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.
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.
The Wyoming Coaches Association has announced the Girls and Boys 2A Basketball Conference Teams and All-State Selections. On the All-State lists were Stephen Yellowtail, Sarah Nielson & Sarah Rawlings from Tongue River and Erica O'Dell from Big Horn.
On Friday night at home the Big Horn Rams showed that Rams can indeed fly and that they did over their cross-district rivals the Eagles from Tongue River. Big Horn's Connor McCafferty led all scores with 24 points helping his fellow Rams lead 16 to 11 after one, 37 to 27 at the half, 58 to 38 after three and 68 to 58 at the finish.
Friday evening down 49 to 48 with 10-seconds left Lady Ram #23 Mali Wright passes over the head of #24 Tara Stimpson to #15 Erica O'Dell in front of #20 Sarah Nielsen, O'Dell tries to get the ball to #5 Hanneah Puckett but #42 Tianne Main takes the ball away from Puckett, an elated Stimpson watches as Main, with the ball over her head, throws to Tiana Mitchell down the court.
Aliya, Carleigh, Mary and Hanna, shown here, and Hayle, Kaya, Kynlee, Chloe, Miah, Lilan, Bailey, & McKayla of the "Little Eagle Cheerleaders" invite you to come watch them cheer for the Eagles and Lady Eagles of Tongue River HIgh School. The girls range from 1st grade through the 5th grade.
Friday night in Dayton, Tongue River's #11 Stephen Yellowtail led the way with 30 points while #21 Tanner Dockery and #15 Matt Yellowtail followed with 16 and 10 respectively for 56 of the Eagles 70 points as they downed their cross-district rivals the Big Horn Rams. The Rams led by 4, 11 and 5 at the end of quarters 1, 2 and 3 but fell behind in the 4th.