Almost like clockwork, one can expect two things at the state track meet each May.
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Just as their coaches intended, the Bearcat tracksters are peaking at just the right time, hitting multiple personal records at the 3A East Regional Track meet last week. Both Douglas boys and girls team snagged silver at the second most important meet of the season, with boys scoring 143, j…
Despite the howling winds on Friday and the miserable conditions on Saturday, the Douglas girls track and field team made history last week at the Wyoming Track and Field Championships.
The track and field season has effectively become a launching point for sophomore Stephanie Witbrod. After an up and down freshman season, she’s making it a point to put in extra time this spring and for good reason.
Ava Tompkins was inspired by her older sister, Claire, to pursue the triple jump. Ex-Bearcat Claire set a personal record of 33 feet, 8.5 inches during her senior season in 2017, and now her younger sister is chasing after her as a freshman.
When he finished eighth in the discus throw at last year’s State Track and Field Championships, he knew he had his work cut out for him.
Every male high jumper wants to jump his height. It’s a benchmark: Clear a bar that’s higher than you, and you’ve got undeniable hops. The vast majority of high school jumpers never jump their height. Sutton Perry, who stands six feet tall, managed it as a freshman last year when he set his …
Douglas junior Tyrel Leman won the triple jump and Gage Pitt took first in the 100-meter dash, leading the Bearcats to a third-place finish at the Jerry Campbell Invite Saturday in Buffalo.