Kaycee High School’s varsity players waited under the announcer’s box and watched the final minutes of the middle school game on Friday afternoon in Kaycee. The boys changed their warm up song last minute while they were sizing up their Dubois opponents.
Kaycee High School senior Harley Davis pulls through a tackle to move downfield during the first quarter on Friday afternoon in Kaycee. Davis served as Kaycee’s main quarterback for the game but ran the ball a number of times as well.
Kaycee High School freshman Taylor Cleveland, right, helps senior Sam Ramsbottom tackle Dubois sophomore Jonah Oard make a tackle on Friday afternoon in Kaycee. Kaycee made the tackle to stop momentum and regained possession of the ball before Dubois could score on this drive.
Kaycee High School senior Sam Ramsbottom pushes through one defender on his way down the line on Friday afternoon in Kaycee. Kaycee finished the first quarter down 7-8, keeping the game close early on.
Kaycee High School freshman Grady Alger passes the ball off to senior Sam Ramsbottom during a second quarter play on Friday afternoon in Kaycee. The two handoff play changed direction and movement from one sideline to the other.
Kaycee High School head coach Dave Largent talks with his team about some adjustments to make during the second quarter on Friday afternoon in Kaycee. They worked on adjustments after each water break, taking the full amount of time every time to talk, adjust and catch their breath.
Kaycee High School hosted their first home football game of the season against Dubois on Friday, Sept. 3, 2021. Kaycee held strong for the first half but eventually fell behind to lose the game 68-7. Kaycee will host their next home game on Saturday, Sept. 11 against Meeteetse.