After building what looked like an insurmountable lead in the first day and a half, the Braves saw the power of the Natrona Mustangs as they closed to within 12 points before three wins in their final four matches gave Star Valley the 4A West Regional Crown.
Archive for February, 2008
Updated team scores, from Saturday, with four matches left: Star Valley 215, Natrona 197.50, Green River 150.50, Kelly Walsh 127, Rock Springs 124 and Evanston 123. Here are the championship matches. They will be updated when the results become available.
There was a time when driving into Alpine from the south presented an interesting phenomenon. The posted speed limit in the northbound lane was 45 mph. The posted speed limit for the southbound lane, however, was 35 mph. Confusion was the result.
The Wyoming State Board of Education will meet on February 19 and 20 in the Administration Building 3rd Floor Training Center at Laramie County School District 1.
Teams from Natrona, Evanston, Rock Springs, Kelly Walsh and Green River will join the Braves on their home mat as the six squads vie for their own chunk of the state tournament spots in Casper next week.
Several property tax relief measures continue to work their way through the system in the House of Representatives.
Despite waiting a few extra days to make the trip, the Kelly Walsh Trojans looked anything but bored and fatigued from the drive. Joe Munsell dropped a season-high 26 points while Cobi Eskew scored 19 in a 67-51 Trojan victory.
“Responsibility and responsiveness will be the theme of this budget session,” Speaker of the House Roy Cohee announced at the end of the House Republican Caucus on Sunday. “While the State of Wyoming has ample wealth, we have an obligation to future generations. Will they look back and say they spent it all, or will [...]
A female mountain lion was relocated to the Salt River Range just southeast of Afton last week by Wildlife officials. The lion was taken from a garage at a residence near Hoback Junction.