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All smiles in Casper as track season ends; One school record broken and two Red Devils all-state

Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
Records are made to be broken as head coach Ryan Berger put it and what better time than the end of the year in your last track meet to do it.
Senior Vladimir Allred is now the owner of the school record in the 400-meter dash after his 49.33 time in the event on Friday and is also a state

Girls win first-ever regional game to go to state

Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
For the first time in the program's history, the Evanston girls soccer team will play for the possibility for winning a state championship after winning their first-ever regional tournament game over Green River on Thursday.
The Red Devils had been close, but didn't win a conference game all year and picked a heck of a time to get their first.

Herrera breaks his own national records; eyes world record

Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
By Zac Zdanowicz
Herald Sports Editor

Five months ago in December, David Herrera broke two national records at the Utah State Open American Powerlifting Federation (APF) Championship and qualified for the APF National Championship in Chicago, Illinois.
He upped himself by not only breaking his own records in Chicago, but also adding another national record, to now hold three

Two head coaches resign

Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
EVANSTON -- Evanston High School will have to go into next year with a new track and field head coach and boys basketball coach after resignations.
Ryan Berger, finishing up his 16th year coach of indoor and fourth year as outdoor track and field, will resign as the track and field head coach after the state meet this

Devils net three winners at regional track meet

Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
GREEN RIVER -- Both boys and girls track teams finished in fifth place out of six teams at the regional track meet in Green River Friday and Saturday, but they came away with multiple state qualifiers and three individual conference champions.
Senior Brinae Sanders became a back-to-back long jump champion after winning the event Friday with a jump of 16

Ehlers beats Paxton in playoff for title

Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
GREEN RIVER -- In sports there's nothing like the thrill of sudden death overtime to get your juices flowing. A penalty shootout in soccer, extra innings in baseball or a one-hole playoff in golf are among the multiple incredible sports scenarios.
The conference meet to determine the conference champion Saturday in Green River came down to a one-hole playoff between

Final Push

Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
EVANSTON -- The end of the year is here for track and only two more possible meets remain for the Evanston boys and girls track team.
This weekend, 49 Evanston athletes will make their way to Green River for the conference meet Friday and Saturday.
The two-day meet will begin at 9 a.m. on both days.
Evanston has shown well

Determination; Devils earn tie in final seconds

Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
EVANSTON -- Overtime has become a familiar place for the Lady Red Devil soccer team this season -- somewhere you don't normally want to be as a team, but it is exciting nonetheless.
Prior to Thursday, Evanston had played four overtime games, three ending in losses and one ending in a tie.
Thursday against Green River, the Wolves forced overtime

Ehlers wins third straight tournament on playoff; Girls team wins at Lander

Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
It's a great time to be catching your stride as a golfer and both Evanston golf teams seem to be doing just that.
For the third consecutive tournament, senior Brock Ehlers found himself on the top of the leaderboard and the girls team -- led by junior Taryn Mayer -- won first place overall.
The Evanston girls and boys golf

Penalty kicks propel Devils over conference foe

Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
EVANSTON -- The Red Devils climbed out of the conference cellar with a win against Green River Tuesday, thanks to some clutch penalty kicks and now find themselves in fifth place.
Coming into the game, Green River (7-1-4) was undefeated on the season, four ties and no losses, and the number one seed in the West -- ranked fourth in

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