CASPER — The quest for history for the Laramie High girls track team will have to wait. Instead, Saturday turned out to be a repeat of history.
It has been a historical year for the Laramie High girls track and field team. However, the Lady Plainsmen want to make a little more history this weekend.
The story of basketball great and Wyoming hero Kenny Sailors is a familiar one to many in Laramie. Now a new documentary is spreading the legend far and wide.
The University of Wyoming indoor track and field team produced a pair of Mountain West champions and advanced 10 athletes to today’s championship races during the second day of the MW Championships at the Albuquerque Convention Center.
Laramie High School junior Emmy Johnson continued her early dominance in the sprints and the Lady Plainsmen won seven of 14 events Friday during the Wyoming Open at War Memorial Fieldhouse in Laramie.
The Laramie Outlaws girls and boys hockey teams played in Rock Springs the weekend of Dec. 21-22 to close out the 2018 schedule for the Laramie Amateur Hockey Club.
The Laramie High School girls swimming and diving team got a rare chance Friday to qualify swimmers for the state meet in some of their off events by hosting Cheyenne South, Rock Springs and Jackson at the LHS Pool.
The University of Wyoming men’s cross-country team finished second Friday and two Cowboys placed in the top 10 at the Joe Piane Notre Dame Invitational in South Bend, Indiana.