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Woods moved from running back to defensive end

LARAMIE – Trey Woods is switching positions – again. The University of Wyoming sophomore is moving from running back to defensive end, fifth-year coach Craig Bohl said after Tuesday's practice....

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    August 14, 2018

Back at it

WORLAND - While most of the Worland High School fall sports teams started practice Monday, WHS golf saw their first tournament action of the season last Thursday and Friday. Taking part in the Park...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    August 11, 2018

On to the next one

WORLAND - Of the many great things about athletics is the confrontation with failure. Every athlete, from the amateur to the pro ranks, has dealt with failure and it's how each athlete deals with...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    August 11, 2018

Hear Me Out...Wyoming's top five professional athletes of all time

Uggghhh ... is anyone else getting exhausted by these Trump tweets? It's the same thing every year or the same insults thrown at people he doesn't like. Last week he took a shot at LeBron and the...

 
 By CYD LASS    Sports    August 10, 2018

Color Me Pink run returns Saturday

WORLAND – After a two-year break, the Color Me Pink run returns to Worland this Saturday. In previous years, from 2013 to 2015, Teresa Seidel, the lead mammography tech with the Washakie Medical Center has hosted the Color Me Pink fun run as a way...

 

UW's Ellison makes most of opportunity

LARAMIE – Jalani Ellison's name has been mentioned more often than not. The University of Wyoming freshman cornerback has impressed coaches through the Cowboys' first 10 practices of fall camp....

 

Washakie County Fair rodeo and youth rodeo results

WORLAND - Results from the Washakie County Fair rodeo and youth rodeo on August 3 at the Washakie County Fairground are as follows. Washakie County Fair Rodeo Saddle Bronc 1, Chris Williams, 71. Break...

 

Big-play threat in passing game critical to UW's offensive success

Who will be the quarterback, and how will he play? Who will run the ball? Will the offensive line be better? Those are all legitimate questions about the University of Wyoming's offense heading into...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    August 4, 2018

Hear Me Out! When did we let the tattletales and rats take the wheel?

Remember in grade school when one of the biggest insults you could lob at someone was calling them a tattletale? Calling someone a tattletale during recess was the equivalent of challenging another man’s honor during colonial days. Both had...

 

Volleyball camps for sixth-graders and grade school netters set for August 6 and 7

WORLAND - Worland High School volleyball coach Brittany Miller and her coaching staff are holding two volleyball camps next week for sixth-graders and down. Monday will be the preschool to...

 
 By Mark Davis    Sports    August 1, 2018

New Yellowstone head promises job won't be political

POWELL - It's a tough way to get a job. As Cameron "Cam" Sholly prepares to move to his new offices as director at Yellowstone National Park, some have suggested the move is being made under a dark...

 

Washakie County Fair shooting sports winners

WORLAND - The winners from the Washakie County Fair shooting sports are as follows. .22 PISTOL Senior Tyler Schrage .22 RIFLE Senior Tyler Schrage Intermediate Elijah Avant Junior Zenaida Tapia AIR...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    July 28, 2018

Ten Sleep football players given the OK to play for Worland

WORLAND - A week after having their 1A 6-man season forfeited, those Ten Sleep Pioneers who wanted to play football have received some good news. The Wyoming High School Activities Association has...

 

Cowboys remain humble despite higher expectations

LAS VEGAS – The University of Wyoming football team often has been the underdog since the Mountain West's first year in 1999. The Cowboys have fed off that underdog mentality to prove people wrong...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    July 25, 2018

Yellowstone Lake Invaders: Helping hands

Yellowstone Lake Invaders is part of a series that will take a look at the efforts to restore the Yellowstone cutthroat trout in Yellowstone Lake. "Helping Hand" is the final entry in the series. By A...

 

WSWGA tournament results

WORLAND -Winners from the Wyoming Senior Women's Golf Association tournament held at Green Hills Golf Course on July 17 and 18 are as follows. 2018 CHAMPIONS Overall Low Gross Carole Grosch, 76-84....

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    July 21, 2018

A Tough Decision: Ten Sleep to forfeit 2018 football season

TEN SLEEP - It's always nice easing into a new position before the tougher aspects and decisions of the job begin to take shape. For Ten Sleep's newly appointed Activities Director Sarah Novak, she...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    July 19, 2018

Hot bats bring home championship for 16U Wildfires

WORLAND - After last season ended with a loss in the Wyoming USA fastpitch state championship game, the Worland 16U Wildfires team made a goal for the 2018 season, make it back to the title game and...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    July 18, 2018

Yellowstone Lake Invaders: Boots on the ground

YELLOWSTONE -In 1994 it was discovered that nonnative, predatory lake trout had made their way into Yellowstone Lake and as a result began to wreak havoc on the population numbers of the lake's...

 
 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    July 17, 2018

Worland Football Camp starts next week

WORLAND — Summer is quickly zipping by with the fall sports season not far off and next week current and future Warriors football players will be attending the Worland Football Camp at Worland High...

 
 By David Watson    Sports    July 14, 2018

A nice start the summer

LARAMIE – Jordan Spears is used to having good – if not really good – rodeo seasons to hang his hat on. The bull rider from Redding, California, took a big leap to kick-starting the bulk of his...

 

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