Wyoming’s all-state and all-conference football teams are out for 2020.
All-state football teams were released Sunday, while all-conference teams came out Sunday and Monday.
All-state team listings are here. Let me know if anything is misspelled, and I’ll get it fixed ASAP.
All-conference team listings are here via Wyopreps.
Some quick notes on the all-state teams:
Lusk’s Drake Lamp was named to his fourth all-state team. By my records, he is only the third Wyoming player in a century of all-state choices to be a four-time first-team choice, joining Meeteetse’s Ty Barrus from 1987-90 and Kaycee’s James Caro from 2009-12.
Three players were named to their third first-team all-state: Big Horn’s Carson Bates, Buffalo’s Hyrum Hatch and Thermopolis’ Logan Cole.
A total of 47 others were two-time selections: Big Horn’s Winfield Loomis and Josh Thompson; Big Piney’s Kaden Raza; Cheyenne Central’s Andrew Johnson, Jimmy Koenig and Carter Lobatos; Cheyenne East’s Trey Bower, Graedyn Buell, Dakota Heckman, Jackson Hesford and Julian Vigil; Cody’s Keaton Stone and Nic Talich; Cokeville’s Nate Barnes, Ethan Bird and Tyler Moyes; Farson’s Parker Clawson; Jackson’s Colter Dawson and Sadler Smith; Lander’s Jack Sweeney; Lingle’s Cooper Hill; Lusk’s Dylan Molzahn; Lyman’s Hansen Bradshaw and Preston Brewer; Mountain View’s Hunter Meeks and Ashton Schofield; Newcastle’s Kale Corley; Pinedale’s Colby White; Riverton’s Lucas Engle; Rocky Mountain’s Tyler Banks and Trace Moss; Saratoga’s Noah Rimmer; Sheridan’s Quinton Mangus and Carter McComb; Shoshoni’s Tryston Truempler; Snake River’s Zander Risner; Southeast’s Ryan Clapper and Harrison Hall; Star Valley’s Lucas Chappell, Brant Nelson and Gabe Nield; Thunder Basin’s Nate Jones and Jaxon Pikula; Upton-Sundance’s Brayden Bruce, Jess Claycomb and Wyatt Gillespie; and Wheatland’s Jake Hicks. Of those players, nine — McComb, Dawson, Smith, Engle, Chappell, Thompson, Hicks, Molzahn and Clapper — are juniors.