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Leave newborn wildlife alone this spring

Posted: Friday, May 20th, 2016
CHEYENNE, In the next several weeks, wildlife throughout Wyoming will be bearing their young. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department urges people who find young animals this spring to leave these wildlife newborns alone.
Most mammal mothers hide their young and return to them periodically to nurse. People finding these young mammals often assume these newborns have been abandoned, but
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Game and Fish proposes new grizzly bear regulation

Posted: Friday, May 20th, 2016
CHEYENNE, In the United States Fish and Wildlife Service's proposed rule for removing grizzly bears from the endangered species list in Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, there is a requirement that the states put several hunting regulations in place before delisting will occur. To meet that requirement the Wyoming Game and Fish Department has put out a draft regulation to the
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Afdahl, Clark to ride at National Junior High Finals Rodeo

Posted: Friday, May 20th, 2016
GOSHEN COUNTY, Two local eighth graders are firming in the saddle of rodeo destiny. Torrington's Blake Afdahl and Kadra Clark of Yoder are both going to the National Junior High Finals Rodeo in Lebanon, Tenn. June 19-25.
This is the third time the 14-year-olds have competed to attend the event.
Afdahl earned the 2016 All-Around Cowboy, and Clark
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Blazers top Bearcats 7-0 in last regular season game

Posted: Tuesday, May 17th, 2016
DOUGLAS, The Torrington High School Blazer boys' soccer team traveled to Douglas Friday to play the Douglas High School Bearcats, defeating the team by seven in a shutout defensive effort. Nathan Stitt led the Blazers with a hat trick and two assists.
"We jumped on the Bearcats early by scoring our first goal inside the three-minute mark with a Nathan
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Lady Blazers advance to regionals

Posted: Tuesday, May 17th, 2016

DOUGLAS, The Torrington High School Lady Blazers' soccer team traveled to Douglas Saturday for its final regular-season match against the Douglas Lady ‘Cats, defeating the team 3-1. Different ladies scored all three goals, and two of those three also earned an assist.
"I was very impressed with how our midfield played the entire game," coach Jesh Arnusch said. "We
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Dogger boys win regional meet

Posted: Tuesday, May 17th, 2016

TORRINGTON, The Lingle-Fort Laramie Dogger track teams hosted the 1A East Regional Meet in Torrington last weekend. The Dogger boys took home the team championship with 163.5 points, which represented a 28.5-point margin over their nearest competitor, Upton, who scored 135 points. The Lady Doggers earned the third-place trophy. This is the fifth consecutive regional championship the Lingle boys
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Torrington track places third, fifth at regionals

Posted: Tuesday, May 17th, 2016
BUFFALO, The Torrington High School Blazer track teams traveled to Buffalo Friday, and the ladies placed third with 90 points, led by Kaelyn Riley's 40 individual points off four gold medals, and the boys earned fifth with 80-and-a-half points.
Girls results: The prodigy Kaelyn Riley earned gold in the 100-meter dash in 13.05, the 200-meter dash with a time of
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Call for entries: Youth Hunter Education Challenge

Posted: Thursday, May 12th, 2016
CHEYENNE, Arguably, the most Wyoming of all high school state championships is coming up soon. The state hunting championships are just around the corner. This is particularly important in a state where residents hunt at more than twice the national average.
The ninth annual Youth Hunter Education Challenge, as it's officially called, will be held June 4, 2016 at the
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Madi Haun: Thunderbird

Posted: Thursday, May 12th, 2016
TORRINGTON, Torrington High School student-athlete and rodeo star Madi Haun signed on with Casper College to continue her rodeo career as a Thunderbird. Nearly a 14-year veteran of the sport, she brings a significant amount of experience to the table, and the Thunderbirds will gain a fierce competitor as well.
"I've been in rodeo since I was about four
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Blazers score late to defeat Outlaws 2-0

Modified: Wednesday, May 11th, 2016
TORRINGTON, The Torrington High School Blazer boys soccer team hosted the Rawlins Outlaws Saturday, defeating the team 2-0 in overtime. After Nathan Stitt scored the Blazers' first goal in the 83rd minute, Matt Bebo put it out of reach 11 minutes later.
"We put 28 shots on goal during regulation, some that should've gone in except for a tough, defensive-minded
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Southeast girls place third at SEWAC

Modified: Wednesday, May 11th, 2016
BURNS, The Southeast High School girls' and boys' track teams traveled to Burns High School to compete at SEWAC Friday. Jeff Burroughs led the boys to a fifth-place finish with 63 points and his championship shot put effort, and the girls earned a third-place finish with 82 points thanks to many first-place efforts in field and running events.
Jacob Cushman
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Lady Blazers top Rawlins 7-0

Posted: Tuesday, May 10th, 2016

TORRINGTON, The Torrington High School Lady Blazers' soccer team hosted the Rawlins Outlaws Saturday, defeating the team 7-0 behind Yanni Saucedo and Maddy Werner's hat tricks.
"This game was for our seniors," coach Jesh Arnusch said. "We played extremely hard for them and were motivated to send them off with a win for their last-ever home game. From the
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LFL boys capture SEWAC championship

Posted: Tuesday, May 10th, 2016
BURNS, The Lingle-Fort Laramie Dogger track teams traveled to the SEWAC Conference on Friday, May 6 in Burns. The boys captured the SEWAC Conference championship with a 118-point effort. Pine Bluffs was second with 115 points, while the LFL girls finished in sixth place. The boys 4x100 relay team earned gold with a time of 46.02. On the girls' side,
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Torrington golf places four at home tournament

Posted: Tuesday, May 10th, 2016
TORRINGTON, Golfers Caleigh Essert and Kash Kaufman led the Blazers Friday at the Torrington High School home tournament. Kaufman won with 77 strokes, and Essert placed second in the girls' division with 90 strokes.
Jayce Eaton earned sixth place with 82 strokes, and Michael Schuler received ninth with 83 strokes.
"We finished on a pretty good note at our
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