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 By Mike Armstrong    Sports    June 21, 2017 

Neimark set to 'kick it'

The rosters are set for the Six-Man Shootout All-Star game between Wyoming and Nebraska's best small-school football players. The sixth Nebraska-Wyoming Shootout Six-Man football game will be June 24...

 

Saratoga strong at state

The Saratoga Panthers rolled into Casper last week for track and field state finals and came away strong, with a plethora of top 10 finishes and a first-place All State champion for their efforts. The team was one of the largest track teams at...

 

Tigers shine at cloudy meet

Wyoming’s mercurial spring weather brought cold temperatures and snow to track and field state finals in Casper over the weekend, but neither the cold nor the wet could stop the Encampment Tigers who had four of nine athletes take home first...

 

Coal Country Champion

Hanna-Elk Mountain-Medicine Bow (HEM) High School has bragging rights in two events won by Shane McGraw. He took first in both the 400-meter dash with a time of 51.18 and the 800-meter dash at 2:01.73. “We are honored to have our two event State...

 

Tigers chase awards, overtake records

The Regional track meet in Lander proved a fertile hunting ground for the Encampment Tigers track team, who took top honors, set records and sent 15 of 18 athletes on the team to the State finals in Casper. “I’m very pleased and proud of the...

 

Panthers put pawprints on regionals

At the regional track competition in Lander, the Saratoga Panthers turned in top team performances with plenty of athletes taking home individual accolades. The Lady Panthers team score of 74 was good for third place at Regionals, a large meet with...

 
 By Mike Armstrong    Sports    May 17, 2017

HEM sends entire track team to State

“I could burst,” said Hanna-Elk Mountain-Medicine Bow (HEM) high school track coach Jackie Jones. She was commenting about how the entire track team made state. Of the good showing in Gillette over the weekend Jones said, “Over the weekend the...

 
 By Mike Armstrong    Sports    May 10, 2017

Neimark places first in triple jump at two meets

Hanna–Elk Mountain–Medicine Bow (HEM) High School’s Jarrett Neimark won first place for the triple jump with 40’3” at the Wheatland Invite on May 2 and the Thermopolis Bobcat invite on May 5 with 41’04.25”. Conor McGraw also took a...

 

Panthers look for more State

The Saratoga Panther Track team came home Saturday from a busy last weekend of the 2017 track season, after road trips to Thermopolis and Lander. The two contests represented the last meets of the regular season for the Panther team, which this year...

 

Traveling Tigers trip top times

The Encampment Tiger track team had a busy final weekend for the regular season, with a meet Friday in Thermopolis and another meet Saturday in Lander. Two top-10 ranked Tigers, senior McKenzie Powell and freshman Reid Schroeder also attended the...

 

Tigers take tops for track

Saturday was cold and gray at the Burt Willford Invite at Saratoga High School's track, and the flurries were flying toward the end of the meet, but that didn't stop the Encampment High School track...

 

Saratoga feels at home

After being canceled last year because of weather, the Burt Willford Invite track meet went off without a hitch at Saratoga High School (SHS), hosting a bevy of teams from around the region. Even...

 

HEM takes missed meets in stride

Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School track had to cancel their scheduled meet in Pinedale April 28 and in Kemmerer on April 29 due to unstable weather on those days. “I always say, we owe a lot to these kids who come out to this...

 

Panthers back in swing

Saratoga High School’s track team hit the field this week after a relaxing spring break spent with family, or on a class trip to Europe. Even though the team’s originally scheduled meet in Douglas was canceled due to weather, the Panthers found...

 

Tigers take strides

The Tigers of Encampment High School roared out of vacation Friday to turn in some strong times and distances at the Green River Invitational. The Lady Tigers did particularly well at the meet. Senior McKenzie Powell took second in the 400-meter dash...

 

Neimark hits the mark

Hanna–Elk Mountain–Medicine Bow (HEM) High School track had some great results in the Green River Invitational April 21. Jarrett Neimark won the triple jump for the second time at an invitational with a mark of 42’-05.50” and Shane McGraw...

 

Younger Panthers get chance to run

A high school trip to Europe for spring break meant a smaller group of athletes from Saratoga High School (SHS) were fielded this weekend at two meets east of here in Cheyenne and Guernsey. The team, whose roster was truncated by the European...

 

Encampment runs down records

School records fell and athletes earned their ways to State after the Encampment Tigers Track Team spent the weekend in Cheyenne and Guernsey for two meets that marked the halfway point of the team’s season. At the Okie Blanchard Invite in...

 

Hanna track makes strides

The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) high school track team had two meets this weekend. The team went to Cheyenne East on April 7. Jarrett Neimark competed in the varsity division and placed third in the triple jump. The rest of athletes...

 
 By Mike Armstrong    Sports    April 5, 2017

HEM jumping to get on track

The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School Miners track team went to Rock Springs on Saturday, to compete for the first time this season. Big Piney Invitational the previous week and...

 

Stuck on the blocks

The unpredictable spring weather in Wyoming conspired to deny Encampment High School’s track team the opportunity to shine over the weekend, as both meets the team planned on attending were nixed due to weather. The March 31 meet in Rawlins, the...

 

Panthers rack up state berths

But for a last-minute decision to head West to Rock Springs, Saratoga High School’s tracksters might have taken the weekend off after scheduled meets were canceled due to weather. At the Rock Springs meet, several Panthers earned rights to compete...

 

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