The Torrington High School girls' softball team tied top-ranked players on the Cheyenne East squad during a double-header on Tuesday.

The Lancers continued their winning streak with a win at the Northeastern Junior College Tournament in Colorado.

Lingle-Fort Laramie head basketball coaches Susan Bartel (Lady Doggers) and Chris Cook (Doggers) received SEWAC's 2024 Coach of the Year Award.

The Torrington High School golf team opened the spring season in Douglas on April 5.

The Torrington High School softball team won a game and lost a game against Cheyenne Central's varsity squad the previous week.

Six members of the EWC rodeo team advanced to the short-go at CSU.

The Torrington High School track teams put in strong performances against larger teams at Cheyenne East.

The Southeast High School track teams performed well against significantly larger teams at the Cheyenne East Invitational.

The Torrington High School Lady Blazers battled Rawlins at their second home game of the spring season.

The Lingle-Fort Laramie High School track teams demonstrated huge improvement at the Mitchell Invitational, culminating in nearly 20 new personal records.

The Torrington High School Blazers continued their winning streak with a decisive conference victory against Rawlins.

The Torrington High School Lady Blazers went head-to-head against Rawlins at home this afternoon

The Torrington High School Blazers defeated Rawlins in a decisive home game this afternoon.

The Eastern Wyoming College Lancer golf team maintained their winning momentum at the McCook Tournament on March 28, snagging third place for the third time this spring.

Southeast Lady Cyclones' head basketball coach Jennifer Scheer received the 1A Girls Basketball Coach of the Year Award from the Wyoming Coaches Association.

Twelve Goshen County athletes competed at the Midwest Classic National Tournament in Kearney at the end of March, returning with a bag filled with hardware.

The Lingle-Fort Laramie Doggers placed sixth at the Mitchell Invitational this afternoon, while the Lady Doggers took eighth place.

The Torrington High School Lady Blazers came up short against Douglas at an away game on March 28.

The Torrington High School Blazers netted their first conference win for the season against Douglas on March 28.

The Torrington High School outdoor track team returned from the Wheatland Invitational with plenty of hardware, PRs and a new school record.

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