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Tongue River Senior Nate Plymell is having a great start in the 2012 track season, most recently with two first place finishes. At the Jerry Campbell Invite held at Buffalo High School on March 23rd Nate took first in the 300 Meter Hurdles with a time of 44.23 and followed that up with a 24.54 in the 200 Meter Dash.

The Wyoming Chapter of the National Football Foundation honored Jordan Roberts and Austin Bolin with scholarships at the group's 17th annual banquet in Laramie on March 17th.

Junior Cody Jolovich from Tongue River High School just does beat out Junior Isaac Kiefer from Buffalo High School in the 1600 Meter Run during Friday's Jerry Campbell Invite 2012 held at Buffalo High School. Official times were 5:10.04 for Cody and 5:10.43 for Isaac.

On Friday morning Lady Ram Senior Alex Blare was among the 14 girls in the Triple Jump at the Jerry Campbell Invite 2012 held at Buffalo High School. In addition to soaring through the blue sky on a beautiful spring day in the triple jump shown here, Alex also participated in the long jump and the 100 meter hurdles. Check back later to see how she did when the official results are posted.

In a high noon showdown between the Sheridan Broncs and the Laramie Plainsmen - the team the Broncs beat for the State Championship last spring - the Plainsmen had a great first 25 minutes scoring two goals. After that a "whole lot of Bronc offense" just couldn't score.

Bronc Senior Jake Moore gets the first goal of the evening as the Sheridan Broncs took on the Cheyenne South Bison on Scott Field in Sheridan. It took the Broncs a few minutes - make that 11 - to get warmed up but then they poured it on as they defeated the Bison by a final score of 9 to 0 to keep their shut-out record perfect at 19 goals to 0 in their first 5 outings of the season.

The screenshot shown here shows former Big Horn Ram Colby Wollenman, now a Michigan State Spartan, working with the Spartan standout Draymond Green during warm-up before Sunday's NCAA playoff game against Saint Louis. Colby left Big Horn after graduating in May 2011 and headed to Michigan to study medicine thinking his basketball days at a higher level were over.

The Wyoming Coaches Association has selected Sheridan Bronc Head Coach Mike Ibach as the East Conference Boys Basketball Coach of the Year. Mike joins Bubba O'Neil, the West Coach of the Year from Evanston, as the two top coaches in the 4A.

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