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RAWLINS – The parking lot at Rawlins High School is both the busiest and the loneliest place in town on a Friday afternoon.

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BOISE, Id. – Yes, we know. Rawlins junior Sydney Thorvaldson once again defied the law of physics and showed just how insanely fast she truly is.

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Here we are now gearing up for the long haul of winter. Anybody who has lived in Wyoming for six minutes knows the extreme winter weather we encounter here in the Cowboy state. The temptation is to find somewhere warm, and hibernate. I was thinking about this as the freeway was closed yet ag…

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LARAMIE – The Little Snake River Valley Rattlers overwhelm the Hanna-Elk Mountain-Medicine Bow Miners Saturday with the final score reading 71-38. This game lived up to its hype, pitting the two best six-man teams against each other in a slug fest.

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LARAMIE – Hanna-Elk Mountain-Medicine Bow snapped Little Snake River Valley’s shutout streak, but it didn’t have an answer for Riggen Myers.

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LARAMIE – North County vs. South County, East v. West, unbeaten v. unbeaten, #1 offense v. #1 defense, Hanna-Elk Mountain-Medicine Bow v. Little Snake River Valley.

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GILLETTE – To conclude her senior season, Rawlins diver Jordan Kelley splashed into the pool Nov. 7-Nov. 8 at Campbell County High School to take a respectable sixth place state 3A finish.

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RAWLINS – Following a banner senior campaign that included a regional championship, state title, and 3A southeast conference player of the year honors, Jordan Jerome signed her national letter of intent to play college volleyball on Friday.

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As the 2019 volleyball season came to an end, there were numerous Carbon County athletes receiving post season honors. When you combine all the five schools, Carbon County boasts 19 All-Conference and 8 All-State selections. Here is a breakdown of the four 1A schools. Stats provided by Wyopr…

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CASPER – Out of the five schools in Carbon county, four of them represented the county in Championship tournament play. All would do a good job showing the Cowboy state that Carbon county has some special athletes.

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HANNA – The Hanna-Elk Mountain-Medicine Bow football team hosted a semifinal football game Friday against the Lingle-Ft. Laramie Doggers.

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CASPER – The Rawlins Outlaws left no doubt about who the best team is in Wyoming class 3A volleyball.

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BAGGS – The No. 1-ranked Little Snake River Valley Rattlers hosted the Hulett Red Devils in 1A six-man semifinals football Saturday. The Rattlers put their state history making defense up against a Hulett offense that averaged over 50 points per game (when averaging games played, they had tw…

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HEM volleyball qualifiesWHEATLAND – Hanna-Elk Mountain-Medicine Bow volleyball nabbed third place at the 1A East regionals from this past weekend in Wheatland, qualifying them for the opening state championship round tomorrow in Casper.