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Rochelle golf lessons valuable for students, teacher

Rochelle golf lessons valuable for students, teacher

By John Roark sports@rawlinstimes.com   For all the obvious reasons, summer’s the best time for most golf course professionals, but Rawlins’ outdoor months mean even more for Rochelle Ranch pro Kevin Gannon. Gannon’s spending the next month conducting Junior Golf and Start Smart Golf classes. The five-week courses began Thursday morning. Classes are held weekly, […]

Encampment’s Powell, Saratoga’s Oiler win state track titles Friday

Encampment’s Powell, Saratoga’s Oiler win state track titles Friday

By John Roark sports@rawlinstimes.com CASPER — After two of three days of competition at the Wyoming state high school track and field championships, three of five Carbon County schools are bringing home gold medalists from Casper Kelly Walsh’s Harry Geldien Stadium. After Little Snake River Valley’s girls’ 4×8 relay claimed a title Thursday, two more […]

Outlaws soccer hopes to turn tables in 3A state qualifier

Outlaws soccer hopes to turn tables in 3A state qualifier

By John Roark sports@rawlinstimes.com At some point, the worm has to turn for Rawlins High School’s boys’ soccer team. During the past three seasons, the Outlaws have been eliminated in Class 3A state qualifying, each time by a goal. And at some point, RHS coach Christian Mills believes things are going to fall his team’s […]

Lady Rattlers’ 4×8 relay dominates

Lady Rattlers’ 4×8 relay dominates

By John Roark sports@rawlinstimes.com CASPER — During this time of year, talk often drifts back to Secretariat’s 31-length victory in the 1973 Belmont Stakes. Thursday in Casper, Little Snake River Valley’s girls’ 4×8 relay tried its best to pay homage to Big Red’s famous run. Grabbing the lead at the outset and pouring on the […]

County track teams qualify additional entries for state meet

County track teams qualify additional entries for state meet

  By John Roark sports@rawlinstimes.com WHEATLAND — The weekend’s regional meets served as a last chance for track and field athletes to qualify for the state finals in Casper. In Class 3A, Rawlins High School’s Lady Outlaws were able to advance three individuals and a relay, while Carbon County’s smaller schools did quite well at […]

Outlaws best Pinedale in overtime; Lady Outlaws fall

Outlaws best Pinedale in overtime; Lady Outlaws fall

  By John Roark sports@rawlinstimes.com Rawlins High School boys’ soccer coach Christian Mills’ nerves were likely getting the best of him late Saturday afternoon at Outlaw Stadium. After seemingly having things in hand late in regulation with a 2-1 edge on visiting Pinedale, the Outlaws surrendered a defender-deflected goal that eventually forced overtime. Then, after […]

HEM, Saratoga have multiple qualifiers on opening day of Sheridan 1A-2A track regional

By John Roark sports@rawlinstimes.com SHERIDAN — Following Friday’s first day of competition at the Sheridan Class 1A-2A track regionals, Hanna-Elk Mountain-Medicine Bow and Saratoga both advanced several individuals for next week’s state meet. The top nine placers and top four relays advance to next week’s state finals. In Class 1A, HEM’s Lady Miners advanced the […]

RMS boys’ swim/dive team finishes second at conference

Staff report RIVERTON — Posting personal bests in 31 of 51 entries — and despite not winning an event — Rawlins Middle School’s boys’ swim and dive team finished second in the season-ending North Middle School Conference meet held May 9. Green River, a Class 4A school in the prep ranks, won the team title […]

Generals drop season-opening twin bill at Riverton

By John Roark sports@rawlinstimes.com RIVERTON — A boatload of errors proved costly in the opener, while the Rawlins American Legion Post 122 baseball team couldn’t muster enough second-game offense in dropping a season-opening doubleheader at Riverton. Jon McNees’ Generals lost 14-2 in the first game — allowing nine earned runs — while falling 5-3 in […]

Krening verbally commits to Sheridan College

Krening verbally commits to Sheridan College

  By John Roark sports@rawlinstimes.com When asked what would make him a better player at the college level, Rawlins High School senior basketball standout Jalen Krening didn’t waste time answering. “I have to develop my jump shot, so that I won’t be so one-dimensional,” Krening said Thursday morning after announcing he’d verbally committed to Sheridan […]

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