Four Gillette prep volleyball players have received postseason accolades for the 2019 season — three from Class 4A state runner-up Thunder Basin and one from Campbell County High School.
Chadron State College quarterback and Campbell County High School alumnus Dalton Holst tied the program record for passing touchdowns in a season on Saturday during a 53-48 victory over South Dakota School of Mines and Technology (2-8).
Thunder Basin senior quarterback Mason Hamilton hasn’t been ruled out of Saturday’s state championship football game against Sheridan. TBHS coach Trent Pikula said the team and trainers are taking it “day by day” this week during practice.
The Gillette College men’s basketball team is off to another fast start after playing its third and fourth games over the weekend. The Pronghorns were playing in a tournament in Devils Lake, North Dakota, and took down both their opponents.
Gillette’s only first place finisher on Saturday at the Class 4A state girls swimming meet featured an underclassman who had already been on the top of the podium there.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Chase Cord threw for 190 yards and a touchdown, Eric Sachse kicked a 28-yard field goal in overtime and No. 21 Boise State rallied to beat Wyoming 20-17 on Saturday night.
Mason Hamilton was having his best game of the season Friday night in the state semifinal, before a big hit forced him to slowly walk off the field late in the second quarter with his right arm hanging at his side.
Thunder Basin High School's dreams of a Class 4A state volleyball title looked doomed after the first two sets Friday night during the semifinal in Casper. A wild comeback changed everything, though, and the Bolts found a way to win in five sets.
Nearly three weeks out from Thanksgiving, a hungry Thunder Basin High football team feasted on roast Thunderbird on Friday to remain undefeated and advance to the Class 4A state championship game.
Opposing players hate lining up across from Caleb Driskill. One by one, the state’s top offensive players have been left splayed on the turf at the hands of Thunder Basin’s tough-as-nails linebacker.
The Gillette College women’s soccer team earned a spot in the NJCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Championship with a victory over No. 13 Iowa Western on Friday.
Grouped in a circle, singing songs and drinking root beer floats. That’s how the Thunder Basin volleyball team spent the final session of the season’s last practice Wednesday.
Gillette College’s first-year women’s basketball coach Liz Lewis had a difficult task in finding enough freshmen for the upcoming season when she was selected for the position in June.
The Gillette College women’s soccer team defeated Laramie County Community College 1-0 in the NJCAA Region IX Championship on Sunday in Denver.
Not many expected to hear the words “we’ve got ourselves a game” at halftime Friday night of the first-round high school playoff playoff game between the No. 1-seeded Thunder Basin Bolts and the No. 8 Campbell County Camels.
The wait for a meaningful game for the Gillette College men’s basketball team came to and end on Friday, when it tipped off the regular season in Casper. The Pronghorns took on Air Force Prep and Trinidad State Junior College and came away with a pair of tight wins.
The Pronghorn women’s basketball team opened its season 1-1 this weekend at Sheridan to play the Wyoming All-Stars and Rocky Mountain College JV team on Friday and Saturday.
Not many expected to hear the words “We’ve got ourselves a game” at halftime Friday night during the first-round playoff game between the No. 1 Bolts and the No. 8 Camels.
The Gillette College men’s basketball program is trying to regain its elite status in Region IX play following a 15-16 season in 2018-19.
Camels swim coach Phil Rehard let out a loud “Go!,” waved his arms and paced back and forth on the side of the pool when he saw sophomore Jaisley Mathes advance several lengths ahead of the other 500-yard freestyle swimmers at the Last Chance home meet Thursday at the Campbell County Aquatic…
Thunder Basin senior Blaine Allen grew up playing football with and against many of the Campbell County High School players. It’s a common theme leading up to Friday’s cross-town prep football playoff game.
Snowy weather conditions have made traveling the back roads in the Bighorn National Forest difficult or impossible in some areas, according to a National Forest Service statement.
Five possessions, four touchdowns. That’s how the Bolts started Friday night in Laramie as they closed out the regular season finale before it really got going.
Gillette College got an opportunity at revenge when Western Wyoming came to Pronghorn Field for the first round of Region 9 playoffs on Saturday.
The Thunder Basin High School football team wasn’t the only Bolts program vying for an undefeated record this weekend. The TBHS volleyball squad had a chance to complete a perfect two-year record (20-0) in 4A East Conference play Saturday, following a four-set win at Natrona County on Friday.
The Camels swimming and dive team had one last look at the 4A East competition this weekend. With two weeks until state, Campbell County High School made a strong showing at the conference meet Friday and Saturday in Cheyenne.