GILLETTE, Wyo.-- The Pronghorn women (4-4) had a rough weekend at the South Campus. They fell to Snow College on Friday, 70-53, and lost to Salt Lake Community College, 71-45, Saturday afternoon. The men came from behind to down Williston St., 96-93, on Friday and the Great Falls University JV team, 107-47 Saturday afternoon. The mens games were played at Miles Community College in Miles City,
GILLETTE, Wyo-- Gillette Wild hockey player Trent Dillinger was promoted over the weekend to the next level up in tier 2 of the North American Hockey League.Dillinger will play down in Texas for the Amarillo Bulls. Trent was the second leading scor
The Gillette Camels football team lost the Wyoming 4A state championship game to the Natrona Mustangs Saturday 30-7 in War Memorial Stadium.The Camel defense hung tough and kept Natrona off the scoreboard through one quarter, causing two Natrona tu
GILLETTE, Wyo.-- The Pronghorn women (4-2) won 76-72 in overtime to the Williston St. Tetons Saturday night. The men's game was just as exciting, with a 90-85 come-from-behind win for No. 9 Gillette College (6-1).
GILLETTE, Wyo.-- The Pronghorn women (3-2) had a lead in the first half against No. 16 Western Nebraska Community College, but the Cougars were too much in the 77-55 loss. The No. 9 Pronghorn men (5-1) gave there fans a show against the Lamar Community College JV team. It was a 113-43 final in the men's game.
In the women's game, Gillette College was up 14-7 early in the first half.
PRESS RELEASE--Two Sheridan College men’s basketball players and one from the SC women’s team signed their letters of intent for the 2015-16 season.Sierra Toms, a 6-foot-1 post player from Gillette, Wyoming, signed with Black Hills State in Spe
GILLETTE, Wyo.-- Head Coach Shawn Neary made it clear by saying, "I don't want people to get used to us sending three early," but it sure was a big day on Wednesday for Gillette College. Renard Suggs, Quinton Everett, and Lorenzo Bonam all officially sign their national letters of intent to four-year programs for next season.
Six Gillette Camel football players have been suspended and will not play in Saturdays 4A state championship game against Natrona due to disciplinary issues.The players suspended are seniors Cale Miessler, Dalton Suchor, Kade Greer, and Triston Sch
CASPER, Wyo.-- The Wright Lady Panther volleyball team are the 2014 state champions.The Lady Panthers capped off its' state title run by beating Big Horn in straight sets, (25-16, 25-22, 25-20) at the Casper Events Center. Wright defeated Lyman in
The Gillette Camel foootball team has earned an oppurtunity to play for a state title by beating Cheyenne East in two overtimes 34-31 Friday at East.The first half was a defensive struggle as Gillette took a 7-3 lead into halftime. At the half Gill
The Gillette Lady Camel volleyball team will play in the losers bracket at state after losing to the 1 seed Kelly Walsh Thurday 3 sets to none (25-16, 28-26, 25-17)Gillette will try to stay alive this afternoon against Riverton. Riverton lost to Ch
The Wright Lady Panthers volleyball team beat Thermopolis Thursday in straight sets (25-15, 25-7, 25-13).With the victory Wright is in the semi-finals, where this afternoon they will play Lyman. The 1 seed from the west, Lyman beat Burns in straigh
GILLETTE, Wyo.-- The 2014 season for the Pronghorn basketball teams started Friday night at the South Campus. The women (0-1) had a rough start, falling to Northeastern Junior College (NJC, 1-0), 83-68. The Pronghorn men (1-0) had no trouble against the University of Montana-Western JV squad. The final for the men's game was 133-78.
The Gillette Camel football team lost to the Cheyenne East Thunderbirds 28-14 Friday. With Sheridan winning, a coin flip will determine what seeds Gillette, Sheridan and East will be due to the three way tie. The first half was a 7-7 defensive
GILLETTE Wyo--Last night the Gillette Wild hockey team beat the Yellowstone Quake 7-2, behind two T.J. McMinn goals.Gillette earned its 6th win of the season despite 14 penalty minutes. The Wild took 68 shots while the Quake took onl
MOORCROFT, WYO-- If the Moorcroft Wolves football team beats the Lingle Ft. Laramie Doggers Friday, they have an opportunity to make the playoffs for the first tins since 2008.The (3-4) Wolves have already matched its win total over the l
The Upton-Sundance football team has one game left versus Southeast Friday, and the playoff scenario is simple. The winner is in, the loser is out.The Patriots beat the Gillette sophomores last Thursday 60-8. Southeast is (2-3) in the 1A
VolleyballGILLETTE Wyo.--The 5th ranked Gillette Lady Camel volleyball team went 0-2 in Cheyenne this past week, losing to Central Friday in straight sets (19-25,12-25,17-25) and East Saturday (21-25,12-25,18-25)The Lady Camels are (17-13) ove
Gillette Camel football picked up an important road win in Laramie Friday 48-32. The 2nd ranked Camels maintained a comfortable lead throughout the contest. Laramie scored a few late touchdowns to make the score closer. The (7-1) Camels have w
WRIGHT, Wyo.-- The Wright Panthers (0-7) were on the verge of their first win of the season. However, Brenden Lloyd-the quarter back for the Pinedale Wranglers- kept a fourth and 21 play alive to help his team eventually win 30-28 on Friday night.
Upton-Sundance FootballSundance Wyo.--The Upton Sundance Patriots football team shutout Pine Bluffs Friday 38-0. With the win the Pats are (3-3) on the year. So far Upton-Sundance has yet to win two straight games. Next week they will try
GILLETTE, Wyo.-- The Gillette College Pronghorns basketball teams are about to start their sixth season. A quarter of the men's team already knows where they will be playing after their Gillette College experience. Renard Suggs, a 6'3 guard from Woodbury, Minnesota, is the latest player to make a verbal commitment.
WRIGHT, Wyo.-- The Wheatland Bulldogs (5-1) shut out the Wright Panthers (0-6) Friday night by a score of 61-0.
It was the third game in a row that Wheatland didn't allow its opponent to score. Wright was able to force a fumble that it recovered, one turnover on downs and a punt. Wheatland's first place defense in the 2A didn't allow Wright to get in the red zone.
The Gillette Camel football won Friday at home against the Rock Springs Tigers 41-7. The Camels scored on its' first offensive play on a 45-yard touchdown pass from Quarterback Cale Miessler to receiver Josh Hughes. Rock Springs answered
The Gillette Camels tennis team had 14 players named to the Wyoming Coaches Association all state team. There were seven selections each for the boys and girls teams.Boys:Dawson Miessler Tim Hayes Logan Myers Cory Myers Kyle Okray Garrett
GILLETTE, Wyo.-- Only a few fans of the Gillette College Pronghorn men's team have heard of Quinton Everett. However, he has already verbally committed to play for the Montana State Bobcats for the 2015-16 season.
The Gillette Camel football team now controls it's own destiny in order to get a number 2 seed in the Wyoming 4A state playoffs. After the Camels' dramatic come from behind 42-37 win in Sheridan the Camels are now 5-1 and are a game back fro
Gillette Camel tennis preformed well at state in Gillette but it was not enough to earn team titles. The boys lost to Laramie by 3.5 points. The girls were edged by Central 52-47. The Camels had 14 of 16 players make it to their respective tit
Gillette Camel football beats rival Sheridan 42-27 to take home the Energy Bowl trophy. Gillette won in come from behind fashion as 2nd ranked Sheridan led 21-7 at on point. The Camels were resilient and hung around. Down 2 with 1:33 left Gill
NEWCASTLE, Wyo.-- The young Wright Panthers are still in search of their first victory of the season after falling to Newcastle, 50-7, on Friday night.
The running game and motion offense was too much for the defense in the first half. The Dogies had a 37-0 lead at halftime. in the second half, the Panthers got on the scoreboard o n a 19-yard run by Sean Moldenhauer.
The Wright Panther Volleyball team is still at the top of the Wyopreps.com coaches and media polls. Big Horn is number 2 and Southeast is number 3.The Lady Panthers continued it's win by streak going 2-0 this past weekend. The Lady Panthers b
Practice starts today for the Gillette College men's and women's basketball teams and one Pronghorn has already given a verbal commitment to a D-I university for next year, Lorenzo Bonam, a 6'4 sophomore guard from Inkster, Michigan, has verbally committed to play for Southern Miss in the 2015-16 season.
WRIGHT, Wyo.-- The Big Horn Rams had no trouble against the Wright Panthers Friday night. The number one seed in 2A in the Wyopreps Coaches and Media poll won 54-21 against the Panthers.
It was 48-0 a few minutes into the third quarter, setting up the running clock for the rest of the game. Wright's Michael Yeradi ran a couple of quarterback keepers into the end zone for the Panthers and
Gillette WY-- The Gillette Camel football team will hold it's annual scrimmage Friday night, August 22nd at 6. This will be the first time the lights will be on at Camel Stadium. It is a chance for Camel fans to see the Camels for the first time as they move ever closer to the regular season.
The scrimmage is important for many players on the squad due to
The Gillette Camels are expected to name the starting quarterback soon after Friday's annual scrimmage. Head coach Vic Wilkerson says after the scrimmage the depth chart will be much clearer as they head into the regular season. This week will be critical for the two players vying for the job under center.
Senior Cale Miessler and junior Dalton Holst have been in a battle all off
Gillette, WY--The GGFA 12 and under Blue Jays fast pitch softball team had 3 of their players selected to the Northern Colorado all-star team. Alissa West, Brittany Hughes, and Livia Castellanos were selected to play in the all-star game this weekend.
Ace Alissa West made it as a pitcher for the second straight year. West is the daughter of head coach Jim West. West is in his 12th year with
The Basin Radio Network is pleased to announce that the Gillette Roughriders games at the Northwest Regional tournament in Eugene, Ore. can be heard on Newstalk 1270 and online here.
The first game is Thursday at 2pm Mountain Time. For a schedule of the games, click here. Keep in mind, game times on this link are based on the Pacific Time Zone.
GILLETTE, Wyo.-- The Gillette Roughriders are the Wyoming AA American Legion champions for the first time since the 2008 season. The Riders downed the Casper Oilers 6-1 on Saturday night to earn a trip to the Northwest Regional tournament in Eugene, Oregon.
Tanner Rogen pitched a complete game and finished with nine strikeouts. He allowed only five hits in the game. He was also named the
The Gillette Roughriders led the Casper Oilers, 5-0, after the first three innings of play, yesterday afternoon. Casper would rally to tie it, with five runs of their own, and the fourth and fifth innings, before Gillette scored seven runs in the top of the sixth. Casper cut the Riders' lead to just one, with a run in the seventh and five more in the eighth. Gillette sealed a 14-11 win, with
Head Coach Will Rider of the Gillette College women's basketball team has found his new assistant coach to replace Steve Fettkether- Matt Strickland.
If you think you recognize that name, your brain isn't playing games with you. Strickland played for the Pronghorns during the 2010-12 seasons before transferring to Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Mont. to finish his college career.
Recent Campbell County High School graduate Cody Kelley will continue his basketball career at a prep school in Florida, next year, in hopes of eventually playing for a Division I program.
The two-time Wyoming Gatorade player of the year will play for the Ganon Baker Elev8 Institute, in Delray Beach, Florida, about an hour north of Miami, and take classes at Lynn University, a nearby Division
Former Riders standout shortstop Westin Hinkel has signed a Division 1 Baseball Scholarship with the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluffs. Hinkel who graduated from CCHS in 2012, played his first two years at Treasure Valley Community College in Ontario, Oregon.
Hinkel started at shortstop both years and helped lead the Chukars to back to back Eastern Division Championships and NWAAC
The Gillette Roughriders' game against Greeley, scheduled for last night, was postponed until Saturday because of the weather. The Hladky tournament continues, today, at Roughrider stadium. The Riders will face Longmont, Colorado at 5 o'clock this afternoon, and then Jackson at 7:30.
We'll have the first of those two games on NewsTalk 1270 KIML and basinsradio.com, with coverage
The Gillette Roughriders got off to a rough start, Friday, at the Billings Tournament, as Gillette fell, 17-1, to the Billings Royals.
The Riders bounced back, Saturday afternoon, with a 9-1 victory over Dickinson, North Dakota. Wyatt Estabrook got the win on the mound, as he struck out five batters, over five innings, and allowed one hit and one earned run.
The Gillette Roughriders went 1-1, in the opening round of the Cherry Creek Tournament, yesterday in Denver.
In the first of their two games, Gillette trailed 7-6, going into the bottom of the ninth inning against Ponderosa. In the bottom of the ninth, Ian Durgin brought home the winning run by hitting into a fielder's choice, and the Riders won 8-7.
Gillette Edge U8 girls won the State Championship last weekend at the McDonalds State Cup held in Sheridan. The girls tied 0-0 against Sheridan, won 6-1 against Casper Red, and won 4-2 against Casper Black which put them in the championship game against Casper Red where they dominated again winning 6-0! Coaches are Tim and Kerri De Wine, team members are Aubry DeWine, Averi DeWine, Kaylee
The Gillette Roughriders improved their overall record to 21-9, by going 3-1, in four games over the weekend.
The only loss came in the opening game of Saturday's double-header against Mitchell Post 18, when the Riders fell 6-3. Gillette was down 6-0 before they responded with three runs in the bottom of the fourth.
The Roughriders bounced back in the second game, as they blanked Post
The Gillette Roughriders improved to 18-9 with four straight wins, over the weekend, at their Spring Classic Tournament.
The weekend started with the Riders knocking off Sheridan, 9-1, on Friday night. Kyler Stark was 2-for-2 with two RBIs; Drayson Hladky was 2-for-3 with a triple and an RBI; Alex King also had a triple and an RBI.
The Gillette Girls Track team captured its second consecutive Class 4A State Championship, Saturday, as the Camels placed first, about 13 points ahead of second place Rock Springs, at the State High School Track and Field Meet in Casper.
The Competition started on Thursday, when the Camels got first, second, and third place finishes from Quinn DiStefano, Sydney Wendt, and Abby Phillips,
The Gillette Boys Soccer team claimed the top spot, in Class 4A East Regionals, with a 2-0 shoot out win over top-seeded Laramie in Saturday’s championship game,
Tyler Greener scored the first goal in the shoot out, and then Blaine Christenson sealed it, with the second goal, as the Camels advance to the State Tournament, in Rock Springs, as the top seed coming out of the East.
The Gillette Girls and Boys track teams both took first place, Saturday, in Class 4A East Regionals at Cheyenne South.
The Camel Girls finished with over eighty points more than second place Cheyenne Central, and got first place finishes from Abby Phillips, in the 1600 meter run; and the 4x800 meter relay team of Quinn Destefano, Phillips, Haley Urbatsch and Sidney Wendt.
The Gillette Girls track team took first, and the boys were seond behind Kelly Walsh, Friday, as both teams closed out the regular season in the Camel Qualifiers.
The Camel Girls got first place finishes from Haley Urbatsch, in the 400 meter dash; Sidney Wendt, in the 800 meter run; Quinn DeStefano, in the 1600 meter run; Tabith Simmons, in the 3200 meter run; and Liz Maller, in the shot
The second-ranked Gillette Boys soccer team concluded its season, Friday, with a 1-0 win over fourth-ranked Sheridan.
Gillette's Camdin Hinkel got an assist from Andy Guernsey, 20 minutes into the third overtime, and scored the game winning goal, as the Camels finished the regular season with a 10-1-2 overall record, and will host this week's Class 4A East regional tournament as a
The Gillette Roughriders were in Cheyenne, for the weekend, where they went 2-2 in four games.
On Saturday, the Riders suffered a pair of 15-5 losses to Cheyenne Post 6. In the first game Jarran Arbach was 1-for-3 with a triple and 2 RBIs. In the second game, Drayson hladky and Alex King were each 1-for-2, with a double and an RBI.
The Riders rebounded, against Cheyenne Post 6 on Sunday,
The Gillette Boys Soccer team suffered its first loss of the season, Saturday afternoon, as the second-ranked Camels were beaten on the road, 2-1, by top-ranked Laramie. The loss followed a 4-1 win, Friday, at Cheyenne South.
The Gillette Girls soccer team is now winners of five straight games, as the Lady Camels picked up a pair of wins over the weekend. On Friday, Gillette got two goals from
The Gillette Boys and Girls track teams both took first, Saturday in Sheridan, at the Dan Hansen Invitational.
First place finishers, for the Gillette Boys, included Logan Myers, in the 400 meter dash; Derek Myers, in the 800 meter run; Harrison Simmons, in the 1600 meter run; Walker Newell, in the 110 meter hurdles; Dustin Erisman in the Pole Vault; Beau Nutting, in the triple jump; the 4x400
The Gillette Roughriders went 2-1, in three games against the Billings Halos, Friday and Saturday. Sunday afternooon's game was rained out.
On Friday, Gillette beat the Halos, 8-1. Wyatt Estabrook got the win on the mound, as he struck out nine batters in six innings. He allolwed three hits and no earned runs. Mason Bonar struck out three batters in relief.
The Gillette Girls Soccer team knocked off Natrona County, 3-1, Tuesday night, to improve to 6-3. Kenisha Melanson had two goals. Emma Juriewicz had two assists. Sam Phillips scored the other goal for the Camels. Lorie Storie had one assist.
The Lady Camels are home against Cheyenne South on Friday. The Camel Boys are on the road against Cheyenne South.
The Gillette Girls track team took second place, and the Gillette Boys took fourth, yesterday at the Gary Benson Border War, in Sheridan.
Elizabeth Maller placed first in the shot put, for the Camel girls. Derek Myers and Justin Mehrer took first and second, respectively, for the boys, in the 3200 meter run. Dustin Erisman placed first in the pole vault.
The Gillette Roughriders were victorious in both games of their double-header, at home, against Rapid City Stevens, last night.
The Riders jumped out to a 9-0 lead, in the first five innings, and held on to win 9-4, in the opening game. Tyler Tennant led Gillette offensively, going 3-for-4 with a single, a double, and triple. He also had three RBIs.
sophomore Muhammad Ahmed, who played for the Gillette College
Pronghorns men's basketball team this past season, has verbally committed
to transfer to the University of North Texas next season. Ahmed, when
The Gillette Girls Track team captured first place, Saturday, at the Natrona Invite. The Boys' team placed second.
The Girls got first place finishes from Tabitha Simmons, in the 1600 meter run; Chandra Sturtz, in the Pole Vault; and the 4x400 meter relay team of Olivia McCann, Sidney McClure, Haley Urbatsch, and Grace Wiley.
Second place finishers, for the Gillette girls, included Ruth
Touch of Gold wrestling club held their Ironman Challenge March 21 and 22 at Twin Spruce Junior High in which over 250 kids competed from 21 Teams. The tournament included Freestyle competition on Friday night, Folkstyle Saturday morning and Greco Saturday afternoon. Ironman trophies were given to wrestlers who won earned a first place finish in each of the three styles. Ironman winners were:
WRIGHT, Wyo.--The Wright Panthers were able to get the lead on Senior Night against the Glenrock Herders, but the two-running back threat of Devon Parkinson and Kyle Lee was too much. The final was 39-13.
The Panthers scored on their first two drives of the game and even prevented the Herders from converting a fourth down in the first quarter-wright did that a second time in the second half, as
MOORCROFT, Wyo.--It was a battle between two, 0-7 teams, but someone had to win. The Wright Panthers (0-7) were able to get in the win column by defeating rival Moorcroft (0-8). The final was 13-0 in a game played on a beautiful fall Friday afternoon in Moorcroft.
The game was scoreless until Daniel Magana through a 30-yard pass to Alex Ferguson at the one-yard line and took it into the end zone
The Gillette Wild Junior Hockey team opens its season with a three-game set, starting September 19th, in Whitefish, Montana.
Among the new players on this year's team will be defenseman Greg Sauer (picture taken by Tamara L. Peters). Here he is, along with his coach Tom Winkler.
The Gillette Wild Junior Hockey Team fell behind 1-0, in the first period, Friday against Helena. Moco Willis and Andreii Istominov each scored goals in the second period, to give the Wild the lead, but the Big Horns responded with a pair of goals in the third period, and Helena came away with a 3-2 win.
It was another close one, on Saturday, as the two teams were tied at one, after the
GILLETTE, Wyo.--The Pronghorn women (6-21, 3-11) fell to Western Wyoming Community College (11-3, 22-6), 67-64 at the South Campus on Saturday. The Pronghorn men (24-3, 13-1) took care of the Mustangs of Western Wyoming (12-15, 6-8), 87-79.
The Pronghorn women lacked depth, as well as experience in Saturday's game. Gillette College had two sophomores, Chelsie Pitt and Kiela Garner,
By Vic Wright
The Pronghorn women (6-20, 3-10) had a tough night against the Dawson Community College Lady Bucs. Gillette College lost 81-49 in Glendive, Mont. The (14) Pronghorn men (23-3) took care of Dawson Community College, 96-80, to go to 12-1 in Region IX play.
Both Pronghorn teams will play Western Wyoming Community College at the South Campus on Saturday afternoon. The women