Pinedale wins home finale

PINEDALE – The Pinedale volleyball team won its home finale on Thursday, Oct. 12, against Kemmerer. The Lady Wranglers scored the victory in four games to send its seniors – Tacy Kunard, Carson Mack, Faith Friend, Zoe Noble, Haley Boulter, Bailey Schupp and Megen Rohrer – out on a positive note.

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Swimmers conclude their regular season in Pinedale

PINEDALE – The Sublette County girls swimming team took on a pair of 4A squads on Friday: Jackson and Evanston.

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Wranglers come up short against Big Piney

After struggling during its own Homecoming, Pinedale showed up to play for Big Piney's. The Wranglers kept the score close in the first half and rallied late, but came up short against Big Piney, 23-13.

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Swimmers put in work versus Kemmerer

The Sublette County swimming team took on Kemmerer, the smallest team in the state, Thursday, Oct. 5, during the Punchers' Homecoming. The team score wasn't important to the swimmers, but getting in some quality work was.

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Pinedale unable to wrangle the Eagles

The Pinedale volleyball team squared off with the first-place team in the 3A South Quadrant Friday, Lyman. Every game of the match was tight. The first game was still tied at 19, the second game was even at 26 and the third game was tied at 17. Lyman, however, finished strong in every game to win it in three: 25-22, 28-26 and 25-20.

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Young swim team making waves

Sublette County's young girls swim team has three seniors while freshmen account for half of the 28 girls on the team. But the team has some standout swimmers.

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Additional Articles

  • Pinedale football eliminated from playoff contention

    LOVELL – The Pinedale football team saw its hopes of making the Class 2A state playoffs get dashed last Friday, Oct. 13, at Lovell. A win would have clinched a playoff spot for Pinedale, but Lovell beat Pinedale 35-21 to eliminate the Wranglers from playoff contention heading into the final week of the regular season.

  • Sublette swimmers defend home pool

    The Sublette County girls swimming team welcomed all of its conference foes and a couple other teams Saturday for its first meet of the season at the Pinedale Aquatic Center.

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