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 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    December 13, 2018 

Warriors preparing for Pinnacle Bank Battle in the Big Horns

WORLAND - The Worland High School wrestling team kicked off their season last week with a dual in Sheridan on Thursday and the Rapid City Invitational tournament on Friday and Saturday in Rapid City,...

 

After Glenrock tournament, Bobcats know what they need to work on

THERMOPOLIS — The Herder Classic in Glenrock was an up and down tournament for the Hot Springs County Bobcats last weekend. The Bobcats went 1-3, at times showing promising flashes but as with most...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    December 11, 2018

No. 4 Warriors bounce back big in East-West Classic

WORLAND - Opening the season with a 67-64 loss to Douglas at the East-West Classic in Buffalo did not sit well with the Worland Warriors, as they cruised to double-digit victories against Pinedale...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    December 8, 2018

No. 4 Warriors comeback falls short in 67-64 loss to Douglas

BUFFALO - The Worland Warriors basketball team got their season underway at the East-West Classic in Buffalo at Buffalo High School on Friday. Matching up against the Douglas Bearcats the Warriors fel...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    December 8, 2018

Hear Me Out...Advice for Roger

It's safe to say everyone is caught up on Kareem Hunt fiasco. The news broke about Hunt last Friday while I was writing last week's column, and I thought about scrapping that column to write about...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    December 7, 2018

Worland winter sport teams kickoff season this weekend

WORLAND - The winter sports seasons for the Worland High School basketball teams, wrestling and boys swimming get their seasons' underway today and tomorrow. The Worland varsity wrestling team is in...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    December 1, 2018

Hear Me Out...Do we really need a billion bowl games?

College football bowl season is right around the corner and ESPN has been airing their bowl season ads with Andy Williams' "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year" playing over the top college... Full story

 
 By AP    Sports    November 30, 2018

Case Keenum finds comfort level in Denver's offense

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - Case Keenum has a simple answer for why none of his passes were picked off in November after throwing interceptions in each of his first eight games as the Denver Broncos' new...

 

UW's bowl prospects still uncertain, school not overly optimistic

LARAMIE – As was the case last week, officials at the University of Wyoming aren't overly optimistic that its football team will be among the 78 that receive a bowl invitation Sunday. UW became the...

 

UW football poised for long, successful run

These are nervous days in and around the University of Wyoming football program. The Cowboys did a remarkable job – aided, in part, by a forgiving schedule down the stretch – to climb out of a...

 

High-stakes showdown

LARAMIE – Even if Colorado State wide receiver Preston Williams hadn’t stepped out of bounds before catching a touchdown pass on the final play of the Rams’ Nov. 17 loss to Utah State, today’s matchup with the Aggies and Boise State would hav...

 

Future uncertain, even if Cowboys become bowl eligible

LARAMIE – The University of Wyoming football team is focused on beating New Mexico on Saturday to get its sixth win and become bowl eligible. But even if the Cowboys (5-6 overall, 3-4 Mountain...

 

Cowboys rally falls short in loss to Boston College

LARAMIE – The University of Wyoming men's basketball team made a furious second-half rally, but it wasn't enough as it fell to Boston College 88-76 at the Fort Myers Tip-Off at the Suncoast Credit...

 

Cowboys' bowl hopes comes down to regular-season finale

LARAMIE – Three down and one to go. That’s the mentality of the University of Wyoming football team as it heads into its regular-season finale Saturday at New Mexico. The Cowboys (5-6 overall, 3-4 Mountain West) have won three consecutive games...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    November 17, 2018

Hear Me Out...Any takers to host the Olympics?

It's important to enjoy the little things in life, whether that's the crazy stories coming out of Florida (and I'm not talking about the recount, I'm talking about all the weird things done by insane...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    November 17, 2018

The fastest car in Montana

WORLAND - Here's a bit of trivia for you, who has the fastest street-legal car in the state of Montana? If you guessed Worland native Larry Paxton, you are right on the money. Racing in the Street...

 

Cowboys QB Sean Chambers trying to keep perspective amid fast start

LARAMIE (AP) - Sean Chambers is the talk of the town. That's what happens when you go from being the backup quarterback to the starter. Wyoming's true freshman signal caller did that three games ago...

 

Cowgirls still have reasons to play

LARAMIE – The 2018 season for the University of Wyoming volleyball team hasn't gone as hoped or expected. Still, the Cowgirls (18-10 overall, 10-6 Mountain West) go into the final weekend of the reg...

 

Ten Sleep basketball energized by trip to Denver and Air Force Academy

TEN SLEEP - The basketball season is just around the corner and before the season gets underway the Ten Sleep High School basketball team took a trip to Denver on Nov. 3-4. Using funds they raised...

 

Braves bull over Trailblazers for 3A state title

LARAMIE – Star Valley is known as a physical team that runs the football between the tackles and along the edges. The Braves flexed their muscles in both areas as they gained 272 rushing yards, and...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    November 10, 2018

Gayten signs LOI to continue soccer career at Sheridan

WORLAND - Worland High School senior Karla Gayten signed her letter of intent, Thursday afternoon at Worland High School. Gayten received a two-year full-ride scholarship to play soccer at Sheridan...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    November 10, 2018

Hear Me Out...The most entertaining bad coach in all the land

During my fall sports postseason break, I was tempted to write about Oakland Raiders coach Jon Gruden. I was patient though because let's be honest, this is Jon Gruden and he's going to, at minimum, s...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    November 9, 2018

Moore earns first All-State selection for Lady Pioneers volleyball since 2004

TEN SLEEP - Going 1-22 during the volleyball season was tough on the Ten Sleep Lady Pioneers but while the year was trying, the Lady Pioneers did receive good news on Sunday. Junior Bryley Moore was n...

 

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