Wyoming High School started its spring run last week with two events. Week 3 of the spring season has three events on the schedule, and the weather looks fantastic for hitting the links. Cheyenne, Riverton, and Sheridan are hosting on Friday. Most 4A teams are heading to the Capital City. Class 3A is mainly in Riverton, and the 2A Northeast plus a few other schools will play at Sheridan in an event hosted by Tongue River.


Here are the next spring events. The schedule and who is attending are subject to change.

April 12, 2023

Cheyenne Spring Invite at Airport C.C. – Campbell County, Cheyenne Central, Cheyenne East, Cheyenne South, Douglas, Green River, Kelly Walsh, Laramie, Natrona County, Scottsbluff (NE), Sheridan, Thunder Basin, Torrington, Wheatland.

Natrona's Cheyenne Ward won the girls' medalist honor by three shots, while Josh Lane from Kelly Walsh was the boys' medalist by two shots. The Sheridan girls and Kelly Walsh boys grabbed the team titles.

Riverton Spring Invite at the Riverton C.C. – Cody, Evanston, Jackson, Kemmerer, Lander, Lovell, Lyman, Pinedale, Rawlins, Riverton, Rock Springs, Worland.

Lovell's Erika Cook and Riverton's Parker Paxton were the winners. Riverton swept the two team titles.

Tongue River Spring Invite at Kendrick G.C. in Sheridan – Big Horn, Hulett, Lusk, Moorcroft, Sundance, Ten Sleep, Thermopolis, Tongue River, Upton.

Upton's Ciarra Moore won the girls' division by five strokes. Braxton Tremain of Tongue River won the boys' division by four shots. Thermopolis had the only girls' team score. Glenrock won the boys' team crown.

The results of each tournament will be posted once they are received.

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Wyoming High School Sports Pics of the Week: Apr. 10-13

Wyoming High School Sports Pics of the Week: Apr. 10-13

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