Coach Chad Ostenson

Two Lady Dogies and six Dogies secured a chance to continue their season last weekend at the 3A East Regional Track Meet in Rawlins. While a few had prequalified for the state meet during the season, a few more punched their ticket by finishing in the top eight in their events at regionals...
For the second time in three weeks, the Dogie track team made up for lost competitions as they competed in Custer on Tuesday, then in Sundance on Friday. Head coach Chad Ostenson’s crew continued to show improvement and performed well at both meets.    Although there were no new qualifiers in...

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Senior Holden McConkey punched his ticket to the state meet Friday as he posted personal bests and qualifying marks in the 100 and 200 Meter races. Pictured here, is his race from Casper.

The Newcastle Dogie track team took advantage of a rare and beautiful day in Buffalo Friday to qualify two more athletes for the rapidly approaching state meet.    Head coach Chad Ostenson began his day with the whole team in Johnson County before he accompanied CJ Hardy to the Track Classic in...
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Eli Morrill ran a personal record of 18.96 seconds in the 110 Meter Hurdles on Monday in Casper.
The Wyoming “spring” has been tough on sports and track has felt the sting of canceled meets so far this year. With the regular season winding down in just two weeks, teams across the state are desperately trying to make up for lost time. As such, the Dogie track team found a way to get a meet in...
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MacKenzie Conzelman’s family, high school basketball coach and college basketball coach were on hand to
watch her sign to play for the Dickinson State Blue Hawks next year. Back row, from left: Joslyn Conzelman,
Eric Nelson, Chad Ostenson. Front row: Drew Conzelman, Matt Conzelman, MacKenzie Conzelman, and Kim
Another Lady Dogie hoops player has committed to play at the next level. On March 28th, MacKenzie Conzelman signed on the dotted line to play basketball for the Dickinson State Blue Hawks next season. All roads seemed to lead to Dickinson for Conzelman. Both of her parents - Matt and Kim Conzelman...
Finally, the shooting pistol fired for the Dogie track team last Thursday as they got their 2023 season underway in Wheatland. Head coach Chad Ostenson admitted to being pleasantly surprised by his team’s performance given the little time they have been able to spend prepping for their events...
Though the starting pistol has remained silent, track season got underway two weeks ago and head coach Chad Ostenson is looking forward to the possibilities this season may have in store for his team.  Though he lost a few and gained a few, of the 33 athletes out for the season there are several...
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...
The Lady Dogies had the toughest week of their season last week as they played a couple of talented basketball teams on Tuesday against Belle Fourche and Thursday in Douglas, and then had to gut it out for a Saturday contest against an improved Torrington team on the road. Head coach Chad Ostenson...

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