With just a few weeks left until regionals and state, there are a lot of duals played throughout the week.

The main events this weekend are Bridgerland in Cokeville, the Southeast Duals in Yoder, and the Greybull Invite.

All events and schedules are tentative and are subject to change. If you see something missing or incorrect please email david@wyopreps.com

Tuesday, Feb. 1

Cody 63 Thermopolis 18

Kelly Walsh 51 Thunder Basin 45

Torrington at Alliance, NE - missing results

Wheatland Triangular - Glenrock, Laramie, Wheatland

Wheatland 42 Glenrock 36

Laramie 53 Glenrock 24

Laramie 47 Wheatland 27

Star Valley Triangular - Lyman/Mountain View, Pinedale, Star Valley

Star Valley 44 Pinedale 27

Star Valley 29 Lyman/Mountian View 20

other results missing

Newell Round Robin Tournament at Newell, SD HS

Newcastle/Upton won the tournament with 137 points. They had six wrestlers take 1st place in their respective weight classes, as well as three 2nd and 3rd place finishes. Sundance took 7th and Hulett finished 4th.

Wyoming teams: Hulett, Newcastle/Upton, Sundance

Thursday, Feb. 3

Campbell County at Moorcroft - missing results

Cody at Riverton - missing results

Douglas 40 Natrona County 37

Cheyenne East 46 Kelly Walsh 23

Rawlins 49 Lander 28

Worland at Thermopolis - missing results

Dubois Triangular - Dubois, Shoshoni, Wind River

Friday, Feb. 4

Sheridan 33 Cheyenne Central 21

Sheridan 34 Cheyenne East 30

Thunder Basin 77 Cheyenne South 0

Cheyenne South at Campbell County - missing results

Dubois 39 Greybull/Riverside 30

Saratoga 42 Dubois 36

Star Valley 41 Green River 30

Lander 40 Powell 38

Lovell Quad - Lovell, Moorcroft, Shoshoni, Tongue River

Moorcroft 57 Lovell 24

Lovell 48 Tongue River 36

Lovell 51 Shoshoni 30

other results missing

Bridgerland Tournament at Cokeville HS missing results

Wyoming teams: Big Piney, Cokeville, Jackson, Kemmerer, Lyman, Mountain View

Saturday, Feb. 5

Thunder Basin 43 Cheyenne Central 25

Cheyenne Central at Campbell County - missing results

Cheyenne East 65 Campbell County 12

Thunder Basin 42 Cheyenne East 19

Sheridan 74 Cheyenne South 6

Rock Springs Conference Dulas - Evanston, Green River, Kelly Walsh, Natrona County, Rock Springs

Natrona County 42 Evanston 23

Natrona County 55 Green River 24

Natrona County 52 Rock Springs 22

other results missing

Black Hills Classic at Ginsbach Gymnasium in Hill City, SD

Newcastle/Upton finished 5th with 115.5 points. Josh Womack won the 220 weight class and scored 28 points for Newcastle/Upton. Wright came in 9th, Sundance 13th, and Hulett 15th.

Wyoming teams: Hulett, Newcastle/Upton, Sundance, Wright

Greybull Invite at Greybull HS

Cody won the invite with 205 points. The Broncs had three 1st place finishes and four 2nd places. Moorcroft and Powell followed in 2nd and 3rd.

Wyoming teams: Cody, Dubois, Greybull/Riverside, Lander, Lovell, Moorcroft, Powell, Rocky Mountain, Saratoga, Shoshoni, Thermopolis, Tongue River, Wind River, Worland, Wyoming Indian

Rawlins Rumble at Rawlins HS

Douglas won overall, taking 1st in the gold bracket. The Bearcats won 40-36 over Moffat County, CO in the 1st place match. Rawlins won the silver bracket and West Grand, CO won the bronze.

Wyoming teams: Buffalo, Douglas, H.E.M., Kelly Walsh JV, Lander, Lyman, Natrona County JV, Pinedale, Rawlins, Torrington

Out-of-State teams: Moffat County, CO, West Grand, CO

Southeast Duals at Southeast HS in Yoder, WY

Lusk took 1st place, beating Lingle-Ft. Laramie/Southeast in the championship match 42-34.

Wyoming teams: Burns/Pine Bluffs, Glenrock, Lingle-Ft. Laramie/Southeast, Lusk, Wheatland

Out-of-State teams: Alliance, NE, Banner County, NE, Bridgeport, NE, Chadron, NE, Hay Springs, NE, Mitchell, NE, Morrill, NE, North Park, CO, Sioux County, NE

How Many Medals Have Wyoming-Born Athletes Won at the Olympics?

Wyoming isn't represented on Team USA for the 2020 (in 2021) Olympics in Tokyo. But, athletes born in Wyoming have competed for the gold a handful of times over the last century.

According to the folks at BeenVerified.com, seven Wyoming-born Olympians have competed on the world's largest stage.

Since the 1932 LA games, these competitors earned four Olympic medals; one gold, two silver, and a bronze. Wrestling, Track and Field, and Rowing are the evens where Wyoming-natives have shined.

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