2021 was the 10th time in CFD history a cowboy has won the all-around title in back-to-back years. The winner, Stetson Wright, is the first rough stock competitor to win back-to-back all-around titles since Jim Shoulders in 1963-64.
Encampment's Dalton Peterson went to work during last weekend's Wyoming Coaches Foundation North-South All-Star Games, and he proved once again that a 1A hooper can hang with the level up in competition.
After an incredible four-year run at Douglas High School, Allyson Fertig, Joslin Igo and Kamdynn Townsend took to the basketball court one final time to represent the Bearcats with their head coach on the sidelines.
During the Wyoming Coaches Foundation All-Star Game, Allyson Fertig was a dominant force on the glass, and rebounding is one of the reasons she was an elite high school player during her time at Douglas High School.
In 2013-14 for the Cowboys, Sobey started all 33 games. He averaged 9.8 points, 3.4 rebounds and 1.9 assists in 30.2 minutes per game. He shot 43 percent from the field and 26 percent beyond the arc to notch 13 double-figure point games, including two contests with more than 20 points.
This year’s inductees are Jon Cogdill (Football and Wrestling, 1986-90), Dennis Dreher (Special Achievement), Brandon Ewing (Basketball, 2006-09), *Wiles Hallock (Administration, 1949-60), Kevin Mannon (Track & Field, 1998-99), Mike Schenbeck (Football, 1985-88), and Tom Wilkinson (Football and Baseball, 1964-65)
The series between the two schools dates back to Nov. 10, 1900, when they first played a game at Colorado. The last victory on the field for the Cowboys was in 1982, when the Pokes won 24-10 at Folsom Field.
The Central grad and now-Colorado Men’s Basketball freshman averaged 13.3 points, 10.3 rebounds, 3.4 assists, and 1.8 blocks during his senior season, all while shooting a state-best 67% from the field.
It’s been a whirlwind of an offseason in college basketball with new transfer and NIL rules. Those changes have had an effect on the University of Wyoming basketball program, and UW’s Jeff Linder hopped on a Zoom call with Wyoming News Now’s David Graf to talk about the offseason and some of those changes.