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CASPER — Green River High School indoor track team started the 2019 season this past Saturday on the road in Casper at the Natrona Invite.

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ROCK SPRINGS – The Rock Springs High School indoor track team opened up the season Saturday in Casper at the Natrona Indoor Invite.

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ATLANTA (AP) — A day after travelers waited nearly 90 minutes in snail-speed security lines at the world’s busiest airport, Atlanta’s mayor is concerned about the waits that could result when the city hosts the 2019 Super Bowl.

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CHEYENNE – The Green River High School boys swimming and diving team is having a phenomenal year in the water this season.

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SHERIDAN — The Western Wyoming Community College women’s basketball team found itself on the wrong end of a five-game losing streak entering the weekend. The Mustangs hit the road to face a 10-7 Sheridan College team on Saturday, and they looked very keen to not let the losing streak stretch…

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ROCK SPRINGS — The Rock Springs High School boys basketball entered the weekend still trying to get on the right track with a chance to improve its 3-9 record against a team it had already beaten this season. The Tigers earned a two-point victory over Laramie High School during the first tou…

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VERNAL, Utah — The Rock Springs High School wrestling team was seeking the best competition as usual this weekend, so it crossed the Utah border for the Tournament of Champions in Vernal. Although the team didn’t have anybody in the title matches, a majority of players ended up finishing in …

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VERNAL, Utah — Yet again, the Green River High School wrestling team was competing at a very high level this weekend. It traveled to Vernal, Utah, for the Tournament of Champions and had several wrestlers advance to impressive top-four finishes at the huge event.

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ROCK SPRINGS — The Rock Springs High School girls basketball team had a chance to exact a little revenge at home Saturday afternoon when it faced Laramie High School for the second time this season. The Plainsmen handed the Tigers a 21-point loss during the first tournament of the season, so…

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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Mike Munchak, who had been a finalist for Denver's head coaching job, is making a lateral move from the Pittsburgh Steelers to serve as the Broncos' new offensive line coach.

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KEMMERER – The Farson-Eden High School girls basketball team tacked on its fourth-consecutive win after going into Kemmerer on Saturday and beating the Rangers 56-43.

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FARSON — With the exhibition tournaments out of the way, the Farson-Eden High School girls basketball team opened its conference season Friday afternoon. The opponent was Little Snake River Valley High School, and the Pronghorns took advantage of 30 turnovers to grab a nice win.

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FARSON — Fresh off moving into the No. 1 ranking in the coaches and media poll, the Farson-Eden High School boys basketball team opened its conference season on Friday. The Pronghorns hosted a familiar opponent from the 1A Southwest, as Little Snake River Valley High School was actually able…

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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Donovan Mitchell had 33 points and a career-high nine assists, helping the Utah Jazz beat the Los Angeles Lakers 113-95 on Friday night.

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ROCK SPRINGS – The Rock Springs High School boys swimming and diving team hosted Evanston High School on Friday for a dual where the Tigers beat the Red Devils 96-74 after 11 events.

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NFL teams buck for a playoff bye all season. Then people wonder if those four lucky clubs are going to be rusty when they return in the divisional round.

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GILLETTE – The Western Wyoming Community College men’s basketball team opened the new year with a big road win on Wednesday after going into Gillette College and beating the Pronghorns 79-73 on their home floor.

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GREEN RIVER — Annual ice fishing derbies are coming up at Flaming Gorge and Fontenelle reservoirs, and anglers who would like some tips to increase their catch can attend a free ice fishing clinic beforehand.

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WORLAND – The Green River High School boys basketball team earned its first win of 2019 after beating 3A Worland High School 74-54 on the road Thursday night.

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WORLAND – The Green River High School girls basketball team traveled to Worland on Thursday night for a matchup against the 3A Warriors. After four quarters of play, the Wolves beat Worland 64-39.

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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — All Vic Fangio ever wanted to do was teach kids and become a head high school football coach, and he figured he was on his way when his first job out of college was tutoring linebackers at his alma mater, Dunmore High School in Pennsylvania in 1979.

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ROCK SPRINGS — Alumni players from Rock Springs High School boys basketball teams are invited by current players to come and be recognized at the Feb. 9 game.

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FARSON — For the first three seasons following the return of six-man football to Wyoming sports in 2009, the Farson-Eden High School football team was squarely at the bottom of the 1A standings. The Pronghorns had been without football for nearly 20 years, and in the midst of of all the inex…

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GREEN RIVER — Zac Taylor says he is healed up, has a new car and fresh engine, and is riding a wave of confidence heading into the 33rd annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Midget Nationals hosted inside the River Spirit Expo Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, next week.

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The NFL abruptly dropped its plan Wednesday to challenge approved dementia diagnoses in a landmark concussion case as players' lawyers accuse it of trying to delay payments and rewrite the $1 billion settlement.

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HONOLULU (AP) — Considering the long road he traveled and the setbacks that followed, it's hard to imagine anyone at the Sony Open who appreciates this island paradise more than Chris Thompson. He could have swum to Hawaii in less time than it took him to reach the PGA Tour.

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NEW YORK (AP) — Spending on Major League Baseball payrolls dropped last season for the first time since 2010, an $18 million decrease attributable to drug and domestic violence suspensions and a player retiring at midseason.

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CHEYENNE — A slow start haunted the Green River High School boys basketball team on Day 2 of the Taco John’s Invitational, and it looked like it was determined not to let that happen again Saturday. The Wolves faced off against No. 1 Cheyenne East High School and played extremely hard to mak…

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CHEYENNE — Saturday marked the final day of the Taco John’s Invitational in Cheyenne, and the Green River High School girls basketball team had its hands full before heading home. The Wolves faced No. 2 Cheyenne East High School on its home court, and despite some turnover issues, were able …

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LARAMIE – Less is more is usually not what an athlete believes in.