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After dipping their toes in the water in Powell and Cody in the Park County Tournament last week, the Buffalo High School golf team will head to Kendrick Golf Course in Sheridan on Thursday and Friday with a full squad and something they haven’t had the last couple of seasons – plenty of com…

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The last of the Johnson County Cowgirls rodeos of the summer is in the books, as cowboys and cowgirls took to the arena and the track last week one last time before the end of the year banquet Aug. 18 at the Johnson County Fairgrounds.

For future Clear Creek Middle School cross-country runner Amelia Berglund, there may not have been a better way to prepare for her inaugural season of racing than a 5K dash through the hills and valleys of Buffalo.

She pedaled a road bike old enough to be in a museum for over 20 miles. She had to reel in a fellow racer down the final stretch of the 5K run to take the lead. But after getting off to a sizzling start in the 800-yard swim, former Buffalo High School Lady Bison athlete Nicole Thiele dug dee…

If Longmire star Katee Sackhoff was considering competing against the Bomber Mountain Derby Devils and their peers from around the region on Sunday, she apparently had a change of heart after seeing the junior derby skaters display their skills to start out the show.

Future Buffalo soccer stars are taking to Meadowlark Fields this week, as international coaches from Challenger Sports work with players to help develop the techniques they will need to help them to the next level in the sport.

With so many first-year players taking the field for the WYO Pride 12-and under fastpitch softball team, last Tuesday’s home matchup with one of the best teams in Wyoming gave them an indication of just what is possible in a short amount of time.

After 14 years of Kick Em Up Cans barrel races in Buffalo and Thermopolis, the contest shows no signs of letting up.

Four hours of running through Bighorn mud isn’t your average family reunion. But, for Marcie Scarlett of Buffalo, deciding to pace her son Matt through the last 18 miles of his 100-mile race at the Bighorn Mountain Wild and Scenic Trail Run last Friday and Saturday was an obvious choice.

Buffalo High School football coaches Rob Hammond and Ross Walker, along with former Bison quarterback Luke Glassock and linebacker Aaron Thiele, helped lead the North squad to a 29-19 victory over the South Saturday in Casper at the 2019 Shrine Bowl all-star game.

She rides a horse named Casino, but it didn’t seem like much of a gamble when Buffalo High School Rodeo Club member Jordyn McNamee combined with longtime friend and basketball peer Kaydin Davis to finish out the spring rodeo season as team roping partners.

The Buffalo High School Rodeo Club took full advantage of their home turf over the weekend at the Johnson County Fairgrounds.

The Buffalo High School girls soccer team entered the 2019 3A state tournament having lost to one team all year. The Lady Bison also ended the 3A state tournament having lost to only one team all year – another tough loss to the state champion Cody Lady Broncs.

After it was all said and done at the 2019 3A track and field state championships in Casper last week, a few things were set in stone.

When the Buffalo High School track and field team headed to Burns for the 3A East regional track meet last week, there were high expectations.

The Buffalo High School Bison soccer team outscored two conference opponents last week by a combined 8-0. Stormy weather canceled what would have been a third game April 26 with Newcastle.

Hundreds of track and field athletes packed Mike Moon Field for the Buffalo Twilight track meet on Thursday, as some familiar BHS faces took down some of the top competition in the region.

The Buffalo High School Lady Bison soccer team started last week with a convincing conference win and finished the week with an even more convincing conference victory as they upped their record to 5-1-1 and remained undefeated in conference play.

After 30 years on the sidelines of Wyoming high school basketball and football teams, Buffalo High School head basketball coach John Hepp has decided to hand over the reins of the Bison cagers and start a new chapter without calling the shots from the bench.

While some kids took the “break” part of spring break literally, a number of Buffalo High School track and field athletes took a different route and matched up with some of the best competition in Wyoming and South Dakota during the Queen City Classic at Black Hills State University in Spear…

Cody Milmine broke a school record in the 100-meter dash, took first in the 200-meter dash and helped the boys 4x100 relay team finish first for Buffalo High School at the Jerry Campbell Invite Saturday in Buffalo.

It may have taken an extra week to get out and compete thanks to the uncooperative spring weather, but during their first outing, the Kaycee High School track and field girls team prequalified for state in three events.

It might have taken 15 minutes or so for the Buffalo High School Lady Bison soccer team to get into a groove on Saturday, but once they did it was a bit of a mismatch against Powell.

It isn’t referred to as March Madness for nothing, and the madness for the Buffalo High School Buffalo Bison basketball team reared its ugly head in the semifinals of the 3A state tournament Friday at Casper College.

If anyone took away anything from the Buffalo High School Bison boys basketball team’s 3A East regional championship win last week in Wheatland, it wasn’t if they won, why they won or when they won. What stood out is how the Bison won.

The Buffalo High School Bison (5-1, 16-3) seniors put on a show Friday night in their final appearance in front of the home crowd in a 75-44 win over Thermopolis to end the regular season.

The dust has settled, the smoke has cleared and after another tough season on the mats the Buffalo High School Bison wrestling team is sending nine grapplers to the 3A state tournament this weekend, two of them conference champions.

After taking care of Rawlins Saturday night 58-49, the Buffalo High School Bison basketball team (3-0, 15-2) remains undefeated against every 3A team in the the district and the region.

The Buffalo High School Lady Bison (2-1, 14-2) basketball team remained hot and cashed in on a pair of road wins over the weekend.

It was billed as rematch of last year’s 3A state title game but turned out to be a mismatch as the Buffalo High School Bison (3-0, 12-2) basketball team overwhelmed Cody Saturday at BHS 71-45.

Dawson Hatch came out hot early and Tyce Dahlberg made his presence known down low Friday night as the Buffalo High School Bison basketball team eventually pulled away from Douglas for a hard fought 64-40 win over the Bearcats.

After a near upset by Wheatland Friday night at Buffalo High School, the No. 1 ranked Bison basketball team turned around and crushed Burns Saturday afternoon at home to up their record to 7-2 overall as they head into a pair of tough matchups this weekend and begin conference play.

The Buffalo High School Lady Bison basketball team was tested early and often at the Winter Classic in Pinedale over the weekend, but still came out on top in a pair of games before dropping their final matchup.

Normally when a high school student hears from a sibling or a parent that they saw something about them on Facebook, they might think twice about what they’ve done and where they’ve been the past few days.

It had been years since the 3A Buffalo High School Lady Bison basketball took on the 4A Sheridan High School Lady Broncs. It had been much longer since the Lady Bison were able to get away with a victory against the team up north.

Kaydin Davis poured in 23 points and Sydni Dobbin added 10 Saturday afternoon as the Buffalo High School Lady Bison basketball team dominated Worland 61-40 at home.

After crushing Lovell 68-23 Friday, the Buffalo High School Bison basketball team ran into their first road block in a long time on Saturday, as Lander took down the Bison 65-61 at the East/West Classic at BHS.

With the Buffalo High School wrestling team’s first home action just moments away and two week’s worth of practices in the books, new head coach Kade Caturia has a feeling a handful of grapplers have a shot at going a long way this season.

Basketball fans should be able to get their fix this weekend as Buffalo High School hosts the East/West Classic. The tournament will feature eight 3A teams in 12 games. 

It won’t be easy to match what the Buffalo High School Lady Bison basketball team did last season.

It was an eerie feeling watching the bush pilot fly away for good. They were 140 miles up river from their take out point and left to their own devices to find it, 300 miles north of Fairbanks in the Arctic Circle on the south slope of the Brooks Range.

If there’s one overriding theme to take away from the Kaycee High School Lady Bucs 1A East regional championship victory on Saturday, it has to be how much they earned it.

It turned out that the Buffalo High School girls swim team’s goal of bringing home a conference championship only sounded lofty, as the Lady Bison sliced through the competition Friday and Saturday in Douglas to win the 3A East regional meet and capture their first conference title since 2010.

After a long bus drive to Big Piney on Friday, it took a little time for the Buffalo High School football team to put together a scoring drive on the field, but once the offense got rolling the defense did their part in a 28-0 win against the Punchers.

Lingle-Ft. Laramie gathered around their coach during a timeout in the first half against the Kaycee High School Buckaroos in Kaycee on Friday, and the coach screamed out words of encouragement heard across the field and into the parking lot.