Cody Athletics Weekend Recap
Written by Cole Havens on September 14, 2020
The Cody Broncs behind 300 plus yards rushing and Keaton Stones play making on both sides of the ball were able to capture the win, on Senior night, against the Worland Warriors 42-6 to start off the year 2-0.
Keaton Stone would have back to back huge plays in the last two minutes of the 2nd quarter. First on defense forcing a fumble in the backfield following good pressure by the D-Line. Stone then had a 38 yard touchdown grab down the near side to extend Cody’s lead to 21-0 at half. Stone would again find pay dirt in the fourth quarter to extend Cody’s lead.
After the game Keaton talks about what was working offensively.
“Yeah, they were definitely keying our wide receivers and tight ends but they were just keying the ram so the pass plays were definitely wide open.”
The Warriors would start off the third quarterr finding the endzone thanks to a 26 yard touchdown pass from Rudy Sanford to Jory Anderson. Cody would end the game on a 21-0 run behind the defensive lines outstanding performance.
Keaton on what it’s like playing behind this line.
“Yeah it was great. They were getting off their blocks. They were getting deep and they just kept putting pressure on the quarterback. It’s great to have an experienced D-Line in front of us.”
The Cody Broncs have put up 40 plus points in each of their games to start the season and are 2-0.
Up Next: Cody is on the road for their final non-conference game of the season, traveling to Buffalo. That game kicks-off at 6pm and can be heard on KODI.
On Thursday the Filly Volleyball squad hosted Red Lodge and would come away with the 3 game sweep: 25-10, 25-20, 25-13.
The Fillies were back in action on Saturday as they made the trip down to Riverton for their first conference match of the season. The Fillies would make quick work of the Lady Wolverines picking up the 3-game sweep: 25-17, 25-14, 25-13.
Following the weekend victories the Fillies now sit at 7-1 on the season and up next they take on 4A foes Star Valley, Friday, and Jackson on Saturday.
Hunter Hall along with the Schutzman brothers were all top ten finishers and the Cody Bronc Golf team took home the 3A West Regional Tournament title Friday afternoon.
As a team the Broncs finished with a team total of 340. Star Valley was second with 350 followed by Lovell and Powell tying for third with a 376.
Hall led the way for the Broncs finishing in 2nd place individually with a score 75. Logan Schutzman finished 4th overall with a final score of 83 and Carter Schutzman was 6th shooting 86.
Top 5 Team Scores:
2. Star Valley-350
3. Powell- 376
5. Lander- 380
Top 10 Individual Scores:
1. Jaren Calkins-Lander-72
2. Hunter Hall-Cody-75
3. George Higgins-Powell-82
4. Logan Schutzman-Cody-83
4. Tanner Thomas-Star Valley-83
6. Carter Schutzman-Cody-86
6. Stockton Walker-Lyman-86
8. Karson Spaulding-Star Valley-87
9. Jacob Hodges-Star Valley-89
10. Zeke Newman-Lovell-91
10. PJ Horsely-Star Valley-91
Meanwhile, on the girls side Erika Cook led the way for the Lady Bulldogs and Lovell ran away with the Girls 3A West Championship on Friday.
Lovell finished first with a team total of 276 followed by Star Valley and Green River.
Erika Cook led the field with the low score of 77. Her teammate Adessa Lundberg would come in second with a score of 84.
Top 5 Team Scores:
2. Star Valley-300
3. Green River-305
1. Erika Cook-Lovell-77
2. Adessa Lundberg-Lovell-84
3. Isabell Salas-Green River-88
4. Taylor Erickson-Star Valley-94
5. Mackenzie Janish-Lander-101
6. Taylor Anderson- Star Valley-103
6. Taylee Stoker-Star Valley-103
8. Jackie Simmons-Star Valley-108
8. Daryn Macy-Green River-108
10. Kaylee Lundgren-Green River-109
Both Tennis teams would get the win vs. Natrona County 5-0 and both teams would fall to Kelly Walsh 1-4.
Cody Fillies vs Natrona – 5-0
#1 Singles – Raegen Staggs vs Kerissa Anderson
#2 Singles – Anna Brenner vs Breanna Flesvig
#1 Doubles – Soffy Anderson/Ash Staggs vs Sidney Hurlbut/Asia Limmer
#2 Doubles – Karina Schoessler/Sage Crofts vs Katelynn Campbell/Ileana Taulealea
#3 Doubles – Sarah Andre/Tashi Mathuin vs Rachel Schreckengost/Harlee Santistevan
Cody Broncs vs Natrona – 5-0
#1 Singles – Cody Champlin vs Max Radosevich
#2 Singles – CJ Dominick vs Bridger Myers
#1 Doubles – Solomon Stewart/Hayden DeMaranville vs Ryan Swan/Heny True
#2 Doubles – Tristan Dollard/Mitchell Schwab vs Kyler Syverson/Ethan Jones
#3 Doubles – Neil Markert/TJ Smith vs Luke Short/Kyler Parry
Cody Fillies vs Kelly Walsh – 1-4
#1 Singles – Raegen Staggs vs Finley Klinger
#2 Singles – Anna Brenner vs Lily Putnam
#1 Doubles – Soffy Anderson/Ash Staggs vs Gabby Blumberg/Avery Strand
3-6, 6-1, 4-4 injury default
#2 Doubles – Karina Schoessler/Sage Crofts vs Ava Allsop/Malan Wilson
#3 Doubles – Sarah Andre/Tashi Mathuin vs Taylor Nokes/Bailey Collins
1-6, 6-0, 6-3
Cody Broncs vs Kelly Walsh – 1-4
#1 Singles – Cody Champlin vs Austin Putnam
#2 Singles – CJ Dominick vs Jackson Catchpole
#1 Doubles – Solomon Stewart/Hayden DeMaranville vs Buck Harris/Drew Rasmussen
7-6, 2-6, 3-6
#2 Doubles – Tristan Dollard/Mitchell Schwab vs Alex Yakel/Parker Phillips
4-6, 6-3, 3-6
#3 Doubles – Neil Markert/TJ Smith vs Treydon Ward/Colton Atkinson
6-4, 2-6, 7-5
On a weekend where five Filly seniors were honored the Cody Fillies Swim team ran away with a 109 to 62 win over Douglas.
On Friday there were a total of eight State Qualifying swims and two new team records were set.
The 200-yard freestyle relay team of Brylee Allred, Megan Boysen, Ally Boysen and Tara Joyce set a new record time of 1:44. Tara didn’t stop there as she would go on to set another individual record in the 200-yard individual medley with a time of 2:18.
Then on Saturday Filly Swim was back in action taking part in the Dozah Invite in Powell.
As a team the Fillies would finish second overall behind the host team, Powell.
The Fillies won eight of the 12 events.
The Fillies Swim and Dive team is back in action Thursday September 17th at Powell.
And the Cody Cross Country teams were in action last Thursday with the Fillies finishing in 2nd place and the Broncs 4th.
Leading the way for the Fillies was Ava Stafford finishing 1st overall with a time of 20:43.
David Juergen’s led the way for the Broncs finishing 9th with a time of 17:44.