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Ben Reinker dropped in 16 points in a 40-34 win over Riverside at home on Thursday, and Ethan Salzman sizzled in a 27 point performance at Ten Sleep in a 59-51 performance on Friday as the Meeteetse boys basketball team added a pair of conference victories to its resume.

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 The Meeteetse girls basketball team dug itself an early hole at home against Riverside on Thursday and couldn’t quite recover in a 42-25 loss.

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The Cody boys swim team swept every relay, won the diving and finished first in two more events on Tuesday night at the Powell Triangular.

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After weather kept the Cody indoor track team from traveling to Natrona last week for its scheduled season opener, the team hit the ground running at the Campbell County Invite on Saturday. 

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It’s safe to say with a healthy lineup, the Cody wrestling team would have won the Lander Valley Invite over the weekend.

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The Cody boys swim team posted a pair of dynamic performances last week, edging Worland in a dual at home, and then finishing fourth overall at the Bruce Gresley Invite in Lander.

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After chalking up its first conference win of the season last week against Riverton, the Cody girls basketball team continued its early conference slate in style, racking up a pair of convincing wins over the weekend.

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The Meeteetse girls basketball team nearly made it a clean sweep at the Little Six Tournament in Midwest during the weekend, but fell in the final minute to Dubois to finish 2-1 overall.

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Nothing seemed to go right weather-wise for the Meeteetse boys basketball team as they headed to Midwest for the Little Six Tournament over the weekend.

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The Yellowstone Quake dropped a pair of tight road contests during the weekend in Rapid City, falling 4-3 on Friday and Saturday night against Badlands.

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Three Cody Bronc football players were recently named to the Star-Tribune Super 25 team, the most of any team in 3A, recognizing the top football players in Wyoming regardless of class.

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Elisa Wachob landed first in the high school division on Friday in the 6K skate, and second on Saturday in the 5.5K classic during a big weekend for the Bronc and Filly Nordic teams in Lander.

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The Cody boys swim team consistently finds itself placing high in every meet so far this season, winning the Worland Pre-Invite on Friday and landing third at the Worland Invite on Saturday.

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The Cody girls basketball team started the game with a three from Reece Niemann and finished it with a triple from Brindi Brittain in a dominating 76-20 conference road victory over Riverton on Saturday.

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The Cody boys basketball team’s best chance at beating No. 5 ranked Riverton on the road Saturday, get off to a fast start.

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It wasn’t AJ Duda’s first brush with angling for goldfish and other former aquarium dwellers within view of the Teton Range. 

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The Meeteetse girls basketball team dropped a close contest to Kaycee at home on Friday, and couldn’t keep up with Burlington on the road Saturday to open the conference season with a loss.

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After winning a thriller 5-4 in overtime on Friday night, the Yellowstone Quake fell in another tight overtime contest 4-3 on the road Saturday against the Sheridan Hawks.

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The Meeteetse boys basketball team put up a strong performance against Kaycee at home on Friday night, but couldn’t hold on as the Buckaroos got away with a 54-48 win in Meeteetse.

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In a recent column regarding an area bear mauling, it might have seemed I was subtly putting down the futile efforts of the victim’s friend to wrestle a bear that was attacking his buddy. My bad. I didn’t mean for it to come across that way. 

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Park County Pool League action is back in full swing and recently released the top three teams and top five players in the standings.

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The Bronc and Filly Nordic teams tackled Casper Mountain over the weekend, and appeared to take to the trails comfortably and quickly.

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Even with a small contingent of competitors, the Cody wrestlers managed a 12th place finish out of 33 teams during the weekend at a packed Bozeman Invitational.

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The Cody boys swim team nearly made a clean sweep over the weekend after winning its own Triangular on Friday and on Saturday nearly pulling out the win at the Gene Dozah Invitational in Powell.

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After an emotional 53-43 win at home over 3A No. 2 Worland on Thursday night, the Cody boys basketball team suffered a first half setback in Lovell on Friday as the Bulldogs jumped out to a big lead and held off a surge to win 53-50.

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With All-State guard Kennedi Niemann sidelined temporarily with a shoulder injury, the Cody girls basketball team looked for someone to step up and help lead the way to a couple of wins to end the regular season.

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The Cody Stampede Board has been named Rodeo Committee of the Year by the Xtreme Bulls. The board was selected by 50 bull riders from across the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association.

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Cody High School Bronc and Filly athletics return this week after a long holiday hiatus, and the Filly basketball team will be able to run off all of that fudge and figgy pudding as they play three games in a four-day stretch.

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The Cody Middle School wrestling team had been competing at a high level all season, but saved its best for last as they ended the year winning the conference championship in Thermopolis.

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The Yellowstone Yeti girls are back on the ice this weekend in a pair of contests against visiting Jackson.

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So far it appears not too many climbers are going to give the Wyoming Ice Festival the cold shoulder.

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The Cody Middle School eighth-grade girls basketball took the region by storm this year, finishing a perfect 15-0 season and winning the 2022 conference tournament in the post-season.

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The bird feeder in winter, and also during the summer, is an interesting happening. But more so in winter when one would expect most of the local birds to have hitchhiked south. Not so.

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A lack of experience didn’t seem to faze the Cody Middle School seventh-grade girls basketball team, as they rode a wave of success to an 8-2 regular season record and second place finish in the conference tournament.