The Ice Cat peewee team joined the ever-growing list of Douglas teams earning state championships this weekend. The 11-12-year-old hockey players went undefeated over the weekend in Sheridan to win the state championship cup.
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Douglas cheerleaders showed off their routines and choreography in front of judges Wednesday, and proved their spirit taking second place in the non-stunt routine competition.
Hockey, that aggressive and graceful ballet of a battle on the ice, is known for it’s masculinity. But for the ladies on the Ice Cats girls team the sport brings a level of sisterhood one wouldn’t expect.
Sitting in the audition room in Casper on Nov. 4, 2017, Douglas junior Kirsten Caskey took a deep breath and began to play two etudes, a chromatic scale and a sight-reading piece on her beloved trumpet.
From the court to the field, we all know how the games are played. Athletes enter while dedicated fans fill the stands ready to cheer their hearts out. The winning touchdown and the buzzer-beating basket brings the prestige to all athletes, but there is one person on the field keeping togeth…
Big game seasons have ended across Wyoming, but the upcoming “public meeting season” is upon us, including this Wednesday, March 25, in Douglas at the Converse County Courthouse at 6 p.m.