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Miners hand Doggers a loss

The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) Miners football team was not the first team to score when they met the Lingle Doggers football team, but when the game was over, the Miners showed they are... Full story


Lady Miners raid Lady Vikings

The Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School Lady Miners met the Guernsey Lady Vikings for the second time this season and won the match decisively. The first game was close with a score of 25-21. “We started a bit slow in our first... Full story


Panthers pull comeback

A slow start may have plagued the Saratoga Panthers football team yet again during its outing in Fremont County to take on the Shoshoni Wranglers, but that didn’t stop the team from coming back and taking their second conference win. After finding... Full story


Cross country top team in Wheatland

Saratoga Middle/High School's cross country team hit the ground running at the Wheatland Invitational Friday, taking top-ranked finishes for the runners, and earning the top team ranking at the... Full story


Panthers take homecoming game from Chiefs 47-6

The Saratoga Panthers football team may have gotten off to a few slow starts in its early games this season, but at its homecoming game Friday, the team resoundingly dominated their opponent from the... Full story


Illness hurts Miners in exhibition loss

Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow High School (HEM) Football played an exhibition game with Cheyenne South for Homecoming when Rock River High School forfeited. The Bisons from Cheyenne brought younge... Full story


X-Country eats up home cooking

For its homecoming week, the Saratoga Middle/High School (SMHS) cross country team came home to host cross country teams from around the region during the Shana Ward Invitational, which was held... Full story


Lady Panthers drop two

The Lady Panthers may not have had the kind of homecoming weekend they were hoping for, but a strong finish against the Pronghorns of Farson-Eden buoyed spirits some. The Lady Panthers faced off Frida... Full story


Lady Tigers split weekend

The Encampment Lady Tigers had a busy week at home where they faced the Farson-Eden Pronghorns Friday and the Cokeville Panthers Saturday. The Tigers bested Farson-Eden Friday in four games. The... Full story


Lady Miners win heated sets

"I am exhausted, I don't know if they are," Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School Volleyball Coach Jackie Jones said after her team beat Wyoming Indian School in five long sets.... Full story


Wright does no wrong in win over Saratoga

Gray clouds blew into the Valley Friday afternoon, and as the occasional drops of rain fell on the field at Saratoga Middle/High School, the Panther football team was busy trying to find the... Full story


Miners fall to defending champs

Hanna-Elk Mountain- Medicine Bow (HEM) High School football coach Zach Scott told the Sun at the beginning of the year he knew his team had young players and many of his opponents were senior heavy. Such was the case of defending state champs, the... Full story


X-Country treks to Liberty Bell

The Saratoga High School cross country team went on a road trip to the Centennial State of Colorado Friday to compete in the Liberty Bell Invitational in Littleton. The invite, which was the 40th annual, is one of the largest in the Rocky Mountain... Full story


Lady Panthers narrowly drop sets

The Saratoga Lady Panthers traveled to Sweetwater county over the weekend to take on the Lady Pronghorns of Farson-Eden High School. The Panthers walked away from the match having lost, but by slim margins. The Lady Panthers forced the Pronghorns... Full story


Lady Miners make comeback

The first set the Hanna-Elk Mountain-Medicine Bow (HEM) Lady Miners lost to the Guernsey-Sunrise Lady Vikings 14 to 25 in the gym of HEM High School. The home crowd was quiet at the end of the set. Coach Jackie Jones worried her young team could... Full story


Lady Tigers fall to rival Rattlers

The Encampment Lady Tigers faced off Friday against the Little Snake River Valley Lady Rattlers, the defending champions from 2016. The Tigers gave up the match to the Rattlers, losing in three sets with scores of 17-25, 20-25 and 15-25. The loss... Full story


Saratoga, Hanna meet at the net

The Saratoga Lady Panthers had a busy week, facing off against the Wildcats of North Park High School in Walden Thursday, and against the Hanna-Elk Mountain-Medicine Bow Lady Miners Friday. The Panthe... Full story


Lady Miners take losses, gain experience in learning season

The Hanna–Elk Mountain–Medicine Bow (HEM) girls' volleyball team had flashes of being really good against Saratoga's Lady Panthers, but came up on the losing side when it was all over. In the... Full story


Strong Panther defense can't hold Rangers

The Saratoga Panthers hit the gridiron at Kemmerer over the weekend, but a strong defensive effort was not enough to allow the cats to claw their way to victory over the 2A Kemmerer Rangers. The Panthers were shutdown by a score of 34-0 against... Full story


HEM crushes St. Stephens

The Hanna–Elk Mountain–Medicine Bow, (HEM) Miners football team destroyed the St. Stephens Eagles 57 to 2. "Week one game was a good learning experience. We needed to get out a play to see where... Full story


X-Country takes off in Sinclair

The Saratoga Middle/High School (SMHS) cross country team participated in the Rawlins Invite this weekend. The invite, the second of the year for the team, was held at Sinclair Golf Course. High school varsity boys competed in the 5K at the event, an... Full story


Panthers defense aids in scrimmage win

While the Saratoga Invite volleyball tournament went on down the hill, the Saratoga High School football team scrimmaged against the junior varsity team of Laramie in the first game of the 2017 season. Even though the game was a scrimmage and will... Full story


Panthers place in first meet

The SMHS cross country team met Friday in Green River for the Green River Invite. The first meet of the year allowed the Panthers to get started on the season after months of summer vacation and the off-season. Senior Ashlynn Johnston, the only high... Full story


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