Jackson was the 3A runner-up last season with a loss to Cody in the championship game and the Broncs want to get back to that title game in 2021. They certainly have the quality personnel to do just that with a couple of all-star players in Sadler Smith and Brody Hasenack. Jackson played three Idaho schools in their non-conference season, beating Teton and Bear Lake and losing to Pocatello back on Thursday. It's not very often that a high school team plays in a college stadium as this game was held at the Holt Arena on the campus of Idaho State University.

Pocatello came into the game 2-0 and they looked sharp on offense with a touchdown in the 1st quarter, 2 more TD's in the 2nd quarter, an 18 point outburst in the 3rd quarter, and another score in the 4th. Jackson received a 27-yard touchdown reception from Colter Dawson, a 36 yard TD catch from Nate Kiepert, via Sadler Smith and a 20 yard run to the end zone from Brody Hasenack. Pocatello wins this one 46-20 dropping Jackson to 2-1 on the season. The Broncs will be at Riverton this week.

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Jackson Vs. Pocatello Football 9-10-21

Jackson Vs. Pocatello Football

How Many Medals Have Wyoming-Born Athletes Won at the Olympics?

Wyoming isn't represented on Team USA for the 2020 (in 2021) Olympics in Tokyo. But, athletes born in Wyoming have competed for the gold a handful of times over the last century.

According to the folks at BeenVerified.com, seven Wyoming-born Olympians have competed on the world's largest stage.

Since the 1932 LA games, these competitors earned four Olympic medals; one gold, two silver, and a bronze. Wrestling, Track and Field, and Rowing are the evens where Wyoming-natives have shined.



- How Many Medals Have Wyoming-Born Athletes Won at the Olympics?