Gillette, Wyo.-- Another Camel football player will be taking his skills to the college ranks. Paden Bauder recently signed to play for Jamestown College, a NAIA institution in Jamestown, N.D. Read more: Bauder to play for Jamestown College
Both Campbell County High School soccer teams kicked off the season on Saturday in Casper at Kelly Walsh High School.
Campbell County High School's Justin Berkey signed his National Letter of Intent on Monday night to play football at Morningside College, which is an NAIA school in Sioux City, IA.
On Monday the Wyoming Coaches Association announced the 3A and 4A Girls all-conference teams and the 4A State Champion Gillette Lady Camels were honored with 3 players on the 4A East Conference team, including Sierra Toms being named co-conference player of the year along with Sheridan's Hailey Ligocki.
In the first 25 games of the season the Gillette Camels had lost just twice and had never lost to a team from WY, but then they dropped back-to-back games at the 4A State Tournament after falling to Kelley Walsh 49-41 in the 3rd place game at Casper College.
For the 14th time in school history and 2nd time in the last 3 years the Gillette Lady Camels (21-6) were crowned 4A State Basketball Champions after their 69-48 win over Cheyenne East in the State Title game Saturday night at the Casper Events Center.