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Performing their championship-winning dance at the Wyoming State Spirit competition in Casper Wednesday evening are members of the Lovell High School Jazz Dance team (standing, l-r) Mya Meier, Tori Aiken, Heather Bartling, (second row) Kaitlyn Grant, Amber Mayes and (in front) Whitney Grant.
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Lovell dancers win 3A Jazz Dance title

They’ll be raising another banner at Winterholler Gym. For the second year in a row and the third time since the Wyoming State Spirit Competition was reduced to just two classes – 3A and 4A – a Lovell High School […]

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Colton Wardell of Rocky Mountain High School and Cole Moncur of Lovell High School show off a plaque won by their team at the Newcastle High School Speech and Debate Tournament held in Newcastle on Feb. 6-7.
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Speech and debate team takes first at Newcastle

[caption id="attachment_9899" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Colton Wardell of Rocky Mountain High School and Cole Moncur of Lovell High School show off a plaque won by their team at

Lovell junior guard Madison Harper drives to the basket against Jackson defender Abigail Shockley during Lovell’s 71-39 win Friday night. Now 11-2, the Lady Bulldogs travel to Lander for a conference game Saturday.
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Lady Bulldogs sweep

The Lovell Lady Bulldogs showed they are a force in the 3A West over the weekend with a sweep of the visiting Jackson and Star Valley. Lovell

Nine Lovell High School students made all-state choir this year, including (front row, l–r) Drake Welch, Hunter Tippetts, Logan Hitz, Paul Montuy and (back row, l-r) Jamie Kite, Miranda May, Kaitlyn Mickelson, Emilie Asay and Afton George.
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Vocalists take top honors in all-state choir

Music instructors from Rocky Mountain and Lovell High Schools are singing the praises of their vocal students who made the all-state choir after auditioning in early November

Lovell sophomore heavyweight Jaret Collins puts the hurt on an opponent during the Powell Invitational Tournament Friday. Collins finished second at 285. The Bulldogs will compete at the Battle of the Big Horns in Worland this weekend.
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Zeke Collins a champ; Bulldogs place fifth at Powell Invitational

There’s always lots of room for improvement following the first wrestling tournament of the season, but for Lovell coach Daniel Robertson, the Bulldogs’ fifth-place finish at the Powell

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Lovell schools meet new state accountability requirements

According to the new accountability in education standards for the state of Wyoming, Lovell schools made the cut, with the elementary and middle schools rated overall as

Lovell senior Cade Bischoff turns upfield for a big gainer during Lovell’s first-round playoff game at Big Horn Friday night. The Bulldogs battled the top-ranked Rams before falling 23-12 in the best 2A game of the opening round.
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Bulldogs nearly pull first-round upset

In what was easily the best game of week one of the playoffs in Class 2A, the Lovell Bulldogs went toe to toe with the undefeated and

Chayli McArthur gives the ball a bump, while Lauren Hinckley stands ready to assist if needed at the regional tournament held in Jackson this week.
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Lady Bulldogs advance to State

After clawing their way to fourth place at Regionals this week in Jackson, the Lady Bulldogs volleyball team earned a chance to compete in the 3A State

A quartet of Lovell cross country runners – (l-r) Jacob Newman, Andrew Mayes, AJ Dickson and Brent Snyder – hit their stride shortly after the start of the Class 3A West Regional cross country meet Friday in Afton.

Two Lovell runners earn all-conference honors in Afton

[caption id="attachment_9330" align="alignright" width="300" class=" "] A quartet of Lovell cross country runners – (l-r) Jacob Newman, Andrew Mayes, AJ Dickson and Brent Snyder – hit their

The Bulldog Café is ready to serve lunch to Lovell High School students for the first time on Tuesday, Oct. 21.
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Bulldog Cafe opens this week

For the first time in many years, students at Lovell High School will be able to relax and enjoy lunch with their fellow classmates on campus when