2013 Football Schedules Released
Kevin Koile – wyopreps.com
The 2012 high school football season is almost complete, and the 2013 schedules are already out.
Exact dates and start time have not yet been announced, but we know which team is play which, where, and in what order.
To find a specific football schedule, mouse over ‘teams’ at the top of this page, and then find your team, based on geographical location.
Here are some notes from our observations:
4A: Same 10 teams, with a 9 game schedule, but the order has been changed up and some rivalries got reversed, meaning if team A traveled to team B in 2012, that team might visit again in 2013, for the second year in a row. A few examples…Gillette goes to Natrona, and East again…East returns to Sheridan, while the Broncs revisit Central. South goes to East again, but at least this time, unlike past years, the Bison get one Cheyenne rival home and visit the other. Evanston visits Rock Springs again, while RS will make another trip to Natrona, and the Oil Bowl will be at KW for the second year in a row.
3A: With a couple of exceptions…teams just need to remember the 2012 schedule. Same teams, same order, other place. The only changes are in week 1 for Rawlins and Torrington. The Outlaws will play at Kemmerer, while the TrailBlazers are home vs. Glenrock.
2A East: As far as conference games go, the only change to the schedule is that the last conference game of 2012, is now the first conference game of 2013…and then the remaining conference games are in the same order, at the other place…just moved down 1 week on the schedule. For example…Newcastle-Big Horn was in week 8 of 2012, and it will be the first conference game (week 2) in 2013.
2A West: The conference schedule is the same as 2012…same teams, same order, other place. Most teams have changed up their week 1 opponents.
1A: Now that Wyoming Indian, Saratoga, and Normative Services have downgraded to 6-man, there are only 11 teams left in 1A…6 in the west and 5 in the east. The 2013 season, will have 2 east-west crossovers. One in week 2, the other in week 4, but with an odd numbers of teams, Wind River will not participate in week 2, and Rocky Mountain will not participate in week 4. Southeast returns to Cokeville in week 2, while the Panthers will go to Lingle in week 4. Every east team except Pine Bluffs have an off week in their schedule. PB managed to pick up 2 sophomore teams from bigger schools. The Lusk-Southeast rivalry has been moved from week 3 to week 7.
6-Man: Joining the league is Wyoming Indian, Saratoga, Normative Services, and St. Stehens. Instead the north-south format that has been used the past 2 seasons, 6-man will go to an east-west format. The east consists of Normative Services, Hulett, Kaycee, Midwest, Guernsey, H.E.M. and Saratoga. The west is Little Snake River, Farson-Eden, Wyoming Indian, St. Stephens, Dubois, Meeteetse and Ten Sleep.