I’ve made the following updates to the site:

Added Cokeville’s 44-0 victory against Kemmerer on Aug. 26, 2016. Officials at both schools verified that this was a full-on game played with normal timing and gameplay rules, contrary to my previous understanding. This extends Kemmerer’s losing streak entering this season to 37 games and its home losing streak to 18 games.

I have also added a few updates to the 2017 schedule, mostly to note some schedule changes to Zero Week.

All the updates have been made on all the relevant pages.


2 Thoughts on “Updates: Kemmerer, Cokeville, Zero Week

  1. Cowboy on August 12, 2017 at 12:58 pm said:

    Curious on why it counts against the streak? WHSAA calls it an exhibition game, and there’s never any stats from zero week games outside of 4A.

  2. Patrick on August 12, 2017 at 4:09 pm said:

    I’ve mentioned this multiple times on this blog — about what Zero Week games count here and what don’t.

    To be clear, here are the rules I use to determine whether a Zero Week contest is a game or is something else:

    1. Was the game played with four 12-minute quarters with normal timing rules?
    2. Were officials used? And were normal rules of play instituted for the game?
    3. Was score kept?

    If these three criteria are met, I call it a game and record it as such on this site. How the WHSAA counts it is irrelevant to how I record results on this site. The WHSAA doesn’t provide any official record-keeping beyond what it needs to provide for culminating events.


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