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By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Jan 14, 2018

It was a classic David and Goliath story at Shoshoni on Friday night, but there were no miracles in play as top ranked Wind River rolled over their traditional ...

 
By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Jan 12, 2018

Whatever halftime adjustments Wyoming Indian head coach Aleta Moss made on Thursday in the visiting locker room at Wrangler Gym, they certainly worked when the ...

 
By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Jan 12, 2018

Last week in Basin, the Wyoming Indian Chiefs had a rugged weekend at the Big Horn Shootout, losing two of three games. Certainly not the kind of results head ...


By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Jan 7, 2018

Lady Blue entered the weekend at the Big Horn Shootout with a 4-2 record after the opening two weeks of the new season and added to that with a ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Jan 7, 2018

The learning curve for the Shoshoni Wranglers remains almost vertical after three losses this weekend in the Big Horn Shootout played at Thermopolis and ...

By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Dec 21, 2017

For four years, Tammy Maddock proudly wore the colors of Lady Blue, gracing the volleyball and basketball courts and the track for Shoshoni High School. Upon ...

 

By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Dec 15, 2017

Kaden Sanderson spotted up, set his feet and let fly from behind the 3-point line on Shoshoni's opening venture down the hardwood against Burlington at ...

 
By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Dec 13, 2017

Most high-school freshmen act like freshmen. Not Ridge Briggs. After completing a fabulous first year as a Wolverine wrestler last season as a frosh with a ...

 
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 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
Oct 24, 2017

It could have been the same play, with the same uniforms, the same number on the running back and the same result as all but twice in the history of Shoshoni ...


By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Oct 18, 2017

As Fremont County's volleyball squads hit the final stretch of the regular season, there is everything to play for. Teams are positioning themselves for higher ...

 
By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Oct 15, 2017

Shoshoni had to scramble to find a game after Wyoming Indian cancelled the remainder of their season earlier in the week. The Wranglers were scheduled to ...

 
By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Oct 11, 2017

Up in the rafters of Wrangler Gym in Shoshoni, a volleyball bounded around among the steelwork above before drifting back to Earth. House rules stipulate any ...

 

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Oct 8, 2017

It was a must win game for Shoshoni to earn a postseason playoff berth, but the Wranglers fell 13-6 at Cowley in spite of a tremendous defensive effort. "That ...

 
By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Oct 2, 2017

For the third consecutive year, head coach Marty Weber's Shoshoni Wranglers are Wind River Conference Athletic Association football champions. The Wranglers ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Oct 1, 2017

Shoshoni broke the drought early in Friday's Class 1-A West conference tilt with Saratoga. The Wranglers were scoreless on the season entering their fifth ...

 

By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Sep 24, 2017

Friday afternoon's football game between Shoshoni and Wind River at Wrangler Field began in bright sunshine, but as the conditions slowly, but surely, ...

 
By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Sep 17, 2017

Friday's game in Sheridan County was expected to be one of the best in Class 1-A, but fumbles, bad snaps and interceptions change the complexion into a ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Sep 10, 2017

Improvement often takes tiny steps and the Shoshoni Wranglers made a few of those after a slow opening period against the visiting Class 2-A Lovell Bulldogs on ...

 

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Sep 3, 2017

The schools are separated by Wyoming's most spectacular canyon and a scant 33 miles of winding highway, but Friday's 48-0 blowout of Shoshoni by Thermopolis ...

 
By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Sep 3, 2017

Everything looked good for Shoshoni after the opening set of its volleyball match against Big Piney at Wrangler Gym on Saturday after Lady Blue took the ...

 
By Scott Akanewich, Sports Editor
Aug 30, 2017

All-state volleyballer Tammy Maddock was no longer in the Lady Blue lineup when the Shoshoni Wranglers took the court to open the new season at the McDonald's ...

 

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Aug 27, 2017

A week-zero jamboree in Greybull brought mixed results for the Shoshoni Wranglers on Friday evening. Shoshoni played solidly against defending Class 1-A state ...

 
By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
Aug 22, 2017

Don't write off the Shoshoni Wranglers just yet. The Wranglers graduated a tremendous class of football players a season ago that reached the Class 1-A state ...

 
By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
May 21, 2017

Riverton's Naya Shime and Alec Richardson, Shoshoni's Zac Pickinpaugh, Wyoming Indian's Charlene Brown and Western Heritage Lutheran's Jordan Kline all ...


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