Bayfield football gives its fans rare home state championship game

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Bayfield football gives its fans rare home state championship game

First to be played in La Plata County since 1968
Cade Killough and the Bayfield High School football team will enter Wolverine Country Stadium on Saturday to more than 3,000 fans and perhaps as many as 5,000. It is expected to be the highest-attended high school football game in the history of La Plata County.
A passionate and knowledgeable fanbase fills the seats at Wolverine Country Stadium, and those fans will be loud Saturday for the state championship game.
Led by seniors Wyatt Killinen (79), Ryan Phelps (70), Carl Heide (29), Dax Snooks (9) and Cole Wood (50), the Bayfield Wolverines will play one final game at Wolverine Country Stadium this year, and it’s for the state title against La Junta.
If you go

Who: No. 4 La Junta at No. 3 Bayfield
What: CHSAA Class 2A State Football Playoffs championship game
When: 1 p.m. Saturday
Where: Wolverine Country Stadium, Bayfield High School
Listen Live: KLJH 107.1 FM
ONLINE: NFHS live stream: http://bit.ly/2hN21yW
Twitter: @jlivi2 and @karltschneider
Tickets: Gates will open at 11 a.m. Prices are $9 for adults, $7 for students and seniors (60-plus). Pre-schoolers (4-and-under) are free. Only CHSAA and CHSCA passes will be honored. Credit cards will not be accepted, but personal checks will be accepted. Tickets will be sold only on-site at the gate.

Bayfield football gives its fans rare home state championship game

Cade Killough and the Bayfield High School football team will enter Wolverine Country Stadium on Saturday to more than 3,000 fans and perhaps as many as 5,000. It is expected to be the highest-attended high school football game in the history of La Plata County.
A passionate and knowledgeable fanbase fills the seats at Wolverine Country Stadium, and those fans will be loud Saturday for the state championship game.
Led by seniors Wyatt Killinen (79), Ryan Phelps (70), Carl Heide (29), Dax Snooks (9) and Cole Wood (50), the Bayfield Wolverines will play one final game at Wolverine Country Stadium this year, and it’s for the state title against La Junta.
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