Saturday, Sheridan blew out Natrona County to win their second consecutive Wyoming State 4A Football Championship.

The Broncs have now won 25 state football titles since 1921, more than any other high school in the Cowboy State.

Cokeville High School ranks as the second most successful football program in Wyoming history. The Panthers have won 22 state titles since 1969.

Although they haven't won a championship since 1994, Laramie High School has 16 state titles under their belt, good for third place on the list.

The Worland Warriors are fourth all-time, winning 14 championships since 1924.

This year's 4A runner-up, Natrona County has won 13 titles in school history, ranking fifth on the list of Wyoming's most dominant football programs.