Golf is nearing its end while cross country is getting to the mid point in cooler weather.

Golf for the weekend has events in Casper, Kemmerer, and Lusk with a 4A West Conf meet in Riverton.  Also 3A Conference plays in Torrington and Powell.

 At Casper, Taylor Dryden of Central won in a two hole playoff with Corbin Hill from Kelly Walsh.  Quintin Pope of East was third with John Murdock of Laramie fourth.   Kelly Walsh
won the team title.   Bailee Watt of Kelly Walsh won the girl's side.   Scarlet Perry of Kelly Walsh made a hole in one at the Casper Country Club on number 17.  It was a 160 yard par 3.   Natrona edged KW for the girl's team title.
At Riverton, the 4A Conference Championships went down.   Nathan Green of Green River won the boys title while Kalle Lunsford of Evanston won the girls.  The Riverton boys were team champs while Evanston won the girls.
3A held their conference meets.  Powell held the west, Torrington the East.
At Torrington, Hannah Pfisterer of Buffalo and Sarah Schroefel of Worland both shot a 188 to lead the girl's side.   it took a two hole playoff but, Schroefel would break the tie and win. Chase Cochran of Wheatland won the boy's side.  Team champs were Buffalo girls and Wheatland boys.
In the West in Powell, Pinedale sophomore Jordan Costello shot a six under par 138 to win.  Sidney Gunn of Cody won her fifth meet in a row with a 159.  Team champs were the Jackson Boys and Star Valley Girls.
At Lusk,  Denton Shaw won on the home course as the Lusk golfer carded a 152 to win by two strokes.   On the girl's side, Kacie O'Connor of Sundance also won by two strokes.  Team wise, the Wright boys and Lusk girls were winners.
Results from Kemmerer coming soon.
State golf will be in Sundance for 2A, Buffalo for 3A and Rock Springs for 4A next week.
For Cross Country, meets are slated for Cody, Douglas, Lander, and Star Valley.
At Lander on Thursday, Micah Whiting of Lander, and Sarah Wassum of Worland were individual champs.   Teamwise, the Lander boys and Wyoming Indian girls were winners.
A few wyoming teams competed at a meet in Custer, SD
Douglas hosted their Jackalope Invite.   The KW boys put five in the top six places led by Nate Robinson.   On the girl's side, Ausin Asay, who runs for Pine Bluffs/Burns, was the winner.  No team scores were made available if kept.
Teams in SW Wyoming went to different venues.   Star Valley, Rock Springs, Cody, and Jackson went to the Bob Firman Invite in Boise, ID.
Green River was at the Royal XC Challenge in Roy, UT
Cheyenne East, Cheyenne Central, Cheyenne South, Laramie and Saratoga went to Colorado.
Results as they become available.