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Cowboy announcer Walsh steps down   CHEYENNE (WNE) — For the first time in nearly four decades, the University of Wyoming will have a new play-by-play voice on the call for football radio broadcasts this fall.  UW announced Friday that Dave Walsh, who was hired in 1984 and had fulfilled play-by-...
Wyoming to be Featured on at Least Ten Telecasts This Fall   Buy Tickets Here   Laramie, Wyo. (May 26, 2022) -- The 2022 Mountain West Conference Football television schedules were released on Thursday in connection with Mountain West television partners CBS Sports Network (CBSSN) and FOX Sports...
Linebackers’ On-Field Testing at Combine Will be Televised Live Saturday, March 5 on NFL Network   NFL Network Television Schedule for 2022 NFL Scouting Combine NFL Combine On-Field Testing Schedule Laramie, Wyo. (Feb. 28, 2022) -- Beginning Wednesday, March 2 through Saturday, March 5, former...

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Heath Henkle (#60) was named to the 2A East All-Conference squad for his performance as center throughout the season. 

Sonja Karp NLJ Sports Editor   “Once a Dogie, Always a Dogie” is a familiar mantra at Newcastle High School, and several Dogies received recognition for their achievements wearing the orange and black uniform for fall sports.  Senior Slade Roberson earned both All-Conference and All-State honors...
Sonja Karp NLJ Sports Editor   The Dogies headed to Torrington Friday riding the momentum of a two-game winning streak. However, they had a big challenge ahead of them given the Trailblazers are currently ranked as the No. 2 team in the state for 2A. “There’s a reason they are No. 2,” said head...

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Quarterback Slade Roberson was involved with all four touchdowns the Dogies scored last Friday against the Herders, including carrying the ball across the goal line for one of his own. At 6 feet, 2 inches and 200 pounds of muscle, the senior is a challenge for the opponent to bring down.

Sonja Karp NLJ Sports Editor   The Dogies got a taste of victory against Tongue River, which made them hungry for more, and the Friday Night Lights burned a little brighter as the Dogies rolled over the Glenrock Herders at Schoonmaker Field Friday with a 25-6 win.   Last week, the Dogies relied...

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The 2021 Dogie Football team poses as head coach Matt Conzelman documents their accomplishments at the Mallo Fall Training Camp last week. After three years, the squad was able to return to the camp for immersion training to start their season.

 
Sonja Karp NLJ Sports Reporter   The Dogies endured a challenging season full of adversity in 2020, but head coach Matt Conzelman’s team is returning to the gridiron in 2021 as veterans to hardship who are ready to take on whatever is thrown at them in the coming months. “Compete, find a way and be...
UW plans return to full capacity for football games   By Davis Potter Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange   CASPER — If everything goes according to plan, Wyoming will play its home football games inside a full War Memorial Stadium this fall. UW is planning to return to full capacity for...
Hannah Gross NLJ Correspondent    Focusing on “one game at a time” led the Newcastle Middle School football team to win the district championships for the fifth time in the past six years, according to head coach Allen Von Eye, with a 20-point victory against Wright in a 40-20 home game.  “We...

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In this photo from earlier in the season against Hot Springs, Emily Beastrom is set to kick off on the punt return. 

 
Sonja Karp NLJ Sports Reporter   Her motivation wasn’t to blaze any trails, but when senior Emily Beastrom donned her helmet and shoulder pads and stepped onto the gridiron in Hot Springs for the first time in August, she did just that.  Beastrom wanted to play football since her freshman year in...

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