There isn’t a sport in the world where a one point difference between competitors isn’t considered a close match.
Freshman Joseph Killpack qualified for the end-of-season state 3A championships in a sixth individual event Friday when he took second in the 50-yard freestyle at a Cody-Worland dual meet at the Rec Center during the Broncs' senior night.
Grace Shaffer won the 55-meter hurdles in 9.11 seconds and took the pole vault with a leap of 11 feet, to lead the Cody indoor track results Friday at the Gillette Indoor Track Invitational.
Kyle Graham’s unplanned marathon brought out a personal cheering section as the Cody swimmer was thrown into the 500-yard freestyle for the first time.
Moments after coach Ernie May heard the buzzer signifying the end of his Meeteetse girls’ 56-22 basketball victory over Fort Washakie, he offered a succinct summary.
Back-up center Lucy Tuigamala studied the floor during the opening minutes of her Northwest College women’s basketball team’s game against Western Wyoming.
Dale McBride stands just 5-foot-11, but somehow he plays like a center for the Meeteetse boys basketball team, running up more of his many points in the low post than he does from outside.
Here’s the deal. Our National Park Service, the same folks who brought you an overabundance of grizzly bears and droves of free ranging, imported Canadian wolves, now want to gun down over 100 so-called “nonnative,” (their words), mountain goats by helicopter. Sort of like they shoot feral h…
Grace Shaffer won the girls pole vault and placed second in the 55-meter hurdles, but her No. 1 observation of the scene at Cody’s season-opening indoor track meet Saturday in Casper was, “There were tons of people.”
Cody freshman swimmer Joseph Killpack has been having a fun time with time. About once a week when he climbs out of the pool he discovers the clock has been good to him.
Whether it was on the perimeter and there was no hand in his face, or there were no bodies standing between him and the lane, Coy Novakovich looked for open space in Riverton’s defense Saturday.
Three Cody youth wrestlers grabbed high finishes at the Jan. 5 BWC B-Town Showdown in Billings. Bobby Hernandez Jr. (from left) finished third in Novice 60-pounds, Kort Sorensen second in Novice 85 pounds and Joshuah Hernandez second in Midget 60 pounds. (Courtesy photo)
Northwest College wrestling coach Jim Zeigler may not have a team that will win a national championship this year, but he does have a few grapplers that are in contention for that prize as individuals.
One old Cody friend remembers Patrick Flanigin having a near-monopoly on the free milk shakes. The last coach he worked with in Alaska called him “The Hoops Whisperer” because of his power of positive thinking.
One thing America has that most other countries lack is an abundance of freedom that involve our public lands. They are available for responsible recreation of various types, from sightseeing to hunting and fishing, target shooting, camping, rock hounding, wild animal viewing and other outdo…
TC Hansen is still chasing his 100-yard breaststroke qualifying time for state, but he is confident because just about every time he jumps in the pool for the Cody swimmers this season, the senior sets a new personal best in one event or another.
When one contemplates fishing in the winter months, there are far less options available than during the other three seasons of the year.
The Cody girls basketball team began a new tradition after Saturday’s game, running to the weight room for a “Post Game Pump Up” to work through any frustrations.There certainly were some, but not too many after the Fillies rallied to defeat Wyoming Indian 45-42 at Sweitzer Gym.“I didn’t hav…
A recent Billings Gazette article declared “Project to turn manure into natural gas,” outlining an effort by one of our nation’s big energy companies to launch a $200 million project to convert plain old B.S., (bovine effluent) into methane gas. Really? I thought the Washington D.C. politica…