Sundance/Upton Patriot standout Cory Butts has been selected to play in this year’s Shrine Bowl in Casper. Butts, a senior at Sundance High School, is one of 36 players selected for the” North Team” to play on June 8 in the annual competition.
Patriot Coach Andy Garland was also selected to the all-star squad as an assistant coach for the North squad.
Coaching staffs for the North and South teams each select players for the event. Twelve alternate players are picked for each team to fill in if necessary.
North Roster: Brecken Biggs, Josh Flanigan, Colter Bentley, Dan Reese, Adam Britton – Natrona; Taylor Bigelow, Dani Fischer, Justin Berkey, Dylan Haddix – Gillette; Collin Eisenman, Nate Kane, Mitch Godwin – Sheridan; John Fabrizius, Isaac Bayer – Kelly Walsh; Dewey Schwann, Tyler Patterson, Vince Sleep – Powell; Xavier Webb, Lane Savage, T.J. Galey – Riverton; Tyler Rogers, Aaron Fenner – Buffalo; Jacob McGarvin, Colby Wortman – Worland; Andrew Linsenmann – Jackson; Matthew Wigglesworth, Will O’Dell, Lucas Wollenman – Big Horn; Dino Collins, Cody Savage – Lovell; J.T. Harper – Newcastle; Christian Syverson – Thermopolis; Ben Mancuso – Burlington; Kory Butts – Upton/Sundance; Jesse Hawk, Cody Flynn – Dubois. North Alternates: Dylan Hultgren – Lovell; Stephen Alm – Gillette; Arren Jones, Taylor Tresch – Wright; Preston Davenport – Big Horn; Billie Gordon, Ty Borgialli – Newcastle; Greg Lensert – Natrona; Kevin Bakkehaug – Sheridan; James Caro – Kaycee; Dylan Marton – Buffalo; Marco Sanchez – Kelly Walsh; Coaching Staff: North Head Coach: Mike McGuire – Big Horn; North Assistant Coach: Kirk McLaughlin – Big Horn; North Assistant Coach: David Trembly – Dubois; North Assistant Coach: Andy Garland – Upton/Sundance; North Assistant Coach: Curt Mayer – Worland; North Assistant Coach: Josh Anderson – Natrona