The Campbell County High School boys basketball team improved to 5-2 on the season with a 69-31 win at Gering, Nebraska, on Saturday afternoon.
The Campbell County High School wrestling team traveled to Green River for the Thoman Soda Ash Memorial Tournament this weekend and posted a 1-5 record on the mat.
The No. 1-ranked Thunder Basin High School girls basketball team improved to 7-1 on the season with a 55-37 win over No. 5-ranked Green River on Saturday afternoon.
After beating the No. 1-ranked team in Class 4A Friday, the Thunder Basin High School boys basketball team kept the momentum going by beating Green River 73-54 at home Saturday afternoon.
The Thunder Basin High School indoor track team started the season Saturday morning at the Campbell County Recreation Center Field House with both the boys and girls placing second.
The Campbell County High School indoor track team began its season at the Campbell County Recreation Center Field House on Friday morning, with the girls placing second and the boys third.
The No. 4-ranked Thunder Basin High School boys basketball team upset the state's top team Friday night, beating the No. 1-ranked Cheyenne Central Indians 54-46.
The No. 1-ranked Thunder Basin High School girls basketball team earned a dominant win over the No. 4-ranked Cheyenne Central Indians on Friday afternoon, 71-48.
While attendance in the Campbell County Aquatic Center was limited over the weekend, the talent was not as the Campbell County and Thunder Basin high school boys swim teams hosted the Laramie Quad and the Gillette Invite.
The Thunder Basin High School wrestling team came out of the annual Shane Shatto Memorial Tournament in Douglas with a 4-2 record on the weekend.
For the third time in his four-year stint at Thunder Basin High School, varsity football coach Trent Pikula will be coaching in the annual Wyoming Shrine Bowl.
Wyoming's National Football Foundation Chapter announced its 96 nominations for the scholar-athlete awards Wednesday, with 21 student-athletes from Campbell County and Thunder Basin high schools receiving nominations.
After a long two-week break, the Campbell County and Thunder Basin high school boys swimming and diving teams returned to action at the Campbell County Aquatic Center this past weekend.
The Gillette Wild junior hockey team were burned by the red-hot Sheridan Hawks twice to start the New Year, dropping a pair of weekend games on the road 6-3 Friday and Saturday.
Matthew Mors has been on Yankton High School’s varsity basketball team since seventh grade. He’s been in the starting lineup since eighth grade.
With Christmas in the rear-view mirror and the start of a new year, the full force of a Wyoming winter still lies ahead. But the cold, windy weather the state has become know for has been taking its time arriving.
The Campbell County High School boys basketball team faced an enormous challenge Wednesday afternoon in the I-90 Challenge Basketball Tournament. Facing a 6-foot-7 forward named Matthew Mors, the Camels fell to Yankton High School (South Dakota) 77-64.
The Thunder Basin High School boys basketball team lives and dies by the 3-pointer, and the Bolts stumbled into a loss because of it during a 62-46 loss to Mitchell (South Dakota) Wednesday afternoon.
It wasn't pretty at the end, but the Bolts were able to come away with a 2-0 showing at the I-90 Challenge Basketball Challenge after a 49-48 win over Mitchell (South Dakota) Wednesday afternoon.
Tuesday night was by far the toughest test for the No. 3-ranked Thunder Basin High School boys basketball team so far this season. Going against a University of Wisconsin commit who stands at 6-foot-7, the Bolts fell to Yankton High School (South Dakota) 65-50 for the team's first loss of th…
The Gillette Wild junior hockey team reports averaging 394 fans in 22 home games last season, a total attendance of 8,667, according to the team’s website. The season before that, the Wild averaged 443 fans a game for a total attendance of 9,746.
Coming out of halftime down 29-26, the Thunder Basin High School girls basketball team needed a spark to claw their way back into the lead over Bridgewater-Emery (South Dakota). That spark was the Bolts' defense, which helped them get to 4-1 on the season with a 62-50 win over the Huskies Tuesday.
Through the first four games of the season, four players on Campbell County High School’s boys basketball team have combined to score 84% of the team’s points.
When one player scores 38 points in a game, the question becomes how involved were his four teammates with him on the court? Is he just chucking up shots and hoping they fall?
The Gillette Hockey Association, an amateur youth hockey organization based in Gillette, has changed its team name from the Gillette Wild to the Gillette Grizzlies beginning this season.
Last year, the Pat Weede Invitational Wrestling Tournament hosted four out-of-state teams and four Wyoming schools. Because of COVID-19, the annual tournament was forced to adapt to health guidelines by pooling together seven Wyoming teams and one from out of state to compete against one another.
The Campbell County High School girls and boys basketball teams traveled to Green River and Rock Springs to compete in the Flaming Gorge Classic Basketball Tournament over the weekend.
The Thunder Basin High School boys and girls basketball teams both finished 2-0 in Rock Springs and Green River for the Flaming Gorge Classic Basketball Tournament over the weekend.
The Campbell County and Thunder Basin high school boys swimming and diving teams competed in three meets on the road last week, including the Sheridan Dual, Buffalo Quad and East Double Duals.
The first weekend of high school basketball is usually an exciting time for both Gillette Class 4A programs. This season, in a year dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic, the opening weekend of basketball was still exciting, but also bizarre for all involved.
The Campbell County High School boys basketball continued its hot start to the season with a 67-61 win over Rock Springs Saturday to improve to 4-0 on the season. The Camels were 2-0 at the Flaming Gorge Classic Basketball Tournament in Green River/Rock Springs.
Xander Beeson was a force at tight end for the Campbell County High School football team over his four seasons with the Camels. But CCHS coach Andrew Rose didn’t always think it would work out that way.
The Thunder Basin High School boys basketball team earned a tough win over Westside (Idaho) to improve to 4-0 on the season Saturday afternoon. The Bolts were a perfect 2-0 at the Flaming Gorge Classic Basketball Tournament in Green River/Rock Springs this weekend.
The Thunder Basin High School wrestling team continued its red-hot start to the season with two more dual wins at the Pat Weede Tournament in Gillette Saturday.
The Thunder Basin High School girls basketball team finished the Flaming Gorge Classic Basketball Tournament in Rock Springs/Green River with a 2-0 record after beating Star Valley 56-34 Saturday afternoon.
The Campbell County High School girls basketball team bounced back from a 44-42 loss to Green River Friday with a 58-45 win over Rock Springs Saturday.