The five state championship high school football games will be played on Friday and Saturday across the state of Wyoming.

This is the first time since 2008 that teams are hosting on their home field, instead of the title games being played at War Memorial Stadium on the University of Wyoming campus, which started in 2009. They are not there due to COVID restrictions.

Cheyenne, Cody, Farson, Torrington, and Yoder are the five sites over the two championship days.

This is the scoreboard that will be updated through the course of action.

These games are available through the WHSAA and NFHS Network, on a Pay-Per-View basis.

FRIDAY, NOV. 13

CLASS 1A-9 MAN:

Final Score: Southeast 47 (11-0) Lusk 28 (8-3) - 10th title in school history for the Cyclones and first since 2012.

SATURDAY, NOV. 14

CLASS 1A-6 MAN:

Final Score: Farson-Eden 42 (11-0) Meeteetse 30 (8-2) - 2nd title in school history for the Pronghorns and 2nd in the last 3 seasons.

CLASS 2A:

Final Score: Lyman 14 (11-1) Torrington 3 (8-3) - Eagles win their 5th state championship in school history and first since 2012

CLASS 3A:

Final Score: Cody 34 (10-1) Jackson 13 (9-3) - Cody wins their 6th title in school history and first since 2017.

CLASS 4A:

Final Score: Cheyenne East  29 (11-1) Thunder Basin 15 (9-3) - Thunderbirds win their 5th state championship in school history and first since 2013.

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