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Wranglers down Lovell, 21-14, move to first round of playoffs

Posted: Thursday, Oct 27th, 2016
PINEDALE, The Pinedale Wranglers high school football battled frigid temperatures and stiff competition from the visiting Lovell Bulldogs during a closely contested game at Sunny Korfanta Field last Friday, where the Wranglers came from behind to win in the fourth quarter, 21-14.
The game started with a slow pace, as neither team found the end zone in the opening quarter.

Lady Wranglers host regional action this weekend

Posted: Thursday, Oct 27th, 2016
PINEDALE, The Pinedale Lady Wranglers high school volleyball team was dealt a tough blow during the final regular season matchup of the year last Thursday, as the team fell to a talented Star Valley program in Pinedale during Senior Night.
The Lady Wranglers put up a tough fight early on but couldn't keep up with the Lady Braves. Star Valley

Lady Wranglers continue to improve net skills

Posted: Thursday, Oct 20th, 2016
MOUNTAIN VIEW , The Pinedale Lady Wranglers didn't bring home a win but the team continues to move forward learning good lessons along the way.
In Lyman last
Friday, Oct. 14, the volleyball team got off to a slow start but worked on communication and passing to add to the girls' hitting and blocking skills, according to Coach Patrick

Big Piney sports corner

Posted: Thursday, Oct 20th, 2016
The Big Piney High School football team traveled to Mountain View last weekend, where it dropped the game by a score of 55-12. The team wraps up its regular season schedule this afternoon with a home game against Greybull at 3 p.m.

Wranglers take tough loss at Greybull

Posted: Thursday, Oct 20th, 2016
GREYBULL, The Pinedale Wranglers' high school football (4-3) team had a tough challenge last weekend as they faced off against Greybull (6-1) on the road, where Pinedale was handed a 44-13 loss.
According to Coach Mitch Espeland, Greybull got off to a strong start and didn't make things easy for the Wranglers.
"Greybull jumped on us early," he said. "They

Swim team secures second at 3A conference

Posted: Thursday, Oct 20th, 2016
LYMAN, Hard work paid off for the Sublette Girls Swimming and Diving team last weekend, as the team picked up a second-place finish at the 3A West Conference meet in Lyman.
Lander finished with the highest team score of 342 points, while Sublette was close behind with a total of 309 points, well ahead of third-place finisher Powell, which amassed

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