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The Rawlins High School wrestling team competed in the 2021 Thoman Soda Ash Memorial tournament in Green River on Saturday. Outlaws junior Blayne Coleman walked away with what would be considered the win of the day after beating Campbell County’s Colt Welsh. Welsh is currently the No. 1 rank…

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The Rawlins High School wrestling team was back in action in Lyman on Friday. Following a couple weeks off due to winter break, the team had a strong showing against Lyman, Mountain View and Pinedale. A handful of Outlaws wrestlers went undefeated on the day and Outlaws freshman Sage Lonn no…

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A handful of Rawlins Middle School wrestlers competed in the Wyoming Amateur Wrestling Association’s (WAWA) Middle School State Tournament in Green River on Dec. 20, 2020. RMS sixth grader Hudson Baker was the sole state champion after he won the 75 pound bracket.

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The Rawlins High School wrestling team was busy on Friday and Saturday. On Friday morning, the team hit the road to Cheyenne to face off against South, Central and East high schools. Following that, the Outlaws headed home to prepare for their home opener on Saturday.

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The Rawlins High School wrestling team hit the mat on Saturday at Cheyenne South High School for the annual Charlie Lake Invitational. Following a delayed start to the season, the Outlaws came out strong and picked up two dual victories, with three wrestlers ending the day undefeated.

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The Rawlins High School wrestling team will be young this year but talented. Even with the bulk of the team being made up of freshmen and sophomores, head coach Nate Lee has high expectations for his squad.

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CASPER – Hanna-Elk Mountain-Medicine Bow and Saratoga wrestlers competed during the 2020 Wyoming State Wrestling Tournament in Casper this past weekend.

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CASPER – On Saturday, the Rawlins High School wrestling team was the embodiment of the old sentiment “when the going gets tough, the tough get going.” The Outlaws definitely found themselves in a tough spot during the opening round of day two of the WHSAA 3A State Wrestling Tournament at the…

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BUFFALO – The Rawlins High School wrestling team traveled north to Buffalo for the 3A East Regional wrestling tournament on Friday and Saturday. The Outlaws returned home with one finalist and nine state qualifiers who will set their sights on a state title next weekend in Casper at the WHSA…

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CARBON COUNTY – If you’re familiar with the sport of wrestling, you know what it means when someone says they’re “from a wrestling family.” This designation usually means most weekends are spent in the family vehicle, on the road to wrestling tournaments.

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RIVERTON – Robert Flores was on a mission in Riverton this past weekend. The 152-pound Rawlins High School junior found himself unseeded in arguably the toughest tournament in the state: the 2020 Ron Thon Memorial Invitational.

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RAWLINS – Thursday night marked one of the final times Rawlins High School wrestler Levi Bezold will wrestle on his home mat. The 145-pound senior is in the final weeks of his season and was the only senior to win his varsity match on senior night against the combined Burns/Pine Bluffs wrest…

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VERNAL, Utah – High school wrestlers from Rawlins were busy competing on Friday and Saturday in Vernal, Utah. Rawlins Outlaws wrestlers made the journey across the state line for the prestigious Tournament of Champions hosted by Uintah High School.

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

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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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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…