The weather conditions weren't great for the 2019 Shrine Bowl football game this year in Casper, so at times the contest was a bit sloppy and sometimes chippy. The South opened the scoring as Cokeville quarterback Bentley Johnson found Ian Arnold of Glenrock for a touchdown to make it 7-0. The North answered back with a touchdown pass from Luke Glassock to Big Horn's Kade VanDyken that covered 40 yards and with the successful 2 point try, the North led 8-6. Big Horn's Kade Eisele found the end zone from 4 yards out to give the North a 15-6 lead going into the halftime intermission. In the 3rd quarter, VanDyken found some free space and caught a 43 yard TD pass from Clayton Louderback from Upton-Sundance to increase the lead to 22-6. The South rallied with 12 yard scoring strike from Colton Caves from Wheatland to Dylan Case of Douglas to cut the gap to 22-12. In the 4th quarter, the South scored again as Tyson Cornia of Evanston scampered into the end zone from a yard out so just like that, it was 22-19. The North put the game away as Glassock tossed a TD pass to Natrona's Tehl Campbell as the North wins the Shrine Bowl for the 7th consecutive year. The final was 29-19 with Kade VanDyken breaking a Shrine Bowl record with 156 yards receiving. he was named the offensive player of the game while Damon Taylor of Rawlins was named the defensive player of the game. Be sure and take a look at our video from the game. Enjoy!