Quade Jordan and Koye Gilbert combined for seven touchdowns to lead No. 2 Encampment to a 61-26 victory over No. 5 Dubois last Saturday.

Jordan ran for 298 yards and four TDs. Gilbert added four catches for 68 yards and 3 TDs.

Encampment (5-1, 3-1) wrapped up the No. 2 seed from the West Conference for the upcoming playoffs. The Tigers ran for 391 yards in the victory. Encampment held the Rams to 203 yards of offense.

The two teams traded two scores early in the game. It was 13-13 with 2:01 left in the first quarter. Jordan ripped off a 65-yard TD run and put the Tigers ahead for good, at 19-13. Two more TD runs by Jordan in the second quarter led Encampment to a 32-13 lead at halftime.

In the third, the Tigers added a 25-yard touchdown pass to Michael Anderson and a 73-yard run by Jordan. That made it 47-13.

Dubois scored on the first play of the fourth quarter. Kaleb Gleim had a seven-yard touchdown run.

Gilbert caught two more TD passes as Encampment extended to a 61-19 lead.

Max Claar’s one-yard TD run capped the score, as the Rams lost to the Tigers, 61-26.

Defensively, Gilbert had nine tackles, a pass breakup, an interception, and a blocked kick. Jordan added six tackles and two sacks. Caysen Barkhurst had an interception, and Brayden Barkhurst added a fumble recovery.

WyoPreps caught up with Jordan, Gilbert, and head coach Kegan Willford after their big day in the victory for Encampment.

Dubois (4-3, 2-3) got 147 passing yards from Ryan Wells with one TD and two interceptions. The Rams were limited to 56 yards rushing.

WyoPreps talked with the four, team captains, Claar, Wyatt Trembly, Wells, and Clayton Rux, plus head coach David Trembly after the game.

Encampment finishes their season at Burlington on Friday at 2 p.m. Dubois will play Hulett in Ten Sleep on Saturday at 2 p.m.

Cheapest Places to Live in Wyoming

Do you like money? Do you like not like spending it? Well then my friend, I have an internet list for you. Or friends at Homesnacks crunched a bunch of numbers to find the cheapest places in Wyoming to live.

The Homesnacks folks looked at US Census data and the cost of living for the area. "We were especially interested in home and rental prices in places with more than 1,000 residents," they say.

If you like small town living in the natural beauty of the wilds of Wyoming, you'll find plenty of ideas on this list.

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