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Wyoming Indian High School started its postseason cross country run by winning the boys and girls Five Rivers Conference titles Thursday in Ethete.
The ...

Chiefs host conference cross country on Thursday

Coach Chico Her Many Horses has stressed all season the last two weeks of the cross country season are the most important for the Wyoming Indian High School ...

Chiefs second at cross country race in South Dakota

The Wyoming Indian High School Chiefs completed a successful trip on Saturday to the annual Lakota Invitational cross country meet in Rapid City, S.D.
The ...

Evanston swept the team titles in the boys and girls divisions.

Improvement continued Friday for the Riverton High School and the Wyoming Indian High ...

WIHS Chief boys pursue eighth straight 2-A cross country title

Longtime Wyoming Indian High School Chiefs cross country coach Chico Her Many Horses already has Saturday, Oct. 25, on his mind.
That is the day the Chiefs ...

White, Winger county basketball players of the year

By Bruce Tippets
Sports Editor

Casey Winger stood tall on the basketball court this year for the Lander Tigers.
The 6-foot-4 senior was there when ...

Wyoming Indian High School Chiefs head boys basketball coach Craig Ferris is making it a habit of coaching in Class 2-A title games at the Casper Events ...

Forever young at state tournament

This year's Class 1-A / 2-A state basketball tournament was a reminder of the transitory nature of youth.It doesn't last forever.Jerry Patrick of Burlington ...

Tuesday notes

Winter resurgence
Always thinking ahead, the stalwart editorial writer produced the following words Monday afternoon: "Spring doesn't arrive until the ...

CASPER -- Wyoming Indian's depth and tenacious defense was too much for the Pine Bluffs Hornets in opening-round Class 2-A girls basketball action at the state ...

Wyoming Indian High School enters its Class 2-A state basketball tournament opener in familiar territory. The Chiefs finished the 2013 season with a ...

Chiefs wallop Thermop 78-34 to open regional

After trailing early, WIHS allowed the Bobcats just 12 points in the second half.

Tournament jitters are a common theme, even for teams as familiar ...

WIHS girls down Wranglers 76-52

Thursday's win was the fifth straight for Wyoming Indian.

SHOSHONI -- The Wyoming Indian girls made it five in a row Thursday night in a convincing ...

SHOSHONI -- Thursday night at Shoshoni featured a final regular season contest between two teams on very different trajectories.
The Shoshoni Wranglers' ...

Chiefs pay back Big Piney, avenge only loss of the season

ETHETE -- It was a much-anticipated weekend for the Wyoming Indian Chiefs. After a controversial two-point loss in Big Piney two weeks ago that put the only ...

Lead vanishes for Lady Chief against Lovell

The Wyoming Indian Lady Chiefs let one slip away Saturday afternoon at home against top-ranked Lovell.
The Chiefs held a 12-point lead late in the third ...

Three more lopsided victories were collected Friday and Saturday by the Wyoming Indian High School Chiefs at the Fremont County Shootout boys basketball ...

Chiefs host six-team Shootout starting Friday

The first day will be used for pool play. The second day will have the semifinals and title games slated for WIHS gym. The first game will be played at 8:30 ...

Flanagan, Berg, Her Many Horses are fall coaches of the year

Lars Flanagan, Terry Berg and Chico Her Many Horses coached their Fremont County teams to state titles in golf and cross country this fall.
Each won the coach ...

Chiefs win seventh straight state XC title

The championship streak has reached seven straight Class 2-A boys cross country titles for the Wyoming Indian High School Chiefs.
WIHS kept its dynasty going ...

 
 

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