CASPER, Wyo. — Since 1991 the Casper Star-Tribune has selected the top 25 prep football players in the state, the Super 25 team. Usually, there is a Super 25 banquet held the Friday after state championships, but due to COVID-19, the banquet was canceled. With input from coaches and other media, the Star-Tribune still selected the Super 25 team this year.
Two Jackson Hole High School players were selected; junior tight end and linebacker Colter Dawson, and junior tailback Brody Hasenack. The Jackson Hole Broncs finished 9-3 this season. The team ended the season ranked #2, losing to Cody in the 3A state championship game, 34-14. That was the first state championship for the Broncs since 2007.
The Broncs 2021 season is looking promising. Dawson and Hasenack, along with their class of 2022 teammates, will have another opportunity next season to clinch the state title.
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