It’s the final chance for a tune-up or to qualify for the state indoor track championships. The last week, or Week 7, of the 2024 Wyoming High School indoor track season is this week. The two Casper schools held a dual early in the week, while Sheridan will host in Gillette, and Laramie holds their second meet of the year. A few teams are choosing to just train before next weekend’s state championships in Gillette.


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This is the schedule for the seventh week of indoor track. Schedules are subject to change.

Tuesday, Feb. 20:

NC-KW Dual in Casper at the Natrona County HS MAC: Track Events & Field Events begin at 5 p.m.

Teams With Athletes Competing: Kelly Walsh vs. Natrona County. Glenrock is also competing.

Girls Team Scores = Kelly Walsh 257.50, Natrona County 151.50, Glenrock 5.

Boys Team Scores = Kelly Walsh 244.50, Natrona County 179.50, Glenrock 12.


Thursday, Feb. 22:

Sheridan Invitational in Gillette at the Campbell County Recreation Center Fieldhouse: Track Events & Field Events both begin at 10 a.m.

Teams With Athletes Competing: Big Horn, Buffalo, Campbell County, Cody, Kelly Walsh, Powell, Sheridan, Thunder Basin, Tongue River, Torrington, Worland.


Friday, Feb. 23:

Laramie Last Chance Qualifier in Laramie at the Univ. of Wyoming Fieldhouse: Track Events start at 9:30 a.m. & Field Events begin at 9:05 a.m.

Teams With Athletes Competing: Burns/Pine Bluffs, Cheyenne Central, Cheyenne East, Cheyenne South, Douglas, Green River, Lander, Laramie, Pinedale, Rawlins, Riverton, Rock Springs, Western Heritage Lutheran Academy.

Reed McFadden of Lander won the 55-meter hurdles and 400 meters.  He was the only two-event individual champion.


Casper Indoor Track Meet

Casper Indoor Track Meet

Gallery Credit: Shannon Dutcher, Frank Gambino,

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