ROCK SPRINGS -- The Archie Hay Post 24 American Legion baseball team knew it was better than its fourth-place finish in regular-season play. The group finally had its full team for the A District tournament, and it made a difference Saturday night when it faced nemesis Green River in the championship of the district tournament. The host team led early in the game, but the Knights' potent hitting was too much as Green River won the championship game 14-11 in front of a packed crowd.
ROCK SPRINGS -- It was another tough night on the bulls as there were no qualified rides for the second night of the Red Desert Roundup Rodeo. However, there were several solid performances in many …
ROCK SPRINGS -- The Sweetwater County Recreation Board voted Wednesday to terminate its agreement with the Trap Club, located near Crossroads Park off Gookin-White Mountain Drive.
Board President …
ROCK SPRINGS -- Now that the nation's best high school cowboys and cowgirls have left town, it is time for the big boys and girls to take over at the Sweetwater Events Complex.
The 37th annual Red …
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The most dominant high school football program in the last three years has lost its leader. Powell High School football coach Jim Stringer died unexpectedly Friday.
Jim Stringer, who has coached …
GREEN RIVER -- The host team took two from the Rock Springs Archie Hay Post 24 visitors in American Legion baseball on Friday evening. Green River won 18-11 in the first game and used a walk-off home …
ROCK SPRINGS -- They've trained, practiced and prepared their entire lives to compete among the best of the best in high school rodeo, and it all boils down to one brief moment in the arena. Saturday …