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  • Hornets Corral Wranglers 34-25

    Mike Motz|Oct 7, 2021

    The Pine Bluffs Hornet Football team now sits at 5-and-0 after an impressive win against the Shoshoni Wranglers in Pine Bluffs Friday night. A big crowd and great weather conditions set the stage for the matchup, with the Hornets receiving the opening kickoff. After starting on their own 35 yard line, the Hornets were able to drive down the field and score first on an eight yard touchdown pass to Collin Jessen. After a failed point after attempt, the Hornets led 6-to-0. After Shoshoni started...

  • Broncs Take Down Bulldogs

    Mike Motz|Oct 7, 2021

    The undefeated Wheatland Bulldogs came into Burns Friday night looking to continue their unbeaten streak, but a great team effort and outstanding individual performances gave the Broncs the big win in front of the home crowd. Wheatland was able to get on top in the early going when senior quarterback Kade Preuit found senior wide receiver Rodee Brow open, and connected for a 57 yard touchdown. After a failed point after attempt, the Bulldogs led 6-to-0. It took until the second quarter for the...

  • Wheatland Harriers Improve down strectch

    Mike Motz|Oct 7, 2021

    With the 2021 Cross country season winding down, the Wheatland Bulldog Cross Country team has shown significant improvement, and with experienced harriers rising from the underclass, look to be a force to contend with in the future. The Junior High team is wrapping up their season, and has made great improvements. The junior high boy's team is the biggest Wheatland has had in recent memory. At the Wheatland Cross Country Invite on October 1, Raelyn Goff took top honors for the girls with a time of 13:23.8 and for the boys, Tate Nichols had a...

  • Lady Hornets starting to Surge

    Mike Motz|Oct 7, 2021

    After a very tough start to the season with six straight match losses, the Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets Volleyball team has started to turn their game around, and the wins are starting to add up for the squad. Going into the second half of the season with a respectable 9-11-1 mark, Head Coach Wynema Engstrom is starting to see the team improve their coverage, increase their discipline, and cut down on their errors. On October 2, the Lady Hornets looked confident and efficient against the Niobrara...