When Devyn Engdahl recently made a recruiting visit to the College of the Siskiyous for baseball, it didn’t take didn’t take him long to make his decision.
Warm, relatively calm weather last Friday meant success for the Longhorn track team as two more athletes qualified in individual events and two added more events to their slate.
The Cody Region of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is hosting a public meeting to visit with those interested in proposed changes to Chapter 4, Furbearing Animal Hunting and Trapping Seasons, and Chapter 47, Gray Wolf Hunting Seasons.
Members of the Park County Search and Rescue participated in a river cleanup May 6 that included Park County Sheriff Scott Steward, SAR Coordinator Bill Brown, five SAR members and the sheriff’s personal raft.
The Cody club lacrosse team got its first true win of the season last weekend with a 15-2 win over Butte. Prior to the win, the Warriors only other wins came by forfeit this season.
It probably won’t come as a surprise to most readers to discover that I read a lot – every day, in fact. I read mostly firearms magazines, but there are others, like Popular Mechanics, Family Handyman, National Geographic and even the Smithsonian magazine. I also read regional newspapers and…
Although the hockey season is now over for Park County’s teams, four local youth players have been continuing with the Wyoming Stampede 10U-A Squirt travel hockey travel team and experiencing success.
Cody runners, jumpers and throwers alike could not have asked for a better day as they hit the track for the final regular season and final home meet of the year. The warm weather and calm winds served the Broncs and Fillies well, with several athletes putting up top performances or new seas…
Despite collecting seven more hits than their opponent the Cody Fillies softball team could not dig their way out of an early deficit, falling 16-11 to Natrona on Saturday afternoon at home. It was Natrona’s bats that were a problem for Cody (8-3, 5-3 West) on Saturday.
Last weekend was a good one to be a Bronc soccer fan. With the season winding down and conference victories becoming even more crucial in the race for third-place with Lander, Cody did everything they could to keep their position, coming up with a pair of key victories.
It was an announcement Cody football player Nic Talich had been waiting his whole life to make. Waiting just a few more months to say he was determined to play football at the University of Wyoming was a secret he was able to keep.
Former Cody High School runner Brody Smith has added another accolade to his collegiate career, breaking the school record in the 3,000 meter steeplechase at Purdue University.
The top-ranked 3A Cody girls soccer team adjusted to a change in plans and battled one of 4A’s best teams to a 2-2 tie in overtime Monday at No.5-ranked Kelly Walsh.
The Longhorns just needed a little warmth. At the Rocky Mountain Invite in Cowley on Saturday, four more Meeteetse athletes qualified for state and one added another event
The late adventure-gun writer Jack O’Conner was a big advocate for the .270 Winchester, a factoid that should come as no surprise to “dyed in the wool” gunnies. Although he also wrote that he felt the .30-06 was much more flexible and used a .30-06 Winchester exclusively for several years du…
The Cody Fillies had no trouble on the road Tuesday afternoon, beating Worland 17-3. They did it with a little help from the slugger sisters as Violet Wollschlager went 3-for-4 at bat with four RBIs and a double while her sister Ava Wollschlager went 3-3 with three RBIs and a triple.
The Cody softball team had a successful road trip to Casper this weekend, winning three of their four games and upsetting top-ranked Kelly Walsh.
On a bright, sunny day eons ago, all the jungle’s alpha predators gathered in a circle in a small, grassy park regaling each other with their accomplishments. Since predators exist in packs run by the females of whatever species, these furry females were recounting their most recent and grea…
The Cody Wrestling Club was one of the better teams at USA State in Casper on April 16-18, with several wrestlers earning high placings in a 42-team tournament.
Luke Talich said he thought his second-place 100-meter run Thursday in Sheridan was OK. It wasn’t until he’d gone up to receive his medal that he found out just how good a run it was.
Luke Talich set a new school record in the 100-meter Thursday in Sheridan in only his third high school track meet, helping to lead the Cody teams in Sheridan.
The Cody Fillies softball team dug itself out of a 4-1 deficit and scored 15 unanswered runs en route to a 16-4 win against Worland on Thursday afternoon at the East Sheridan Softball Complex.
Worland left no question as to who the top team in 3A was Tuesday when the Broncs came to town. The Cody boys soccer team, riding a five-game win streak into the game against the top-ranked Warriors, didn’t bring the energy needed and fell, 8-1.
The Meeteetse track team was back in action last weekend in Burlington and started to find a groove, with a sprinter nabbing a spot in the state meet even as gusting winds caused some performance drop-offs in the field events.
The Cody Fillies softball team has moved up their home game against Worland to 3 p.m. Thursday, after previously scheduled for Friday. Cold weather and snow is predicted for most of the day Friday but Thursday should bring partly sunny skies and mild temperatures.
Spring golf is the final chance for seniors to play competitively in the blue and gold jerseys and a big opportunity for younger golfers to get in the swing of things.
I’d like to thank Director Brian Nesvik of our Game and Fish department for his recent contribution spelling out the where and why of the new office expansion here in Cody. If readers only knew how hard it is to get any officials to explain the actual rational behind official decisions regar…