Seven of the 10 wrestlers competing earned All-American honors, with Pinedale’s own Cody Phelps, a sophomore at Western, winning an individual National Championship at 133 pounds. He was also voted the NJCAA Outstanding Wrestler of the year. National Champion Phelps said, “It’s hard to describe in words what it means to be part of this team. I accomplished my goals but I couldn’t have done it without all of my teammates, coaches, fans and supporters as well as my family. Western is an amazing place!”  Sophomore River Wardle of Heber City, Utah received the Bruce Traphagen Award, given to the wrestler with the most falls in the least amount of time.

PINEDALE — Registration for the 2024 little league baseball season is now open. Pinedale Little League is seeking new and returning players for the upcoming season. Available divisions include …

The Special Olympics Wyoming 2024 State Winter Games were held in Jackson Feb. 27-29. Two local athletes, Ian Jones of Big Piney and Scott Covill of Pinedale, represented Sublette County in cross-country skiing.

An epic season for the Pinedale High School Wrangler basketball team concluded with three athletes earning multiple postseason awards from the Wyoming Coaches Association.

A historic season for the Pinedale High School Lady Wranglers culminated with athletes picking up multiple postseason awards from the Wyoming Coaches Association.

The Drift 100 overall winner has always been a male biker, until this year when Shalane Frost, a 35-year-old woman from Fairbanks Alaska, crossed the finish line in first place on her skies in only 23:21:36. The second-place overall finisher was male biker Edyn Teitge, who at age 14 is the youngest athlete to ever complete the marathon. The teen from Hailey, Idaho completed the race in 23:55. Pulling into third place on her bike was Ginny Robbins, from Victor, Idaho. No stranger to The Drift 100, Robbins is now the first athlete to finish the race in each of the three divisions and place first in each discipline.

PINEDALE — The Wyoming Senior Olympics were held at the Pinedale Aquatic Center and White Pine Ski Resort in Pinedale from Thursday, March 7 through Sunday, March 10. What follows is an …

The Pinedale Glaciers “B” Division high school team captured second place at the Wyoming Amateur Hockey Association’s (WAHA) 2024 State Tournament in Gillette following an epic cliffhanger game for the championship against Laramie that went into an overtime 5-man shootout with Laramie prevailing by a single point.

The Punchers started off the tournament strong, winning 8 in the boys and 1 in the girls.

A successful season for Pinedale High School grapplers culminated with both the boys’ and girls’ teams capturing second place at the 2024 State Wrestling Championships in Casper over the weekend.

The Wranglers took second overall following two giant slalom races on Friday and both slalom runs on Saturday, posting 91 team points. The Pinedale boys beat Kelly Walsh, Natrona County, Cody and Laramie, with only Jackson scoring more points to take first place.

The Pinedale High School Nordic ski team rounded out a successful season with strong performances at the Wyoming Nordic Skiing State Championships on Casper Mountain from Feb. 23-24.

The Lady Wranglers’ decisive victory cemented Pinedale’s position as the No. 1 team in the 3A Southwest Quadrant at the conclusion of an exceptional regular season that saw the Lady Wranglers post a 5-1 conference record.

An overwhelming 63-46 home victory by the Pinedale High School Wranglers against the Mountain View Buffaloes secured the Wrangler’s position as the No. 1 team in the 3A Southwest Quadrant as the regular season passed into the rearview mirror.

The Pinedale High School girls’ varsity team snagged second place following two days of competition featuring a 4-kilometer skate race on Friday followed by an 8-kilometer classic course on Saturday. Pinedale tallied 131 points overall to beat Lander, Kelly Walsh, Sheridan and Jackson.

The victory against Thermopolis cemented Pinedale’s position as the No. 1 seed in the 3A Southwest Quadrant with a 4-1 record.

Pinedale rounded the regular season out with two games against Rock Springs earlier this month. The Glaciers fell to Rock Springs, 6-4, in a close game on Feb. 9. Rebounding the following day, the Glaciers achieved an 8-2 victory against Rock Springs.

The Lady Punchers will enter the 2A West Regional Tournament this weekend in Riverton as the No. 2 seed and will play Rocky Mountain on Feb. 22 at 3:30 p.m.

A fast and furious Puncher offense netted 20 points in the opening quarter while a tenacious Big Piney defense held Kemmerer to 12 points, laying the foundation for the Punchers’ success at the end of regulation.

The Lady Wranglers left it all on the court at an away game against the Thermopolis Lady Bobcats on Feb. 17, scoring their seventh consecutive win and fourth conference victory by an overwhelming 71-38 margin. Pinedale remains in the No. 1 spot in the 3A Southwest Quadrant with a 4-1 record as the final week in the regular season approaches.

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