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By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Mar 13, 2018

The Wyoming High School Activities Association holds a lot of culminating events for high school competition. I've been to state volleyball, basketball, ...

By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Mar 11, 2018

Each and every wrestler worth his salt begins each season with a eye on the prize at the end of the long, grueling road which lies before him -- a state ...

 
By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Mar 11, 2018

All season, Lander head coach Stuart Mullins has been waiting for his Tigers to fulfill their potential after showing consistent flashes of brilliance at ...

 

By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Mar 11, 2018

Well, everyone, it's finally over. The last jump shots have been fired and the final rebounds have been ripped. Basketball season is over here in Fremont ...

By Steven R. Peck, Publisher
Mar 11, 2018

Riverton's try for a second straight Class 3-A state basketball championship was halted Friday by eventual state champion Buffalo, which pounced on the ...

 
By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Mar 9, 2018

All good things must come to an end. For a college basketball team, the best-case scenario results in cutting down nets in celebration of a ...

 

By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Mar 9, 2018

In Lander's first encounter with the Buffalo Bison this year, the result was a 74-50 loss at the season-opening tournament in Douglas on Dec. 9. Fast-forward ...

By Steven R. Peck, Publisher
Mar 9, 2018

CASPER - Halloween was four months ago, but the defending state-champion Riverton Wolverines got a serious frightThursday nightin their class 3-A state ...

 
From wire reports
Mar 8, 2018

LAS VEGAS - The Wyoming Cowboys continue their run for a Mountain West Championship on Thursday in the quarterfinals battling third-seeded New Mexico at 9:30 ...


From wire reports
Mar 8, 2018

LAS VEGAS, Nev. - The Wyoming basketball team (21-10 overall, 13-5 MW) had its 2018 Mountain West conference championship bid ended with a 67-63 loss against ...

 
By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Mar 8, 2018

One thing Jared Kobbe can do is run very fast. Whether it's outside, indoors, with or without a baton, a straightaway or with curves, the Big Red speedster ...

By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Mar 8, 2018

One thing the Central Wyoming College rodeo team has proven quite proficient at in recent seasons is steer wrestling. At the spring season opener hosted by ...

 

By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Mar 7, 2018

What a difference 387 miles makes. For the Lady Rustlers of Central Wyoming College, it's the difference between a six-point win and a 32-point loss. Only a ...

By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Mar 7, 2018

Coach Stuart Mullins and his Lander Valley Tigers have their work cut out for them in their Class 3-A state tournament opener in Casper on Thursday, as they ...

By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Mar 7, 2018

On one side, we have the defending Class 3-A state champion Riverton Wolverines with an average enrollment of 741.70. On the other stand the Newcastle Dogies, ...

 

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Mar 6, 2018

My late friend Phil Julliard looked across the table at me after our Shoshoni Wranglers beat his Riverside Rebels in the quarterfinals of the 1988 state ...

By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Mar 6, 2018

It's not how you start, it's how you finish. So, regardless of the fact Central Wyoming College found themselves trailing by 10 points at the half of its ...

 
By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Mar 4, 2018

In the storied tradition of Wyoming Indian basketball it takes a special game, sequence or shot to break into the memory vault of the Chiefs. That game came ...


By Steven R. Peck, Publisher
Mar 4, 2018

The Riverton Wolverines are heading to the Class 3-A boys state basketball tournament, but not quite in the way they wanted. Taken to overtime by the Cody ...

By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Mar 4, 2018

Everything began so well for the Lady Tigers of Lander Valley on Thursday in Pinedale, as they win their Class 3-A West regional opener against Mountain View ...

By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Mar 4, 2018

After losing to Mountain View by a final of 57-46 in their Class 3-A West regional tournament opener in Pinedale on Thursday, it was do or die for the Lander ...


By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Mar 4, 2018

For the first time in four consecutive state tournament appearances, the St. Stephen's Lady Eagles return home without any hardware. After a hard-fought ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Mar 4, 2018

It was oh so close for a third state championship at Wyoming Indian. The Lady Chiefs battled East 2-A Champion Sundance to a 35-35 draw at the end of ...

By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Mar 4, 2018

Who needs Dick Vitale, anyway? While the venerable, legendary college basketball announcer is in a galaxy far, far away covering conference tournament games ...


By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Mar 4, 2018

Pine Bluffs and Wind River have met the last four years at the Class 2-A state tournament and after a hard-fought 73-68 loss in the championship game in Casper ...

By Steven R. Peck, Publisher
Mar 2, 2018

One of the hardest challenges in regional tournament play for any team is playing the early Friday game after a first-round loss on Thursday. The Riverton ...

 
By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Mar 2, 2018

St. Stephen's handled the Kaycee Buckaroos during the regular season and it looked for a while like Kaycee had the answer through three periods but a wild, ...


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