Thunder Basin struck early and often Friday night. And, to be frank, there wasn’t much Laramie High could do about it.

The Bolts scored 40 first-half points against the Plainsmen and cruised to a 47-7 victory. Thunder Basin quarterback Ryan Baker threw for 255 yards and three touchdowns in the first half and 291 yards overall. The Coach and Media Poll’s No. 2-ranked Bolts (6-1) had 397 yards of offense in the first two quarters of the night and scored on every offensive possession in the half.

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