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Lady Lancers fall one win short

Posted: Tuesday, Mar 14th, 2017
SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb., The Eastern Wyoming College Lady Lancers played their way into their first Region IX championship game since 1979 but fell to Western Nebraska in the finals to finish as the runner-ups in Scottsbluff, Neb. over the weekend.
"It will take a long time for the disappointment to wear off and the silver lining to shine through, so to

Trailblazers win consolation championship at state tourney

Posted: Tuesday, Mar 14th, 2017
CASPER, The Torrington Trailblazers boys' basketball team suffered a loss in the opening round of the 3A State Tournament to Lyman, but battled back to win the consolation championship in Casper over the weekend.

Lyman 51, Torrington 47
The Blazers built an early lead against Lyman, growing a 21-13 advantage after the first frame. The Eagles outscored Torrington 15-8

Three Blazers named all-conference

Posted: Tuesday, Mar 14th, 2017
TORRINGTON, Torrington's Tyler Ring and Jordan Malm were named all-conference and all-state, while Logan Murphy represented the Lady Blazers on the all-conference list.
Ring, the Blazer boys' lone senior, paced Torrington in three different categories. He amassed 11.7 points, 6.2 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 2 steals and 0.7 blocks per game this season. He led Torrington in total rebounds, defensive rebounds

Torrington Trailblazer senior sendoff

Posted: Thursday, Mar 9th, 2017
TORRINGTON, Staff and students at Torrington High School sent the boys' basketball team to Casper with a rousing cheer on Thursday, while also celebrating the basketball seniors whose Senior Night was cancelled due to weather.
The Torrington boys are advancing to the state tournament for the first time since the 2011-2012 season, when they brought back a state title. The

Meet the athletic trainer: Emily Yorges

Posted: Thursday, Mar 9th, 2017
TORRINGTON, Emily Yorges has been working at North Platte Physical Therapy and with Goshen County athletes for seven years, but her athletic training practices are felt beyond the county lines.
Yorges got interested in athletic training in Douglas, where she went to high school. She took sports medicine classes that were taught by the full-time athletic trainer for the Bearcats

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