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It would be impossible to tell by the final score, but just two plays across four quarters of football on Saturday might have been the difference between a state championship for the Jackson Broncs and the second-place plaque the Broncs ended up bringing back from Cody.

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With high school state champions for each sport around Wyoming now crowned, fall sports have officially come to a close in this COVID-19 tainted year.

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From the Jackson Hole swimming and diving team’s vantage point, the weekend’s 4A state championship meet in Laramie could not have gone much better.

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Any concerns over Jackson’s ability to bounce back were thwarted by the second half Friday night, as the Broncs bounced Riverton from the 3A Wyoming football playoffs with a 61-38 quarterfinal victory at William T. McIntosh Stadium.

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Despite stretches of success, the Jackson Hole volleyball team’s season came to an end Thursday at the quadrant tournament.

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Any concerns over Jackson’s ability to bounce back were thwarted by the second half Friday night, as the Broncs bounced Riverton from the 3A Wyoming football playoffs with a 61-38 quarterfinal victory at William T. McIntosh Stadium.

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After rolling into the final week of the regular season without an in-state loss, it’s a sure bet the Jackson Hole Broncs were slipping into visions of playing for a state championship in November on their home turf at William T. McIntosh Stadium.

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The Broncs volleyball team put a close on the regular season last week, dropping their road match to Pinedale on Thursday before falling to quadrant foe Evanston at home on Saturday.

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After missing out a year ago, Jackson Hole High School brought the state championship cross-country trophy home again. Actually, make that two state championship trophies.

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After Powell tied the game at 14, the Jackson Broncs took over with just under eight minutes left in the game, 74 yards to come between them and the go-ahead score Friday night on the road.

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The Broncs girls cross-country team really has just one issue this year. It’s not experience, with a strong contingent at the front of returning veterans from a third-place finish at state last year. It’s not depth, as the Broncs have more than the needed five fast runners to create a team score.