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About halfway through the season, the Lady Cats are starting to look more and more like they are in championship form. Big-time takedowns of their quadrant foes last weekend showed what this team can do when everything is clicking and demonstrated why this squad has been at the top of all th…

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USA Wrestling kicked off their  season with a “Refuse to Lose” tournament in Glenrock where The DWC had an impressive showing.

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The Douglas boys were determined to put the loss dealt to them by Lander firmly in the past going into 2023. They did that and then some last weekend, taking down some of the top teams in 4A and starting a four-game winning streak in Cheyenne while proving that they can play with anyone in Wyoming.

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Chasing faster competition is one of the best ways to cut personal times in any sport. The Douglas High School boys’ swim and dive team did plenty of chasing over the Dec. 16 weekend against eight bigger programs.

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If there’s anything to be learned by the fans from the Bearcats opening weekend, it’s that they’ll need ice packs for their necks whenever they watch Douglas’s fast-paced offense. The Cats were ready to get out and run after a second-place finish in the state tournament last spring.

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Girls BB eyes 6th straight championship

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Douglas didn’t lead for a single second of its 3A quarterfinal matchup against Powell. They still left the turf victorious. On the first play of an untimed overtime, junior quarterback Trey Rinn found senior gadget player Jackson Hughes for a 10-yard walk-off touchdown and a 27-21 Bearcats v…

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The Douglas High School cross country team was short on runners at the Wheatland meet Sept. 30. However, the group was solid on the numbers that matter most in the sport as several athletes locked down personal-best times to make it a successful day on the run.

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Jaden Meyer has steadily cut her times throughout the season and has been among the fastest cross country runners at many events. The rise to the top is now complete as the Douglas High School standout was simply the best over the weekend at the Douglas Invitational against Torrington, Glenr…

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Cats dominate relays to lift team to dual victory

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It was a sea of runners that greeted the Douglas High School cross country teams over the weekend at the Buffalo Invitational. With more than 300 runners in two varsity races, it was an event that challenged new and experience athletes with a packed field.

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Jeff Barnett has coached thousands of Converse County athletes for more than three decades and counting. He has guided many talented youths to successful and rewarding athletic high school careers and beyond, both in Douglas and Glenrock.

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Fresh off an upset over Cheyenne in the final game of the regular season, the Douglas Cats Legion baseball team hoped to carry a little bit of that magic into the playoffs.

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The American Legion Cats A team pummelled the Rawlins Generals in both games of a doubleheader Monday evening, with one inning proving the key in the first game.

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Wild weather and a weird week may have put a bit of a damper on the festivities at the Wyoming High School State Championship Track Meet last weekend, but that didn’t stop the Bearcats from giving it their all. 

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A good showing at the 1A/2A/3A East Regional Meet over the weekend put the final touches on the Bearcats track team roster for state, but the boys team will be without a key contributor after a disqualification that has been met with some skepticism.

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The clock is ticking, in some cases literally, for the Bearcats to qualify for state and a few more Douglas athletes on the fringe punched their ticket to Casper last weekend at a 10-team meet in Gillette.

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As a spring storm rolls in, the Douglas Middle School boys soccer team finishes up one game and prepares for another against a Campbell County middle school squad.

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A little extra time off can do wonders. After the Burns Invite was canceled, the Douglas track team had an extra week to prepare for their midweek warm-up with Buffalo and the biggest home meet of the year, the Douglas Invite.

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Track season is upon us once more and with it comes a slew of new achievements. It’s early in the year but things are looking good for the Bearcats track squad as the teams look to improve upon last year’s performances. 

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Wright, Olsen sisters grew up playing ball against each other, creating a Douglas juggernaut as the Lady Cats put fourth state championship banner on the wall

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Douglas High School senior Allison Olsen collapsed on the court as the final buzzer sounded.