CHEYENNE Last year, Abby Rich jumped into the fire for the Cheyenne East girls tennis team.
With a small, young set of players on the court, Rich elevated herself to the No. 1 singles position for the Lady Thunderbirds as a sophomore. She got a few wins over lesser competition but struggled at the state tournament, going 0 2.
In an effort to get better, Rich began playing more tennis at a high lever. She took part in the Wyoming Governor Cup, reaching the consolation finals in the women open division and winning the open mixed doubles consolation title with Cheyenne Central Logan Havens.
it was an adult tournament, I just figured it would be good match experience and just go out there and do my best, Rich said.cheap jerseys Posted in Cheyenne East, TennisTagged Cheyenne East, girls tennis, high school, Pine Bluffs, tennis, Wyoming
CHEYENNE It should come as no surprise to anyone who has seen her compete that Abby Urban spent most of the summer in the pool.
After finishing runner up in the 500 yard freestyle and the third in the 200 yard freestyle at the 2012 Class 4A girls state meet, the Cheyenne East junior used her time off from school to refine her swimming skills even further.
swam a lot, Urban said with a laugh. day we were in the water. her offseason training culminated with one of the biggest swim of her career the USA Swimming Zone Championship in Fresno, Calif. Posted in Cheyenne East, Girls Swimming Diving, Girls Swimming DivingTagged Cheyenne East, high school, prep, swimming, Wyoming
CHEYENNE Amber Codr made a decision on how to spend a portion of her vacation early.
The Cheyenne South junior got word that the University of Wyoming would be hosting a diving camp this summer. Whether or not to attend was an easy choice.
year is my junior year so it’s really my year to make it shine if I want to go far with diving. And hearing that the college I want to go to had something promoting diving was really neat to hear about so I jumped all over it, Codr said. Posted in Cheyenne South, Girls Swimming DivingTagged Cheyenne South, high school, prep, swimming, Wyoming
Cheyenne Central senior offensive lineman Grayson Fleming
Cheyenne Central offensive lineman Grayson Fleming is expected to miss his senior season because of concussions, Indians coach Brick Cegelski said Friday.
The senior missed the final game of the Indians 2012 season after suffering a concussion during practice. He was concussed again at camp this summer.
Fleming was a first team All Class 4A selection. His return would have given Central four returning starters on the offensive line. As it stands now, the Indians return all stater Judd Stewart along with Grayson Sipe and Damon Macleary.
It was easy to find the Sheridan High football coaches during practice Tuesday afternoon. Not because they weren wearing helmets and jerseys but because they were all wearing the exact same wide brimmed fishing hat adorned with the team logo.
It not a new fashion trend, it a conscious decision by the coaches to reduce their own exposure to harmful UV rays while honoring a peer who is currently battling cancer.
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