A film of the 1954 Class A championship game between Worland and Torrington has been digitized and posted online — and it’s pretty sweet.

The video, posted by RT Communications at rtcom.tv, can be viewed on this page (although the direct link to the file may be necessary on some browsers/systems).

Worland won the game 32-7, but as the film shows, the game was close until the fourth quarter. Both teams ran variations of the single wing offense.

The video was apparently posted in September, but I just now got around to noticing it. RT Communications has numerous other historical Worland football games posted on its website, including the 2002 4A championship game against Star Valley.


One Thought on “Video of the 1954 Class A championship game

  1. Howard Cook on January 17, 2013 at 1:43 pm said:

    This is from Howrd Cook. To anyone who might view the ’54 Class A Championship game video: Clearly my performance was lackluster at best. I attempted to play with a severely sprained ankle (actually chipped per the doc). The ankle was heavily taped and medicated. I could not stride thru while attempting to pass and could run, rather slowly, straight ahead. That’s my excuse and I am sticking with it.

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