The 2023 indoor track season for prep athletes around Wyoming is here. The first meets of the season are this weekend.

The state championships are a two-day meet on March 3 and 4, 2023, in Gillette at the Campbell County Fieldhouse or Recreation Center with boys and girls competing together.

It’s time for the season to get rolling. Several are heading to Casper on Saturday, but a few others have opted to attend a smaller meet hosted by Sheridan in Gillette on the same day.

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This is the schedule for the first weekend of indoor track. Schedules are subject to change.

Saturday, Jan. 14:

Natrona Invite from Natrona County HS MAC: Field Events start at 9 a.m.; Track Events start at 10 a.m. & are on a rolling schedule

Teams Attending: Burns/Pine Bluffs, Cheyenne Central, Cheyenne East, Cheyenne South, Cody, Douglas, Elite Solutions Academy (Casper), Glenrock, Green River, Kelly Walsh, Laramie, Lander, Lovell, Natrona County, Pinedale, Powell, Riverton, Rock Springs, Torrington, Western Heritage Lutheran Academy, Worland

Rust Buster Invitational from the Campbell County Recreation Fieldhouse in Gillette (hosted by Sheridan): Field & Track Events start at 10 a.m.

Teams Attending: Big Horn, Buffalo, Campbell County, Sheridan, Thunder Basin, Tongue River

Abby Newton of Sheridan was the only individual two-event champ in the 800 & 1600 meters of the girls' division. Austin Akers from Sheridan also swept those same two events on the boys' side. Teammate Aidan O'Leary won the 200 meters and 55-meter hurdles. Thunder Basin's Nolan Hottel won the high jump and triple jump.

Girls Team Scores: Sheridan 196, Thunder Basin 144, Campbell County 91, Buffalo 63, Big Horn 22.

Boys Team Scores: Sheridan 237, Thunder Basin 139, Campbell County 88, Buffalo 25, Big Horn 19, Tongue River 2.

2022 State Indoor Track Meet

2022 State Indoor Track Meet

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