Worland Versus Buffalo Preview
Written by Chance Bond on October 8, 2021
The Warriors go back on the road after two straight home games.
Worland has won three straight games 49-35 over Green River, 24-17 over Lander, and 49-7 over Rawlins
Last season was a home win over Buffalo 27-23. It was Kade Weber’s first time in a Varsity game. Playing the second half for an injured Rudy Sanford.
The Warriors average 115.2 yards per game running with 11 touchdowns and 212.2 yards per game passing with 12 touchdowns.
Worland is the 2nd ranked passing team in Wyoming 3A football and the 3rd ranked overall offense averaging 327.4 yards per game.
Buffalo averages 160.6 yards per game on the ground with 12 touchdowns. They have 162.6 yards per game through the air with 10 touchdowns.
The Bison average 323.2 total yards per game with 22 touchdowns on the season making them Wyoming 3As 4th ranked offense.
Buffalo is 4-1 this season with their one lose to Cody 49-14. Worland lost to Cody in the second week of the season 35-21.
Buffalo has wins versus New Castle, Green River, Rawlins, and Riverton.
The Bison’s wins come from four teams with a combined record of 2-18.
Buffalo is lead by Senior QB number 10 Jackson Moon. Moon is 55/83 passing with 813 yards, 10 touchdowns and 4 interceptions.
Leading the Bison in rushing is Senior RB number 28 Ben Camino he has 100 rushes with 541 yards and 8 touchdowns.
The top pass catcher for Buffalo is number 5 Junior Blake Bell with 26 catches for 492 yards and 8 touchdowns. Bell is Wyoming 3A’s 3rd leading receiver.
The Warriors Junior QB Kade Weber averages 208.4 yards per game passing.
Weber is 79/111 attempts with a 71.2% completion percentage 1042 yards 12 touchdowns and just 2 interceptions. Kade has the highest QB efficacy in the State of Wyoming 3A football with a 182.1.
Kade also leads the Warriors in rushing with 227 yards on 51 attempts and 8 touchdowns. Wearing number 34 Aaron Carver has 217 yards rushing on 39 attempts with a touchdown.
All-State Wide Receiver Brock Douzenis has 31 catches for 412 yards and 3 touchdowns with Wyoming 3A’s longest touchdown reception of 89 yards.
Senior Captain Jorey Anderson has 20 receptions for 314 yards and 4 touchdowns. Junior Wide Receiver Carter Clark has 16 catches for 165 yards and 3 touchdowns and Senior Liam Harper has 7 catches for 114 yards and a touchdown.
Defensively Senior Linebacker Aaron Carver is second in the State of Wyoming 3A football in tackles with 58 averaging a State #A high 11.6 tackles per game.
Senior Defensive End Ty Harris has 28 tackles and is second in the State of Wyoming 3A in sacks with 6.
All-Conference Safety Jorey Anderson has 21 tackles 2 interceptions and leads the State of Wyoming 3A football with 6 pass blocks.
Buffalo has the second leading points per game defensive player in Wyoming 3A football. Number 16 Eli Patterson averages 18.8 defensive points per game. he has 54 tackles, 1 sack and 2 interceptions.
Safety number 5 Black Bell has 37 tackles 2 interceptions 1 of those was a pick six touchdown return.
Buffalo has the number 5 rush defense, the number 5 pass defense and is the number 4 overall ranked defense in all of Wyoming 3A football giving up an average of 241.1 yards per game.
The Bison have given up a total of 1207 yards and 11 touchdowns. Buffalo has 11 takeaways this season.
Worland is the number 7 ranked rush defense, number 8 pass defense and is ranked number 9 overall in Wyoming 3A football.
The Warriors are giving up an average of 314 yards per game and a total of 1579 total yards with 16 touchdowns. The Warriors have 5 takeaways all season.
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