Wyoming Shrine Bowl Donation Helps Fund New Radiology Equipment at Children’s Hospital

  1. The 2016 Wyoming Shrine Bowl Game raised $33,000 for donation to the Shriners Hospitals for Children
  2. The money raised will be used to help fund new radiology equipment for the hospital that makes X-­‐rays safer for children by reducing radiation by up to 90 percent.
  3. Shriners Hospital is a specialized children’s orthopedic hospital that treats 5,000 patients and performs 1200 surgeries a year, regardless of a family’s ability to pay

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Schedule of Activities

Coaching Staff for the 46th Shrine Bowl

The Board of Directors and Frank Selby, the Executive Director, of the Shrine Bowl of Wyoming are
pleased to announce that the coaching staffs for the 46th annual Wyoming Shrine Bowl Football game to
be played June 8th, 2019 in Casper, at NCHS have been completed.
The head coaches for the respective North and South teams have picked these coaches to assist them
and they are very excited about the knowledge, integrity and experience each of these coaches will add to
the respective teams.
These staffs will now begin the task of selecting the 36 players for the game for each team. Those
participants will be announced at a later date after the selection process is completed.

North Coaching Staff

Name School  
Rob Hammond – HC Buffalo  
Matt Jensen – AC Meteetsee  
Kirk McLaughlin - AC Big Horn  
Aaron Papich - AC Powell  
Trent Pikula - AC Thunder Basin  
Ross Walker - AC Buffalo  

South Coaching Staff

Name School  
Aaron Makelky – HC Big Piney  
Jeff Makelky - AC Big Piney  
Dustin Gochenour - AC Cheyenne Central  
Mark Lenhardt - AC Torrington  
Ryan Nelson - AC Niobrara  
Matt Cornelius - AC Lingle/Ft. Laramie  

 

The annual Wyoming Shrine Bowl has raised more than $450,000 since the game began in 1974. The 2017 Shrine Bowl Game is scheduled for June 10.

For more information, contact Dawn Wright, Public Relations Manager, at dewright@shrinenet.org or visit The Shriners Hospitals for Children website.

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How the Shrine Bowl Games Began

In 1973 two Wyoming High School football coaches, Jerry Overton of Kelly Walsh High School, and Denny Brown of Byron High School started organizing an all star football game with the teams rosters being made up from Wyoming high school players who were gaduates of the current year.

Of the many obstacles they had to face to have this game come to fruition the most significant one was obtaining sponsorship for this game. They approached the Officers of the two Shrine Temples in Wyoming, Kalif in Sheridan and Korein in Rawlins. The Officers of the two Temples agreed to sponsor the annual game and thus the Shrine Bowl of Wyoming Inc., a non profit corporation was formed with the first annual game played in 1974.

The annual game is played the first week of June with a full weeks activities for the participants. The highlight of the week is the trip that the participants make to the Shriners Hospitals for Children - Salt Lake to visit the patients and physically see what the Shrine Organization does. For a video of the Salt Lake City Hospital visit for the 2012 game click here.

The weeks activities are at no cost to the participants and the profits of the game are sent to the Shriners Hospital to benefit the children who are not as fortunate as our participants.