K2 Gridiron Report: Kaycee Buckaroos

"We're doing football how we do football. We come out and do every day like the last. We come out with the same intensity, we're always firing off and staying positive and hyped for the season," Mark Largent said.

Along with their energy, this Kaycee football team has 9 seniors with a lot of experience.

"Those kids are a talented group of kids and they are very experienced. Most of them have started three years, so a lot of game time. I expect them to be leaders on this team," Head Coach Tony Rouse said.

The two time reigning state champs share a very close bond.

"Coming all the way from kindergarten with those guys and just the bonds that we have made and with football. We just mesh pretty good as a team and it's just wonderful to come out and play with them," Largent said.

"You know we've been through it together, we've been together for a long time. We just know each other and have a lot of chemistry, so it just makes for good games," Danny Ramirez said.

Kaycee has the longest active winning streak throughout the state of Wyoming, but they're taking it one game at time. Their first test will be Friday night against Dubois.

"We just got to go out there and execute. We can't make little mistakes. We can't turn over the ball, just got to play Buckaroo ball," Ramirez said.

"We try to focus on getting everyone together and working on the same page, so we can come out and be an efficient team," Largent said.

"Preparing for a tough team, they are well coached. I don't know a whole lot about them, we didn't get to play them last year. They are well coached and they always show up for a football game," Rouse said.

"The Buckaroos' experience should guide this team back to Laramie at the end of the season. I'm Megan Salle reporting in Casper for K2 Sports.