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  • Eyes on the goal

    Grace Moore|Jun 13, 2024

    Pine Ridge resident Colton Harding was busy manning his concession stand just north of I-90 exit 168, Friday afternoon offering cookies, chips, pop and other goodies essential for car trips and has made almost enough for this year's trip to the international soccer games in Minnesota. Yes, this 11-year-old entrepreneur works hard with a purpose: he is a soccer player and pays his way, reimbursing his mom and dad for fuel, rooms, etc. to follow his passion. "It's very expensive, but I somehow...

  • Home game

    Grace Moore|Jun 6, 2024

    At the first at home game for the Moorcroft Baseball team, the Belle Fourche Broncs won with a score of 22-11. The game was held on the lower field due to the upper field not being quite finished yet, but the material has been laid by Public Works and the fencing that had previously been torn down is now reinstalled. According to local baseball organizer Courtney Reynolds, "The T-ball team played on the upper field... We're really hoping to have it ready for next week. We plan to work on the...

  • Council considers new ball court

    Grace Moroe|Jun 6, 2024

    Moorcroft’s Public Works Director Cory Allison has been exploring the possibility of installing a new basketball court alongside the existing tennis enclosure at Westview Park and has received support from the council. “Ben [Glenn] has lights that came off that interstate project…We have the hoops and the poles out of the one that was at Noonan Park so I think we can put those in and then we just have to buy some backboards for a couple hundred bucks,” he said. “Austin [Smith] thought the total project would be around $30,000. That’s wi...

  • Wolves compete at State

    Mary Hunter|May 23, 2024

    Three Moorcroft Wolves qualified for State Track and Field competition. London McCrea qualified in the 300 Hurdles, Talia Vargas qualified in the 400 Dash and Dima Haskell qualified in the Long Jump. Although the track gods were not in our favor, this group of Wolves represented the pack well. On Friday, May 17, Dima sailed through the air in the Long Jump first thing in the morning. He earned a 15th place finish in the Finals with a jump of 18'11.75". London went over the obstacles in the 300...

  • Three Moorcroft track athletes headed to state

    Mary Hunter|May 16, 2024

    On Friday, May 3, the Wolves went just down the road for the Gillette Qualifier, In the Men's 100 Meter races, Dima Haskell got an 11.89; Trenton Gray ran a 12.48; Lathan Dewey, 12.57; Wyatt Allred, 14.20; and Justus Mills ran a 15.56. In the 200 Meter races, Braydnn Terry ran a 25.22; Lathan, 25.86; William Ripley, 26.78, Bryden Keller-Decoteau, 29.06; Wyatt 29.39; and Justus ran a 32.82. In the 400 Meter races, Braydnn ran in 58.38 and Hayden Amende ran his quarter mile in 59.18. In the 800...

  • Moorcroft School Sports

    May 16, 2024

    HS Track Thurs.-Sat., May 16-18 at State in Casper...

  • Off to the Spring Championships

    May 9, 2024

    Our Moorcroft Golf team is headed to the High School Golf Spring Championships in Torrington May 9-10. Coach Gail Mayer along with the team: Cade Williams, Carter Hatling, McKinnon Purcell, Gatlin McCrea, Weston Haskell, Caysen Phillips, Preston Crozier, Victoria Rozell, Abby Stroud and Krizma Delfino....

  • High School Track

    May 9, 2024

    Girls 100M: London McCrea 13.66 Girls 200M: McCrea 28.41, Talia Vargas 29.41 Girls 400M: 8. Vargas 1:06.41 Girls 100M Hurdles: Lani Gill 18.53 Girls 300M Hurdles: 2. McCrea 48.19, 9. Vargas 53.67, Gill 54.40 Girls 4x100M Relay: 9. Moorcroft 56.99 Girls Long Jump: Gill 15-2.5 Girls Discus: Kylee Keller-Decoteau 66-6, Clarissa Moebius 48-1 Girls Shot Put: Keller-Decoteau 20-0.5, Moebius 19-4, Melibe Downey 17-8 Boys 100M: Dima Haskell 11.89, Trenton Gray 12.48, Lathan Dewey 12.57, Wyatt Allred 14.20, Justus Mills 15.56 Boys 200M: Braydnn Terry 25...

  • Wolves at Scott Hardy Memorial

    Mary Hunter|May 2, 2024

    The Moorcroft Wolves went to Wright to compete in the Scott Hardy Memorial. In the running events, in the Lady's 100 Meter Dash, London McCrea earned Third Place with a 14.72 finish; Lani Gill earned points with her seventh place finish of 15.49; Melibe Downey finished in 17.32; and Kylee Keller-Decoteau finished 18.52. In the men's race, Dima Haskell earned fourth place with a 13.10 finish; Oliver Gorsuch finished in 13.83; William Ripley finished in 13.88; Lathan Dewey finished in 14.10; and...

  • Wolves take on Dan Hansen Invitational

    Mary Hunter|Apr 25, 2024

    The Moorcroft Wolves Track and Field team went to Sheridan for the Dan Hansen Invitational on Saturday, April 20. It was a great day to be a Wolf, the weather was perfect for a day around the oval. Many Wolves PRd in their specific events and we had our first State Meet Pre Qualifier of the season. In the ladies' events, London McCrea got nineth place in the 100 Meter Dash with the time of 14.07; Melibe Downey placed 13th with the time of 16.20; and Kylee Keller-Decoteau placed 15th with the...

  • Path forward laid out for baseball field

    Grace Moore|Apr 18, 2024

    Rage Baseball spokesperson Travis Arney and associate Darin Morgan attended last week's regular meeting of Moorcroft's town council to answer questions regarding their year-long absence from Moorcroft's Westview Park upper baseball field and their future plans – including how to deal with a particularly stubborn weed. Arney expressed his wish to avoid speaking to the past, "Obviously, with things that have transpired with all this, I think we just need to stick with facts moving forward rather t...

  • Golfers play Kendrick

    Apr 18, 2024

    The MHS boys golf team took on the Kendrick Invitation hosted by Tongue River on Friday, April 12 with Cade Williams finishing seventh individually. The team finished sixth overall. Individual Results: 7. Cade Williams 94 Galin McCrea 122 Carter Hatling 128...

  • Wolves take on Upton

    Mary Hunter|Apr 18, 2024

    On Friday, April 12, the Wolves traveled to Upton for the Mick Tonkel Fly High Invite. In the 100 Meter Dash, London McCrea earned sixth place with the time of 13.87, Kylee Keller-Decoteau ran her 100 meters in 16.99. In the 200 Meter Dash, Talia Vargas earned third place with the time of 29.44 and Melibe Downey ran her 200 meters in 35.00. In the 400 Meter Dash, Talia place third again with the time of 1:06.78. In the 300 Hurdles, London took first place with the time of 48.93 and Talia earned fifth place with the time of 53.78. The Lady Wolve...

  • Spearfish Queen City Classic

    Mary Hunter|Apr 11, 2024

    On Friday, April 5, the Wolves Track and Field team went to play at the Spearfish Queen City Classic. In the 100 Meter Dash Men's competition, Dima Haskell had to rerun his event due to the clock and the gun not being in sync. Using the first race as a warmup, Dima took charge and won his heat by .01 seconds with a time of 11.99. Lathan Dewey earned a 12.60 finish and Justus Mills ran his race in 16.10. In the 200 Meter, Lathan finished in 26.19, Trenten Gray finished in 27.76 and William...

  • Field of broken dreams

    Grace Moore|Apr 4, 2024

    In May of last year, Rage Baseball spokesmen Travis and wife Devin Arney visited a Moorcroft Council workshop to speak about the team making Moorcroft's upper ball field their home sports ground. Arney, at the time, assured the council of the potential for money coming into town via the games and the increase of value by upgrades to the field, paid for by team sponsors, though he did not share any names or details regarding these sponsors. The council listened to schedule recommendations,...

  • Wheatland invitational

    Mary Hunter|Apr 4, 2024

    In the ladies' 100 Meter Dash, London McCrae ran a 14.62 and Lani Gill, 15.20. In the 200 Meter Dash, London ran a 29.18 and Talia Vargas ran a 28.98. In the 400 Meter Dash, Talia ran a 1:07.81; Talia also ran the 100 Meter Hurdles and got a 22.17. London ran the 300 Meter Hurdles and got a 51.60. Despite losing the baton, the 4x100 Relay team of London McCrae, Kylee Keller-DeCoteau, Lani Gill and Talia ran a 1:20.63. Lani Gill improved her Long Jump by one foot with a jump of 15'1"; Kylee K-D...

  • College Sports

    Apr 4, 2024

    UW Women’s Basketball UW – 84, South Dakota – 52 UW – 54, Minnesota – 65...

  • Track season kicks off at Newcastle's Laura Chord Invite

    Mary Hunter|Mar 28, 2024

    At the Newcastle Laura Chord Invite on Thursday, March 21, the Wolves put on a good show. It was so much fun to check out all the talent we have at our school. In the Men's 100 Meter Dash, Dima Haskell ran a 12.30; Oliver Gorsuch ran a 13.72; Trenton Gra, 13.99; Braydon Keller-Decoteau, 14.98; and Justus Mills, a 16.76. In the Men's 200 Meter Dash, Braydnn Terry ran a 26.91; William Ripley, 27.04; Jacob Anderson, 27.40; Xavier Swiger, 28.23; Oliver Gorsuch, 28.79; and Trenton Gray, a 30.71. In...

  • Mat Masters bring home champions

    Marci Allison|Mar 7, 2024

    This past weekend, seven boys and three girls, high school Moorcroft Mat Master wrestlers, traveled to Lander for the Wyoming Amateur Wrestling Association Junior State tournament, wrestling both Greco and Freestyle. There, they competed for the triple crown award and for the chance to be on team Wyoming for the National tournament in Fargo, ND this summer. As a team, in both Freestyle and Greco, they took second place, had four champions, placers and one triple crown champion. Individual...

  • Lady Wolves play hard at Regionals

    Mar 7, 2024

    While the weekend did not end like the team hoped it would, Lady Wolves basketball coach Matthew Albertson says the girls played their hearts out. “Game one paired us with a strong Douglas team and they did not back down. Douglas is a very athletic group and they have some length, being a somewhat taller team,” he says. “This caused fits for us, but one of their strengths (full court pressure) the girls handled well for the most part.” The second game was Newcastle – a familiar foe for the Wolves. “This team we know very well and it was a fo...

  • Season ends at Regionals

    Mar 7, 2024

    The basketball season ended at Regionals for the boys’ team. Coach Nick Redden commends his team for the improvement they showed as the season progressed. “Any time a season ends abruptly, like it did at Regionals, you miss it. We had a season where you could take all 13 guys and compare them from the first game to the last game and see improvement that is rarely seen,” he says. “I had four amazing seniors and nine other guys who stepped up every day. You never had a practice when you had to ask them to work harder because that was just th...

  • Scoreboard

    Mar 7, 2024

    Boys Basketball at Regionals Moorcroft – 20, Douglas – 87 Moorcroft – 39, Glenrock – 63 Girls Basketball at Regionals Moorcroft – 16, Douglas – 77 Moorcroft – 36, Newcastle – 49...

  • State champs!

    Feb 29, 2024

    Moorcroft's Wolves returned victorious with three champions: Braydnn Terry, Trenton Sheehan and Rebekah Anderson. See page 7....

  • BB teams headed to Regionals

    Feb 29, 2024

    Matthew Albertson, coach for the Lady Wolves basketball team, commented on the weekend’s efforts, “The girls played very well. We will focus on the small things this week and competing. It will be these details that are needed to moving on in the regional tournament.” Wolves’ boys basketball coach Nick Redden shares his thoughts on his team as they approach the last games of the season. “We finished the season off versus Wheatland and had a nice first half, we had a lot of guys step up to that one. Wheatland ended up getting us, but I think w...

  • Wolves bring home the championship

    Marci Allison|Feb 29, 2024

    The Wolves wrestling team finished up their high school season competing in the state tournament this past weekend, at the Ford Center in Casper. This year, it was a three-day event with a girl's division and all the 2A, 3A and 4A boys' teams from across the state. The Wolves took 23 wrestlers on the boys' varsity division and three varsity girls who qualified from their regional tournaments. There, they placed 13 boys and one girl, having three champions and placing first as a team. Individual...

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