There’s a different type of energy coming out of the Campbell County High School wrestling room. The team’s 16 freshman are to thank for that.
Thunder Basin's 2018 football season ended in what some Bolts may see as the worst way possible — a last second Sheridan touchdown in a hard-fought playoff game that was tied and seemed to be headed to overtime.
The Campbell County girls swimming and diving team gave it everything they had and when the waves stopped at Laramie High School’s pool Friday, they had won the bronze.
Thunder Basin volleyball saw its season come to an end Saturday when it fell in four games — 19-25, 21-25, 25-19, 16-25 — to the Star Valley Lady Braves in the Wyoming Class 4A third place match.
Thursday, first-year Bolts coach Jade Moser said she hoped that her team would finish in sixth place at the Class 4A state swimming and diving meet based off her team and how other teams had performed.
On a cold, rainy and windy night at Thunder Basin stadium, it came down to one play in the final minute to decide a Friday Wyoming Class 4A semifinals showdown with Thunder Basin and Sheridan.
Laramie won the Class 4A girls state swimming and diving team championship Friday in Laramie with 318 points. It is the Plainsmen's second straight team title and 13th overall.
Thunder Basin High School volleyball got off to a good start in the Wyoming Class 4A state tournament Thursday, beating Cody High School (25-5) 25-16, 25-22, 23-25, 25-15.
There wasn’t much to say after Saturday’s loss to Casper Natrona in the Class 4A East Regional volleyball tournament for Campbell County High School.
The Thunder Basin volleyball team took the Laramie Lady Plainsmen the distance Saturday in the Class 4A East Region championship match, but didn’t have quite enough to get over the top.
Campbell County School District officials are considering a request to look at adding girls fastpitch softball to the sports it offers at the secondary level in Gillette.
Thunder Basin High School’s first home playoff football game Friday played out the same as many of the Bolts’ other eight wins this season — a blowout.
For the first time in two years, Gillette will host a high school football playoff game when Class 4A No. 2-ranked Thunder Basin hosts the Cheyenne Central Indians at 6 p.m. Friday.