Wes Ackerson was recognized by the school for his nearly three decades as an activity bus driver for Kaycee Schools before the start of the game on Friday. Before driving bus, Ackerson coached and worked in other positions in the school. Ackerson was provided a gold card that offers him permanent entry to any high school sporting events in the state.
Kaycee High School freshman Nickolas Devin looks over at teammate Coy Burnell during half time on Friday. Each team takes their break in opposite end zones during half time before warming up and returning back to the field.
Brian Faubert walks the sideline fence forward as he watches the Kaycee offense set up for another play on Friday. Faubert’s son Dylan is a senior on the team. Faubert is one of many different parents and community members on the team that walk up and down the sidelines to stay with the line of scrimmage.
Kaycee High School freshman Ruben Cleveland attempts to pull his way out of a tackle by Triston Lamorie on Friday. Cleveland was brought down by the tackle as one of the final plays of the game. Kaycee lost 47-13.
Kaycee's football team hosted the Farson-Eden Pronghorns on Friday afternoon. The Buckaroo's came into the game off of their Homecoming shutout, but were unable to find the same immediate footing. Farson-Eden took the lead in the first half and kept it through to the end of the game, winning 47-13.