Wednesday is a day for high school seniors to solidify their college athletic plans.
Coaches have made their selection of players to represent the North and South for the 2014 Wyoming Shrine Bowl Football game.
Future state championship events, gender identity, forfeits and the 3A conference were the main topics at the Winter 2014 Wyoming High School Activities Association Board of Directors meeting.
The best high school six-man players from Wyoming and Nebraska will gather this summer, to renew their rivalry.
Stay true to your roots...even if you are on the other side of the country.
Both coaches for the 2014 Wyoming Shrine Bowl football games, have filled their coaching staff for the June game, and now it's time to start deciding on players.
As the calendar flips itself over to 2014, here's a look back at what happened in Wyoming High School Sports in 2013.
Coaches for the North and the South have been named for next year's game.
Tevis Bartlett of Cheyenne East High School as its 2013-14 Gatorade Wyoming Football Player of the Year.
The Wyoming Coaches Association would like to recognize the following coaches for being awarded WCA Coach of the Year by a vote of their peers.