FOR SHRINE BOWL COACHES
The Board of Directors for the Shrine Bowl Of Wyoming has divided the state into North and South teams that is made up of the following schools.
North Team: Big Horn, Buffalo, Burlington, Campbell County, Cody, Dubois, Greybull,
Hot Springs County, Hulett, Jackson Hole, Kelly Walsh, Lander Valley, Lovell, Meeteetee, Midwest, Moorcroft, Natrona County, Newcastle, Powell, Riverside, Riverton, Rocky Mountain, Sheridan, Shoshoni, Sundance, Ten Sleep, Tongue River, Upton, Wind River, Worland, Wright, Wyoming Indian, Normative Services, Kaycee.
South Team: Big Piney, Burns, Cheyenne Central, Cokeville, Douglas, Cheyenne East, Evanston, Glenrock, Green River, Gurnsey-Sunrise, Hanna-Elk Mountain, Kemmerer, Laramie,
Lingle-Ft. Laramie, Lyman, Mountain View, Niobrara County, Pine Bluffs, Pinedale, Rawlins, Rock Springs, Saratoga, Southeast, Star Valley, Torrington, Wheatland, Farson/Eden, Little Snake River.
At the end of the football season the head coach from each school is sent a form to nominate any head coach from a team from his half of the state who he feels should be the head coach for the next years Shrine Bowl All Star Team. The game will be played in June of the following year.
Any head coach that receives two (2) or more nominations is then placed on an official ballot for his half of the state. The ballot is then sent to each head coach for his half of the state and he may vote for one (1) of the nominees. The ballots are then returned, verified, and the head coach elected.
The head coach then must pick five (5) assistants for his staff. He may choose one (1) from his own staff at the school where he coaches. The other four (4) must be a head coach from a team in his half of the state and he must choose a head coach from one (1) of the other four classes different from his own. If there isn't a head coach from any classification that will accept the invitation to be the assistant coach for that classification on the Shrine Bowl staff the head coach may then select an assistant coach from any team in that classification to fill the position of assistant coach.There must be one (1) coach from the five (5) classes (1A-6-Man -1A-2A-3A-4A) recognized by the Wyoming High School Activities Association on the staff.