ROCK SPRINGS — Rock Springs High School senior Alyssa Bedard made her commitment to the University of Wyoming official on Wednesday when she signed her national letter of intent to continue her soccer career with the Cowgirls next year.
ROCK SPRINGS — The Rock Springs Tigers volleyball team reached the state tournament for the first time since 2012, finishing with an overall record of 25-11 in the second season under head coach Shawn Pyer.
GILLETTE -- The Rock Springs High School girls swimming and diving team finished seventh at the 2019 4A state championship meet in Gillette on Friday, Nov. 8, and Saturday, Nov. 9.
GILLETTE — The Green River High School girls swimming and diving team took home silver at the 2019 4A state championship meet in Gillette on Friday, Nov. 8, and Saturday, Nov. 9.
GREEN RIVER — Green River High School senior Madelyn Heiser, 17, signed her national letter of intent on Monday to play basketball for the Sheridan College Generals next season.
CODY — With a second-place finish in Cody last weekend, the Rock Springs High School volleyball team punched its ticket to the state tournament for the first time in seven years.
CHEYENNE – The Rock Springs High School football team’s season came to an end Friday when the Tigers traveled to Cheyenne and lost to Cheyenne Central in the first round of the 4A playoffs by a score of 20-16.
CHEYENNE – Playing in its first home playoff game since 2009, third-seeded Cheyenne Central High School made sure to give its fans a win for the ages Friday night at Riske Field.
ROCK SPRINGS – For most people, purple is just an ordinary color. However, for Chase Petty, a football player at Rock Springs High School, purple is a constant reminder to live every day to the fullest.
FARSON – Following two-straight losses, the Farson-Eden High School football team wrapped up the regular season on a high note Friday by beating conference foe St. Stephens 63-15 at home.
ROCK SPRINGS — Rock Springs High School volleyball teams will promote breast cancer awareness at their home games Friday, Oct. 25, against county rival Green River.
ROCK SPRINGS — The Rock Springs High School girls swimming and diving team welcomed in Green River, Lyman and Evanston for its final home meet of the regular season this past Saturday.
ROCK SPRINGS – The Rock Springs High School football team hosted unbeaten Thunder Basin High School on Friday night inside Tiger Stadium for the final home game of the regular season.
ROCK SPRINGS—Following a three game win streak, the Rock Springs High School football team hosted No. 1 ranked Thunder Basin on Friday night inside Tigers Stadium for the final home game of the regular season. The Tigers got off to a great start and scored two touchdowns in the first quarter…
ROCK SPRINGS — Sweetwater County School District No. 1 officially closed its investigation into what resulted in Jaciel Granados, a Rock Springs sophomore football player, being taken to Salt Lake City via life-flight during an early-season scrimmage with an undisclosed head injury.
ROCK SPRINGS—On a cold and windy Friday night, the Rock Springs High School football team hosted Campbell County inside Tigers Stadium for homecoming. The Camels came in looking to spoil things for the Tigers, but after taking a 14-7 lead into the break, RSHS hit the gas pedal and never look…
GILLETTE – The Green River High School tennis program wrapped up the 2019 season on Saturday, Sept. 28, by traveling to Gillette for the state tennis championships.
CHEYENNE – The Green River High School boys’ and girls’ tennis teams traveled to Cheyenne on Friday, Sept. 20, and placed second at the South Regional tournament.
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.
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.
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.