Nine performances from the 2020 season have been added to the individual records page.
Two top-10 passing performances were turned in this year from the Capital City. Cheyenne East’s Graedyn Buell threw for 3,065 yards, second-best all-time, while Cheyenne Central’s Andrew Cummins threw for 2,369 yards, 10th-best.
Jackson’s Brody Hasenack ran for 2,093 yards this year, a mark good for fifth all-time.
Cheyenne Central’s Andrew Johnson finished with 1,050 receiving yards, ninth-best all-time.
Finally, Torrington’s Cody Pierce finished with 256 defensive points, a mark tied for 10th-best all-time.
Four single-game performances also made the top 10. Hasenack had two — a 350-yard rushing performance against Riverton in the regular season, sixth-best on the list, and a 344-yard game against Riverton in the playoffs, which ranks ninth.
Mountain View’s Ashton Schofield had a 220-yard receiving game against Lyman, which ranks ninth on that list.
I also added two other games to the individual records page. Casey Bramlet’s 402-yard passing game from 1998, which I stumbled upon while doing some other research, was added. I also added Matt Hartford’s 243-yard receiving game from 2000 to the list. Thanks to Danny Shorb for letting me know about that game!
Also, thanks to the continuing research of “Stat Rat” Jim Craig, I added first names for the honorable mention all-state selections on the 1952 team. Thanks Jim for the help!
I also went a little crazy with the all-state teams from the 1920s and 1930s and added as many first names as I could find — which was probably close to 30. I’m still missing about the same amount, so if you can help provide those first names, let me know at email@example.com.
Thanks to a tip from Shane Stinson, I fixed the score between Douglas and Belle Fourche, S.D., from this season. It was 47-7, not 47-21. Thanks to Shane for the heads up!
I also noted that the Nov. 25, 1915, game between Cheyenne Central and the Colorado State JV was canceled.
All of these updates are reflected on all the relevant pages.