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To make All-Conference, an athlete must place in the top three in an individual event or among the top two teams for relays. Craig earned her honors by winning the pole vault, clearing 10 feet. Hanks, meanwhile, competed in four events, … more
A two-way contract allows a player to go back and forth between the developmental D-League and the NBA. The player is essentially on retainer for the NBA team while they continue to hone their skills and develop as a player. Boucher is still in … more
The race primarily runs downhill and featured four different distances: 18 miles, 32 miles, 52 miles and an ultramarathon 100-mile race. “The weather conditions were the most difficult in the 25 years,” said Cheryl Sinclair, Bighorn Trail Run … more
That included conference losses to Green River in a Tuesday, June 13 doubleheader and five losses in a four-day tournament in Lewistown, Montana, on June 15-18. “Some of the losses are harder to take than others, but I know we are learning from … more
There are a total of eight finalists in each category. Bieber was nominated for coaching tennis and Smith for girls track and field. Both coaches were nominated by the Wyoming High School Coaches Association by a scoring rubric which evaluates … more
NWC sophomore Bubba Boots earned the title of reserve all-around champion after strong showings in three events. Also competing at the CNFR were Matthew Williams, Jake Davis, Caleb McMillan, Weston Mann and Emilio Reyna. “It was a great rodeo … more
“I did a lot better this year than I did last year,” said Bott, who now has two CNFR competitions under his belt. “I got two more years of school left — hopefully I can qualify and come back, take what I’ve learned and try to win a … more
To make tonight's (Saturday's) final round, competitors had to place in the top 12 in the preliminary rounds. NWC sophomore Bubba Boots has made the finals in all three of his events. He sits in fifth place for tie-down roping, 12th in steer … more
NWC’s soccer started with Hill at the helm. “It just developed and grew over time, and with a lot of athletic programs, that’s how it starts,” said Lourra Barthuly, NWC athletic director. “You have a building year and start to gain a … more
The Community Night is a way for the team to give back to the community and for the community to “be able to get the community to come out and show some support for them and have a burger and enjoy some baseball,” said juniors coach Matthew … more
On Saturday, three recent Powell High School graduates — Mason Olsen, TJ Abraham and Zach Easum — helped the North team to a 49-7 win in the 44th annual Shrine Bowl. Both the North and the South teams had 36 players and 12 alternates. The … more
The Pioneers, with only eight players, beat Riverton’s B team 9-6 on Saturday afternoon. “It was fun to see the guys relax and just play baseball,” said Pioneers Manager George Laughlin said. “And to win with only eight players was a … more
At its spring meeting in April, the Wyoming High School Activities Association Board of Directors Meeting voted to reclassify Wyoming schools in basketball, volleyball, outdoor track and field and soccer. While Powell appears set to stay in Class … more
In the interests of safety — namely, concerns about emerging grizzly bears — the trail had been temporarily closed since late March. The Nature Conservancy has been enacting precautionary closures since 2015. Heart Mountain’s trail officially … more
The U12 boys team won the state championship title in the silver division, U10 coed team finished second and the U15 coed team finished third in the gold division. U10 coed Across five weekend games, the U10 coed Heart Mountain United Soccer … more
Coaching staff for the North and South picked players to represent the teams from nominations from the head coaches from each high school. This game is for seniors only and all classes, including 6-man, must have representation. Olsen, Abraham … more
The event was a fundraiser for the Dano Youth Camp, a nonprofit wilderness adventure camp for youth. Race director Alex Aguirre said the Dano’lope’ Dash has grown every year. Last weekend, 88 people participated by either walking or running 1 … more
“Miles of improvement from the first game to today,” said manager George Laughlin. “We can rely on everybody that we call on, we got confidence in our guys and I think we will be peaking now that conference is getting started.” Powell … more
“We couldn’t have had a better day with the weather,” said race director Tanya Bonner. “Thought it went really well.” Competitors could compete either solely or as a team and local athletes as well as athletes from a few different … more
However, after a year of playing lacrosse, O’Neill does know that “it’s been a ton of fun.” “And I’m glad to play for the university, and I’m glad that I decided to just try it out,” she said. This is O’Neill’s second year … more
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