2025 Main St., Torrington, Wyo. 82240 • Ph: (307) 532-2184 • Fax: (307) 532-2283
E-EDITION LAST UPDATED:
Current E-Edition

Top Stories Sports Obituaries Opinion Records Photos Home 

Lady Doggers dominate with five wins at LFL Invite

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 30th, 2016
LINGLE, The Lingle-Fort Laramie Doggers posted a record of 5-0 at the LFL Invite in Lingle on Aug. 26.
The Lady Doggers were one of 10 team who attended the invite and the day saw 25 games played. LFL played against Midwest, Sundance, Kaycee, Upton and Hulett on Friday.
"I thought the team did very well," Clark said. "We played
...more

Torrington golf finishes second, third in Wheatland

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 30th, 2016
WHEATLAND, The Torrington Trailblazers girls' golf team finished second and the boys finished third overall at a golf tournament in Wheatland on Aug. 25-26.
Caleigh Essert led the charge for the Blazers, posting a score of 166 over two days, shooting an 83 on each day. She beat the second-place golfer by 15 strokes.
Kaylee Wilson was the second-best
...more

Torrington tennis racks up the wins

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 30th, 2016
LARAMIE, The Torrington girls' tennis team has played against four different teams since the Casper Jamboree, while the boys' team has played two games.
On Aug. 25, the girls' team went to Casper to take on both Casper Kelly Walsh and Casper Natrona. They walked away from the day with one loss and one win.
In the morning, the Blazers
...more

Lady Cyclones play six games in Douglas Invitational

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 30th, 2016
DOUGLAS, The Southeast Cyclones posted a record of 3-3 at the Douglas Invitational on Aug. 26-27.
On Friday, the Lady Cyclones played three games in pool play. Buffalo bested them in their first game of the tournament in two sets, 10-25 and 19-25. Southeast did bounce back and beat the Douglas JV team in three sets, winning the first and
...more

Torrington cross-country has six runners compete in Newcastle

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 30th, 2016
NEWCASTLE, Torrington had six racers, five boys and one girl, compete in a cross-country meet in Newcastle on Aug. 26.
Shelby Schainost was the only runner for Torrington in the girls' division. She clocked a time of 26:13 to finish eighth overall.
In the boys' division, Torrington had five runners all place within the top 30. William Fluckiger posted the
...more

Goshen County junior football sign up night

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 30th, 2016
TORRINGTON, Come sign up for Goshen County Junior Football. Goshen County Junior Football is a contact sport among age divisions. There is a third/fourth-grade division and a fifth/sixth-grade division. Equipment is provided with the exception of mouth guards and cleats. Players need a physical before they are able to play. Most games will be Saturday mornings. If you have any
...more

Torrington volleyball goes 3-3 at Douglas Invitational

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 30th, 2016
DOUGLAS, The Torrington Trailblazers volleyball team went 3-3 at the Douglas Invitational on Aug. 26-27.
"We went 3-3 on the weekend," head coach Abby Bruch said. "We communicated well. At times, we showed some really great things on both offense and defense."
In pool play, the Lady Blazers had games against Shoshoni, Glenrock and Wright. In its first game, Torrington
...more

Lancer volleyball starts season 3-1

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 30th, 2016
NORTH PLATTE, Neb., The Eastern Wyoming College Lady Lancers posted a record of 3-1 at the Subway Classic Tournament in North Platte, Neb. on Aug. 26-27.
EWC began the tournament against North Platte Community College and won its first regular season game of the year in four sets. The team won the first, second and fourth sets for the win.
...more

Winget wins gold at Wyoming Senior Olympics

Posted: Thursday, Aug 25th, 2016
SHERIDAN, Rusty Winget took home the gold in the swimmer's mile at the Wyoming Senior Olympics in the 55-59-year-old division on Aug. 3-6.
With a time of 33:26, Winget captured the gold for his age group in the 1,500-meter freestyle. He finished over a minute faster than the second-place finisher in his division. The 1,500 meters Winget swam equates to
...more

Local archer wins gold in Wyoming Senior Olympics

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 23rd, 2016
SHERIDAN, Jerry Powers, a 65-year-old Torrington resident, took home the gold medal in the bow hunter freestyle event at the Wyoming Senior Olympics in Sheridan on Aug. 3-6.
At the games, there were 23 different events offered. There were 16 total archers across three different styles in all age groups.
Powers won gold this summer but is no stranger
...more

Brave C.A.T.S. looking for stronger fourth year

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 23rd, 2016
TORRINGTON, Brave Children and Their Struggles (C.A.T.S.) has been in Torrington helping local youth for three years, and the organization is looking to continually grow.
Brave C.A.T.S began as an organization to help at-risk youth in the area, according to Lamarr Mainor, the organization's founder and executive director. Mainor has only been in the Torrington area for three years, and
...more

Torrington tennis competes in Casper Jamboree

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 23rd, 2016
CASPER, The Torrington High School tennis team competed at the Casper Jamboree in Casper on Aug. 20 with several strong showings.
The Jamboree had six teams there, including Torrington. The other five schools that attended were Casper Kelly Walsh, Casper Natrona, Sheridan, Cody and Rawlins. All six partook in a round robin tournament.
On the boys' side, Tyler Ring turned
...more

Torrington golf finishes second in Wheatland

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 23rd, 2016
WHEATLAND, The Torrington girls and boys golf teams each finished second at the tournament in Wheatland on Aug. 19-20.
On the girls' side, Caleigh Essert led the way with 147 over the two days. She finished first in the girls' division. Kaylee Wilson shot a 113 on the first day and a 116 on the second day to finish sixth
...more

Doggers prepare for fall football season in new class

Posted: Thursday, Aug 18th, 2016
LINGLE, The Lingle-Fort Laramie Doggers are preparing for the 2016 football season after moving down to 1A 6-man football, and despite not being eligible for the playoffs, they should be competitive.
After a 7-3 season in 11-man football last year, the Doggers made the decision to move down to six-man football. According to Matt Cornelius, LFL's new head coach, the
...more

Team Liberty thanks Moose Lodge

Posted: Thursday, Aug 18th, 2016
Team Liberty recognized the Moose Lodge on Aug. 16 with a shirt signed by all of the members of the team. The Moose Lodge helped support Team Liberty on their trip to New York City. Team Liberty had nine players from around the Nebraska-Wyoming area, including Kaylee Wilson, Kaci Schmick, Brittany Lopez and Dani Hankins-Masterson, all of who are from
...more

Media/coaches’ preseason football poll released

Posted: Thursday, Aug 18th, 2016
TORRINGTON, WyoPreps has released the results of a state-wide coaches' and media preseason football poll, with two Goshen County teams reaching the top-five.
In 3A, the Torrington Trailblazers were voted fifth among the coaches and media from around Wyoming. They find themselves behind Star Valley, Green River, Douglas and Riverton, who check in at first through fourth, respectively. The Blazers
...more



You May Also Like







Select Page:
Within:
Keyword:

Google

Entertainment







Shoppe Hide

 

Copyright 2016 News Media Corporation

News    Classifieds    Shoppe    Search    ContactUs    TalkBack    Subscribe    Information    E-Edition    Business Portal