The new SnapSports flooring at Cam-plex will get its first test run Saturday and Sunday when 62 teams ranging from ages 8 to 50 will come to Gillette for the K2 Technologies “Clash at Cam-plex” tournament.
Ethan Evert didn’t hesitate explaining his expectations for the upcoming Pacific Northwest Babe Ruth Age 16-18 regional tournament.
Tony Wille, the owner of High Plains Builders in Gillette, and Steve Spear, Wille’s project manager at High Plains Builders, have another passion that they’ve been building on the last few years.
LARAMIE — A year ago at this time, former Wyoming tight end Jacob Hollister was training in Fayetteville, Arkansas, with his twin brother, Cody, preparing for his NFL Pro Timing Day in Laramie in March.
There is only one hard and fast rule for Philadelphia Eagles fan Ryan Schrock’s Super Bowl viewing party Sunday.
The Campbell County Schools Aquatic Center experienced a perpetual sense of motion over the weekend, both in and outside the swimming facility.
There weren’t any official times kept, no finishes were recorded and an accurate head count wasn’t available. The standing Daktronics clock that usually keeps time at 5K races had frozen at 1 hour, 9 minutes and 9 seconds.
Alex King is in a familiar spot with the University of Utah hockey team.
Sabrena Divis isn’t your typical special education elementary teacher.
Brittney Elkin is living out a dream Friday at the Winstar Casino in Thackerville, Oklahoma.
Sydney Wendt set a simple goal before Tuesday’s 4-mile run to kick off the Fourth of July festivities in Gillette.
Next year, whoever wants to win the annual Fourth of July mud volleyball tournament may want to talk with Dalton McCann.
There won’t be any high-point individual winners or team scores after Sunday at the conclusion of the Gillette Summer Spectacular Swim Meet.
A three-time major titles winning bowler will be in Gillette on Saturday.
Taylor Holst grew up in Gillette and after graduating from Hastings College in 2015 moved to Las Vegas to teach.
In January, John Chick signed with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League.
Coach Phil Rehard had no complaints about his Gillette Gators USA swimming team’s weekend performance at the Gillette Aquatic Center.
Hugs, not handshakes, were the way to greet Debbie McLeland, Jim McLeland and Nathan McLeland on Friday at the Memory for the 8 run/walk at Gillette-based M&K Oil Co.
For most people, getting married and being inducted into a college athletics hall of fame are lifetime achievements.
Most kids in middle school don’t know what they want to do for the rest of their lives.
The ninth annual Swing for the Cure golf tournament at Bell Nob Golf Club on Saturday brought out even more golfers than 2015. Attendance was up from 110 last year to 120 for the breast cancer awareness outing.
The Gillette Gators USA club swimming team has won the last 28 long-course and short-course state titles. No. 29 is all but guaranteed to take place Sunday at the Campbell County Aquatic Center.
Campbell County well represented at annual WCA all-star games Saturday
Tom Lynch of Gillette wasn’t sure how to react July 15 on the ninth hole of the Gillette Golf Course.
As the sun slid out of view July 1 at Bell Nob Golf Course, the fun was just getting started.
Gillette Legion baseball coach Nate Perleberg may need to check his eligibility requirements.
With rain, wind and possibly lightning in the area, the final point of the Gillette Mud Volleyball Tournament at Bicentennial Park on Monday was finished with a bit of thunder.
Michelle McGeary and Nathan Phillips, two former CCHS soccer standouts, came back to their hometown Monday to celebrate the Fourth of July.
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Golden State Warriors want to lure Kevin Durant and put even more offense on the floor.
Gillette Gators coach Phil Rehard predicted earlier in the week that his team’s new swimmers to long-course meets might struggle with the length of the pool.
White’s Frontier Motors 2-mile run
Ominous dark clouds hung over White’s Frontier Motors on Thursday at the start of an annual 2-mile road race. The weather threat didn’t dampen the second leg of five in the Campbell County Recreation Center’s “Feet Don’t Fail Me Now” road-race series.
Saturday’s race was more than just an ordinary 5K or 3.1-mile run-walk for Amy Cook.
All his life, Rulon Gardner has been proving people wrong.
Tuesday was a night of learning at the Gillette Aquatic Center for all of those involved in the Gator Chomp swim meet.
Jay Novacek, a former NFL all-pro tight end with the Dallas Cowboys, visited Gillette for an autograph signing Monday at the new Menards, located at 1051 E. Lakeway Road.
If there’s one thing that can be said about Campbell County, it’s that runners are never bored.