Cody’s Talich, Trotter Named to Casper Super 25 List
Written by Cole Havens on December 16, 2021
The Casper Star Tribune has just released its 31st annual Super 25 team, which honors the best high school football players in Wyoming, regardless of position or school classification.
Like a year ago, the Cody Broncs were well represented in this year’s Super 25 picks.
Historically, the Casper Star-Tribune lists the 1st team honorees first.
A congratulations goes out to Cody High School’s Luke Talich and Drew Trotter for being named to the Super 25 list.
Talich, a junior, took over at Quarterback for the Broncs this season, helping lead the team to a perfect 11-0 record (the first time in school history) and helped the Broncs win back-to-back state championships.
Talich ended the season throwing for 1,369 total yards while completing 93 of 276 passes, good for a 53% completion. Talich had 17 touchdowns on the season and just 3 interceptions.
Talich ran the ball 84 times for 443 total rushing yards (40.3 yards per game). He had 6 rushing touchdowns and a long of 61 yards.
Defensively, Talich roamed the field as a safety finishing with 4 tackles for a loss and one sack while averaging just over 11 defensive points per game.
Senior Drew Trotter was a leader for this team all year. He held up the tradition that is Bronc Football and ended his career as a two-time state champion. Trotter a receiver/running back for Cody ended the season as Cody’s leading receiver. He had 28 catches for 457 yards and 6 Touchdowns.
Rushing the football, Trotter had 85 carries for 616 total yards and 13 touchdowns.
Stay tuned to the Big Horn Radio Network later on for Second and Third Team Super 25 honorees.
This story will continue to be updated as more information becomes available.