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Appearing to peak at the right time, the Kemmerer High School boys basketball team played its way into the 2A State Basketball Tournament over the weekend, posting a 2-2 record at the 2A West Regional Tournament in Riverton.

The Kemmerer High School girls’ hoops team are headed back to the 2A State Basketball Tournament in Casper this week, courtesy of a strong performance at last weekend’s 2A West Regional …

Three University of Wyoming student athletes died Thursday afternoon when the vehicle they were traveling in rolled multiple times on a highway just south of the border with Colorado, the school …

Despite three individual champions, two runners-up and seven overall placers, the Kemmerer High School boys’ wrestling team fell just short in their bid for a third consecutive 2A State …

The smallest team at last weekend’s 3A State Swimming and Diving Championships in Laramie made a pretty big splash, as the Kemmerer High School boys’ swimming and diving team finished seventh in a talented 13-team field.

With three individual champions, three runners-up, three third-place finishers and 16 total trips to the podium, the Kemmerer High School wrestling team won its third consecutive 2A West Regional Tournament over the weekend at Shoshoni High School.

The Kemmerer High School boys’ hoops team haven’t won a game on the road since December, and those struggles continued over the weekend, with back-to-back conference losses at Wyoming Indian and St. Stephens.

With the 2023-24 regular season entering its final week, the Kemmerer High School girls’ hoops team will head into Friday’s home finale with some much-needed momentum, shaking off a tough loss Friday at Wyoming Indian to earn the season sweep at St. Stephens the following day.

The Kemmerer High School boys’ basketball team struggled in closing out its non-conference schedule last week, dropping a home game to the Rich Rebels, then falling on the road to a talented Cokeville squad.

The Kemmerer High School wrestling team was back on the road Saturday for the Rumble in Rawlins, posting a 3-1 record in the dual-meet format, including a pair of wins over 4A opponents.

The Kemmerer High School boys’ swimming and diving team competed at the 3A South Conference Meet in Pinedale over the weekend, placing fourth as a team, with six podium finishes.

The Kemmerer High School cheer team was in Casper Friday for the 2024 State Spirit competition, and the Lady Rangers made it a day to remember, finishing third in 2A Game Day Cheer, and fifth in 3A All Girl Cheer (Stunts).

Consistently billed as the toughest wrestling tournament in the state, the Ron Thon Memorial Tournament in Riverton pits the top wrestlers in Wyoming in each weight class against each other, regardless of classification — a true “Best of the Best” competition. The Kemmerer High School wrestling teams proved up to the challenge over the weekend, with the Rangers and Lady Rangers combining for two individual champions, three runners-up and six total trips to the podium.

The Kemmerer High School boys’ swimming and diving team turned in another strong showing over the weekend, placing eighth at the Bruce Gresly Invite in Lander. “Overall, the meet went really well for us,” said KHS head coach Amanda Aimone. “We were 8th out of 14 teams, with only six guys. We had to leave one home due to illness. We had some wonderful performances.”

The Kemmerer High School girls’ hoops team opened conference play over the weekend, dropping a hard-fought contest to Wyoming Indian Friday 39-35, but bouncing back Saturday to rout St. Stephens 69-14.

It was a mixed bag for the Kemmerer High School boys’ basketball team over the weekend, as the Rangers opened conference play with a home split against Wyoming Indian and St. Stephens.

Proving they’re still the team to beat in Class 2A, the two-time defending 2A State Champion Kemmerer High School wrestling team posted a 5-3 record over the weekend at the Thoman Soda Ash Memorial Duals in Green River, placing third in Pool D, and 10th out of the 24 teams that competed.

The Kemmerer High School boys’ basketball team hosted the Fossil County Classic over the weekend, and while the Rangers played hard in all four games, the home team had just one win to show for their efforts.

The Kemmerer High School girls’ hoops team hosted the Fossil County Classic over the weekend, posting a 2-2 record against some of the toughest competition in the region.

After a shaky start over the weekend at the Wrangler Invite in Shoshoni, the Kemmerer High School boys’ basketball team got things rolling, finishing strong with a 2-1 record for the tournament. The Rangers opened play Friday against a physical Burlington squad, losing to the No. 5-ranked team in 1A, 57-54. Kemmerer rebounded later that day with a 60-53 win over host Shoshoni, then closed out the tournament Saturday with a 60-27 rout of Rocky Mountain.

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