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The Evanston High School boys’ soccer teams welcomed the Casper teams to Kay Fackrell Stadium over the weekend, and though the results weren’t what the Red Devils faithful were hoping …

By Don Cogger Herald Sports Editor   It was a dinged-up version of the Evanston High School girls’ soccer team that hosted the Casper contingent over the weekend, and though …

Snapping a nearly two-year drought, the Evanston High School boys’ soccer team battled its way back into the win column last Tuesday, beating 4A West Conference foe Riverton in a 2-1 thriller …

The Evanston High School track and field teams continued their tour of Utah meets last week, competing at the Alpha Invitational in Orem, Utah. The Red Devils placed third in the 28-team field, …

The Evanston High School soccer teams opened 4A West Conference play last week, traveling to Star Valley Thursday and hosting Jackson Friday at Kay Fackrell Stadium. Lady Devils The Lady …

FARMINGTON, Utah — The EHS track and field teams enjoyed another successful meet across state lines last week, with the Lady Devils placing fourth and the Red Devils finishing fifth at the …

Taking full advantage of Utah’s spring-like weather, the Evanston High School track teams opened the 2024 outdoor season over the weekend, sending a pared-down contingent to Draper, Utah, for …

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — For the third consecutive season and the 12th time in program history the Wyoming Cowgirl basketball team has been selected to play in the WNIT. The WNIT’s full …

EVANSTON — As the buzzer sounded back on Jan. 27, ending the game between the Jackson and Evanston girls’ basketball teams, EHS senior Jacey Bardsley couldn’t help but smile. …

This year’s 4A State Basketball Tournament in Casper may not have provided the memories players, coaches and fans were hoping for, but there’s something to be said for simply being able to experience it, as the Evanston High School boys’ basketball team can attest.

The young but scrappy Evanston High School girls’ basketball team – well-versed in overcoming adversity this season – went 0-2 over the weekend at the 4A West Regional Tournament in Green River, though, in typical Lady Devils fashion, fought hard until the very end.

The last time the Evanston High School boys’ basketball team qualified for the 4A State Basketball Tournament, Lex Cornia was the head coach, Mason Ellingford and Dawson Crofts were lighting up …

CASPER — For years, trying to get a photo of Evanston High School athlete Brady Roberts celebrating, well, anything, was like trying to capture an image of Bigfoot – you wanted to believe it was possible, you just never knew when the opportunity might present itself. It’s not like the kid didn’t have reasons to celebrate. A two-time All-State running back on the gridiron, he’d scored more than a few touchdowns in his day. But after he’d cross the goal line, he’d calmly hand the ball back to the referee and jog back to the sidelines. And with 150 wins on the wrestling mat – aside from an occasional fist pump, you couldn’t tell if he’d just won a match, or changed the oil in his truck; his expression was the same.

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 …

The young Evanston High School girls’ hoops team went 0-2 at home over the weekend, losing to No. 2-ranked Cody Friday 70-11, but coming out strong Saturday against Riverton to give the Lady Wolverines a game in a 49-35 loss.

The Evanston High School boys’ hoops team split a weekend home stand against some tough competition, losing a heartbreaker Friday to Cody, but bouncing back Saturday for a win against Riverton.

The Evanston High School boys’ basketball team has struggled to a 1-3 record in its last four games, though the Red Devils’ record during that stretch could just as easily be 3-1. Evanston welcomed 4A Southwest Quadrant rival Star Valley to town Jan. 25, losing 68-55. The Red Devils traveled to Jackson on Jan. 27, picking up a big conference win against the Broncs, 64-51.

If you’d come on to the scene late, with little or no context to what just transpired, you might have thought you wandered into the aftermath of a brawl. Girls were crying. One had a bloody lip. And a 1st-Place trophy, bright and shiny just moments before, was yet another casualty.

On the long drive back to Evanston Saturday morning, Candice Spivey — head coach of the Evanston High School Classics dancers — said she was struck by what she was hearing from her team at the back of the bus. Silence.

The Evanston High School boys’ hoops team opened 4A Southwest Quadrant play Thursday in fine fashion Thursday, thumping I-80 rival Green River 75-51, then followed that Friday with a 67-35 win at Lyman to complete the Uinta County season sweep.

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