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Gosar snags All-State basketball honors

“Basketball is a true love thing for me,” Gosar said. “I can pick up a basketball and be happy. Basketball has always been there for me and it’s never let me down.”

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Bowers garners All-State basketball honors

“It feels good to get recognized because I put in a lot of work to achieve those goals,” said Bowers. “Not just in practice, but outside, on the weekends at my house. It’s good to reach goals that you put in the work for.”

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Shredding the competition

“The edge angle needs to be high so you are on the edges of your skis and the ski cuts through the snow,” Tolson explained. “If you’re at a shallow-edge angle, the skis could shatter and you’ll slide down the hill as you’re trying to transition across the face of the hill.”

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Soccer teams kick off the spring season

“Our team is looking great and in the best shape they have been in at this point in the season since I started coaching,” Jensen added. “Many of the girls put in a ton of work during the off-season and I look forward to the next games.”

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Going the extra mile

“I realized, if I go now, I can win State,” Antonino said. “I felt the adrenaline kick in.”

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Wrangler wrestling trio garners All-State honors

“I wasn’t the greatest wrestler when I was younger,” Hammer said. “In seventh or eighth grade, I won the middle school state title for the first time. Then I got obsessed with my potential. I knew what I could do. My dad showed me what I could do. My mom and my sister knew what I could do. And I believed in myself, so I pushed through and stuck with it. Here I am.”

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A historic moment

“As soon as I saw the towel tapper hit the back of the ref, I stood up all happy,” Mortensen said. “Happy tears came and I ran over and gave (Head Coach Kendall) Horrocks a hug.”

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Lady Wranglers score first 3A win at State

Pinedale had rallied from a tough loss to Newcastle, 54-33, on Thursday evening and left it all on the court during an intense first quarter on Friday morning against Mountain View, outscoring the Lady Buffalos, 16-7.

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Gehlhausen advances to NCAA Division II National Wrestling Tournament

Gehlhausen is a three-time Wyoming state high school wrestling champion and All-State recipient. He earned his first championship at 106 pounds as a freshman in 2018, won the gold medal again in 2019 at 126 pounds and triumphed as the 170-pound champion as a senior. Gehlhausen posted an undefeated 51-0 record his senior year at Pinedale High School. His cumulative high school wrestling record was 168-28.

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Pinedale competes at State Spirit Competition

Pinedale earned eighth place in the 3A “game day” category at State, tallying 78 points and beating Wheatland and Worland.

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Wrangler boys go out with a fight

“The Wranglers played hard and the effort was there,” said Head Coach Marcus Helland. “I’m proud to coach this group of young men as they fought through adversity the entire weekend. We earned our first win at Regionals in four years, so that is something to highlight and be excited about for the future. I am extremely proud of (senior) Colby Bailey as he played his best game of his career in the loser-out game against Lovell.”

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Indoor track team tops season off with multiple medals

Pinedale High School sophomore Madison Antonino captured first place in the finals for the girls’ varsity 3200-meters and earned 3A All-State honors. Antonino’s race for gold against Rawlins’ Ryann Smith remained close until Antonino pulled ahead by 0.15 seconds for the victory at 11:28.11. Antonino snagged bronze in the 1600-meter finals, crossing the finish line in 5:25.89. Rounding out her podium finishes, Antonino took fourth place in the 800-meter finals with a time of 2:26.56.

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Boys second, girls fourth at State alpine ski

“We had a fantastic weekend at the State ski meet,” wrote Head Coach Scott Auld and assistant coaches Dylan Bear and Dan Williams. “Our athletes skied smart, they skied clean and it paid off for them. Second place for the boys and fourth place for the girls are an improvement for this season. We couldn’t be more proud of everyone.”

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Lady Wranglers snag second at Regionals

“We’re really excited to go to State and play together on that big floor like we did last year,” Kunard added. “We’re out to prove something and that is a big motivation for us this weekend.”

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Alpine skiers shred slopes at home meet

“It takes a village,” he said. “The Pinedale High School alpine ski team and our local community demonstrated how to do this well this weekend when over 40 volunteers, 100-plus racers, the Sublette County Ski and Snowboard Association, White Pine Ski Resort and many families came together to put on two days of racing. Thanks to everyone and the racers who made it possible. We look forward to many more days of good snow, fast racing and solid memories on the hill.”

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Wrangler grapplers earn fifth at Regionals

“The Wrangler wrestling team competed at Regionals and had some great success,” said Head Coach Kendall Horrocks. “Of 23 athletes who competed, 17 qualified for the State Tournament. We are very happy with their performances, especially since the 3A West (Conference) is arguably the most competitive region in the state for wrestling. Four of the top five teams are in this region.”

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Boys’ swim team goes the distance at State

“We had a great time at State swimming,” said Co-Head Coach Kursty Day. “Owen Nielson, John Ruby, Kaden Day and Andy DeClue swam personal best times at State. It was exciting to see all of their hard work pay off. We will truly miss our seniors. As our season comes to an end, we encourage our athletes to continue to be active in track or soccer. I would like to say thank you to all the parents and swim fans for all their support this season. It means a lot to the athletes and coaches.”

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Lady Wranglers rout the Lady Punchers

“It was a good game against Big Piney,” said Head Coach Trent Bowers. “The girls came out and did what they set out to accomplish. The team did a great job playing unselfish basketball together. Defensively, every girl (with playing time) got a rebound or steal.”

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Wranglers win cliffhanger against Big Piney

“It was great to see the seniors on the floor together and for us to collectively get them a win on Senior Night,” said Head Coach Marcus Helland. “They are a huge part of the program and provide this team with so much.”

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Wrestlers crush the opposition at Rawlins

“We are very happy with their performances,” noted Horrocks.

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Glaciers score wins against Jackson, Sheridan

The 19U traveled to Jackson for a pair of away games on Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 4-5. The Glaciers defeated Jackson, 3-2, in both games. The 18U hosted Sheridan. Rallying from a tough 9-0 loss on Saturday, Feb. 4, the Glaciers pulled ahead in a close game on Sunday morning to score the win, 6-5.

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Swimmers earn hardware at Conference

“It was very exciting to have Owen Nielson, Dillon Boespflug, Andy DeClue, Ryen Hacklin and Kaden Day make it into the finals in their individual events at Conference,” wrote Co-Head Coaches Kursty Day and Cheryl Grossman. “Dillon posted a personal-best time and a third-place finish in the 100-breaststroke. Owen took sixth in both the 200-freestyle and 100-freestyle. John Ruby and Ryen both added an event to their State list and we added Kaden to our State roster. Scotty Ring, Calleb Willson and Sage Mahaffey are very close to qualifying.”

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Glaciers host Sheridan and Gillette

The 19U team celebrated Senior Night on Saturday, Jan. 28, honoring Lexi Harper, Molly Murphy and Kylynn Martin.

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Boys’ swim team makes waves at Pinedale Invitational

Sublette County secured third place at the Quad with 345 points, beating Lyman and Jackson. The team left it all in the water on Saturday, earning silver with 241 points and besting Lyman, Kemmerer and Jackson.

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Lady Wranglers rout Jackson and Lander

“The girls came out and played really well, getting off to a strong start in the first quarter that dictated the pace for the whole game,” said Head Coach Trent Bowers. “We tried some different things defensively and offensively, we looked for new shots. Eight of nine girls scored – it was nice to see that balance. Every girls got at least one rebound – we’ve been focusing on being more aggressive and really dominated on the boards. With the girls getting multiple rebounds on both ends of the court and securing second-chance opportunities to score, we eliminated our opponent.”

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Wrangler boys’ basketball fall in cliffhanger against Lander

“I thought we competed really well on Friday night,” said Head Coach Marcus Helland. “To shoot the ball well against a team that plays 2-3 zone and still have a chance to win shows how well we competed on the defensive end and on the glass. We’ve found our identity and we’re excited for the remaining six weeks of the season.”

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Lady Wrangler grapplers bag silver at Ron Thon

Six athletes advanced to the finals in the girls’ tournament, with four breaking into the finals and three returning home with Ron Thon Championship belts. The Lady Wranglers beat more than 30 teams from all classifications in Wyoming to secure second place with 148.5 points.

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Wranglers score first conference wins

“The coaches were a little nervous entering Saturday’s game after such an emotional in Lyman,” said Helland. “We didn’t play great at first, but stepped up down the stretch and pulled away. Josh (Gosar) was lights out Saturday offensively with 39 points. We could tell the difference without Owen McMillen on the floor this weekend, but multiple guys stepped up and made plays to help fill his void.”

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Lady Wranglers upset Mountain View

True to form, the Lady Wranglers refused to be intimidated and thwarted Mountain View’s designs to secure another win. In front of the home crowd on Saturday, Jan. 21, Pinedale coalesced as a team and focused on the task at hand to defeat Mountain View, 59-46.

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PHS wrestlers continue to steamroll through the season

The Wrangler boys’ earned fourth place out of 25 teams at the Lander Invitational, posting 155 points and beating Wyoming opponents from all classifications.

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Glaciers host Gillette and Casper

Gillette won the first period of Friday’s game, scoring 2 points while holding Pinedale to nil. The Glaciers tied Gillette, 1-1, in the second period. Molly Murphy scored for Pinedale, assisted by Seren Noble.

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Boys’ swim team heats up competition at Lyman, Kemmerer

“It was an interesting weekend where we swam two meets against the same teams,” said Co-Head Coaches Kursty Day and Cheryl Grossman in an email. “Friday night in Lyman was a yards meet and Saturday in Kemmerer, we swam meters. We saw some nice time drops again on Friday by senior Dillon Boespflug in the individual medley, junior Ryen Hacklin in the 100-freestyle and freshman Scotty Ring in the 100-backstroke. Senior Owen Nielson is chipping away at his 100-breaststroke, chasing the Adam Denton Award. Owen, Dillon and junior Andy DeClue are all one event away from earning the award.”

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Lady Wranglers triumph over Jackson

“It was a good game for us,” he added. “Jackson is kind of down this year and the team is young. The (Pinedale) girls did a great job coming out and executing at a high level – they applied pressure, were defensively more aggressive, hit the boards and got more rebounds. Every girl that played scored or got a rebound – that is a big deal. We played the way we are capable of playing – fast, aggressive and sharing the ball.”

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Wranglers fall in nail-biter against Jackson

“We made some uncharacteristic plays throughout the game, but I’m proud of how we were able to go on some runs and battled back in the second half,” said Head Coach Marcus Helland. “We made some key mistakes on both ends of the floor during the last four minutes of the game, which allowed Jackson to seal the game. It’s another great learning opportunity, especially early in the year against a non-conference team.”

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Girl wrestlers win Thoman-Jackman Tournament, boys place fifth in gold bracket

Taking on 19 teams from Wyoming, Colorado and Utah, the Lady Wranglers bagged gold in the bracket-style tournament with 77 points.

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Wrestlers rise to the occasion at Tournament of Champions

Freshman McKinzie Mortensen won the championship in the 100-pound bracket. She pinned Kabree Duncan of Union High School, Utah, 1 minute, 14 seconds into the quarterfinal match.

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Swimmers plunge into the new year

“It is very exciting to see the progress the boys are making,” wrote Co-Head Coaches Kursty Day and Cheryl Grossman. “Reuben Allen took 7 seconds off his 100-breaststroke on Friday in Cody and Wyatt Hyde posted some nice times in Cody and Powell for his first time in a swim competition. This weekend gave our boys a great opportunity to compete against teams that we don’t get to see often in our schedule.”

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Wranglers post 2-1 record at Rawlins Winter Classic

“We played hard all weekend,” said Head Coach Marcus Helland. “Our players were disappointed in how they started the game against Worland, but I was proud of how they battled back from that 2-17 start. We were able to turn Big Piney and Thermopolis over, which led to great transition opportunities throughout the games.”

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Nordic skiers tackle Casper Mountain

Plenty of snow and a lack of wind on Casper Mountain created “great racing conditions,” said Head Coach Holly Thayne.

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Alpine skiers kick off season

“The PHS alpine ski team had a fantastic first race in Laramie over the weekend,” said Head Coach Scott Auld. “We only had one day of gate training to prepare, and the kids did really well with the limited preparation time. I am very pleased with the whole team.”

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Glaciers open 2023 on the road

The 19U girls’ team commenced the weekend tying Gillette, 4-4, on Friday. The Glaciers went on to defeat Gillette, 5-4, on Saturday.

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Lady Wranglers make a statement at home tournament

“It was a good weekend of games,” said Head Coach Trent Bowers. “I’m really happy with where we’re at. This is a tough group of athletes. They are determined and ready to play.”

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Boys swim team snags second place at Kemmerer

“With the seven athletes that went to Kemmerer, we saw a lot of great efforts,” the coaches wrote. “Scotty Ring was able to take time off in the 200-freestyle and Andy DeClue dropped a little time in the 50-freestyle. This meet was very fast with only one heat in each event, not leaving much break in between for rest. We are looking forward to a healthy team and traveling to Cody and Powell this weekend.”

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Pinedale wrestlers triumph against Kemmerer

“Everyone wrestled tough and we are proud of them,” he added. “It is always tough wrestling in the middle of Christmas break because we never know how may athletes we are going to have. Overall, we have been wrestling well and will continue to work hard as we prepare for the Tournament of Champions in Vernal, Utah, this weekend.”

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Wranglers look to improve upon second half of rivalry game

The final score at the annual cross-county rivalry game between Pinedale and Big Piney on Friday, Sept. 17, did not adequately reflect improvement in the Wranglers' game.

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Lady Wranglers finish non-conference with tough slate

The Lady Wranglers clashed with 3A heavyweights Mountain View and Lyman on Thursday and Friday, Sept. 16 and 18. Mountain View and Lyman entered the weekend with nearly undefeated records following several weeks of tournament play.

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Hamby leads golfers with 11th-place finish at State

The Pinedale High School golf season came to a close at the 3A State Golf Meet hosted by Lander on Sept. 17-18. Six athletes represented Pinedale at State – sophomores Brody Hamby, Josh Gosar and Owen McMillen, freshmen Garrett Haley and Elyn Bowers and junior Blade Hibbert from Big Piney.

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Pinedale gains experience in loaded volleyball weekend

Tournament season wound down for the Lady Wranglers at the Rawlins Volleyball Invitational on Sept. 10-11. Pinedale took on 3A teams from across the state, gaining valuable insight into opponents it will face later in the season along with potential postseason adversaries.

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Wranglers can't overcome slow start to beat Kemmerer

The Wranglers fell to Kemmerer in a game that boiled down to a tale of two halves on Friday, Sept. 10. The Ranger offense started in high gear and scored 20 points in the first two quarters.

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Cookson wins Senior Amateur Championship

Pinedale golfer Chris Cookson won the Wyoming State Golf Association’s Senior Amateur Championship at Olive Glen Golf Course in Cody on Sept. 11-12.

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Six Wranglers qualify for State after hosting conference meet

Before high school golfers hit the greens at the 3A West Conference Championship in Pinedale on Friday, Sept. 10, head coach Luke Myszewski warned athletes and coaches to give moose plenty of space.

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Swim catches its breath after Green River Invite

The Sublette County girls’ swim team entered its second week of competition at the Green River Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 4. Big Piney and Pinedale athletes raced opponents from significantly larger programs, including Cheyenne East and Rock Springs.

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Golfers prepare to host conference meet

Winding down the regular season, the Wrangler golf team mixed things up with match play at the Riverton Invitational on Sept. 2-3.

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Pinedale withstands grueling Glenrock offense

A sunny, cloudless sky and light breeze greeted the Wranglers on Friday, Sept. 3 – perfect football weather. Excited fans filled Gene Andrews Stadium for the regular season opener between Pinedale and 2A East rival Glenrock.

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Lady Wranglers find success at Border Wars

Wyoming volleyball dominated the court at the annual Border Wars hosted by Evanston on Sept. 3-4. The Lady Wranglers played opponents from Utah and Idaho and won four of six matches.

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Pinedale using Lander scrimmage to prepare for season opener

Following tradition, the Wrangler football team hit the gridiron for the season debut in the annual week zero scrimmage against non-conference foe Lander.

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Sublette swim season opens in Lander

The 2021 girls’ swim season opened with back-to-back action in Lander on Aug. 27-28.

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Golfers continue season's climb in Rock Springs

The postseason is only a few weeks away for Wyoming high school golfers. The Pinedale varsity squad competes at Riverton this weekend before hosting the 3A West Conference Golf Meet on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 10-11.

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Wrangler volleyball opens season at Cokeville

The Lady Wranglers kicked off the 2021 volleyball season at the Cokeville Tournament on Aug. 27-28. Teams gathered from across Wyoming and Idaho, representing programs of all sizes.

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First responders enjoy Battle of the Badges

An epic battle raged on Sunny Korfanta Field at Gene Andrews Stadium on Wednesday, Aug. 25.

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Over 100 roping teams Ride for Reid

Team ropers converged on the Pinedale Rodeo Grounds over the weekend for the annual Lance Koppenhafer Championship, which also served as the Ride For Reid fundraiser on Saturday, Aug. 28.

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The Boom capture co-ed softball crown

Under an orange harvest moon at the brand new Dudley Key Sports Complex, The Boom repeated its 2019 performance and snagged the Sublette Adult Co-ed Softball League Championship.

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Golfers step to fall sports tee

High School fall sports are underway and golfers teed off for their first practice on Aug. 9.

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Fate leads to a historic swim of Fremont Lake

Minutes turned into hours as Paige Book kicked and dipped her arms into Fremont Lake’s deep clear water, propelling herself across the lake’s 9-mile-plus length.

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Streit, Hansen rep Wranglers in All-Star Game

Jamie Streit and Kia Hansen represented Pinedale as players while Tamara Currah and Shaunna Bennett did so as coaches.

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Pit stop in Thermop

My “normal weekend” is catching up on chores in town on Saturday and heading home to Bonduring and whatever else I can fit in.

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2021 Surly Pika Adventure Race results

Adventure racers hit the ground running, biking and hiking to participate in the 2021 Surly Pika Adventure Race, associated with the Rocky Mountain Adventure Series, tests competitors on their navigational skills while pushing them to the limits, physically. Teams entered a 12- or 6-hour race to collect as many hidden checkpoints as possible.

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Competitors savor the challenge of Surly Pika

Hardcore adventure racers Jason Popilsky and Abby Broughton entered the 2021 Surly Pika Adventure Race after a two-year hiatus.

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Off the beaten path – Swift Creek Trail

Towering above the Hoback River, the jagged facades of Antoinette, Triangle and Tosi peaks beckon backcountry users with spectacular scenery and adventure.

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PAC hosts the Pinedale Shootout

More than 50 teams from across Wyoming, Idaho and Utah braved the high temperatures to square off in the PAC’s 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament.

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The Surly Pika returns

The annual Surly Pika Adventure Race is back on after a hiatus last year.

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Finding a home in the arena

I didn’t grow up rodeoing.

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Take the long way home

Plans for my long-awaited two-week vacation from Wyoming to New Mexico and back were redrawn several times before I actually left.

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Inaugural Midnight on the Mesa brings 12 hours of fun

The inaugural Midnight on the Mesa trail relay race welcomed participants from across the country and proved a massive success.

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Shredding the dirt

Motorcross racers from across the region entered the 2021 EnduroCross, organized by Snow Explorers/Altitude Off-Road Inc. of Sublette County, to compete for a spot on the podium.

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Cowboys, cowgirls head to rodeo State Championships

This weekend is the Wyoming High School Rodeo State Championships in Douglas.

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Brothers from Pinedale compete in national championships

Nathan and Aaron Stewart, from Pinedale, both compete at Bob Jones University in South Carolina.

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PAC's youth track meet results

Results from the youth track meet at the Pinedale Aquatic Center.

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Last pleas solidify Schupp as All-State

Kellen Schupp didn’t know his coach was going to the State Soccer Tournament in Cheyenne.

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PHS holds athletic awards night

List of award winners from the school's athletics awards night.

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PAC Youth Track Meet returns

The annual youth track meet endured.

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Bowers earns All-State with track gold

Jumpers lined up along the runway, waiting for the official to call their name for the long jump.

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Wranglers return from State Track with hardware

Rain, sleet, wind and cold temperatures kept athletes on their toes at the 2021 3A State Track and Field Meet in Casper on May 20-22.

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Bowers signs with St. Ambrose for track

Bowers stated that he will participate in both running and jumping events.

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Lady Wranglers close season with win

During a pitched battle against the Eagles on Friday, Pinedale edged ahead in the second half to score a 2-1 victory.

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Boys soccer sweeps finale weekend

Closing out the season with a bang, the Wrangler boys’ soccer team thrashed Lyman, 5-1, on Friday, May 14, and scored a 1-0 win in a tight battle against Mountain View on Saturday.

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Middle school tracksters set marks in Lander

Athletes returned home with multiple first- and second-place finishes and broke two school records.

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Track standouts head to State Meet

Group of 18 qualified for State.

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Girls soccer goes to battle with Worland

Pinedale tightened its defense as the game went into the second half to prevent a rout by Worland.

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PHS challenge top-seeded Worland

Pinedale entered the weekend the No. 5 seed.

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Wrangler track ends regular season on road

Pinedale athletes participated in the final track meet of the regular season before Regionals at the Shane Brock Invitational in Lander on Saturday, May 8.

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Girls improve by the half against Lander

Pinedale braces for postseason push.

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Boys soccer shows improvement against Lander

Pinedale pushes Lander.

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Wranglers sweep home meet

Blue skies, unseasonably warm temperatures and a slight breeze created perfect conditions for the Mountain Man Invitational hosted by Pinedale High School on Friday, April 30.

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PHS soccer travels for weekend doubleheader

Girls gain only point of weekend with scoreless draw against Powell.

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Wrangler track team takes fifth in Green River

Senior Teagan Bowers broke an 11-year-old school record.

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Local powerlifters bring home gold

Middle school students get big lift from each other, supporters.

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Duo sweeps middle school state, national wrestling events

Eighth-grader Ryan Nutt and seventh-grader Wylee Willson are seasoned wrestlers with eight years under their belts.

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Pinedale girls square-off with No. 2 Worland

The Lady Wranglers hit the field to battle Worland on Saturday, April 17. The Lady Warriors entered the match as the No. 2-ranked 3A West team with an undefeated conference record.

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Wranglers compete with tough No. 2 Worland

The Wranglers fell, 10-0, in a tough match against No. 2-ranked rival Worland on Saturday, April 17.

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Pinedale makes trip to Afton for sunny Dave Draney Invite

Sunny, clear skies and temperatures in the high 40s filled Star Valley on April 21, a far cry from the cold, snowy weather that forced officials to reschedule the annual Dave Draney Invitational hosted in Afton.

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Lady Wranglers score second victory

During an action-packed week featuring three home games, the Lady Wrangler soccer team pulled out its second win of the season against 3A West rival Powell on Saturday, April 10.

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Wranglers toughen through hectic week

The Wrangler boys’ soccer team buckled down for an intense week featuring three home games.

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Pinedale T&F teams travel to Rock Springs

Warm spring weather greeted Pinedale and the dozen other teams gathered for the Ted Schroeder Track Invitational hosted by Rock Springs on Saturday, April 10.

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Pinedale native Blaine Mathews makes sprint to season's finish

The mile markers zipped past Blaine Mathews as he said he likes the frantic pace of the current Rocky Mountain Snowmobile Hillclimb Association circuit.

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Pinedale soccer falls to 4A Evanston

Pinedale girls’ and boys’ varsity soccer entered the second week of competition pitted against non-conference rival Evanston on Friday, April 2.

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PHS opens outdoor track season

Dust off those running cleats, shot puts, pole vaults and jumping boards.

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Gehlhausen signs with Chadron State

Pinedale High School senior Keegan Gehlhausen signed to wrestle for the Chadron State College Eagles at a ceremony in the Wrangler Gym on March 30.

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Romasko sets new school record

Senior Isabella Romasko's jump measured in at 37 feet, 2 inches.

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Lady Wranglers beat Lyman during opening weekend

Pinedale splits first weekend of the season.

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Wranglers open season with perfect weekend

Boys soccer outscores opponents 7-2.

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Isabella Romasko signs with U.S. Naval Academy

Romasko signed to compete on the Naval Academy's track and field team at a ceremony in the Wrangler Gym on March 23.

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Watch those deer

Pinedale Middle School students make waves at State Science Fair

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Rogers earns another All-State basketball honor

Junior Roxanne Rogers attacks basketball with drive and determination.

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Wind River Skate Club brings home the gold

The Wind River Skate Club competed at the Cody Spring Classic/Cowboy State Games in Cody last weekend.

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The Drift brings community pride

Nervous energy built and finally erupted with the starting call. The Drift 100 was on.

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Wyoming Cowgirls set for NCAA Tournament

First-round game is Monday at 8 p.m. and will be televised on ESPN.

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Wise competed at State Alpine Ski Championships

Pinedale Sophomore Sydney Wise competed at the 2021 Wyoming High School Alpine Ski State Championships in Jackson on March 5 and 6.

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Romasko earns All-State honors

Pinedale’s long winters are tough for indoor track athletes.

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Zane Hayward receives special Nordic ski award

Pinedale High School junior and Nordic skier Zane Hayward was chosen to receive the Ricky J. Caller Memorial Award this season.

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Lady Wranglers fall in Regionals

Basketball season came to a close for the Lady Wranglers in the all-or-nothing opening round at the 3A Southwest Quadrant Regionals hosted by Kemmerer on March 4.

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Wranglers' season ends at Regionals

The Wrangler boys’ basketball season came to an end in the winner-takes-all first round of the 3A Southwest Quadrant Regionals hosted by Lyman on March 4.

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Bowers receives All-State honors

Athletic ability comes naturally to Teagan Bowers.

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Romasko earns silver and bronze at State Indoor Track

Pinedale senior Isabella Romasko placed second in the triple jump and made All-State honors at the 2021 Wyoming High School Girls’ Indoor Track State Meet

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Wrangler wrestling trio makes All-State

Athletes check in for one final round after a long, punishing day of competition at the 3A Wyoming High School Wrestling State Championships on Feb. 26.

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Bowers finishes second in triple jump at State

Bowers made All-State honors at the State Indoor Track and Field Championships.

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Alpine ski team finishes regular season

Skiers ready for State after another meet in Casper.

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Nordic skiers finish season at State Championships

Some skiers logged season bests in Casper.

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Glaciers earn silver at State

Four earn All-State honors.

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Wranglers place fifth at State

Three State Champions crowned.

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Pinedale takes on taller Kemmerer

The Wranglers scrapped it out against Kemmerer in their final home game of the regular season on Feb. 19.

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Colby White signs to play football at Dakota State

White signed to play football at Dakota State University.

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Eleven Wrangler wrestlers qualify for State

Pinedale finishes second as a team at the Northwest Regional.

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Glaciers host 19U Division State Tournament

The Pinedale Glaciers’ 19U division finished out its season by hosting the State Tournament, Feb. 19-21.

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Indoor track team completes regular season

Two athletes made it through the rigorous and unusual process this year, to make the cut to State – seniors Isabella Romasko and Teagan Bowers.

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Sublette swim finishes 9th at State Meet

The 2020-2021 boys’ swim season came to a close at the 3A State Swimming and Diving Championships in Laramie on Feb. 19 and 20.

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Alpine skiers play hosts for latest meet

Sunny skies and freshly groomed powder greeted alpine skiers on the Wind River Trail at White Pine Ski Resort for the two-day Pinedale Invitational on Feb. 19 and 20.

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Girls brace for postseason with tough competition

Lady Wranglers battled Lander and Lyman as regionals loom.

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Sublette Swim makes most of Last Chance

Swimmers sending 12 to State Meet.

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Nordic ski team hosts meet before State

White Pine Nordic Center welcomes skiers in ideal conditions.

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Pinedale grows through tough weekend

Top-ranked Lander too much for young Wranglers.

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Wrangler wrestlers close regular season on top

Pinedale secures three home-duel victories.

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Glaciers cross state lines for weekend set

Boys, girls take on Jackson, Gillette and Miles City, Montana.

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Boys fall to veteran Powell, Lovell

Wranglers gain experience against senior-heavy teams.

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Lady Wranglers sweep Powell, Lovell

Pinedale stays No. 2 in the Southwest Quadrant over weekend.

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Indoor track team stacks up the wins

Senior Teagan Bowers breaks school outdoor record.

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Colby White makes Shrine Bowl roster

White played fullback and middle linebacker for the Wranglers.

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Lady Wranglers stack up the wins

Pinedale moves into second in quadrant standings.

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Cheerleading team competes at State

PHS took 10th in the 3A Game Day category.

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Boys' hoops battle Kemmerer over weekend

Strong start not enough for Wranglers.

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Wrestlers sweep home invitational

Pinedale wins home invite, splits Tuesday duels.

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Two more wins for Sublette swim team

Sublette sweeps the weekend.

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Sublette swim finishes 2nd at Lyman Invite

Day qualifies in sixth event, Hacklin qualifies in breaststroke.

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Glaciers battle Cheyenne and Sheridan

Pinedale hockey teams end full weekend slate.

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Alpine skiers compete in Casper

Wise, Gregory lead the Wrangler charge.

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Wrangler wrestlers win 5 duels

Rivalry win over Big Piney, historic win over Powell highlight weekend.

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Boys drop pair to Mountain View, Lyman

Wranglers return having played two tough quadrant opponents.

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Nordic competes in classic and sprint relays

Final meet at Trail Creek in Teton Pass brings tough conditions.

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Lady Wranglers upset quadrant rival Mountain View

Promising weekend ends with overtime loss on the road to Lyman.

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Nordic team experience hurdles at Beaver Creek

Skiers battle through adversity near South Pass City.

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Another winning weekend for Sublette County swim

Combined swim team nets consecutive wins over weekend.

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Grapplers go 3-3 at Thoman Memorial duels

Keegan Gehlhausen, Phelps, Hammer all cap perfect weekend.

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Pinedale sweeps Punchers, Jackson

Rivalry win highlights successful weekend for Lady Wranglers.

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Indoor track season opens in Gillette

Seniors Teagan Bowers and Isabella Romasko combined for four event wins.

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Wranglers go into weekend massively improved

Pinedale grows against stout competition.

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Glaciers battle Jackson, Rock Springs-Douglas

Mixed results compile for Pinedale hockey teams.

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Swim team wins at Big Piney, Cody

State-qualifying marks hit over the weekend.

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Lady Wranglers 1-1 at Winter Classic

Pinedale splits at home tournament

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Nordic skiers hit powder in Jackson

Wrangers hit the trails near Wilson

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Gregory nominated for Scholar Athlete Award

Wrangler senior one of 96 students nominated.

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Wrestlers score perfect weekend

Wranglers sweep Mountain View and Shoshoni.

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2021 World Fat Bike Championships coming

Championships relocated amid COVID health orders.

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