It's a new world for the Lingle-Fort Laramie basketball teams as they'll be moving to 2A from 1A in the 2022-23 season. The Doggers opened up the season on Friday at the Burns Tournament with a 49-19 win over Big Horn. Lingle had 10 players score in that game and were led by Ashlee Hatten with 11 points and Kamryn Rafferty with 10. This squad ended up 1-2 at the tournament with a couple of losses to 3A teams in Moorcroft and Newcastle.

Hatten and Speckner are returning all-conference players from a team that went 13-11 last season. The Doggers are looking for a return trip to the State Tournament with 2020 being the last time they qualified for Casper. Lingle-Fort Laramie can turn defense into offense so they can make life miserable for opponents.

We had an opportunity to talk with Kamryn Rafferty and Natalie Speckner after that big win over Big Horn. That was the way to start the season! Make sure you take a look at some pics from that game on Friday morning.

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Lingle-Fort Laramie Vs. Big Horn Girls Basketball

Lingle-Fort Laramie Vs. Big Horn Girls Basketball
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