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Grizzly cagers prep for conference

The Rocky Mountain Middle School boys basketball squads did some last minute tuning up for their respective conference tournaments Tuesday by facing the Ten Sleep Pioneers in Ten Sleep. The seventh grade defeated the Pioneers 19-18 Tuesday in Ten Sleep. […]

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Lovell High School all-conference football players for 2016 are (l-r) Trace Murphey, Porter Nichols, Kaleb Mayes, Brandon Teter, Riley Abraham, Kade Gifford, Jaret Collins, Reece May and Tyler Teter.
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Nine Bulldogs receive all-conference honors

Nine Lovell Bulldog football players were honored with post-season recognition following voting by coaches last week in Casper. Senior Jaret Collins repeated as a Class 2A All-State selection and

Rocky Mountain all-conference football players for 2016 are (l-r) Wyatt Horrocks, Treyson Frost, Ethan Price, Gehrig Sweat, Brian Crawford, Garrett Vezain, Cole Simmons, Tristan Jewell and (inset) Zach Zier and Triston Rusch.
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Ten Grizzly gridders receive post-season honors

An outstanding 6-3 season has resulted in many post-season honors for members of the Rocky Mountain High School football team including five Class 1A All-State selections. Seniors

Lady Bulldog libero Mikkel McIntosh kept the ball in play throughout the 2A West Regional Tournament, making a major contribution to the team’s championship run.
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Take-no-prisoners Lady Bulldog netters win regional title

[caption id="attachment_11808" align="alignright" width="300"] Lady Bulldogs proudly displaying the medals they received this weekend as winners of the 2A West Regional Championships in Lander are (l-r) Madyson Jones,

Rocky Mountain senior Dominic Twomey looks to be in fine form during the state cross country meet in Sheridan Saturday. Twomey three-peated as an all-state runner, finishing in the top 10 at State for the third consecutive year.
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Rocky Mountain Grizzlies capture third at State

The Rocky Mountain Grizzlies brought home some major hardware from the state cross country meet in Sheridan Saturday, placing third in the 11-team Class 2A field with 55

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Bulldogs pound Kemmerer in ‘playoff game’

When the Lovell Bulldogs fell to Lyman two weeks ago, the playoffs began, even though there were two weeks left in the regular season. That upset loss made every

Members of the Rocky Mountain High School cross country team pose proudly with their regional championship trophy following the Five Rivers Conference meet last Thursday in Ethete. Pictured are (l-r) Adrian Gonzzales, Isaac Baird, Kyler Muffett, Skyler Drewes, Dominic Twomey, Trevan Lytle, head coach John Bernhisel, Zack Milbrad, Jonathan Allred, Alecx Christensen, Ben Smith, coach Tim Jones (in front of Ben), Justin Dausman, Richard Spann, Damon Watts, (front row) coach Penny Tolman, Jacque Leonhardt, Makaila Twomey, Pacee Garza, Pani Areeprachapirom and coach Mindy Mickelson.
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Rocky harriers top Wyoming Indian for regional title

Hoist the trophy. The Rocky Mountain Grizzlies are regional champions. The Grizz snapped a multi-year string of Wyoming Indian boys cross country championships by beating the Chiefs on their

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Lady Bulldog netters pick up two conference wins

The Lovell High School volleyball squad picked up some big conference wins this weekend by defeating Riverside Friday and Greybull Saturday at Johnny Winterholler Gymnasium. Friday, the Lady Bulldogs

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LHS Honor Society and FCCLA team up for pink fundraisers

The Lovell High School Honor Society and FCCLA students have teamed up to host two “pack the place in pink” sports games on Friday evening and Saturday afternoon

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Grizz crush Lusk Tigers, Cokeville looms

The Rocky Mountain Grizzlies wrapped up the non-conference portion of their schedule Friday night by blasting the Lusk Tigers 35-6 at the RMHS Field, exploding for three second-half