When Burlington comes to Meeteetse, fans can be sure they’ll be in for a good game no matter the sport, but the Huskies walked out of the gym Friday night with their second victory of the season over the Longhorns, winning 64-57.
For maybe a span of 30 years, the only handgun I had much use for out in the field was the .45 Colt, probably thanks to George Conner and Bob Edgar. But over the years I decided not to limit myself to only one six-gun for everything.
After a season that saw the Meeteetse football team finish second in the state championship, the Longhorns 6-man football seniors have been honored for their part in reaching the title game.
Twelve girls from Cody’s indoor track team are headed to the state meet after wrapping up the abbreviated regular season Saturday with the third of three qualification meets in Gillette.
Most of the dry flies in my guide box will match whatever spring hatch you encounter, from midges to winter stones, whether on a tailwater or freestone river. Match color and size, then present it the way you think the trout wants it.
After splitting a pair of conference games this weekend, the Cody boys basketball team gave itself a shot at securing the No. 2 seed in the 4A Northwest, falling in a rematch with Natrona County on Friday, but beating Rock Springs on Saturday.
The Cody girls basketball team has all but secured its position as the No. 2 team in the 4A Northwest after once again nearly beating the conference’s top team and then winning in dominant fashion against Rock Springs.
The Meeteetse girls basketball team is nothing if not consistent. They went 1-1 in last week’s games – again – continuing a season-long trend on the hardwood for the Lady ’Horns.
The Meeteetse boys basketball team didn’t shy away from their mid-week challengers, but fell in a pair of games against the other Park County schools’ JV squads.
Second tries are for when you’ve already screwed up your first opportunity. Some think that having opportunities for second chances enlarge your opportunities to succeed. To me, relying on them only encourages failure.
Despite being in control through three quarters, the Cody boys basketball team found itself on the losing end of a 55-48 game Friday against Evanston.
Four senior members and two coaches from the Cody football team will get one more chance to play on the gridiron together this June in the 48th annual Shrine Bowl.
The Northwest College volleyball team is off to a great start this season, winning all four of its matches at the inaugural Trapper Invitational during the weekend.
Snow! What a tremendous blessing the recent snow storms have been for the Absaroka and Beartooth mountains this past week. Despite the frigid temperatures when digging out driveways and parking lots, the fact the mountains gained 12%, or more, of much needed moisture made the inconvenience o…
The Cody High School girls and boys basketball teams enjoyed the only back-to-back homestand of the season Friday and Saturday at Sweitzer Gym. It was also a chance for a few more fans to participate thanks to a loosening of COVID-19 gathering restrictions.
The thing I really enjoy about winter, especially our colder ones, is the lack of bugs on my windshield. Have I mentioned this before? I really hate bugs, as in totally detest their very presence in my life. Mosquitoes, ticks, fleas, gnats, centipedes, millipedes, spiders, deer flies, horse …
The Cody Nordic ski team competed at the Beaver Creek Trails in Lander for the second time this season and enjoyed its time on the course.
Cody senior Caleb Pryor found himself in a familiar position in a somewhat unfamiliar situation on Saturday when he stepped up to the free throw line in Jackson.
The Cody girls basketball team finished a weekend road trip with a split taking a tough loss to Star Valley on Friday before getting a crushing win Saturday at Jackson, with the Fillies (10-3, 2-1 4A Northwest) setting a new season record for points scored.
The Cody indoor track team displayed its wide array of talent yet again Saturday in Gillette, with the Fillies winning two relays and multiple individual events, while the Broncs had high placers in a variety of events.
Cody’s Marshall Brookins competed in the Intermountain Division Weekend No. 2 Nordic Races last weekend in Bozeman, Mont. The event was a junior national qualifier and he finished 61st in the distance race in 39:05.7 and 90th in the sprint races in 3:29.16.
Now deep into the conference schedule, the Meeteetse girls basketball squad wrapped its road slate for the regular season, splitting games in Burlington and Dubois over the weekend.
It pays to be good at football. Just ask Cody senior Nic Talich and Meeteetse senior Hadley Abarr who, after turning in two of the finest performances in their respective classes this season, have been named finalists for the National Football Foundation’s Scholar-Athlete award for the Wyomi…
Facing two teams it met during the first weekend of the season, the Cody wrestling team traveled to Worland on Friday and split with the two Gillette squads.
Buffeted by the simulated sounds of a dog kennel in cat country courtesy of the student section, the Cody boys basketball team went to Powell on Saturday on a mission to avenge an early season loss to their biggest rival. In an unfriendly gym surrounded by unfriendly fans, the Broncs came up…
The fishing action is picking up around Cody and the rest of the Big Horn Basin thanks to very different weather compared to the last several years.