In the last two seasons, Campbell County High School wrestling fought every meet to stay out of last place.
The Cowboy State Games and Touch Of Gold Wrestling Club are teaming up Friday and Saturday to run a youth wrestling tournament at Sage Valley Junior High School.
The Bolts had only made three 3-pointers all game before draining two in the final 37 seconds of the fourth quarter that forced overtime and led to an improbable 71-66 win over Casper-Natrona.
The second week of high school indoor track and field in Wyoming brought competition to the Campbell County Recreation Center for the Gillette Indoor Track Invite on Friday.
Childhood friends and club teammates faced off against each other Saturday morning when the Thunder Basin and Campbell County high school swimming and diving teams dualed at their home pool.
The Thunder Basin and Campbell County swimming and diving teams hosted Laramie and Casper-Kelly Walsh high schools on Friday. The Camels took on Laramie and the Bolts faced Kelly Walsh, but the visitors won on both occasions.
The Cowboy State Games returned to Gillette this year with their first weekend of competition this weekend at Cam-plex with a softball and pickleball competition.
An 8-0 run gave the third-ranked Bolts a 54-45 lead with 2:45 left in the fourth quarter and all they had to do was be solid at the free throw line to beat No. 4 Sheridan.
Sturgis Brown High School made the most of its road trip from South Dakota by beating both of Gillette high school wrestling teams in duals Thursday night.
There are only two players on Gillette College men’s basketball team who were on the roster last season when Sheridan College beat the Pronghorns twice in Region IX play.
It didn’t take the Thunder Basin girls basketball team long to jump out to a huge lead during its first conference game of the season Friday night.
Ethan Hayes has been announced as the Gillette Wild’s new head coach and general manager for the 2020-21 North American Tier III Hockey League (NA3HL) season.
Gillette’s 18U boys varsity high school hockey team went undefeated in the state of Wyoming last season, taking 21 wins before claiming a second state championship in as many years.
The Cloud Peak Volleyball Club is hosting a 10-team volleyball tournament at Thunder Basin High School on Feb. 1. Registration ends on Jan. 28 and the fee is $120 per team.
Austin Fort, a Campbell County High School graduate and University of Wyoming football standout, was gaining steam as one of the surprises of the 2019 Denver Broncos training camp.
The Thunder Basin boys swimming and diving team hit the road for meets in Cheyenne and Laramie Friday and Saturday, but road conditions only allowed it to compete in one of those.
No. 25-ranked Gillette College women’s basketball won an 18-point victory Saturday over Northwest College to post the team’s seventh straight win and 18th on the season.
Early in the first half of Saturday’s Gillette College men’s basketball game against Northwest College, the Trappers kept within striking distance by knocking down 3-pointers.
The Bolts were carried to a 70-60 win Friday night by their starters. Saturday, it was the bench that came alive to give the Thunder Basin girls basketball team control at halftime.
Thunder Basin had a chance to see a bit of competition from the 4A West Friday night, as Green River High School (2-6) made the long trip across the state.
With a quarter left to play, the Camels held a 14-point lead at Campbell County High School. They didn’t need to play exceptionally well, or even good.
Thunder Basin had its way for most of the game Saturday, but T. F. Riggs High School made a run to start the fourth quarter to get within striking distance at 63-50.
Campbell County High School hung around through the first four matches Tuesday night before the cross-town Thunder Basin wrestling team pulled away for a 53-18 victory.
The Gillette College basketball teams continued a tradition this season of players and coaches visiting Paintbrush Elementary School to play games, answer questions, throw a pigskin around a little and be positive mentors for local kids.