CHEYENNE – Luke Macy has braced himself for the possibility of more days like Saturday.
Katie Marcheso scored two goals for the University of Wyoming’s women’s soccer team, but a late goal from Iowa handed the Cowgirls its first lost of the season, 3-2, on Sunday afternoon in Iowa City, Iowa.
CHEYENNE – Kayla Guerra gets her own hotel rooms.
This is the second of a season-long video series called 40-yard dash.
University of Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen goes through drills during practice Aug. 24 at War Memorial Stadium in Laramie. Shannon Broderick/Laramie Boomerang
The Laramie High School tennis teams opened the season and new on-campus courts with a home sweep of Torrington on Saturday.
Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of stories introducing the athletic facilities at the new Laramie High School. This story focuses on the new football stadium, practice field and locker room. Up next will be the swimming and diving pool.
Former Cheyenne American Legion Post 6 standout Brandon Nimmo went 1 for 4 with a RBI, a walk, a strikeout and two runs scored for the Las Vegas 51s in a 9-0 win over the Salt Lake Bees on Saturday night in Las Vegas.
The University of Wyoming women’s volleyball team dropped a four-set loss to Pac-12 member Washington State on Saturday at the Purdue Mortar Board Premier.
CHEYENNE – As much as children hate to hear it, mother really does know best.
Cheyenne South’s Nyira Wililams, right, attempts to block an attack by Casper Natrona County’s Grace DuBay during the second day of the Cheyenne Invitational on Saturday morning at Central High School. Photos by Blaine McCartney/Wyoming Tribune Eagle
CHEYENNE – No matter the sport, everyone loves making a big play, and a lot of the time it varies from athlete to athlete as far as what their favorite feeling is while competing.
CHEYENNE – Cheyenne Central junior Sammy Geyer came away with a first-place finish Saturday at the Gillette Pentathlon.
Fall camp for the University of Wyoming football team concluded with a scrimmage Saturday.
Third-year University of Wyoming football coach Craig Bohl talks to the media after the Cowboys' final scrimmage of fall camp Saturday. UW's top offensive and defensive units went up against the scout teams.
WyoSports writer David Watson of the Laramie Boomerang visits with Laramie high senior football players Isaiah Wookey and Idris Elias, and has them take you on a tour of the new football facilities at the new Laramie High, which opened earlier this week.
Information and video links to some of the players the University of Wyoming football program has offered scholarships or are targeting as part of its 2017 recruiting class.Video highlights are courtesy of hudl.com.The Cowboys received a verbal commitment Monday, June 27, from Logan Harris, a 6-foot-3, 255-pound lineman from Torrington High in Torrington. Harris earned Class 3A All-State honors last season. Harris plays along the offensive and defensive lines, but will likely play offensive line at UW.Will try to keep the tracker updated throughout the year, and also update when UW gets verbal commitments from any prospects.Here is more information on known recruits UW has scholarship offers out to:-- DB Brock Appiah, 6-0, 173, Edmond North HS, Edmond, Oklahoma: UW appears to be his third FBS offer as of May 27. Also has offers from Arkansas State and Toledo. Has 4.49-second speed in the 40-yard dash.-- OL/DL Patrick Arnold, 6-3, 290, Gretna HS, Gretna, Nebraska: Interest from eight FBS schools, including Iowa, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Duke and Wake Forest.--WR Jafar Armstrong, 6-0, 198, Bishop Miege HS, Shawnee Mission, Kansas: A three-start rating out of five by Rivals.com. Has offers from Wyoming, Illinois and Northern Illinois.-- WR Josh Babicz, 6-6, 220, Barrington HS, Barrington, Illinois: Plays quarterback and wide receiver in high school. Has 4.6-second speed in the 40-yard dash. UW was his first offer from a FBS school as of May 27, but has offers from several FCS schools.-- LS Adam Bay, 6-0, 210, Desert Ridge HS, Mesa, Arizona: Bay is ranked as the No. 1 long snapper in the nation among high school prospects by Kohls Kicking. He also has scholarship offers from Memphis and New Mexico.-- WR Judah Bell, 6-3, 181, Bishop T.K. Gorman HS, Tyler, Texas: A three-star prospect by 247sports.com, which also ranks him as the 99th-best wide receiver recruit in the country and 94th-best prospect in Texas. Has 12 scholarship offers through May 12. Along with UW, some of the other offers are from Houston, Memphis, SMU, Kansas and Navy.-- RB Hayden Blubaugh, 6-0, 182, Grandview HS, Aurora, Colorado: Also plays cornerback in high school. Been timed at 4.5 seconds in the 40-yard dash.-- DB Nico Bolden, 6-4, 195, Woodbury HS, Woodbury, Minnesota: A three-star rating out of five by Rivals.com. According to his highlight film, he runs a 4.56-second 40-yard dash. Also plays wide receiver.-- RB Chris Brooks, 5-10, 180, Newbury Park HS, Newbury Park, California: A three-star rating out of five by 247sports.com, who also ranks Brooks as the 99th-best recruit in California for the class of 2017, and the 67th-best running back in the country. UW is his sixth offer from a Mountain West school. Also has offers from Arizona and Washington State of the Pac-12.-- OL Collin Brown, 6-3, 315, Blue Hill HS, Blue Hill, Nebraska: Wyoming and Nebraska among FBS interest.-- TE Logan Christopherson, 6-6, 225, Lemont HS, Lemont, Illinois: A three-star rating out of five and the No. 19-ranked prospect in Illinois by Rivals.com. Six schools has offered him scholarships, including Illinois, Nevada and Syracuse.-- DE Luke Chuol, 6-3, 240, Centennial HS, Circle Pines, Minnesota: According to Rivals.com, UW is the first Football Bowl Subdivision school to offer him a scholarship, but he also has offers from Football Championship Series schools North Dakota State and South Dakota.-- ATH Damon Cole, 6-0, 175, El Cerrito HS, El Cerrito, California: Three-star rating by Rivals.com. Wyoming, Utah State and Hawaii of the Mountain West have offered him a scholarship. Utah and USC of the Pac-12 have shown interest. Is a wide receiver and cornerback in high school.-- TE Elijah Cooks, 6-5, 205, Atascadero HS, Astacadero, California: Plays quarterback and tight end in high school.-- QB Chase Cord, 6-3, 195, Sunrise Mountain HS, Peoria, Arizona. A three-star recruit by both Rivals.com and 247sports.com. Rivals ranks him as the 25th-best pro-style quarterback prospect in the nation and 12th-best recruit in Arizona. 247sports ranks him as the 26th-best pro-style quarterback in the nation and No. 11 among recruits in Arizona. UW was the 14th school to offer him a scholarship. Committed to Boise State May 30.-- ATH Trajon Cotton, 6-1, 180, Inderkum HS, Sacramento, California: A three-start rating out of five, and the 46th-best prospect in California by Rivals.com. Has offers from six Mountain West schools and six from the Pac-12. Plays safety and quarterback in high school.-- DB Christian Cumber, 6-0, 180. Received a three-star rating out of five by rivals.com and 247sports.com. UW is among eight schools who have offered him. Some of the others include Colorado, Colorado State, Nevada and Purdue. Timed at 4.62 in the 40-yard dash, and 247sports.com ranks him as the seventh-best recruit in Colorado and the 74th-best cornerback in the nation.-- WR/DB Kamren Curl, 6-2, 180, Muskogee HS, Muskogee, Oklahoma: Being looked at as either a wide receiver or defensive back. Has been timed at 4.56 seconds in the 40-yard dash. Early offers from Wyoming, Arkansas State and Toledo, and interest from Nebraska, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech and Tulsa. Committed to Texas Tech June 20.-- OL Drew Dalman, 6-3, 250, Palma HS, Salinas, California: Wyoming is among three MW schools who have offered him a scholarship (Fresno State and Nevada). Colorado also has offered.-- DB/WR Alonzo "L.J" Davis, 6-2, 178, Gahr HS, Cerritos, California: According to Rivals.com, UW and Brigham Young are his first two scholarship offers.-- WR Kevin Davis, 6-0, 170, Oak Hills HS, Hesperia, California: A three-star rating by rivals.com. Also plays safety. Davis said on his Twitter account on June 17 that UW was his third offer. Rivals.com has posted that UCLA also has offered Davis, and there is interest from at least three other Pac-12 schools.-- DE Gavin Dunayski, 6-6, 245, Payallup HS, Payallup, Washington. A big kid who has grown nearly six inches and gained around 50 pounds since his early high school years.-- DB/WR Isaiah Dunn, 6-1, 170, Antioch HS, Antioch, California: Was offered by UW on June 27. Also has offers from BYU, Hawaii, UNLV, Utah and Utah State. Has been timed at 4.53 seconds in the 40-yard dash.-- WR Johnny Edwards, 5-10, 175, Bishop Alemany HS, Mission Hills, California: Edwards received three-star ratings out of five by rivals.com and 247sports.com. 247sports ranked him as the 123rd-best recruit in California and the 173rd-best wide receiver prospect in the country in the class of 2017. Has been timed at 4.65 in the 40-yard dash. Offers as of mid-June were from UW, San Jose State and Northern Arizona.-- CB/WR Marques Evans, 6-1, 180, Newbury Park HS, Newbury Park, California: A three-star recruit by both rivals.com and 247sports.com. Rivals lists him as a cornerback, but 247sports ranks him as the 162nd-best wide receiver in the country, and also as the 117th-best recruit in California for the class of 2017. Has a vertical leap of 35.6 inches. Has six FBS offers, all of which from Mountain West schools.-- DT Brendon Evers, 6-2, 285, Bixby HS, Bixby, Oklahoma: A three-star rating by Rivals.com. Has offers from Wyoming, Colorado State, Oklahoma State and Texas-San Antonio.-- DB Evan Fields, 6-2, 190, Midwest City HS, Midwest City, Oklahoma: Three-star prospect and No. 9-ranked prep player in Oklahoma by Rivals.com. Has offers from Wyoming, Arkansas State and Tulsa, but also interest from schools such as Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma and TCU.-- LB Kyrei Fisher, 6-2, 210, Union HS, Tulsa, Oklahoma: Eight FBS schools showing interest. -- Committed to Minnesota May 21.-- RB Ted Fuller, 5-11, 195, Harelton HS, Harelton, Texas: According to 247sports.com, Louisiana-Monroe was the first school other than UW to offer him a scholarship.-- DE Tre Gatlin, 6-6, 230, Carthage HS, Carthage, Texas: Good size and another Texas recruit UW seeks after not recruiting much there in coach Craig Bohl's first two seasons.-- LB Ryan Gatoloai-Faupula, 6-1, 190, Inderkum HS, Sacramento, California: He earned three-star rating by both Rivals.com and 247sports.com. 247sports also ranked him as the 86th-best outside linebacker prospect in the nation, and the 126th-best recruit in the state of California. UW, Nebraska, Nevada and North Dakota State have offered him.--RB T.J. Green (5-11, 185) Chandler HS, Chandler, Arizona: Received a three-star rating by Rivals.com. UW appears to be the sixth school to offer him a scholarship. Others include Oregon State, Boise State, Hawaii, Idaho and South Dakota State.-- DE Izayah Green-May, 6-5, 205, Bolingbrook HS, Bolingbrook, Illinois: Has 16 scholarship offers from FBS schools. Three-star rating out of five, and the No. 11-ranked prospect in Illinois by Rivals.com.-- TE Griffin Hammer, 6-5, 220, St. Charles North HS, St. Charles, Illinois: A three-star rating by Rivals.com. Committed to Colorado State June 10.-- OL Isaac Hawn, 6-6, 285, St. Charles North HS, Elgin, Illinois: Has 13 offers from FBS and FCS schools. A three-star recruit by Rivals.com, which also ranks him as the 15th-best prep prospect in Illinois.-- TE Bentley Henshaw, 6-5, 220, Moorpark HS, Moorpark, California: Has seven offers from FBS schools through May 12, including Air Force, BYU, San Jose State and Utah State. Also interest from Arizona State, Pittsburgh and UCLA. -- Committed to BYU June 30.-- DB George Hicks III, 6-0, 185, Cajon HS, San Bernardino, California: Plays both cornerback and safety in high school. His first three offers have come from UW, New Mexico and Fresno State.-- ATH Elijah Hicks, 6-0, 185, La Mirada HS, La Mirada, California: Wyoming is one of four MW schools and six Pac-12 schools to offer him a scholarship. A three-star prospect and 64th-best recruit in California by Rivals.com. Plays cornerback and wide receiver in high school.-- WR Isaiah Hodgins, 6-3, 187, Berean Christian HS, Walnut Creek, California: A four-star rating out of five by Rivals.com, which also ranks him as the 31st-best recruit in California, 41st-best in the nation as a receiver and the 243rd-best overall prospect in the nation. Offered by six Mountain West school, and four from the Pac-12. -- Committed to Washington State in May.-- LS Adam Higuera, 6-2, 225, Perry HS, Gilbert, Arizona: He was named an honorable mention high school All-American by Kohls Kicking.-- WR Gavin Holmes, 5-11, 180, Northwest HS, Justin, Texas: A three-star recruit by Rivals.com. Committed to Iowa June 27.--LB/DE James Jackson, 6-2, 220, Cretin-Derham Hall HS, St. Paul, Minnesota. A versatile defensive player with 4.85-second speed in the 40.-- WR Warren Jackson, 6-5, 177, Bishop Alemany HS, Mission Hills, California. A three-star recruit by Rivals.com. Has seven FBS offers through May 12, including four from MW schools, two from the Pac-12 and one from the Big 12 -- Committed to Arizona June 27.-- DE Deonte "D.J." Johnson, 6-5, 240, Burbank HS, Sacramento, California: A four-star recruit and ranked as the 14th-best defensive end prospect in the country by Rivals.com. Runs a 4.5 40-yard dash. Has more than 30 Division I offers.-- OL Tyler Jost, 6-6, 265, Libertyville HS, Libertyville, Illinois: A three-star prospect and ranked No. 13 in Illinois by Rivals.com. Has nine scholarship offers, including six from Mid-America Conference schools.-- DB RJ Lan, 6-0, 200, La Mirada HS, La Mirada, California: Has early offers from Wyoming, Navy and San Jose State. Listed as a safety. Also plays baseball.-- DE Peter Klug, 6-6, 250, Blue Valley North HS, Overland Park, Kansas: Offers so far from UW, Air Force and Tulane. Also plays offensive tackle. Been timed at 4.89 seconds in the 40-yard dash.-- LB Nate Landman, 6-3, 210, Monte Vista HS, Danville, California: Has early offers from Wyoming, Hawaii and Nevada from the MW.-- DB Chris Lewis, 6-2, 190, Canoga Park HS, Canoga Park, California: His first five FBS offers have come from Mountain West schools: UW, Fresno State, Hawaii, New Mexico and San Jose State. A three-star prospect by Rivals.com.-- DB Isaiah Lewis, 6-0, 197, Granite Bay HS, Granite Bay, California: Offered by UW late in June. Also has an offer from Colorado and interest from California as of early summer. Could also play running back in college. -- Committed to Colorado July 2.-- ATH Quindon Lewis, 6-2, 165, Southmoore HS, Moore, Oklahoma: A three-start prospect out of five and ranked as the No. 5 prep recruit in Oklahoma by Rivals.com. Committed to Memphis on June 19.-- DB Malik Lofton, 5-10, 175, Hopkins HS, Minnetonka, Minnesota: Timed at 4.48 seconds in the 40. UW is his first FBS scholarship offer, but has interest from four Big Ten schools. Is a cornerback and wide receiver in high school.-- QB Tyler Lytle, 6-6, 205, Servite HS, Anaheim, California: Earned a three-star rating out of five from Rivals.com and 247sports.com. Rivals ranked him as the 19th-best pro-style quarterback recruit in the 2017 class, and 247sports ranked him a the 57th-best recruit in the state of California. Had 23 scholarship offers as of May 17, including 11 from Power 5 conference schools. UW is among six Mountain West schools who has offered him. Committed to Colorado on June 21.-- DE Boye Mafe, 6-4, 220, Hopkins HS, Minnetonka, Minnesota: Rated as the 25th-best recruit in Minnesota by 247sports.com, which also gave him a two-star rating. Early offers have been from FCS schools.-- DB Jeffrey Manning Jr., 6-1-185, Bellflower HS Bellflower, California: Manning said on this Twitter account that UW was the 15th school to offer him a scholarship. UW is the seventh Mountain West school to offer him, and he also has offers from Pac-12 and Big 12 schools, as well as from Brigham Young -- Committed to UCLA June 23.-- DE Brock Martin, 6-4, 220, Oologah HS, Oologah, Oklahoma: Wyoming was his first scholarship offer, but also has had interest from Kansas, Kansas State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, SMU and Tulsa.-- CB/WR Demario McLean, 6-2, 185, Elk Grove HS, Elk Grove, California. According to his junior highlight tape, runs a 4.56 40-yard dash.-- LB Michael Matthews, 6-2, 205, Camas HS, Camas, Washington: Was offered by UW on May 27, which was his first FBS offer after receiving several FCS offers.-- RB Marcus McElroy, 6-0, 205. Also a three-star prospect by rivals.com and 247sports.com. 247sports ranks him as the ninth-best prep recruit in Colorado and the 48th-best running back in the nation. UW is among eight schools to have offered him as of June 27. Others include Air Force, Colorado, Colorado State, Kansas, Kansas State and Purdue.-- S/LB Marc Mondesir (6-2, 210), St. Rita HS, Chicago: According to Mondesir's Twitter account, UW and FCS member Illinois State offered him scholarships on June 11, the same day of a satellite camp UW participated in in the Chicago area. As a junior, Mondesir recorded 35 tackles (28 solo stops) and had one sack and one interception. He's been timed at 4.53 seconds in the 40-yard dash.-- OT Jonathan Nathaniel (6-5, 255), Basha HS, Chandler, Arizona: Earned a three-star ratings by Rivals.com. UW is the seventh school to offer a scholarship through May 25. Others include Hawaii, Nevada, UNLV, Washington State, New Mexico State and Northern Arizona.-- LB Chase Newman, 6-1, 205, La Mirada HS, La Mirada, California: A three-star prospect by Rivals.com. Has six early scholarship offers. Along with Wyoming, he has offers from Colorado, Colorado State, Nevada, New Mexico and Washington State.-- DE Andrew Nichols, 6-3, 235, Centennial HS, Peoria, Arizona: Earned a three-star rating as a tight end by Rivals.com, but also could play defensive end in college. Army and Harvard are among his early offers, but several power 5 schools such as Stanford, Oregon, Michigan State, Miami, Colorado and Arizona State are showing interest.-- DE Cole Norgaard, 6-4, 255, St. Mary's HS, Stockton, California: Has early offers from Wyoming and Nevada.-- DL Olalere Oladipo, 6-4, 235, Huntley HS, Huntley, Illinois: Three-star rating by Rivals.com. Ten schools have offered him a scholarship, including Illinois and Indiana from the Big Ten.--DE Anthony Payne, 6-2, 255, Raymor-Peculiar HS, Peculiar, Missouri. Rated as the fourth-best recruit in Missouri by 247sports.com. Has 14 scholarship offers through May 12. Other FBS schools who have offered him include Bowling Green, Miami (Ohio), Army Tulane. Has been timed between 4.67 and 4.73 in the 40-yard dash.-- QB Cade Pearson, 6-2-205, Texas HS, Texarkana, Texas: His early offers are from FCS schools. He may be looked at to play another position once in college. Committed to North Texas June 22.-- LB Jalen Peoples, 6-2, 215, Rich South HS, Richton Park, Illinois: Projected to play outside linebacker in college. Plays both safety and linebacker in high school. Has 4.6-second speed in the 40.-- TE Caleb Phillips, 6-5, 195, Santa Fe Christian HS, Solana Beach, California: Also plays middle linebacker in high school. Timed at 4.67 seconds in the 40-yard dash.-- S Dorion Pollard, 5-11, 210, Central HS, Hinsdale, Illinois: Plays outside linebacker in high school, but projected as a safety in college. UW was among the first schools to offer him. Also getting a lot of interest from MAC schools. -- Committed to Ball State June 18.-- OL Dontae Powell, 6-6, 308, Richland HS, Richland, Washington: A three-star recruit and the fifth-best prep prospect in Washington by Rivals.com. Has offers from Wyoming, Colorado State and Washington State.-- LB Gervarrius Owens, 6-1, 175, Southmoore HS, Moore, Oklahoma: Offers from Arkansas State, Cincinnati and Ohio. Plays outside linebacker.-- LB Kris Reid Jr., 6-3, 190, St. Joseph HS, Westchester, Illinois: Plays defensive end and wide receiver in high school. Has good speed at 4.65 in the 40.--LB/WR Desmond Robinson, 6-3, 205, Atlanta HS, Atlanta, Texas: Has 4.6-second speed in the 40-yard dash.-- CB/WR Raeshawn Roland, 5-11, 155, Arcadia HS, Arcadia, California: According to Roland's Twitter account, UW was his third offer. As a receiver, Roland caught 40 passes for 824 yards and 10 touchdowns as a junior. On defense, Roland recorded 11 tackles and one interception.-- OT Chantz Russell, 6-6, 270, Marin Catholic HS, Kentfield, California: Russell posted on his Twitter account in early June that Idaho and Wyoming are his first two scholarship offers. He also has an offer from FCS Sacramento State.-- ATH Kelle Sanders, 6-6, 220, River Ridge HS, Lacey, Washington: UW was his first scholarship offer according to Rivals.com. Plays quarterback and defensive end and is likely being looked at as a defensive end. Good speed with a 4.6 40.-- OL Cody Shear, 6-4, 272, Sheldon HS, Eugene, Oregon: Has offers from 25 FBS schools. He received a three-star rating by Rivals.com. He also is a long snapper. -- Committed to Arizona July 1.-- WR Zak Simon, 6-0, 180, Temecula Valley HS, Temecula, California: Also plays cornerback. Early offers from UW and Idaho.-- QB Nick Sipe, 6-4, 2015, Villa Park HS, Villa Park, California: Sipe is ranked as the 23rd-best pro-style quarterback in the country by 247sports.com, and the 54th-best recruit in California in the 2017 class. Committed to Purdue on June 19.-- DT Joe Spivak, 6-1, 292, Montini Catholic HS, Lombard, Illinois. Spivak received a two-star rating out of five by 247sports.com. Along with UW, Spivak has scholarship offers from Air Force, Western Michigan and a few FCS schools.--WR/DB Drake Stallworth (6-2, 185), Folsom HS, Folsom, California: Stallworth received a three-star rating out of five by 247sports.com, which also ranks him as the 144th-best prep recruit in California. UW is Stallworth's third offer from Mountain West schools (Air Force and Nevada) as of June 10. He also has offers from FCS schools Cal Poly, UC Davis and Eastern Washington.-- DT Rudy Stofer, 6-5, 240, Kearney HS, Kearney, Nebraska: Wyoming was his first offer, and visited UW during the spring. Also plays offensive guard.-- TE/DE Logan Strom, 6-8, 240, Norfolk HS, Norfolk, Nebraska: According to Rivals.com, UW is his first scholarship offer from a FBS school. He has been offered by two FCS schools, and there is also interest from Nebraska.-- CB Ian Swenson, 6-1, 180, Loyola Academy, Willmette, Illinois: Wyoming is one of six early offers he has. Others include New Mexico, Louisville and three Mid-American Conference schools.-- LB Corte Tapia, 6-3, 220, Windsor HS, Windsor, Colorado: Wyoming, Colorado, Colorado State and Nebraska showing early interest.--CB Josh Thompson, 6-0, 180, Nacogdoches HS, Nacogdoches, Texas. Eight FBS schools have offered so far. Among UW, other notables are Minnesota, SMU, Louisiana Tech and Tulane.-- DB Robert Topps III, 6-2, 180, Marist HS, Chicago: Early offers from Wyoming, New Mexico and Western Michigan. Committed to Kansas on June 22.-- LB Lamin Touray, 6-1, 225, Alemany HS, Mission Hills, California: Ranked as the 84th-best inside linebacker recruit in the country by 247sports.com, and the No. 151 recruit in all of California. Has eight scholarship offers as of May 13, including five from MW schools: UW, San Diego State, San Jose State, Nevada and Colorado State.-- WR/DB Juawan Treadwell, 6-0, 160, Crete Monee HS, Crete, Illinois. UW was his ninth FBS offer. Seven have come from MAC schools. Another from Big Ten Illinois. -- WR Kendall Smith, 6-2, 175, Bolingbrook HS, Bolingbrook, Illinois: A three-star recruit and No. 14-ranked prospect in Illinois by Rivals.com. Has 10 scholarship offers from FBS schools. Wyoming and Nevada are the two Mountain West schools who have offered.-- QB Danny Vanden Boom, 6-4, 190, Kimberly HS, Kimberly, Wisconsin: UW appears to be his first FBS offer. But there has been interest from Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Northwestern and Wisconsin. Also plays wide receiver. -- Committed to Wisconsin July 5.-- OL Dalton Wagner, 6-8, 291, Richmond-Burton Community HS, Richmond, Illinois: A three-star recruit and No. 12-ranked prospect in Illinois by Rivals.com. Has 11 FBS offers, including schools such as Arkansas, Louisville, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Syracuse. His highlight video states he runs the 40-yard dash in 4.61 seconds.-- OL Chris Walker, 6-6, 270, East HS, Lincoln, Nebraska: UW and Ohio are his early offers from FBS schools, but Power 5 schools such as UCLA, Nebraska, Kansas State, Iowa and Iowa State have shown interest.-- OT Brock Wellsfry, 6-6, 295, Hanford HS, Richland, Washington: A three-star rating by Rivals.com. Offers so far from Oregon State, Nevada, Idaho and Eastern Washington. Also interest from Washington, Washington State and Boise State.-- LB/DE Davon Wells-Ross, 6-4, 190, North HS, Omaha, Nebraska: Listed as an outside linebacker but could transition to defensive end in college. Been timed at 4.5 seconds in the 40-yard dash. According to Rivals.com, UW is his first FBS offer. Also has interest from Iowa State, Kansas State and Nebraska.-- CB Bennett Williams, 6-0, 192, St. Francis HS, Mountain View, California: UW is the third Mountain West school to offer him. Air Force and Hawaii are the others.-- CB JaQuere Williams, 5-11, 164, Neuqua Valley HS, Naperville, Illinois: Williams may be light, but has been timed at 4.45 seconds in the 40-yard dash.-- OL Eric Wilson, 6-4, 280, Benilde St. Margaret's HS, St. Louis Park, Minnesota: No. 3 ranked recruit in Minnesota, and a three-star rating by Rivals.com. Has been offered by 16 schools, including three in the MW and from Iowa State and Minnesota.-- WR Jaques Wilson, 5-11, 167, Hamilton HS, Los Angeles: A small receiver with 4.55-second speed in the 40.-- TE Sire Woods, 6-4, 220, La Mirada HS, La Mirada, California: Seven early offers, including five from MW schools. A three-star prospect by Rivals.com. Also plays defensive end in high school.-- RB/S Trey Woods, 6-3, 195, North Bend HS, North Bend, Texas: Could play either position in college, or possibly be moved to linebacker or wide receiver.-- OT Mike Young, 6-5, 305, Queen Creek HS, Queen Creek, Arizona: Committed to Boise State on May 26.
Former Cheyenne American Legion Post 6 standout Brandon Nimmo went 3 for 5 with a RBI and two runs scored for the Las Vegas 51s in an 11-7 victory over the Salt Lake City Bees on Friday night in Las Vegas.
University of Wyoming junior running back Brian Hill, who set a school single-season rushing record last season, hasn’t seen much action in fall camp this August. And that’s by design by head coach Craig Bohl to keep Hill healthy for the regular season. WyoSports/file
LARAMIE – Brian Hill feels like he’s being punished.
Cheyenne Central's Alexis Trujillo returns a serve against Rock Springs during the first day of the Cheyenne Invite on Friday afternoon at Central High School. Blaine McCartney/Wyoming Tribune Eagle
CHEYENNE – Though Alexis Trujillo’s sophomore year might be one she would like to forget, it’s one she still remembers all too well.
Cheyenne South senior Dre McCray, right, runs with the ball during Friday’s game against Evanston at Bison Stadium in Cheyenne. McCray scored three touchdowns in South’s 42-10 win over the Red Devils. To see a photo gallery from Friday’s game, visit WyomingNews.com. Hugh Carey/Wyoming Tribune Eagle
CHEYENNE – Despite leading at halftime, Cheyenne South wasn’t happy.
Rock River High School started playing 6-man football three years ago, and the numbers game has always been a problem for the small school in southeast Wyoming.
Laramie High School’s Katie Welniak sends a spike against Rock Springs during Friday’s Cheyenne Invitational at Cheyenne East. The Lady Plainsmen won both matches to start the season.
The Laramie High School volleyball team opened the 2016 season Friday with 2-0 sweeps of Rawlins and Rock Springs during the first day of the Cheyenne Invitational.
The Laramie Plainsmen’s winless drought against the Sheridan Broncs continued Friday night when both teams opened the Class 4A football season at Homer Scott Field in Sheridan.
LARAMIE - The University of Wyoming volleyball team started the 2016 season with a big challenge, taking on No. 20 Purdue and No. 25 Kentucky on the opening day of the Purdue Mortar Board Premier tournament in West Lafayette, Indiana.
University of Wyoming sophomore defender Alyssa Murray, left, maintains control of the ball during Friday’s match against Montana. The Cowgirls and Lady Griz tied 1-1. Shannon Broderick/Laramie Boomerang
CHEYENNE – The Cheyenne Central football team started off the 2016 season with a defensive showcase, upsetting No. 3-ranked Casper Natrona County on the road Friday with a 5-0 win.
LARAMIE – It took the opposition nearly 267 minutes to finally put a ball in the back of the net on the University of Wyoming women’s soccer team.
University of Wyoming’s Sammi Dunda, front, chases after the ball during Friday's game against Montana at the Louis S. Madrid Sports Complex in Laramie. Shannon Broderick/Laramie Boomerang
CHEYENNE – The Gillette relays started and concluded Friday with all three Cheyenne girls swimming teams in competition.
LARAMIE – A home slate that includes seven duals and the Cowboy Open highlight the University of Wyoming wrestling schedule, released Friday by the program.
Third-year University of Wyoming football coach Craig Bohl talks to the media after the Cowboys' 23rd practice of fall camp Friday.
Gavin Rush looks to be the newest member of the club — true freshmen who have played along the offensive line for the University of Wyoming during the last three years.
Highlights from the early portion of the University of Wyoming's 23rd practice of fall camp Friday morning at Jonah Field at War Memorial Stadium.
CHEYENNE – Logan Anderson has qualified for a championship final at the Class 4A girls state swimming and diving championships.
University of Wyoming volleyball players will likely be carrying a little something extra in their travels this weekend as they open the 2016 season at the Purdue Mortar Board Invitational.
CHEYENNE – This summer was a time of transition for Cheyenne South’s football team.
Logan Wilson has everything you want in an outside linebacker.
Laramie High School senior Taylor Dodd finds himself in a rare, yet enviable position.