For the first time, you can get your hands on a Wyoming high school football preview magazine that fully covers every team in the state. coupled with this summer to produce the Wyoming Sports Preview Guide. The magazine has full preview stories, schedules and key players for every team in the state, from Class 4A to six-man. It is the most complete preview you will find anywhere.

In addition to print distribution across the state (it’s free!), the magazine is also available online.

I would like to thank all the coaches statewide in Class 3A, Class 2A and Class 1A who I contacted over the summer for their help. Of the 52 coaches I contacted, 51 got back to me. (The Class 4A stories were done by others, so I can’t speak to that, but having seen the finished product, Class 4A fans have plenty to be excited about, too.)

As the first run at such a project in Wyoming, we did hit a couple snags, but I am ultimately pleased with the final product. If you see a stack in your town, pick up a copy of the Wyoming Sports Preview Guide, or check it out online right now. With your support, this magazine can become an annual project.


4 Thoughts on “ teams up for high school football preview magazine

  1. riverton on August 24, 2012 at 10:38 am said:

    I really enjoyed the online version and will look for a print copy. A lot of us don’t have a way to follow the classes other than the one our town plays in and it’s nice to see what the other classes have. Thanks!

  2. Dahl Erickson on August 24, 2012 at 11:50 pm said:

    Nice work Patrick! I’ve produced a lot of preview magazines for the 3A Class before, always distributed locally, this is great stuff. Thanks for the hard work!

  3. coach burkart on August 27, 2012 at 10:46 am said:

    I would like to get a print copy. Is there a list of outlets where it is being sent??

  4. Patrick on August 27, 2012 at 2:53 pm said:

    Hi coach,

    Print copies are being distributed to the advertisers of the magazines this week (hopefully this week, if not, then next week). My best suggestion is to check out the advertisers listed in or around your area; they’re the most likely ones to have print copies.


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