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HANNA – The Miners hosted the Rawlins JV team on Tuesday. HEM hadn’t played since a loss in Cheyenne against Cheyenne East’s JV squad on Jan. 7. It was evident the Miners didn’t want the same outcome, as they came out running. This game started fast-paced and stayed that way through all four…

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HANNA – The Hanna-Elk Mountain-Medicine Bow wrestling team got in a lot of wrestling this past weekend. The wrestlers traveled to North Park, Colo. then back to the Cowboy State for the Shane Shatto Memorial Tournament in Douglas.

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RAWLINS – This past weekend witnessed a sort of basketball rollercoaster ride from Rawlins girls basketball. It had its fair share of ups. It had its fair share of downs.

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SARATOGA – The Saratoga grapplers traveled to Shoshoni this past weekend for the Zach Parish Memorial Tournament.

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SARATOGA — The atmosphere was intense Thursday night in the full gymnasium they call “The Panther Den.” With the girls’ game being a close, hard-fought battle, the crowd was already full of energy heading into the boys’ game.

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SARATOGA – The Panther den was packed Thursday night when Saratoga hosted the Encampment Tigers. As expected, these rivalry teams gave their fans a good show.

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With the Christmas break behind us, all the 1A schools will be focusing on conference play as they make the push for regional seeding. As expected, Carbon County is giving the rest of the state a run for their money on the basketball court.

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GREEN RIVER – Nothing indicates the holidays are over quite like having to weigh in and, hopefully, not be too surprised by the number that registers.

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SWEETWATER COUNTY – They’ve gotten off to an above-the-cut start to the season, but the Flaming Gorge Classic poured a bit of a damper on it.

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CHEYENNE– If you walked down the hallways of Rawlins High School on Monday morning it would have been easy to pick out the Outlaws wrestlers from the rest of the student body. Black eyes, scratched faces and bodies beaten, bruised and sore are a few of the tell-tale signs that high school wr…