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Kaycee football suffers narrow loss in 1A state semifinal

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Kaycee High School football hosted a 1A state semifinal game against Meeteetse on Saturday, Nov. 10, 2020. Kaycee fell behind early and while they stayed close on the heels of Meeteetse, they were unable to ever recover on the scoreboard, ultimately losing 46-38.

Harley Davis, left, stands in line with the rest of the team for the playing of the National Anthem

Kaycee High School junior Harley Davis, left, stands in line with the rest of the team for the playing of the National Anthem on Saturday.

Rhys Stafford finishes a tackle during the first half

Kaycee High School senior Rhys Stafford finishes a tackle during the first half on Saturday.

Kaycee huddles together after a Buckaroos touchdown

Kaycee huddles together after a Buckaroos touchdown on Saturday.

Dylan Fauber looks for a way to move through the defense

Kaycee High School senior Dylan Fauber looks for a way to move through the defense before being tackled near the Kaycee sideline on Saturday.

Nathan Largent tries to pull away from two defenders

Kaycee High School senior Nathan Largent tries to pull away from two defenders but ultimately was dragged down on Saturday.

Dylan Fauber, left, and Rhys Stafford, back, push Meeteetse ball carrier Hadley Abarr out of bounds

Kaycee High School senior Dylan Fauber, left, and Rhys Stafford, back, push Meeteetse ball carrier Hadley Abarr out of bounds on Saturday.

David Largent talks with freshman Ruben Cleveland

Kaycee High School head coach David Largent talks with freshman Ruben Cleveland after a play on Saturday.

Rhys Stafford asks his two older brothers Reed, left, and Rio for advice

Kaycee High School senior Rhys Stafford asks his two older brothers Reed, left, and Rio for advice on Saturday. Both Reed and Rio played for Kaycee when they were in school.

Addi Hill rings her cowbells before beginning a full kick to the Cotton Eyed Joe

Kaycee High School sophomore Addi Hill rings her cowbells before beginning a full kick to the Cotton Eyed Joe on Saturday. Hill was part of the student section that brought cheers and energy to the stands.

Dave Bennett pushes away from Kaycee defender Rhys Stafford

Meeteetse ball carrier Dave Bennett pushes away from Kaycee defender Rhys Stafford during the second half on Saturday.

Harley Davis dodges two defenders to continue his run down the sideline

Kaycee High School junior Harley Davis dodges two defenders to continue his run down the sideline on Saturday. Davis played quarterback this game and season.

Kaycee High School senior Rhys Stafford kicks for the extra points

Kaycee High School senior Rhys Stafford kicks for the extra points on Saturday. In six man football, a kick earns two points and running it in scores one since running is easier.

Kaycee’s student section and fans leap to their feet in celebration

Kaycee’s student section and fans leap to their feet in celebration of a breakaway touchdown run on Saturday. Kaycee came back quick in the third quarter to score and narrow the Meeteetse lead.

David Largent talks with his team after the end of the game

Kaycee High School head coach David Largent talks with his team after the end of the game on Saturday. He congratulated them on a game well played and hard fought and encouraged them to walk off the field with their heads held high.

Photojournalist

Jessi Dodge joined the Bulletin as a photojournalist and a Report for America corp member in 2020. If you have ideas or comments, reach out at jessi@buffalobulletin.com.

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