A lot of duals are going on this week, with weekend in-state invitationals scheduled to be held at Buffalo, Lyman and Greybull/Riverside.
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Conference play is sometimes a brand new ball game, and some teams learned that lesson the hard way last weekend.
The season has reached the halfway point.
The Wyoming Shrine Bowl Board of Directors and John Cundall, the Executive Director, of the Shrine Bowl of Wyoming, are pleased to announce that the player selection for the 43rd annual Wyoming Shrine Bowl Football game to be played June 11th, 2016 in Casper, at Natrona County High School has been completed.
The season is nearing the halfway point.
Teams are shifting into conference play, and you never when a game on the schedule could have an impact on seeding for the regional tournaments.
Most teams will compete at Gillette, while a few will compete at Weber State in Utah.
Teams will soon start their first run through their conference schedule, if they haven't already.
Most teams are finished with the non-conference portion of their schedules.
Now that tournaments and invitationals are pretty much over until late February, teams can focus on home and away games with the usual schedule of opponents.