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Bulldog golfers find success in Worland; Hoover fifth

The Lovell High School golf team played well at the Worland Invitational Thursday-Friday as senior Lane Hoover shot an 85 both days for a total of 170 to place fifth at the meet. “To see Lane place in the top […]

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Grizz blast Kemmerer 47-7 to open season

The new-look Rocky Mountain Grizzlies started the 2016 in impressive fashion Friday night, powering past the Class 2A Kemmerer Rangers 47-7 on their home field in Cowley. Riding a


Lady Bulldog netters dominate early season tournament

The Lovell High School volleyball team put up an impressive showing at the North Big Horn County Volleyball Tournament held at Lovell High School Aug, 26-27. The Lady


High school gridders prep for season

A sure sign of the fall season to come is the popping of pads on high school practice fields as teams prepare for the new football season. Practice for


Wambeke, Bond to play baseball at Dawson

A pair of Lovell Mustangs baseball players will be continuing their careers at the next level. Cole Wambeke and Dakota Bond, both of Cowley, will play for the


Mustangs win two to place second at district tourney

With all four teams advancing to the state tournament in Douglas, the Class A North District Tournament in Cody last week was played for state seeding, and the

Lovell Mustangs pitcher Dakota Bond delivers a pitch during Lovell’s 6-4 win against Riverton July 1 in Greybull. Bond won that game and also engaged in a pitchers’ duel against the Jackson Giants Saturday in Billings.
Nathan Oster photo

Mustangs struggle through brutal schedule

Having wrapped up the conference season on July 5 with a doubleheader sweep of the Powell Pioneers, the Lovell Mustangs embarked on a grueling road trip that included

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Joe White chosen for RMC Athletic Hall of Fame

North Big Horn County sports fans who have seen Joe White officiate games for decades in the region may not realize that he was an outstanding athlete himself


Dodgers and Indians place second at interleague tourney, Nats third

The Lovell Dental Dodgers and the Big Horn Engraving Indians took second place, respectively, in the Minor and Major League Interleague Tournaments Monday through Friday in Lovell and

Wyoming Lime Producers Royals pitcher Ozz McArthur fires a pitch home during Friday’s game against Otto at Constitution Park.
David Peck photo

Interleague tournaments under way 

The MTI Nationals defeated South Big Horn’s number two Majors team 3-1 Thursday at the Lovell NE South Field as the regular season neared an end. Dallen Mangus started