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Cody Football well Represented on Casper Star-Tribune’s Super 25 2nd and 3rd Team Lists

Written by on December 20, 2021

The Post-season accolades continue to roll in for Cody Football. After it was announced that Luke Talich and Drew Trotter had received 1st team honors for the Casper Star-Tribune Super 25, five more Cody athletes have been named to either the 2nd or 3rd team.

The Super 25 honors the best high school football players in Wyoming, regardless of position or classification.

Cody Football had three players named to the 2nd team and they are Chaz Cowie, Daniel Gorman and Jonny Williams.

Cowie led the Broncs in rushing yards per game this season averaging 68.5 per contest. He finished the season with 754 total rushing yards to help boost the No. 1 rush offense in Class 3A, had nine touchdowns and a long of 72.

As a receiver, Cowie finished the season with 15 catcheds for 275 yards and three touchdowns.

Gorman was a force on both the O & D-lines for the Broncs. Defensively, Gorman finished seonc on the team in defensive points, averageing 13 a game. He had 75 tackles on the season, 13 for a loss and 10 sacks. He also had one blocked kick.

And Jonny Williams is a leader in every sense of the word. Played multiple postilions on the O-line and finished the season with 32 defensive points. While his numbers weren’t gaudy, they also don’t show how great he really was. This kid took on double teams all year and still managed two tackles for a loss and two sacks. He had 20 total tackles.

In addition, two players were named to the third team, Jackson Schroeder and Jace Grant.

Schroeder is a bruiser of a full back. He finished the year with 633 rushing yards, 57.5 per game, had nine touchdowns on 97 carries with a long of 64. He also had 2 receptions for 59 yards and a TD.

Defensively, Schroeder was third on the team in points with 136, 12.4ppg. He had 77 total tackles, 11 for a loss, three sacks and one fumble recovery.

Grant, was another anchor on both the lines and was sixth in defensive points, for the team, at 106. He had 55 total tackles, 11 for a loss, five sacks and one fumble recovery.

I’ll have more on this, including a look at area athletes who were named to the Super 25. Stay tuned!


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