With a good nucleus returning, the Southeast Cyclones look to be in the mix of the 9-man division in 2023.

Yoder, WY, was our seventh stop on the preseason football tour last Friday morning. WyoPreps had a chance to get a look at the 1A-9 Man Cyclones in person.

The WyoPreps Preseason Football Tour is back for another year. It allows us to visit with players and coaches from various programs ahead of the new season.

This year’s tour kept us closer to home, as we roamed through the southeast portion of the state.

Senior Matthew Chapman and junior Ayden Desmond told WyoPreps they feel it should be a good year, and they want to improve on how they fared a year ago. We discussed the focus early in practice, replacing a couple of valuable starters from last season, some key areas for Southeast to be successful, and more.

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Cyclones head coach Mark Bullington has been coaching for over 40 years. This will be his 25th season at the helm of the Southeast program. We asked, what keeps bringing you back? Plus, we chatted about how practices have gone well so far, how they can build on last year, be part of the mix in 9-man, and more.

The Cyclones finished 2022 with a 6-3 overall record and a 6-1 mark in league play. They fell at home in the first round of the 1A-9 Man playoffs to Wind River, 46-38.

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