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2013 Oil Bowl Moved To Saturday October 5th

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From the Natrona County School District’s Facebook Page, and verified with a phone call to the Natrona County School District’s Athletic Department:

Oil Bowl Game Moved to Saturday, Oct. 5

Friday night’s Oil Bowl football game has been rescheduled for Saturday, October 5 at 1:00 p.m.

The high school administration teams for Kelly Walsh High School and Natrona County High School have agreed to move the game in consideration of a weather forecast that is calling for winter weather conditions that could compromise the safety of students and fans on Friday evening.

NCHS’s Mustang Stadium will remain the host of the Oil Bowl.

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