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Chiefs begin new season short-handed

Players have trickled into practice slowly at Wyoming Indian this fall, but head coach Todd Ghormley has a good group of experienced talent to work with.
The ...

Lady Chief honored at memorial tourney

Late Wyoming Indian basketball player Taylor Harris was remembered on the anniversary of her tragic passing.

Taylor Harris' life came to an ...

Richardson, Rose, Chiefs relay team triumph at state track meet in Casper

Riverton, Dubois and Wyoming Indian were the only Fremont County schools to bring home gold.

The three days of the state track meet at Harry Geldien ...

Wind River Middle School welcomed squads from across the county for the event held at St. Stephen's.

The Cougars of Wind River Middle School hosted ...

The Wolverines and Tigers prevailed in poor weather at the Roy Peck track invitational.

Frostbite came to mind more than sunburn in the annual Roy ...

County track squads compete at Casper meet

Lander, Wyoming Indian and Shoshoni traveled to Casper on Friday to compete in the Kelly Walsh Invitational track meet.
With the April ACT scheduled for ...

Wind River's boys and girls both took home team titles.

It was a small meet on a perfect day at Ethete on Saturday in the annual Wyoming Indian ...

Caleb C'Bearing, Jaron Arthur, Amryn Brown and Trinity Goggles were named players of the year.

The four Class 2-A conferences announced their ...

Wyoming Indian head coach Craig Ferris put a different starting lineup on the floor against the Big Horn Rams in opening round Class 2-A boys state basketball ...

Shauntae St. Clair led Wyoming Indian with 18 points in a 59-34 victory against Burns.

The scouting report on Burns called for Wyoming Indian to ...

WIHS boys third in West regional

The Wyoming Indian boys punched their ticket for the big dance in Casper next weekend with a third-place finish in the Class 2-A West regional this weekend in ...

Chief girls second at regional, open state Thursday

The Wyoming Indian girls did everything right in a near-perfect opening quarter against Lyman in the Class 2-A West regional title game Saturday but went ice ...

It was a roller coaster ride for the Wyoming Indian girls in their opening-round 58-53 win over a feisty Bobcat team from Thermopolis.
The win moved the ...

Chiefs advance with win over Rocky Mtn.

A strong third period lifted third-seeded Wyoming Indian over No. 2 Rocky Mountain out of the Northwest 66-49 in opening-round Class 2-A West regional ...

Shoshoni and Wyoming Indian will play in the Class 2-A regionals in Riverton.

No. 2 Southwest, Wyoming Indian vs. No. 3 Northwest, Thermopolis
After ...

Wyoming Indian bounced back after a loss to Lyman.

The Wyoming Indian Lady Chiefs earned the second seed out of the Class 2-A Southwest with a ...

Chiefs finish regular season in fine fashion

The secret to championship basketball isn't how you start the season, but how you finish and often, if you peak at just the right time.
The Class 2-A West ...

Lady Chiefs dominate Kemmerer on the road

The Wyoming Indian Lady Chiefs continued to roll through the Class 2-A Southwest with a solid 50-34 win Saturday afternoon over Kemmerer in Lincoln ...

Chiefs overpower Rangers, 62-49

Buell Robinson lit up Kemmerer for 30 points, including 19 in the first quarter.

Wyoming Indian evened their Class 2-A Southwest record at 3-3 with ...

Lady Chiefs down Greybull by 12

In what could be a semifinal matchup at the Class 2-A West regional in three weeks, the Wyoming Indian girls took care of the Greybull Buffs 56-42 behind a ...

 
 

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