Buffalo High School

The Lady Dogies set off for Casper and the 3A State Tournament last Wednesday with the goal of bringing home a state basketball title. Head coach Chad Ostenson’s crew gave it everything they had, however a six point loss to the Lady Bison of Buffalo in the semifinal matchup stripped away their...
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The Lady Dogies gave the No. 1-ranked Lady Bearcats of Douglas a fight
on Thursday, despite dropping the contest 46-60. Jaylen Ostenson’s
face says it all when it came to how physical the contest was throughout
its entirety.
The Lady Dogies finished out their regular season last week with two more tough games against the number one ranked Lady Bearcats of Douglas and the number two ranked Lady Bison of Buffalo.  Douglas picked up their second win against Newcastle on Thursday, but their margin of victory was much...
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Zander White left it all on the court in the Dogies’ last regular season contest, against
Buffalo on Saturday. White led his team in scoring and the Dogies played one of their best
games of the year.
The Dogies took care of their case of the first quarter blues last week as they finished out their regular season hosting Douglas on Thursday and Buffalo on Saturday. Though head coach Allen Von Eye’s crew dropped both contests, in each game, they started out strong which is something that they had...
Rising food prices pinch households, food pantry   BUFFALO — At a time when demand for food assistance is at unprecedented levels, local organizations are also reeling from the increased costs of keeping food on their shelves.   “We have doubled our patronage in the past year, and it's causing...

Brad Burns, left, sits his weight back in the harness to keep the rope tight while guest climber Arvil Nagpal begins his ascent up the rock face. Burns is a local climber and climbing guide who was invited to participate in an HBO program that pitted some of the world’s top climbers against each other. Buffalo Bulletin file photo.

BUFFALO —Scaling the rock above the Mediterranean Sea in Mallorca, Brad Burns moved like a seasoned professional. Ropeless, with only the water below to cushion a nearly 50-foot drop, Burns accidentally veered from the designated route, but he used his strength to hoist himself to the top, fists in...

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Hunter McFarland had one of her shots blocked by a Lady Bison defender Saturday in Buffalo, however, the senior put up two good games over the weekend, scoring 12 points on Friday and 6 points on Saturday.

The Lady Dogies opened up 3A Northeast Quadrant play last weekend as they hosted the Lady Wolves of Moorcroft on Friday, then traveled to Buffalo to take on the second-ranked Lady Bison on Saturday.   Head coach Chad Ostenson’s crew came away with their seventh win of the season on Friday,...

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Pate Tavegie had a breakout game for the Dogies in their loss to Moorcroft last Friday. He was perfect on the night hitting two of his team’s three baskets from beyond the arc.

The Dogies had two big nights of quadrant play Friday and Saturday against Moorcroft and Buffalo, as they started their run for post-season seeding. Head coach Allen Von Eye and his crew were looking for their first win of the season against the Wolves in the Dogie Dome on Friday, but Moorcroft...

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Above, McKenzie Rose sacrificed her body going for a dig in the Lady Dogies loser-out contest against Moorcroft on Saturday afternoon. Newcastle would sweep the Lady Wolves to punch their ticket to the state tournament this weekend.

The Lady Dogies punched their ticket to the Big Dance — otherwise known as the 3A State Volleyball Tournament — last weekend by taking third place at the 3A East Regional Tournament in Wheatland.  From match one against Rawlins to their third place win over Buffalo, the Lady Dogies were there to...

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Rebekah Olson swam the butterfly in the third leg of the 200 Medley Relay in Buffalo Friday. The team finished in sixth place.

The Lady Dogie swim team traveled to Buffalo Friday to compete in their one and only meet of the week. As the season grows nearer to its conclusion, head coach Doug Scribner admitted that his swimmers are tired, and that it may be time to begin taper. “It was a good meet, but it is apparent that we...
The Lady Dogie swim team is growing closer to the state meet, and as such, head coach Doug Scribner admits that though his squad swam a bit tired after practice last week, they also swam well at the quad in Buffalo on Friday and at the Worland Invitational on Saturday. Though there were no new...

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