Coaching Staffs Have Been Chosen for the 2021 Wyoming Shrine Bowl
The two coaching staffs for the 48th annual Wyoming Shrine Bowl All-Star Football game have been completed for this summer’s game.
Wyoming Shrine Bowl Executive Director Frank Selby released the information on Tuesday.
North Team head coach Matt McFadden, from Cody, chose Thunder Basin’s Trent Pikula, Cody’s Jim Talich, Kirk McLaughlin from Big Horn, Wright’s Larry Yeradi, and Zeb Hagen from Meeteetse to join his staff.
South Team head coach Brent Walk, from Mountain View, picked Paul Garcia from Cheyenne East, Wes Gamble of Douglas, Mountain View’s Michael Collins, Saratoga’s Logan Wright, and Jack Cobb from Little Snake River to be part of his coaching staff.
The next step for the two coaching staffs is to review player nominations submitted by high school coaches around Wyoming. The team rosters will be announced in the coming weeks, once both squads have been finalized.
The Wyoming Shrine Bowl is for graduated seniors only. This year’s all-star football game is planned for Saturday, June 12, 2021, at Cheney Alumni Field located at Natrona County High School in Casper.