The Cody boys golf team finished fourth at the state golf tournament that finished Saturday in Lander, with a score of 701 just seven shots behind third place Buffalo and far ahead of fifth place.
The Yellowstone Quake opened the season on a strong note. The junior hockey team ended the weekend securing three of four points up for grabs, beating the Great Falls Americans Friday night 5-3, and then falling in overtime 4-3 on Saturday at Riley Arena.
Meeteetse returned to Ethete to face 2A Wyoming Indian, after missing the trip last year due to the pandemic, on the volleyball court. The Lady ’Horns, adjusting to a new scheme on the court, made short work of their opponent to the south, winning in straight sets, 25-14, 25-22, 25-15.
If anyone would know how special a big golf tournament could be in Cody, it would be the man who served as general manager and golf pro at Olive Glenn Country Club for 10 years.
I have come to the conclusion that, in too many instances, the practice of thriftiness, or as my old friend George Conner would put it, “frugal lad, frugal,” doesn’t amount to a hill of beans, as my sainted maternal grandmother used to say.
Apparently 100 miles wasn’t enough for the Fistful of Dirt gravel bike women’s winner Anne Donley of Denver. Donley got a little lost on her way back into town, so she actually ended up with about 104 miles under her belt before crossing the finish line at City Park.
The Cody boys and girls cross country teams were among 27 schools and nearly 500 runners who got a taste of what the state meet is going to look like this year in Ethete, and the Fillies are definitely hoping for a repeat performance from Saturday when they return for state.
“The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence” is an idiomatic phrase that can be dated back to Erasmus in the “Ovid” and has its roots in the fact that regardless of how good things are for us where we live, there is always the thought that things could be better (more green) …
The Cody boys golf team repeated as 3A West Conference champions Saturday in Pinedale, led by a dominant performance by Hunter Hall, who shot a 67-67 to cruise to the individual title.
The Cody High School defense took all of the fight out of the Warriors offense early Friday night in Worland to advance to 2-0 on the football season in a 35-21 victory.
If the Cody girls swim team entered the Cody Invite on Friday night with confidence in their relays, they should have exited the Rec Center absolutely certain they are contenders.
Throughout the once oil rich states of the western U.S., corroded steel skeletons bear mute testimony to the existence of tens of hundreds, perhaps tens of thousands, of abandoned oil wells. Their productivity failing, those wells were plugged with concrete years ago. Or were supposed to have been.
The Cody football team shined on offense, defense and special teams in a 57-10 victory against the Wolverines on Friday in Riverton to open the season with a win.
The Cody boys golf team is prepared to defend its 3A West title Friday at Pinedale, but just in case the Broncs and Fillies will be heading down to the 9-hole course a day early to get in one more practice round.
David Juergens started out strong Friday to take the early lead. He never gave it up, helping the Cody boys cross country team to a tie for first at the Buffalo Cross Country Invite.
Freshmen Kinzie Castagno from Jackson and Jasmine Brinley from Grass Range, Mont., met this summer when they were paired up as random roommates at Northwest College. They’ve become close friends while both competing in barrel racing for the Northwest College rodeo team. The Cody Enterprise s…
Former longtime Cody High School tennis coach Norm Sedig has once again been nominated by the Wyoming Coaches Association a candidate for National High School Athletic Coaches Association Tennis Coach of the Year for Region VII for 2021-22.
JACKSON (WNE) – Berries are ripening and bears are gorging on the nutritious little fruit right now along the narrow, winding Moose-Wilson Road, where a close encounter would be potentially dangerous.
Laramie – They are two teams who return a significant number of players from very successful seasons in 2019, and they are two teams who share many ties between their coaching staffs. The Wyoming Cowboys and Montana State Bobcats will kick off the 2021 season Saturday at 2 p.m. on Jonah Fiel…
The Wyoming Department of Health has issued harmful cyanobacteria bloom recreational use advisories for Brooks Lake, Pelham Lake, Rainbow Lake, and Upper Jade Lake on the Wind River Ranger District of the Shoshone National Forest.
During the summer, the Cody and Powell tennis teams once again gathered together for a week-long camp. Besides that, the players frequently play each other and many hang out together.
I was reading a recent copy of yet another gun magazine when the editor, Brent Wheat, came up with the outlandish idea of using various firearms to shoot fish. No, not in a barrel, but as a regular matter of course. It was tongue in cheek, of course, but it got me to remembering.
Junior Jackson Schroeder, who tallied a number of big runs on the night, was gassed at the end of the varsity portion of Friday’s scrimmage against Douglas.
The Cody girls cross country team opened another season as defending state champs with a statement, topping a host of mostly Montana schools Friday at the Billings Invitational.
When the head coach has a dog named Pre, after legendary runner Steve Prefontaine, you know you’re in the right place for some cross country action.
Last year’s second-place finish is the best any Cody swim team has done at state since at least 1973, the first year listed in the Wyoming High School Activities Association web archives.
Bullfighter Cody McNare from Douglas suffered an injury at the beginning of the season and has been driving the Cody Nite Rodeo car around for the rest of the summer. The Cody Enterprise caught up with him recently to chat about his experience.