RAWLINS — It doesn’t matter how a team wins at the end of the regular season — only that it does.
LARAMIE — Rawlins High School senior Israel Chavez put together one of his best weekends on the 1-meter diving board to finish second at the Wyoming Class 3A State Swimming Meet in Laramie on Friday.
RAWLINS — No. 4 Rawlins High School boys basketball (5-1, 13-6) won’t know if they’ll have the No. 1 seed in the West at regionals, but the Outlaws do know that they can call themselves quadrant champions.
CARBON COUNTY — For Hanna-Elk Mountain-Medicine Bow, Encampment and Saratoga high schools, their seasons are pretty much set, but Rawlins and Little Snake River high schools can’t say the same.
CARBON COUNTY — It’s the last weekend of conference games for Carbon County’s girls basketball teams and most of the team’s are playing for their seeding in the regional tournament.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Neb. — The opportunity for six-man football players to be recognized in Wyoming as some of the best are limited, but three of Carbon County’s most talented athletes will get one last chance to shine on the gridiron.
RAWLINS — Rawlins High School boys swimming had one last chance for more of its swimmers to qualify for the 3A State Championship meet this weekend and succeeded.
SARATOGA — Kaycee High School boys basketball (6-0, 16-3) showed No. 3 Saratoga High School (5-3, 12-6) they can expect some competitive games beyond just the Southwest conference.
SARATOGA — Saratoga High School girls basketball (0-8, 3-15) played one of its best games of the season Saturday against Kaycee High School (3-2, 9-11), but couldn’t end its 10-game losing streak.
BUFFALO — After Friday night’s win over Worland High School (2-3, 6-9), Rawlins High School boys basketball (4-1, 12-6) head coach Denver Allard said if his team wanted to compete with No. 1 Buffalo High School (3-1, 14-4) on Saturday, they’d need to be able to run with them on the court.
BUFFALO — Rawlins High School girls basketball (3-2, 9-9) trailed for most of the game, but the Lady Outlaws never gave up and handed No. 4 Buffalo High School (3-1, 14-4) its first quadrant loss of the season in a 46-42 victory.
BAGGS — No. 2 Little Snake River Valley High School girls basketball (5-1, 14-5) made it through the first two games of the back half of its conference games.
BAGGS — Little Snake River Valley High School boys basketball (2-4, 17-2) might not have won both of its conference games during the weekend, but the Rattlers won the game that mattered most.
RAWLINS — It may have not been the start they wanted, but Rawlins High School boys basketball (3-1, 11-6) beat Worland High School (1-3, 5-9) for the second time this season.
RAWLINS — With less than a minute to play, Rawlins High School girls basketball (2-2, 8-9) senior McKayla Earl intercepted Worland High School’s (1-3, 5-9) inbound pass and put in an uncontested layup to put her team down 42-40.