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  • Free Jiu Jitsu training offered for youths and adults

    Jurri Schenck|Jun 13, 2024

    According to youth leader Bradyn Harvey, "Jiu-Jitsu is known as the gentle art. That's actually what 'Jiu-Jitsu' means, the 'gentle art', because you can end a fight without severe injury. Karate, boxing, you're always hitting. You can punch somebody in the face, hit them in a bundle of nerves, whatever. In Jiu-Jitsu, you can enter the submission with a choke or a lock where you can de-escalate without permanent injury. It's also one of the few sports that you can practice live without injury,...

  • Rodeo club wraps up season

    Jun 13, 2024

    Thermopolis Rodeo Club members competed at the Wyoming High School Rodeo State Finals in Rock Springs last Friday. Our local cowboys and cowgirls made a strong showing. Locals making the list of event leaders at the end of the season are: Rylee Agar, barrel racing, 22nd; pole bending 20th Taylor Agar, barrel racing, 35th; pole bending 25th Porter McCumber, boys cutting, 2nd; saddle bronc 3rd Kamryn Farrell, breakaway roping, 29th; goat tying, 11th; pole bending 30th Bridger Peil, light rifle, 11th; team roping 8th; tie down calf roping, 11th...

  • Bowhunter's shoot

    Jun 6, 2024

    Allen Thurman takes a few warm-up shots while his dad, John, watches during the Bighorn Bowhunter's Sean Kostelecky Scholarship 3-D Shoot in Hot Springs State Park last weekend. The shoot was held both Saturday and Sunday and helped to raise money for scholarships....

  • Track team has strong showing at state

    Daniel Powell|May 23, 2024

    The Hot Springs County High School Track Team qualified for thirty-one spots at the Wyoming High School State Championships – which were held this past weekend in Casper. The local weather proved favorable, and the event saw a number of state records fall in several categories. While none of the local competitors came out on top in their events, all of the qualifiers displayed great efforts, and each met with favorable results. Highlights for the Lady Cats include: Jayda Griffin set a p...

  • Rodeo club members compete at next at Buffalo

    May 23, 2024

    Members of the Thermopolis Rodeo Club competed in Casper last week. Their last regular season event will be in Buffalo this weekend, followed by state finals June 5 in Rock Springs. Friday, Taylor Agar earned 12th in barrel racing with a time of 16.697 and a time of 22.516 in pole bending Rylee Agar had a time of 28.133 in pole bending. Kamryn Farrell had a time of 21.914 in barrel racing, earned 11th in breakaway roping with a time of 4.93 and had a time of 11.53 in goat typing. Jay Ritchey and...

  • Hoyt Peil qualifies for two events at National Jr. High Rodeo Finals

    May 16, 2024

    Thermopolis Rodeo Club member Hoyt Peil competed at the Wyoming Jr. High Finals Rodeo in Gillette on May 10 and qualified for the National Jr. High Rodeo Finals in two events. Peil and his parter, Cruz Viles of Cody, won 1st in the average in the team roping with impressive times of 10.44 in the first go around and 10.62 in the second earning them another 1st in year end standings and a spot to compete at nationals. In boys breakaway roping, Peil finished 3rd in the first go around with a time...

  • Lady Cats win Spring Championship

    Daniel Powell|May 16, 2024

    The Hot Springs County High School Golf Team was in Torrington last weekend to compete at the 2A Spring Championship Golf Tournament. Following up on their outstanding performance in the fall season, the Lady Cats once again came out on top. The tournament covered two rounds for both the Bobcats and the Lady Cats, with each round being played at the Cottonwood at Torrington Golf Course. While the weather on day one was cold, gray and windy, conditions improved nicely on day two for the final...

  • Track standouts qualify for state track meet

    Daniel Powell|May 16, 2024

    The Bobcat track teams traveled to Mountain View this past weekend to compete in the 3A West Regional Tournament. At the event, both the Bobcats and the Lady Cats qualified several team standouts for this week's State Championship Track Meet to be held in Casper on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Four Lady Cats qualified in individual competition, and two teams qualified in relay events. In individual events, Ina King qualified for state in the 100 meter dash and the triple jump. Davdine King...

  • Figure 8 racing

    May 16, 2024

    There was a lot of racing, some rubbing and even a roll over during the Stars and Pipes, LLC Figure 8 Race held at Hot Springs County Fairgrounds last Saturday evening....

  • Middle school tracksters compete at Best of the Best

    May 16, 2024

    Last week, several members of the Thermopolis Middle School track team participated in the Best of the Best meet held in Lander. The young Bobcats had some impressive finishes showing the strength of our future high school team. Results are: 7th Grade Girls Jayden Boren - 1600 meter run, 5th, 6:10:12; 100 meter hurdles, 26th, 20.72 Jakae Elder - 100 meter hurdles, 25th, 20.29; 800 meter run, 8th, 2:50.08 Mackenzie Buckner - 100 meter dash, 6th, 14.04; 200 meter dash, 3rd, 28.77 Briar Lahoe - 200 meter dash, 18th, 31.25; long jump, 38th,...

  • Bobcats host home track meet prior to regionals

    Daniel Powell|May 9, 2024

    This past week, Hot Springs County High School played host to teams from seventeen Wyoming schools, in the final week of the regular track season. While the weather had been somewhat unsettled leading up to the event, conditions improved sufficiently to allow the teams to compete last Friday. Both the Bobcats, and the Lady Cats displayed a competitive effort in the various events, with results that placed the Lady Cats in fifth place with 47 points and the Bobcats in third place with 101...

  • Golf team tunes up for state

    Daniel Powell|May 9, 2024

    The Hot Springs County High School golf team traveled to Hulett on Monday, April 29 and then to Cody, on Friday, May 3 to compete in the final tournaments of their regular spring season. Last week’s outings served as great opportunities for the Bobcats and Lady Cats to get prepared for the spring championship tournament being held in Torrington this week. In Hulett, the Lady Cats finished second (306) in the team scoring at The Golf Club at Devils Tower, just six strokes back of the team from Sundance (300). For the Lady Cats, Lilly Johnson s...

  • Rodeo club members nearing finals

    May 9, 2024

    Hot Springs County High School Rodeo club members competed in Newcastle last week. The junior high state finals are set for this week in Gillette and the high school finals will be June 3-8 in Rock Springs. Bridger Peil had a great finish in tie down calf roping on Saturday with a time of 10.750 to earn second place out of 35 competitors. Other Saturday high school results in Newcastle include: Rylee Agar had a time of 17.068 in barrel racing for 14th place and a 22.445 in pole bending for 10th place. Taylor Agar had a time of 17.707 in barrel...

  • Sixth grade girls first at track conference

    May 9, 2024

    The Thermopolis Middle School Track Team wrapped of their regular season last Saturday at the Yellowstone Conference meet held in Thermopolis. The 6th grade girls team brought home 1st place with a total of 140 points beating 2nd place Cody with 136.50 points. The 7th grade girls were 4th with 63 points and 8th grade girls were 5th with 54 points. On the boys side, the 6th grade boys had 37.5 points for 6th place, 7th grade boys were 4th with 65.50 points and the eight grade boys team finished...

  • Senior signing

    May 9, 2024

    Last Wednesday, Hot Springs County High School seniors participated in a signing ceremony in the gym. Various seniors were recognized as they accepted their enrollment in their respective future endeavors including the work force, trade schools, military, community colleges or universities....

  • Track team sees tough competition in Buffalo

    Daniel Powell|May 2, 2024

    The Hot Springs County High School track team traveled to Buffalo last Friday to compete in the Buffalo Not-a-Twilight Track Meet. The home team, Buffalo, won the girls team event with a score of 120, while the team from Thunder Basin won the boys team event with a score of 164.5. With four of their stand-out teammates away at the Wyoming Track Classic, the Lady Cats finished in ninth Place, scoring 25 points, while the Bobcats finished in eighth place, with a score of 36. Highlights for the Lady Cats: Brooklynn Williams second in the 400...

  • Middle school tracksters bring home impressive finishes from Lander

    May 2, 2024

    Last Friday, the Thermopolis Middle School Track competed at the Lander Middle School Invitational with ten other teams from the area. The sixth grade girls team brought home fist place with 102 points with Lovell coming in second with 78 points. Seventh grade girls placed 4th with 56.50 points and eight grade girls finished sixth with 37 points. On the boys side, the sixth grade team placed eighth with 19.50 points, the seventh grade team was 6th with 39 points and the eighth grade boys finished second with 74 points behind Riverton with 80...

  • Bobcats compete at Wyoming Track Classic

    Daniel Powell|May 2, 2024

    Four Hot Springs County High School athletes qualified to compete this year in the prestigious Wyoming Track Classic held in Casper on Friday, April 26, 2024. The event is a “best of the best” style meet, which pits top contenders from around the state of Wyoming. Those athletes in attendance, are invited to compete in the event, based upon top times and top marks, set in track meets, which have been held up to this point in the 2024 season. Earning an invite to the Classic, is both an honor, and a recognition of the outstanding com...

  • Golf team competes at Powell

    Daniel Powell|May 2, 2024

    The Hot Springs County High School golf team was in Powell last Friday for the Powell High School Spring Invite. Both the Bobcats, and the Lady Cats finished in the top five in team scoring - with the Lady Cats finishing in fourth place (322) and the Bobcats ending the day in fifth place (386). The Tournament was won by Lander on the boys side (340), and by Lovell on the girls side (297). For the Bobcats, Hayden Overfield shot 81, which was good for a third place finish. Hayden Johnson shot 95 (18th); Ian Locke shot 101 (tie 24th); Camden...

  • Rodeo team members bring home buckles

    May 2, 2024

    Thermopolis Rodeo Club members have been busy hitting the road the past two weekends. They were up in Rock Springs on April 20-21 and Big Piney on April 27-28. Rock Springs resutls: On Saturday, Rylee Agar earned 16th and a time of 16.451 in barrel racing and had a 7th place finish in pole bending with a time of 21.576. Mesa Longwell had a time of 16.76 in barrel racing. Kamryn Farrell had a time of 16.789 in barrel racing and a time of 8.94 in goat tying earning her 8th place, In light rifle, Bridger Peil earned 8th place with a score of 215...

  • On target

    Apr 25, 2024

    Colton Blaksley, left, instructor Dan Herring, a member of the Upton Young Guns Club and Roan Bush participated in the Youth Hunter Education Challenge at the Bob Milek Memorial Range Saturday....

  • Golf team is weathered out

    Daniel Powell|Apr 25, 2024

    The Hot Springs County High School golf team was scheduled to travel to Sheridan last week, to play on the Powder Horn Golf Course - one of the premier private golf courses in the state. Unfortunately, and very disappointingly, weather conditions deteriorated towards the end of the week – resulting in the cancellation of that event. Coach Brandon Deromedi said, “We have tried for the last five years to get to play that outstanding golf course, but Mother Nature has always had other ideas. It would be really nice to have our golfers have a cha...

  • Frisbee golf tournament Saturday

    Apr 25, 2024

    Organizers are planning their first Thermopolis Frisbee Golf Tournament on Saturday, April 27 at the course, located along Highway 20 North at the edge of town across from the Armory. Sign-ups start at 9:30 a.m. with competition beginning at 10 a.m. Scoring will be for singles 2 round, 18 holes, with a $12 buy-in. Payout will depend on the number of participants. There will be a special prize available for a C.P.T. on hole 2. The organizer will add an additional $50 in to the Acepot. For more information on the tourney, contact Frank Luna at...

  • TMS track teams perform well at Shoshoni

    Apr 25, 2024

    The Thermopolis Middle School Track team competed last Saturday at the Shoshoni Junior High Invitational in middle school (7th/8th grades) and youth divisions (5th/6th grades). The girls middle school team placed 5th with 49 points while the youth girls division placed fourth with 58.5 points. On the boys side, the middle school team brought home fourth place with 72 points and the youth boys team had 18 points, earning them an eighth place finish. Middle school boys 100 meter dash - Christian Eplin, 7th, 13.21; Clint Kimes, 14.88; James...

  • Bobcat tracksters win second meet of the season

    Daniel Powell|Apr 25, 2024

    The Hot Springs County High School Bobcat track team was in Shoshoni last week to compete at the Shoshoni Invite – an event that drew twenty-two teams from around the area to compete in a full day of events, which went far into the evening before all competitions were complete. With a final team score of 114 points, the Bobcats finished in first place for the second time this season – toping teams who compete for far larger schools. After the event, coach Boone Bowker commented, “That was an all-around good showing for the Bobcats team. I’m e...

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