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GREEN RIVER – The Green River High School tennis team had a full plate this past weekend when the Wolves hosted all three Cheyenne schools. By end of Saturday, both the boys’ and girls’ teams finished with 2-1 records.

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CHEYENNE (WNE) — The Laramie County School District 1 Board of Trustees voted Monday night to add girls fast-pitch softball to its athletics offerings next school year.

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ROCK SPRINGS – After coming off a dominating win over Laramie, the Rock Springs high school football team suffered a heartbreaker at home Friday night in falling to Cheyenne Central High School by a narrow score of 36-29.

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GREEN RIVER – The Rock Springs High School volleyball team went into a hostile environment Thursday night and took down cross-town rival Green River High School in three-straight sets.

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FARSON – Fresh off its undefeated season and state championship victory last November, the Farson-Eden High School football team got off to another great start in 2019.

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GREEN RIVER – The Green River High School swim and dive team hosted its first meet of the 2019 season Saturday.

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ROCK SPRINGS – Following their opening season loss to Sheridan on the road less than two weeks ago, the Rock Springs High School football team bounced back in a big way with a win at home.

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ROCK SPRINGS – Just two days after Green River High School hosted Rock Springs, the Tigers tennis team welcomed the Wolves into their home stadium,.

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RAWLINS – The Rock Springs High School tennis team traveled to Rawlins this past Saturday for a conference matchup against the Outlaws.

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CASPER — The Green River High School tennis team traveled to Casper this past Friday to face off with both Kelly Walsh and Natrona County high schools.

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ROCK SPRINGS – The Rock Springs High School football team had a difficult road test last Friday to open up the season.

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POWELL – After traveling to Jackson last Saturday for its first match of the season, the Green River High School tennis team continued to stay busy.

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ROCK SPRINGS — First-year head coach Mark Lendhart and the Rock Springs Tigers are gearing up for the start of the 2019 season. Lenhardt, who was previously the head coach at Torrington High School, coached the Trailblazers for eight years and finished his stint with back-to-back state champ…

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CHEYENNE — Student-athletes across Laramie County School District No. 1 are just a few short days from practice starting for fall sports. But before they take the field, court, course or track, those athletes will be testing their cognitive abilities in order to help detect concussions.

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ROCK SPRINGS — For the third time in four years, an Archie Hay Post 24 Sandy Puppy player has been awarded the American Legion Baseball Scholarship for the state of Wyoming. Drew Grossnickle was chosen by the Wyoming Legion Department Baseball Committee as the 2019 scholarship recipient.

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ROCK SPRINGS – For many reasons, especially in sports, the state of Wyoming is easily overlooked.

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ROCK SPRINGS — For the last 32 years there has been one constant for the Rock Springs High School cross country team — one steady rock that has pushed the program to be a state contender almost every single season.

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GREEN RIVER — Tracy Wyant, Head Girls Soccer Coach for Green River High School has stepped down from her position.

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ST. ANTHONY, Idaho — The Archie Hay Post 24 American Legion baseball team wasn’t taking it easy or vacationing over the Independence Day weekend and instead was busy on the diamond in St. Anthony, ID. The Sand Puppies struggled through the first two days, winning just one game, but they were…

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ROCK SPRINGS – After a string of out-of-town tournaments, the Archie Hay Post 24 American Legion baseball team returned home on Wednesday for a double-header against conference opponent Casper. The Oilers brought some firepower to the plate, and even though the Sand Puppies were able to figh…

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GREEN RIVER – There have been huge strides made in a one-year span for the Green River Knights Legion baseball team since head coach Ben Lail has taken over. The Knights started a 10-game winning streak in early June and had a chance to keep rolling Sunday at home.

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ROCK SPRINGS – A golf career was never the ultimate goal for Cameron Carter. It was more like his last resort.

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GREEN RIVER – Growing up with Western Wyoming Community College in her backyard, Green River High School soccer star Michaelee Wisniewski always knew she was going to be a Mustang.

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CHADRON, Neb. – A wild last-second touchdown handed Team Wyoming an unlikely win back in 2012 during the inaugural Wyoming vs. Nebraska Six-Man Shootout. It was the type of drama that typifies the sport of six-man football, and seven years later, the all-stars from Wyoming pulled off another…

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ROCK SPRINGS – Dayna Folks was already one of the most-decorated cheerleaders in the history of Rock Springs High School when she entered her senior year – the only Tiger to ever earn a varsity letter as a freshman and the first all-state selection in five years – but she was far from satisfied.

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ROCK SPRINGS – Growing up, former Rock Springs High School long-distance runner Scarlett Sisemore always knew she was going to attend college. However, it wasn’t until the summer going into her senior year of high school when she began to ponder the idea of running at the next level.

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GREEN RIVER – A thrashing of Rawlins on Thursday seemed to give the Green River Knights American Legion baseball team some real momentum, and they kept it rolling into the weekend. The Knights took on a team out of Hayden, Colorado, on Sunday as their pitching continued to dominate.

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CASPER — When it comes to Wyoming all-star games, there’s nothing quite like the Shrine Bowl. It is probably the most prestigious competition the state has to offer, but it represents way more than a football game.

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RAWLINS – After a tough weekend in Riverton, the Green River American Legion baseball team traveled down Interstate 80 for a double-header with Rawlins on Thursday. The Knights overpowered their opponent in basically every way, as Ramsay Taliaferro’s pitching pushed them to a big victory.