By Robert Gagliardi

Braves bull over Trailblazers for 3A state title


November 13, 2018

COURTESY/ Jacob Byk/ Wyoming Tribune Eagle

Star Valley's Wyatt Moore evades a tackle from Torrington during the 3A matchup of the Wyoming State Football Championships at War Memorial Stadium on Friday in Laramie.

LARAMIE – Star Valley is known as a physical team that runs the football between the tackles and along the edges.

The Braves flexed their muscles in both areas as they gained 272 rushing yards, and scored four of their five touchdowns on the ground during a 35-14 victory over Torrington to claim the Wyoming Class 3A championship Friday afternoon at War Memorial Stadium.

"We've had a bunch of guys in the past that were big, bruiser guys, and this year we had guys step up to be that guy and hit somebody," said senior running back Wyatt Moore, who had nine carries for 64 yards and missed a g...

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