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Second-seeded CWC women open tourney vs. Trinidad State

CWC finished the regular season with a 19-9 overall mark, while Trinidad was 4-23 heading to the tournament in Scottsbluff, Neb.

A No. 2 seed has ...

Tucked away in the long hall beyond the locker rooms for the Wyoming Cowboys and Cowgirls basketball teams ,and under the new seats in the remodeled Arena ...

Fisher's fourth place is top finish for Riverton at 4-A state swim meet

Riverton Wolverine junior swimmer Travis Fisher lowered his school record in the 100-yard butterfly with a time of 54.65 and finished fourth at the Wyoming ...

The Riverton-based team was the Class B top seed for the state tournament after posting a regular-season record of 15-0-1.

A fire truck ride on ...

Dubois drive for state berth halted by Little Snake

The Dubois boys' hopes for a return to the Class 1-A state basketball tournament faded in the face of a strong Little Snake River defense Saturday morning in ...

Eagle boys off to state tourney

Good teams peak at tournament time, and the St. Stephen's boys have turned into a contender for the Class 1-A state basketball title after a pair of ...

Thompson goes for 25 as Wrangler girls make state

Olivia Thompson put on a stellar display Saturday morning, lifting the Shoshoni Wranglers past Kemmerer 51-45 to clinch a Class 1-A state tournament spot for ...

Chief girls edged by Lyman in 2-A West regional title contest

Before a packed crowd, the Lyman Eagles won a well-played Class 2-A West regional girls basketball championship game 51-48 over the Wyoming Indian High School ...

Rustler men win Region IX tourney opener over Sheridan

Down the stretch Friday night at Rustler Gym, the Central Wyoming College men made key defensive stops and eliminated Sheridan College 82-78 from the Region IX ...

Tiger girls beat Cody, boys fall in close game at home

The Lander Valley High School Tigers finished their girls basketball game Saturday by hitting six straight free throws in a 47-41 win over Cody at Bob Carey ...

Wind River eliminates Chiefs in classic at 2-A West regional

Wyoming Indian had beaten the Cougars three times this season, the four game went Wind River's way.

The fourth time was the charm for the Wind ...

St. Stephen's girls run to brink of West crown in close Cokeville game

It was the game everyone thought it would be between the St. Stephen's girls and Cokeville in the Class 1-A West championship Saturday afternoon in ...

New year, same story as Tigers win another 3-A state swim crown

GILLETTE -- The Lander Tigers won their remarkable 19th consecutive Class 3-A boys state swimming and diving championship in Gillette on Saturday. ...

Greybull's Treston Tracy hit two free throws with 3.1 seconds left to edge the Wind River Cougars 56-54 in the opening round of the Class 2-A West regional ...

Evanston tightened up the Class 4-A West conference boys basketball standings Thursday night in a 56-41 victory vs. the Riverton Wolverines.
The game ...

St. Stephen's girls pull away from Farson

The high flying St. Stephen's Eagles were grounded a bit in opening round action at the 1-A West girls regional in the auxiliary gym at Lander Valley High ...

It was the type of game you hope to see in opening round of a regional tournament, with multiple ties, a bit of foul-induced drama, and scoring spurts.
St. ...

Three Riverton High School Wolverines landed in doubles figures Thursday night to secure a 50-45 girls basketball victory over the Evanston Lady Red Devils at ...

Trailing early and missing their leading scorer, the Wyoming Indian Chiefs overcame the deficit to easily pull away from Shoshoni for a 58-41 win in ...

Dubois girls fall in two straight at 1-A regional

Dubois returned to the Class 1-A West girls regional opening round to a less-than-cordial greeting from the 1-A Southwest champion Cokeville Panthers.
The ...

 
 

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