The Wyoming Indian boys basketball team roared into the 2024 State Tournament after missing the big dance in the three previous years. The Chiefs knocked off Pine Bluffs and Tongue River in the first 2 rounds and shut down a talented Lusk offense in their 48-42 win in the championship game on Saturday in Casper.

Wyoming Indian had one All-State selection in Darwin Gambler who averaged 14 points and 7 rebounds a game this season. He had 19 points in their first-round win over Pine Bluffs and 15 in their semi-final round contest vs. Tongue River.

The Chiefs got season-long contributions from several players and Heeyeniniitou Monroe-Black played a big role in the State Tournament. He had 11 points in each of the last 2 tournament games and made some big shots down the stretch Vs. Lusk in the title contest.

This was Wyoming Indian's first state title since 2020 and we talked with Gambler and Monroe-Black after the game for their thoughts on a championship season.

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2A Boys Basketball Championship-Wyoming Indian vs. Lusk

2A Boys Basketball Championship-Wyoming Indian vs. Lusk

Gallery Credit: Frank Gambino

Wyoming High School Basketball
Darwin Gambler-Wyoming Indian


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