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EWC comeback falls short

Posted: Friday, Nov 21st, 2014
TORRINGTON, Eastern Wyoming College (EWC) grabbed the lead with under eight minutes to play in the game, but it lasted only one possession as the Lady Lancers fell 76-74 to Casper College Tuesday night at the Verl Petsch Jr. Activities Center.
EWC trailed by as many as 16 in the second half before making a furious comeback in the final 15
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TMS wrestling wins Douglas Invitational tournament

Posted: Friday, Nov 21st, 2014
DOUGLAS, Two words that are not allowed in the Torrington Middle School (TMS) wrestling room: "I can't," according to coach Dennis Estes.
"Once they get that ‘I can' attitude in their hearts, there is no stopping them," he added.
Well, the Blazer wrestling team can.
TMS edged Glenrock Middle School by six points to take the Douglas Invitational team title
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Lancers return to winning ways

Posted: Friday, Nov 21st, 2014
LAKEWOOD, Colo., The Eastern Wyoming College (EWC) men's basketball team returned to the win column Tuesday night with a 90-58 road victory over Colorado Christian University JV, an NCAA II institution.
The win gave the Lancers a chance to work out some kinks and get everyone some key playing time.
"We got better," coach Casey Jones said. "Overall, it
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WHSAA releases 2015 football schedules

Posted: Friday, Nov 21st, 2014
TORRINGTON, The 2014 high school football season just wrapped up last Saturday in Laramie, and the Wyoming High School Activities Association just released the 2015 schedules.
For the three Goshen County high schools, next season's schedules mirror 2014.

2015 schedules:
Torrington: vs. Glenrock; at Worland; at Green River; vs. Riverton; at Douglas; vs. Lander; vs. Buffalo; at Rawlins.

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Trio earns all-state honors; Eleven area players make respective classes’ all-conference teams

Modified: Wednesday, Nov 19th, 2014
TORRINGTON, Three Goshen County volleyball players earned Wyoming Coaches Association (WCA) All-State awards last week.
The WCA announced its postseason awards last Thursday, and Southeast seniors Jessica Lessard and Madison Pragnell and Lingle-Fort Laramie senior Natalie Booth led the way.
It was Lessard's second year in a row making the Class 2A All-State list. She also earned the Class 2A
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EWC comes up short in Cheyenne twice

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 19th, 2014
CHEYENNE, The Eastern Wyoming College (EWC) men's basketball team fell to .500 on the young season after a pair of losses at the Laramie County Community College Classic over the weekend.
Both days, the Lancers nearly overcame a large gap in the closing moments but couldn't get over the hump for the victory.
On Friday, EWC fought back from a
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Blazer middle school wrestlers down Scottsbluff

Modified: Wednesday, Nov 19th, 2014
TORRINGTON, The Torrington Middle School (TMS) wrestlers won 24 of the 46 matches to defeat the Scottsbluff (Neb.) Middle School Bearcats, 122-102.
"I was pleased with the intensity that the middle school wrestlers showed," coach Rob Flock said. "When the opportunity presented itself, the wrestlers were hungry and looking for the pin."
The difference in the bout came with the
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EWC names new High Point Club members

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 19th, 2014
TORRINGTON, The Eastern Wyoming College (EWC) Lancer Rodeo team recently added additional members to the team's High Point Club.
Team members must earn a determined amount of points over their career as a Lancer to become a member, and they can qualify for the club at any point during their stay at EWC, according to coach Jake Clark.
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Defense key to Lady Lancer win

Posted: Friday, Nov 14th, 2014
TORRINGTON, Sophomore guard Joanna Perez got the Eastern Wyoming College (EWC) Lady Lancers started in Tuesday evening's 70-52 win over the Central Wyoming College Lady Rustlers.
Her steal and layup a minute into the contest put the Lady Lancers up 2-0 and was the start of a defensive onslaught that forced 35 turnovers, 22 alone in the first half.
"I
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EWC sweeps Lancer Classic

Posted: Friday, Nov 14th, 2014
TORRINGTON, The Eastern Wyoming College (EWC) Lancer men's basketball team improved to 3-1 with wins over the EWC Alumni and the Rocky Mountain Piranhaz at the annual Lancer Classic last weekend.
On Friday, the Lancers defeated the Alumni, 102-85.
The Lancers were led by sophomore guard Kalil Potts with 20 points, while sophomore forward Arthur Santanna added 16. Freshmen Rich
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Locals heading to Vegas for Cranberry Classic

Posted: Friday, Nov 14th, 2014
TORRINGTON, Last year, local baseball players Alex Wright and Chase Lovercheck made a trip to Las Vegas, Nev. for the Cranberry Classic as members of the Wyoming Renegades, a traveling USSSA team from Laramie.
This year, Torrington Babe Ruth coaches Johnny Wright and Rob Moorehouse are organizing a 15U USSSA traveling baseball team of their own to take to the
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Tiger baseball joins Panhandle Baseball Conference

Posted: Friday, Nov 14th, 2014
TORRINGTON, The Torrington Tiger baseball team recently announced that it will be joining the Panhandle Baseball Conference.
The conference also includes Sidney, WESTCO, Chadron, Gordon, Alliance and Gering, all in Nebraska.
"Becoming a part of this conference does not interfere with Wyoming American Legion, it only adds a few set games during the season and significantly increases the players' notoriety,
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Lady Cyclones end season with win; Southeast brings home third-place trophy from state tournament

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 12th, 2014
CASPER, The Southeast Lady Cyclones ended a 19-year drought not placing in the Class 2A State Volleyball Tournament on Saturday with a 3-2 victory over the Lyman Lady Eagles in the third-place match.
The Lady Cyclones had not placed in the top four since a runner-up season in 1995 and had not won a game at the Casper Events Center
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Lingle-Fort Laramie finishes season 1-2 at state

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 12th, 2014
CASPER, Coming into the season, many people didn't expect the young Lingle-Fort Laramie (LFL) Lady Dogger volleyball team to even reach the Class 1A State Tournament, let alone win a game at state, but that's exactly what they did.
The Lady Doggers came into the tournament as the No. 3 seed and faced the No. 2-seeded Cokeville Panthers on Thursday.
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Blazers come up short in the semis

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 12th, 2014
DOUGLAS, The Torrington Blazer football team did something no one had been able to do against the Douglas Bearcats in two years, rush for over 200 yards on their defense.
In all, Torrington rushed for 233 yards and gained a total of 257 yards in the 27-0 loss.
"I thought our double-wing idea was a good idea," Lenhardt said. "I
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LFL falls to Cokeville in semifinal round

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 12th, 2014
COKEVILLE, It didn't take long for the Cokeville Panthers to grab an early lead on the Lingle-Fort Laramie (LFL) Doggers.
Only three minutes into the game, the Doggers fell behind 7-0 en route to the 36-7, season-ending loss.
The score remained the same until Cokeville added a second score early in the second quarter.
A little bit later, the Doggers
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Lady Lancer volleyball team ends season at regionals

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 12th, 2014
CASPER, The Eastern Wyoming College (EWC) Lady Lancer volleyball season came to an end with losses to Western Wyoming Community College and Laramie County Community College at the Region IX, double-elimination tournament.
In the opening round, the Lady Lancers fell to No. 1-seeded Western Wyoming, 3-0 (25-16, 25-18, 25-5).
Sophomore Adele Cass led EWC with eight kills, while sophomore McKayla
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