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The most anticipated home matchups of the 2022-23 season for the Wild are here as the Helena Bighorns come to town with a chance for both teams to take control of first place in the Frontier Division. The Bighorns hold on to first at the moment with 70 points, and the Wild are right behind […]
The 2022-23 Regular Season for Thunder Basin and Campbell County Basketball ended last night as the Bolt Ladies defeated Campbell County 51-35 to win the 4A Northeast Quad and secure the number one seed for the 4A East Regional Tournament. The Camel Boys broke a five-game losing streak to Thunder Basin last night, defeating the […]
Campbell County and Thunder Basin Wrestling will be in Casper all weekend, competing at the Wyoming 4A State Wrestling Championships starting today.
Campbell County and Thunder Basin will close out the 2022-2023 regular season in basketball tonight, with the Camels and Bolts squaring off at Campbell County High School. The Girls’ game has significant regional implications on the line. The winner will secure the number one seed in the 4A Northeast Quad for regionals next week. The […]
Recap of Wright High School Sports from Boys/Girls Basketball as the 2023-23 regular season ends and a recap of Boys/Girls Wrestling from 2A East Regionals.
Thunder Basin and Campbell County Indoor Track & Field hit the road for the first time this season as they traveled to Pocatello, Idaho, to participate in the Simplot Games at Idaho State. 2,200 runners participated in the games from 19 states, along with runners from Canada and Australia.
The Thunder Basin Boys Swimming team finished the 2022-23 season at the 4A State Meet at the Campbell County Aquatics Center. The Bolts will be returning a handful of swimmers for next season and are also looking for new teammates to join them!
The Campbell County Boys Swimming team finished the 2022-23 season at the 4A State Meet at the Campbell County Aquatics Center. The Camels will enter next year with a young team, only losing one Senior, David Fenderson.
The 65th running of The Great American Race did not disappoint as Ricky Stenhouse Jr wins his first Daytona 500. It was the longest Daytona 500 in history, running for 212 laps and 530 miles.