Little Snake River has plowed through the 1A 6-Man field this season but had their hands full over the weekend in their semi-final round playoff game with Dubois. Little Snake River prevailed 47-22  as the Rattlers will be looking for the 3rd consecutive state title. Their last loss was in the 2020 playoffs.

LSR has a dynamic running back in Bridger Cozzens who cut through the Dubois defense for 291 yards on 29 carries with 3 touchdowns. Quarterback Mason Jones threw a trio of TD passes,  2 of them to Jandro Kunsman and the other going to Tanner Duncan. Seth Maxon had a 77-yard run for a score as the Rattlers scored the last 27 points of the contest. Cozzens by the way was a stud on defense with 14 tackles with Isaiah Skalberg in on 11 tackles.

Dubois was led by running back Wyatt Trembly who had 149 yards on the ground with 2 touchdowns. He also threw 4 passes and completed them all. Trembly was present for 19 tackles and Siler Hess had 17. It also marked the end of an era for Dubois football as Coach David Trembly will be hanging up the whistle. He has been the head coach of the Rams since 1998 with a state championship in 2012. Trembly has been a gift to Wyoming High School football and this is the 3rd year in a row that the Rams have qualified for the 6-Man semi-finals. They finish the year 6-4.

Little Snake River is 9-0 and has a rematch with Burlington for the state title on Saturday morning at 10 a.m. at War Memorial Stadium in Laramie. We have a great collection of photos from the LSR-Dubois game, compliments of Adria Trembly and Karen Peroulis. Take a peek at those images in our gallery below

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Little Snake River-Dubois Football Playoffs

Little Snake River-Dubois Football Playoffs

Gallery Credit: Karen Peroulis, Adria Trembly,

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Photo Courtesy: Adria Trembly



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