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By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Dec 13, 2017

It's a move Shoshoni fans learned to wait for. Driving against tight defense at a breakneck pace, only to pull up, hesitate as if the ball was tied with a ...

 
By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Dec 13, 2017

The bench is a big issue for most teams, but not at all in Dubois. Head coach Leanna Horn as all the room she needs since her entire team is always on the ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Dec 12, 2017

"A person is smart. People are dumb, panicky dangerous animals, and you know it."A quote from "Men in Black," but it's accurate for the upcoming legislative ...


By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Dec 10, 2017

A Russian olive tree, really more of a snag than a tree, stands alone along a fence row on the south side of Missouri Valley Road just west of the intersection ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Dec 10, 2017

Shoshoni picked up their first win of the season and played close in two losses at the Winter Classic in Burns last weekend. It was a football score in the ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Dec 10, 2017

It was a tough three days for the Shoshoni Wranglers at the Winter Classic in Burns. On Friday, the Wranglers fell in a close contest to Lingle-Fort ...


By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Dec 10, 2017

Wind River rolled into the Bridger Valley Classic championship game against Class 4-A Green River riding back-to-back fourth-quarter rallies to pull away from ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Dec 10, 2017

Wyoming Indian rolled on a three-game sweep of the Burns tournament after an opening-game loss to Pine Bluffs. The Chiefs picked up their first win of the ...

 
By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Dec 10, 2017

Ice packs were at a premium on the Wyoming Indian bus after a brawl with the Moorcroft Wolves in the final game of a three-day, four-game marathon for the Lady ...

 

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Dec 8, 2017

Pine Bluffs senior Haize Fornstrom played in the shadow of 6-foot-10 University of Wyoming freshman Hunter Thompson for the past three years, but is every bit ...

 
By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Dec 8, 2017

The St. Stephen's Eagles came to life in the second half after a dismal first period performance against the St. Labre Brave Ashland, Montana in the opening ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Dec 8, 2017

Not converting turnovers into points, poor shooting, foul trouble and an opponent that hits everything they shoot from the free throw stripe is rarely a ...

 

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Dec 7, 2017

A full gym awaits Shoshoni head coach Max Mills each afternoon with 25 players and four managers on the floor, along with new assistant coach Olivia ...

 
By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Dec 7, 2017

The Shoshoni Wranglers graduated almost all of their varsity experience last season on a 14-13 squad that came within a shot of qualifying for the state ...

 
By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Dec 6, 2017

They were a game away from a state championship just nine months ago and graduated four starters with three playing at the college level this fall, but it's ...


By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Dec 6, 2017

Eastern Wyoming College's balance was too much for Central Wyoming College to contain in a 96-75 loss Saturday afternoon at Rustler Gym. The Lancers were ...

 
By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Dec 6, 2017

It's a crowded gym in Ethete for Wyoming Indian head coach Craig Ferris.The 2017 state runner-up Chiefs have 37 boys out for basketball, with six seniors, 13 ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Dec 6, 2017

Wind River has won two of the last three Class 2-A state championships and 2017-18 could be the third. The Cougars are talented, deep and bring size, ...


By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Dec 5, 2017

Middle school wrestlers descended Saturday on Riverton for the Spartan Invitational, with Rawlins taking the team title in convincing fashion with 342 points, ...

 
By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Dec 5, 2017

Trailing by one, just seconds to play, it's one of the oldest plays in the basketball book: Drive toward the hoop, pick up a double-team, and dish the ball ...

 
By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Dec 3, 2017

A career of superlatives on the court, in the pool, in the throwing ring and in the classroom continues for Riverton's Gatorade Player of the Year in 2004. ...

 

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Dec 3, 2017

"Take care of your body. It's the only place you have to live," businessman, author and motivational speak Jim Rohn once said. That advice should appeal to ...

 
By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Dec 3, 2017

My favorite toys from childhood weren't toys at all. My Grandma Sally and Grandpa Tucker lived in a two-bedroom house perched on concrete blocks on the west ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Dec 1, 2017

It was Riverton's greatest moment in Class 4-A boys basketball. The Wolverines upset top-ranked Gillette in the semifinals and advanced to the finals in Casper ...


By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Dec 1, 2017

Working towards a goal, steady improvement and dedication to a sport he loves is an accurate description of North Dakota State small forward Chris Quayle of ...

 
By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Nov 30, 2017

Speed is the biggest change most athletes notice when moving from high school to a college program in any sport. Riverton's three-sport all-star, Kylan ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Nov 30, 2017

Brady Fullerton made his mark as a Riverton Wolverine with quick feet, outstanding hand-eye coordination, and that intangible ability many athletes seek in ...

 

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