WATCH: Friday Night Frenzy (Week 4, 2023)

Published: Sep. 23, 2023 at 12:29 AM CDT
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - It was a wild night of football with five games of highlights brought to you by Wyoming News Now Sports.

Natrona County made the trip South to take on the Bison of South High School. Natrona looking to stay in the run for that third seed in 4A and they make a statement after their tough loss to East in week 2. They did, winning 49-9. Trig Berens had himself a night through the air connecting with Beau Russel, Dallin Bertagnole, and Dawson Clark for touchdown, just to name a few. All nine of South’s points came from Keelan Anderson field goals, two of which came from 41 and 42 yards out. The third however, made history. Anderson broke the Wyoming State record with a 61-yard field goal.

Laramie High School Made the trip down I-80 to visit the Central Indians. At halftime Central was hanging on to a 7-0 lead. Coming out of the half though the Indians looked like a different team. Scoring on their first drive out of the half, a Will Pauley 12-yard run. The special teams woke up too with a blocked punt. Central wins 16-0.

The Kelly Walsh Trojans hosted the newly ranked Campbell County Camels looking to get a big upset on Friday night. The Camels started strong as Trenton Rosenau bulldozered his way through multiple Trojan defenders for the game’s first touchdown. On the Trojans first drive, they found themselves in the endzone and opted for a two-point conversion which was successful putting the Trojans up 8-7 in the first quarter. The Camels then came up with an interception, setting themselves up for another touchdown, and they never looked back as the Campbell County Camels (4-1) beat the Kelly Walsh Trojans (1-3) 56 – 16. The Camels will be hosting Thunder Basin next Friday, and the Trojans will host Laramie.

Pine Bluffs came out of with a win after a near upset scare last week, and they wanted to make a statement with Moorcroft coming to town. The Hornets got things going early with a pitch pass on the second play that set up Ryan Mohren for the first score of the game, and they only started to snowball. Justin Lerwick extended the play to throw a dime down field on a 3rd and 30 to Shawn Shmidl for another one. They went back to that connection on a fourth down on their next possession to set up Cameron Jessen to extend the lead further. In the end, the Hornets made a statement win over Moorcroft with the 46-0 win.

East High continued their reign of terror with a dominant win over Rock Springs. Cam Hayes was dominant through the air and his receivers were making plays as well. The whole offense was clicking on all cylinders they scored four touchdown on their first 10 plays from scrimmage. Thunderbirds roll 68-7.