Wyoming high school track and field teams are into their fifth week of competition.

Several meets are scheduled with the bulk on the weekend, weather permitting. A few meets have already been moved or postponed. The biggest events are in Burlington, Evanston, and Sheridan.

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This is the schedule and the teams that are attending. The schedule is subject to change.

TUESDAY, APRIL 13

Bison/Bearcat Dual at Buffalo HS Bison Stadium – postponed to 4/27/21

Kelly Walsh/Natrona County Dual at Harry Geldien Stadium in Casper

Girls Team Scores: Kelly Walsh 78 Natrona County 64

For Kelly Walsh, Elayna Chafee won the 400 meters & triple jump. Finley Klinger won the 1600 & 3200 meters. For NC, Breonna Beckley won the 200 meters & long jump.

Boys Team Scores: Kelly Walsh 91 Natrona County 49

KW's Cameron Burkett was the only 2-event winner in the shot put & discus.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14

Dave Draney Invitational at Afton – postponed to 4/21/21

THURSDAY, APRIL 15

Powell Quad at Panther Stadium in Powell – canceled

Wolverine Twilight in Riverton – postponed to 4/26

Out-of-State Meet:

Highland Gold Baton Relays and Invitational at Highland High School in Pocatello, ID: Field Events at 1 p.m. & Track Events at 2 p.m. – Lyman

Elena Jensen won the 3200 meters and added a 3rd-place in the 800 meters. Kendall Dickerson added a runner-up in the shot put. Hallie Bluemel took 3rd in both the 100 & 300 hurdles.

Braxton Bradshaw won the high jump & pole vault. Joseph Turner won the discus & was 4th in the shot put. The Eagles 4x100 meter relay took 2nd place.

 FRIDAY, APRIL 16

Burlington HS Invite in Burlington at 1 p.m. – Burlington, Dubois, Greybull, Lovell, Meeteetse, Riverside, Rocky Mountain, St. Stephens, Ten Sleep, Western Heritage Lutheran Academy, Worland

Girls Team Scores: Worland 123, Ten Sleep 93, Burlington 91, Lovell 87, Riverside 55, Meeteetse 48, Dubois 35, Rocky Mountain 26, Greybull 7

Boys Team Scores: Worland 193.5, Lovell 136.5, Burlington 115.5, Dubois 64, Meeteetse 39.5, Ten Sleep 39, Riverside 37, Greybull 20

Burns Invitationalpostponed; reschedule date is TBA

Evanston Invite #1 in Evanston – canceled

Finch-Lehner Track Invitational in Glenrock – canceled

Laramie Invite at Deti Stadium in Laramie – canceled

Puncher Invitational in Big Piney – canceled

SATURDAY, APRIL 17

Burt Willford Memorial Invitational in Saratoga: Field Events at 10 a.m. & Track Events at 11:30 a.m. – Encampment, Little Snake River, Rock River, Saratoga, St. Stephens, Wind River, Wyoming Indian

Girls Team Scores: Saratoga 145, Little Snake River 108, Encampment 72, Wyoming Indian 49, St. Stephens 42, Wind River 23, Rock River 20

Saratoga's Whitney Bennett wins 4 events. She was first in the 200 meters, 300 hurdles, long jump & triple jump. Teammate Savannah Wells wins the 100 meters & 100 hurdles. Encampment's Lizzie James wins the shot put & discus.

Boys Teams Scores: Saratoga 137.50, Encampment 111, Little Snake River 94, Wind River 90.50, Wyoming Indian 21, Rock River 10, St. Stephens 8

Wind River's Colby Jenks wins the 800 meters & 300 hurdles. LSR's Kannadis Peroulis swept the long jump & triple jump. Encampment's Quade Jordan takes both the shot put & discus.

Dan Hansen Invite in Sheridan at 10 a.m. – Arvada-Clearmont, Big Horn, Campbell County, Cody, Kaycee, Kelly Walsh, Natrona County, Powell, Sheridan, Thunder Basin, Tongue River

Girls Team Scores: Sheridan 107.50, Thunder Basin 102, Campbell County 85.50, Natrona County 77.50, Kelly Walsh 72, Cody 57.50, Tongue River 53, Buffalo 45, Powell 40, Big Horn 2, Wright 1

Campbell County's Nyomi Moore wins the 100 meter & long jump. Teammate Lauryn Love sweeps the shot put & discus.

Boys Team Scores: Sheridan 168, Natrona County 104, Kelly Walsh 76.50, Thunder Basin 64, Powell 61, Campbell County 57, Buffalo 35, Tongue River 34, Big Horn 32.50, Cody 8, Wright 4

KW's Darius Wiggins wins the 200 & 400 meters. Campbell County's Remar Pitter won the high jump & long jump.

Mick Tonkel Track & Field Classic in Upton – postponed to 4/21

Out-of-State Meet:

Alliance Invite in Alliance, NE: Field Events at 9 a.m. & Track Events at 11 a.m. – Lusk - canceled

Center of the Nation Invite in Belle Fourche, SD: Field Events at 9 a.m. & Track Events at 10 a.m. – Hulett

Hulett boys finished 12th with 12 pts, while the Hulett girls were 14th with 9 pts.

Myah Cornett was 3rd in the high jump. Bryce Ackerman was 3rd in the discus.

Davis Invitational in Kaysville, UT: Field Events at 9 a.m. & Track Events at 8 a.m. – Evanston

Evanston girls won the Sprint Medley relay.

Grizzly Invitational in Logan, UT: Field Events at 8:30 a.m. & Track Events at 9 a.m. – Cokeville, Jackson, Mountain View

No team scores provided

Cokeville's Tana Teichert cleared 9-7 and won the pole vault. She was runner-up in the triple jump. Emmie Barnes was 2nd in the 100 hurdles. Kylee Dayton was 2nd in the 300 hurdles. Mountain View's Kate Giorgis won the triple jump with a leap of 34-3.75. Mylie Micheli was 3rd in the pole vault. Kate Brigham of Jackson won the 1600 meters.

In the boys' division, Cokeville's Nate Barnes was 2nd in the 110 hurdles. Mo Uasike was 3rd in the triple jump. Mountain View's Connor Micheli won the pole vault at 14-feet with teammate Tanner Collins second at 12-feet. Tel Malone won the shot put with a toss of 52-6 and was 2nd in the discus. Ashton Schofield was 2nd in the 200 meters. Tanner Erickson was runner-up in the 3200 meters. Jackson's Mason Wheeler took 2nd place in the 1600 meters.

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2021 is the 125th annual Cheyenne Frontier Days. It's crazy when you stop to think about it that means the Daddy of 'Em All has been around longer than the internet, sliced bread, and cars!

Over that century-plus of Old West celebrations, millions of people have visited Cheyenne, Wyoming. Many of the people took home souvenirs of their days cheering on the rodeo participants and exploring Wyoming.

Many years later those souvenirs have made their way onto the online auction site eBay. Collectors from around the world are reading bits and pieces of Cheyenne's history of tourism. Here are a few of the treasures we found recently.