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WORLAND – After two impressive shutout wins midweek, the Rock Springs High School boys soccer team hit the road for the Pinnacle Cup in Worland. The Tigers faced off against Douglas High School to open the tournament – their third game in four days – and head coach Lyndon Klein thought his t…

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GREEN RIVER – The start of the season arrived for the Green River High School girls soccer team on Friday, as it hosted the 2019 Todd Malonek Southwest Invitational. The Wolves opened up against Pinedale High School for their first game, and it ended up being a thrashing.

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WORLAND – The Green River High School boys soccer team opened the season on Friday with a win and loss in the 2019 Pinnacle Challengers Cup. After playing two games on Friday, the Wolves entered Saturday with an overall record of 1-1.

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GREEN RIVER – The Rock Springs High School girls soccer team opened up the Todd Malonek Southwest Invitational on Friday with a huge first-round win over Lyman.

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ROCK SPRINGS — Coming into the season, head coach Laura Doak was confident that she had something pretty special on her hands. With eight seniors and plenty of experience returning, the Rock Springs High School dance team had big expectations right from the start.

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ROCK SPRINGS — A weather cancellation put a hold on the season’s first game for Rock Springs High School, which forced it to play two conference games in a three-day span this week. The first ended in a tight 1-0 win over Jackson High School on Tuesday before Tigers had to turn around and fa…

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ROCK SPRINGS – On a chilly Thursday afternoon, the Rock Springs High School girls soccer team was back on the field taking care of business against conference foe, Star Valley. The Tigers beat the Braves by a commanding score of 7-0 and had absolutely no problems in the process.

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KAYSVILLE, Utah – The Rock Springs High School track and field team opened up its season this week with a trip to Kaysville, Utah, to compete in the Davis Super Meet.

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ROCK SPRINGS – Cameron Metcalf finished his high school wrestling career as one of those rare three-time state champions, but very few believed that would be the last time he would step on a mat.

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ROCK SPRINGS — Very few high school basketball players have the chance to become four-time all-state selections. It requires freshmen to come into the high school ranks already playing at that level, and that just doesn’t happen very often.

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ROCK SPRINGS — The Rock Springs High School girls soccer team opened up its season on Tuesday with a 2-0 win at home against its conference foe, Jackson.

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ROCK SPRINGS — The weather didn’t cooperate with the scheduled start to the season last week, but the Rock Springs High School boys soccer team got things going with an early-week contest. The Tigers faced off against Jackson High School on Tuesday, which also kicked off their conference season.

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ROCK SPRINGS – The Rock Springs High School girls indoor track and field team very narrowly missed out on a state championship, but the third-place finish still capped a special season. The Tigers were led by a couple of the state’s best athletes, as the team boasted four all-state runners.

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GREEN RIVER — Fifty-four losses in a row. Two-straight winless seasons. That was the state of the Green River High School boys basketball program before Laurie Ivie took over as head coach in 2015.

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GREEN RIVER – With the high school basketball season now in the books, the Green River High School program is celebrating two of its players who earned all-state honors after a tremendous season on the hardwood.

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GREEN RIVER – The Green River High School boys basketball team certainly has a lot to be proud of this season. Not only did the Wolves return to the state tournament for the first time since 2009, but three players earned first-team all-conference in the process.

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FARSON – After winning the Wyoming High School six-man football state championship back in November, a few select players from Farson-Eden High School, along with head coach Trip Applequist, have the opportunity to take the field together one last time.

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GREEN RIVER — Growing up on a farm outside Farson isn’t usually a circumstance that produces college baseball players, but Ramsay Taliaferro is an exception. Even though organized baseball wasn’t an option at first, he still found a way to love the sport.

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ROCK SPRINGS – The Rock Springs High School boys basketball team is celebrating four of its players receiving all-conference honors after another season on the hardwood.

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GREEN RIVER — At this time a year ago, college football didn’t seem like an option for Kyle Ivie. It had been his dream for as long as he could remember, but a torn ACL at the end of his junior season thrust the young man into a cloud of uncertainty.

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ROCK SPRINGS – The Rock Springs High School girls basketball team has a lot to celebrate after wrapping up its season.

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GREEN RIVER – With another season in the books, the Green River High School girls basketball team has a lot to be proud of.

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CASPER — Both the Rock Springs and Green River high school girls basketball teams extended their seasons to the final Saturday of state basketball with wins on Friday. That set up a rare situation, where the two squads met up for the fifth time this year and were fighting for the consolation…

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CASPER — After qualifying for the state tournament for the first time in a decade, the Green River High School boys basketball team was looking to add a couple more wins to a great season. However, a first-round loss put the Wolves in a tough spot Friday against Evanston High School, a team …

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CASPER — The first day of the state tournament ended in a tough defeat for the Green River High School girls basketball team, leaving it in a win-or-go-home situation Friday morning. From the opening whistle, it was clear that the Wolves had no intention of heading home early and outworked C…

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CASPER – For the first time this season, the Rock Springs High School girls basketball team defeated Kelly Walsh 45-39 to keep its season alive Friday.

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CASPER — After narrowly missing out on a regional championship berth last weekend, the Green River High School girls basketball team found itself in the tough position of playing the No. 2 seed from the 4A East Conference in the first round of state basketball. The Wolves opened the tourname…

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CASPER — The tournament that teams have been working toward all season arrived this weekend in Casper, as the Rock Springs High School girls basketball team played its first game of the 4A state tournament Thursday morning. The Tigers didn’t have an easy road at all, facing the No. 1 seed fr…

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CASPER – The Green River High School boys basketball team lost its first game of the state tournament Thursday to the No. 3 team out of the East, Campbell County, by a score of 63-54.

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FARSON-EDEN – After winning its first state title since 1998, the Farson-Eden High School boys basketball team is celebrating another successful season on the hardwood. Over this past weekend, the Pronghorns defeated Encampment 57-54 in overtime to claim its first 1A state title in more than…

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FARSON – After a terrific season from the Farson-Eden High School girls basketball team, three Pronghorns have received postseason recognition for their excellent play on the hardwood.

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CASPER — It became clear following the 1A state tournament Saturday that the real title game was actually played the previous night in the semifinals. The Farson-Eden High School girls basketball team gave the champ, Cokeville High School, by far its biggest challenge of the tournament Frida…

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GILLETTE — On an extremely busy postseason weekend, the Rock Springs High School indoor track and field team was another squad that was chasing trophies. The Tigers were in Gillette on Friday and Saturday for the state meet, and they put forth some amazing performances to end the season.

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CASPER — After 21 years of no basketball banners, the Farson-Eden High School boys team found itself with a chance to win its first basketball state title since 1998. The championship game was proof of just how strong the 1A Southwest Conference was this season, as the Pronghorns ran into En…

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CODY – The Green River High School boys basketball team fell to Kelly Walsh on Saturday in the 4A West regional championship 67-47.

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CODY – For the fourth time this season, the Rock Springs and Green River high school girls basketball teams met on the hardwood. On Saturday, the Wolves defeated the Tigers 35-33 to claim third place in the regional tournament.

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CASPER — This time last year, the Farson-Eden High School boys basketball team had its state title hopes dashed during a semifinal loss. It found itself with a chance to redeem that loss Friday night, as it returned to the big stage to face conference foe Cokeville High School in the 1A stat…

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CODY – After a tough opening-round loss to Green River in the regional tournament Thursday, the Rock Springs High School girls basketball team responded with a 38-21 win over the Jackson Broncs on Friday morning.

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CASPER — After handling its first-round matchup, the Farson-Eden High School girls basketball team found itself in the state semifinals game Friday afternoon. The Pronghorns took on Cokeville High School, a team that beat them handily at home earlier this season, but it was much closer this …