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Blazers second in Wheatland quad

Posted: Thursday, Jan 19th, 2017
WHEATLAND, The Torrington Trailblazer wrestling team went 2-1 in Wheatland on Tuesday on their way to a second-place finish in a quad with Douglas, Wheatland and Niobrara County.

Torrington 63, Niobrara 15
The Blazers started off the night with a 63-15 win over Niobrara County.
The dual started with a win via Lusk forfeit at 113 pounds. Following the
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EWC Lady Lancers finish home stand with win

Posted: Thursday, Jan 19th, 2017
TORRINGTON, The Eastern Wyoming College women handed Central Wyoming College a loss on Monday, 85-73, to win the final game of their three-game home stand.
Both the Lady Lancers and Lady Rustlers put up 17 points in the first frame. EWC outscored CWC 26-19 to take a 43-36 lead into the break. The Lady Lancers poured in 23 points in
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Gear up!

Posted: Thursday, Jan 19th, 2017
YODER, The Southeast Booster Club has donated $2,000 to the junior high wrestling team to purchase supplies and team-wear, fulfilling a request from Grant Logsdon, a seventh-grader at Southeast Junior High.
"He took it upon himself and did the research and asked some coaches and asked the booster club for some money to help the junior high wrestling team," sadi
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Lady Cyclones rally to beat Lady Doggers

Modified: Tuesday, Jan 17th, 2017
TORRINGTON, A last second shot by Southeast's Emily Buchanan bounced off the back of the rim and fell through the basket to lift the Lady Cyclones over the Lingle-Fort Laramie Lady Doggers on Saturday at Eastern Wyoming College.
"(The shot) looked horrible and I had no idea," Buchanan said. "Thankfully for the luck of the bounce, it went in,"
At
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Southeast boys exact revenge over LFL

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 17th, 2017
TORRINGTON, In the second match up of the season between the Southeast Cyclones and Lingle-Fort Laramie Doggers, the Cyclones got their revenge, beating the Doggers 44-31 on Saturday at Eastern Wyoming College.
In the first quarter, the Cyclones held a narrow edge over the Doggers, 8-6. Southeast's Jacob Schmitt was able to hit a buzzer-beating lay up heading into the
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Torrington grapplers fourth at Blazer Duals

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 17th, 2017
TORRINGTON, The Torrington Trailblazers wrestling team went 2-3 in matches at the Blazer Dual in Torrington on Saturday, finishing fourth out of eight teams.
To open the day, the Blazers squeaked out a narrow win over Newcastle, 38-36. Jacob Polkowske (138) and Quentin Meyer (126) both got wins via technical fall, with a 15-0 score for each of them. Also
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Cyclones ninth at Knights Invite

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 17th, 2017
DUNNING, Neb., The Southeast Cyclones wrestling team had three placers at the Knights Invitational on Saturday in Dunning, Neb., combining for a ninth-place team finish.
"We saw a few of the issues we have as a team," coach Matt Bullington said of wrestling out of state. "It gives us a chance to refocus and it gives us a chance to
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Lancers lose two at home

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 17th, 2017
TORRINGTON, The Eastern Wyoming College Lancers suffered two losses at home this weekend, falling to Lamar Community College on Friday, 100-79, and Northeastern Junior College on Saturday, 90-84.

Lamar CC 100, EWC 79
The Lancers withstood an early scoring storm by Lamar. In the first half, EWC trailed 15-8, but they came back to take a 20-19 lead. Heading
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Torrington girls snag road win

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 17th, 2017
RIVERTON, Lady Blazers Sydney Hill and Shelbey Prussia dominated the court with double-digit scoring Saturday to lead Torrington to a 50-38 win over Riverton on the road.
"Saturday, I felt like we came back and played one of our better games this year," coach Jeff Halley said. "After a long road trip and a tough environment where not all the
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Blazers struggle against No. 1

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 17th, 2017
RIVERTON, The Torrington Trailblazers boys' basketball team fell on the road to Riverton, ranked No. 1 in Class, on Saturday, 76-35.
Nathan Stitt was the top scorer against the Wolverines, with 10 points. Jordan Malm chipped in eight points and Tyler Ring added seven. Full game stats were not available to the Telegram as of press time.

Torrington 75,
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Lady Lancers split home games

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 17th, 2017
TORRINGTON, Emily Evans, Sarah Bersang and Anna Perez Gomez all were in double-digits in Eastern Wyoming College's two games this weekend, a 72-69 loss to Lamar Community College on Friday and Saturday's 79-65 win over Northeastern Junior College.

Lamar CC 72, EWC 69
The Lady Lancers got off to a slow start Friday, down 19-8 after the first quarter.
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Five Dogger wrestlers finish on podium

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 17th, 2017
CHEYENNE, The Lingle-Fort Laramie Doggers had all five wrestlers place in the top-three at the Cheyenne East JV Invitational on Saturday, including first-place finishes by Kash Kaufman and Todd Walker.
"I thought we turned out a very solid performance on Saturday," coach Brandon Gifford said. "We scored points in all areas and we were able to medal everyone. Anytime you
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Blazer wrestling falls just short

Posted: Thursday, Jan 12th, 2017
TORRINGTON, The Trailblazer grapplers lost to Cheyenne Central in a dual on Jan. 10 at home, 45-36.
Despite being on the losing end, the Blazers improved from their dual against Cheyenne Central at the Bison Bonanza on Dec. 30. In Cheyenne, Torrington lost in the seventh-place match to Central, 66-15.
"It was a huge improvement from two weeks ago when
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Lancers suffer road loss

Posted: Thursday, Jan 12th, 2017
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., The Eastern Wyoming College Lancers had seven different players score against Air Force Prep on Jan. 10, but still came out on the losing end, 81-65.
In the loss, the Lancers shot 38.7 percent from the field. EWC connected on 24-of-62 on Tuesday, including 11-of-32 from deep. The Lancers were sent to the line only eight times
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Wyoming Chapter of the National Football Foundation

Posted: Thursday, Jan 12th, 2017
Torrington's Logan Harris and Lingle-Fort Laramie's Garrett Cooper (not pictured) were each named finalists for the Wyoming Chapter of the National Football Foundation. The foundation recognizes senior athletes for their "academic achievement, school and community leadership and football ability," Harris and Cooper were two of 106 nominees fighting for twelve finalist spots. Because they are finalists, both of the Goshen
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EWC’s fan appreciation night – Jan. 16

Posted: Thursday, Jan 12th, 2017
TORRINGTON, Eastern Wyoming College has announced that on Monday, January 16th, fans are invited to attend the EWC vs Central Wyoming College game for free. EWC will take on CWC at 5 p.m. in the Petsch Center gymnasium.
In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day/Wyoming Equality Day there will be free admission to the game and prior to the
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McManamen named candidate for Senior Class Award

Posted: Thursday, Jan 12th, 2017
LARAMIE, Senior guard Jason McManamen was named a candidate for the Senior CLASS Award announced late Thursday. Sixty NCAA men's and women's basketball student-athletes who excel both on and off the court were selected as candidates for the 2016-17 Senior CLASS Award in collegiate basketball. To be eligible for the award, a student-athlete must be classified as an NCAA Division
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Lady Cyclones 4-0 at home shootout

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 10th, 2017
YODER, The Southeast Lady Cyclones hosted the North-South Shootout Jan. 6-7 and came away with a 4-0 record, gaining wins over Shoshoni, Big Horn, Kaycee and Tongue River.
"I thought overall we had an okay weekend," coach Jennifer Scheer said. "We had some up and down basketball, but there were some really good stretches."

Southeast 53, Shoshoni 41
Southeast
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Lady Blazers edge conference foe

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 10th, 2017
TORRINGTON, The Torrington Lady Blazers trailed Newcastle for much of the contest on Jan. 6, but Torrington took the lead in the fourth quarter and continued on for a win, 53-48.
The Lady Blazers built a two-point lead early against the Lady Dogies, but that lead quickly slipped away. With four minutes to go before intermission, Newcastle held a two-point
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Doggers suffer first loss of season

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 10th, 2017
LINGLE, The Lingle-Fort Laramie boys' basketball team suffered their first loss of the season on the road against Crawford, Neb., 50-40, Jan. 6, but bounced back to handily beat Guernsey-Sunrise at home Jan. 7.
On Friday against Crawford, the Doggers had only five players score. Ty Mueller was the top-scorer for LFL, with 11 points. He shot 4-of-9 from inside
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Lady Lancers split weekend contests

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 10th, 2017
NORTH PLATTE, Neb., The Eastern Wyoming College Lady Lancers suffered a 77-63 loss against McCook Community College Jan. 6, but rebounded to beat North Platte Community College, 69-54, Jan. 7.
Against McCook, EWC gave up 26 points in the first quarter and could not make up the difference throughout the game. The Lady Lancers went into halftime down 39-32. After
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Three Blazers place in Douglas

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 10th, 2017
DOUGLAS, The Torrington Trailblazers had three wrestlers place and finished 15th as a team at the Shane Shatto Memorial Tournament in Douglas on Jan. 6-7.
"This weekend we wrestled much, much better than we did last weekend," coach Doyle Meyer said. "The wrestlers came out with more intensity then they have in the past. In every single match we didn't
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Blazers open conference play with home win

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 10th, 2017
TORRINGTON, Nathan Stitt, Jordan Malm and Tyler Ring all scored in double-digits in a win over Newcastle at home on Jan. 6.
The Dogies jumped out to a 5-0 lead to open the game, but Torrington came roaring back to hold a 12-7 lead after the first frame. With 4:45 left before halftime, Torrington had a 17-9 lead, but Newcastle
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Lancers struggle in road games

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 10th, 2017
NORTH PLATTE, Neb., The Eastern Wyoming College Lancers suffered two losses on the road when they took on McCook Community College on Jan. 6 and North Platte Community College on Jan. 7.
EWC and McCook had a back and forth affair. The Lancers built a six-point lead with three minutes remaining, but were unable to seal the win. The game
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Doggers place three in Garden County

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 10th, 2017
OSHKOSH, Neb., The Lingle-Fort Laramie Doggers had four wrestlers compete and three wrestlers place in the Garden County Invitational in OshKosh, Neb. Jan. 7.
"I was extremely proud of the way our guys came out and wrestled," coach Brandon Gifford said. "I was unsure of how we would look due to not having been on the mat in a competition
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LFL girls snag two wins

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 10th, 2017
LINGLE, The Lingle-Fort Laramie Lady Doggers bested Crawford, Neb. on the road Jan. 6, 46-20, and cruised to a win over Guernsey-Sunrise at home, 45-23, Jan. 7.
On Friday, the Lady Doggers did not allow Crawford to score more than six points in any quarter. While giving up single-digit point totals each quarter, LFL scored in the double-digits in three
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Cyclones sixth in Nebraska

Modified: Tuesday, Jan 10th, 2017
OSHKOSH, Neb., The Southeast Cyclones had six wrestlers rack up team points, including three placers, at the Garden County Invitational in Oshkosh, Neb. on Jan. 7.
At 145 pounds, Chase Lovercheck had the best performance with a second-place finish. He received a bye to open the day and won by fall over Sutherland's Ethan Humphreys at the 1:29 mark to
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