Wrestlers get the season started this weekend around the state and across the borders.
The Wyoming High School Activities Association recently met to finalize reclassification, as well as start discussion on possibly changing the rules for school co-oping.
Reclassification, football conferences and several sport season adjustments were made by the Wyoming High School Activities Association, at the first fall meeting of the 2013-2014 school year.
The Wyoming High School Activities Association has signed a long term agreement for webcasting of state championship events.
Refs are coming up short in numbers, for various high school sporting contests in the Cowboy State
The 2013-2014 school year is about to start in both the classrooms and on the field of play...and it's already time to start thinking about the next 2 school years.
The honors keep piling up for Tevis Bartlett, while some wrestlers might want to keep an eye out for a female on the mat.
Getting thanks from the team and fans is usually enough for a coach, however a little good national recognition, never hurt anyone.
Dino Collins of Lovell and Madison Legerski of Laramie were named the boys and girls winners of the 2013 Milward-Simpson award, which is considered to be the highest honor that a Wyoming High School Athlete can receive.
Who is the best male and female athlete of the 2012-2013 school year?