head coach: Chad Goff, Cheyenne East. Assistant coaches: Kirk Nelson, Cheyenne East; Mark Lenhardt, Torrington; Scott Schultz, Wheatland; Will Gray, Pine Bluffs; Michael Bates, Snake River.
Support: Karlie Schultz, Wheatland, manager; Emily Underwood, Cheyenne East, student trainer.
BUFFALO: Christopher Mikal.
BURLINGTON: Anson George.
CODY: Taylor Hubbell; Zach Swope.
DUBOIS: Mitchell Baker.
GILLETTE: Kade Wasson; Burke Burgess; Nick Bazemore; Cody Okray; Tanner Moser.
GREYBULL: Austin Frazier.
KELLY WALSH: Terry Jackson Jr.; Austin Wright; Casey Keith.
LANDER: Tanner Simpson.
LOVELL: A.J. Montanez; Mark Grant; Eli Moody.
MIDWEST: Adam VanNorman.
MOORCROFT: Thomas Johnson.
NATRONA: Cody Vollmar; Caleb Seghetti; Khaymon Bell; Jake Thomas.
NEWCASTLE: Mitch Weigel.
POWELL: Cooper Wise; Olie Olson; Josh Cragoe.
RIVERSIDE: Brynnt Wood.
SHERIDAN: Jordan Roberts; Aaron Gray.
SHOSHONI: Dalton Linnan.
THERMOPOLIS: Chris Ryan.
TONGUE RIVER: Austin Bolin.
WRIGHT: Baily Hepp.
Head coach: Jim Stringer, Powell. Assistant coaches: Richard Despain, Powell; Jon Vance, Kelly Walsh; Doug Hazen, Lovell; Mike Aagard, Burlington; Jake Zent, Ten Sleep.
Support: J.R. Larsen, Powell, adult certified trainer; Landon Doyle, Worland, student trainer; Curt Bennion, Powell, manager.
The 39th annual Wyoming Shrine Bowl all-star football game is coming up quick — on June 9 in Casper, to be exact.
And with 38 years of history behind it, the Shrine Bowl has had a bunch of players sport the brown and white jerseys.
But which school has had the most Shrine Bowl players? And has a school ever had a player chosen for every Shrine Bowl?
Using the archived rosters available at the Shrine Bowl’s official site, I tallied up two lists: the total numbers of players per school and the number of years every school has had at least one player selected.
Natrona County, with 137 total players, has had more Shrine Bowl selections than any other school. Also, Natrona is one of just three schools to have at least one player selected for every Shrine Bowl game; Riverton and Sheridan are the only other schools that can claim that honor.
Not counting 2012′s selections, here are the tallies, both by total number of players selected and the number of years in which at least one player was chosen:
Total players selected
Kelly Walsh, Laramie: 102
Cheyenne Central: 100
Rock Springs: 91
Cheyenne East, Riverton: 82
Green River: 78
Star Valley: 74
Cody, Douglas: 65
Kemmerer, Wheatland: 60
Lander, Rawlins: 51
Big Piney, Glenrock: 40
Mountain View: 39
Cokeville, Newcastle: 36
Big Horn: 31
Rocky Mountain, Tongue River: 27
Lingle, Saratoga: 17
Dubois, Midwest: 15
Wind River: 14
Moorcroft, Shoshoni: 13
Pine Bluffs: 12
Basin, Meeteetse, Riverside, Ten Sleep: 7
Hulett, Normative Services, St. Mary’s/Seton: 5
Burlington, Byron, Hanna: 4
Bow-Basin, Deaver-Frannie, Kaycee, North Big Horn, Snake River, Wyoming Indian: 1
Total years in which at least one player was selected
38: Natrona, Riverton, Sheridan
37: Kelly Walsh
36: Cheyenne Central, Gillette, Laramie, Rock Springs
35: Buffalo, Star Valley
33: Cheyenne East, Evanston
32: Green River
31: Cody, Douglas, Wheatland
29: Kemmerer, Lander
27: Big Piney, Worland
26: Glenrock, Lovell, Pinedale, Rawlins
24: Cokeville, Jackson, Mountain View
23: Newcastle, Southeast
22: Tongue River
18: Big Horn, Upton
16: Rocky Mountain
13: Burns, Dubois, Lingle, Saratoga
12: Pine Bluffs
11: Midwest, Moorcroft, Wind River
10: Shoshoni, Sundance
5: Basin, St. Mary’s/Seton, Ten Sleep
4: Burlington, Byron, Hulett
3: Hanna, Normative Services
1: Bow-Basin, Cowley, Deaver-Frannie, Kaycee, North Big Horn, Snake River, Wyoming Indian