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The Dogies/Bobcats had another busy week as they traveled to Wright on Thursday for a dual, and then headed to Belle Fourche for a tournament on Friday and Saturday. Head coach Lee McCoy was pleased with how his team performed over the weekend as they got the better of the Panthers by a score of 39...

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Dogie head coach Allen Von Eye gets his starters hyped to play the Glenrock Herders on Friday.

 
The Newcastle Dogies got off to a slow start in their game against the Herders in Glenrock Friday. If not for a low scoring first quarter, head coach Allen Von Eye’s hoopsters actually out-scored the Herders, but couldn’t hang on for the win down the stretch, so lost the contest 48-56.   “We were...
As the Newcastle High School men’s swimming season creeps closer to the end, the Dogies were unable to add any new qualifiers to the state slate, however, as the two-day event in Gillette got under way on Friday, things were looking good for head coach Doug Scribner’s squad.   “We had a really good...

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Samuel Scribner qualified for the state meet in the 50 Freestyle on Friday, and is close to adding the breaststroke to his state slate as well.

 
The Dogie swimmers were able to compete at home last week as they hosted a triangular with Douglas and Buffalo on Thursday, then a dual against Douglas on Friday. Head coach Doug Scribner’s crew took advantage of their home pool advantage to not only hand two more back-to-back defeats to the...
The Dogies were on the road for their two contests last week in Wright and Rapid City. They faced tough competition on Thursday against the Panthers, and again on Saturday against Rapid City Christian, but despite losing 21-63 and 21-76, respectively, head coach Allen Von Eye saw some progress from...

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Landon Norman was in a bit of a pickle in this match at the Dogie Invitational Friday. Norman went 2-1 in the 113-pound weight class to finish second at the tournament.

 
On Friday the 13th, the Newcastle/Upton wrestling team hosted the 13th Annual Newcastle Dogie Invitational, and it was a day full of action with a house full of wrestlers. There were 13 boys teams participating, which added up to 250 varsity wrestlers, and there were also 12 girls teams represented...

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Archer Ohnstad swims the breaststroke leg of the 200 IM at the Douglas Invitational Swim Meet Saturday. His third-place finish in the race helped his team to edge out the Bearcats for the team win on the day.

 
After being dry-docked for five weeks from competition, the Dogie swim team made a splash as they got back into action by defeating the Douglas Bearcats in back-to-back events last week. First, head coach Doug Scribner’s squad bested the Converse County team 51-31 at the Buffalo Triangular on...

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On Friday at the Shane Shatto Memorial Wrestling Tournament in Douglas, Jacob Prell puts up a tremendous fight, with his grit showing on his face in the 182-pound match. Prell escaped the grip of and attempted takedown by Cantrell of Natrona County to win with a pin moments later.

 
The Dogies/Bobcats were back in action Friday and Saturday, as they competed in the Shane Shatto Invitational Wrestling Tournament in Douglas. There, the team finished 15th out of 29 teams, and of those finishing ahead of them, only Douglas and Lander were 3A schools. “It was a pretty good weekend...

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Wyatt Cole sees an open man.

Bigger, faster, stronger.  That is what the Dogies were up against in their home opener against the Torrington Trailblazers Friday in the Dogie Dome. After a decent start to the basketball game by Newcastle, the ‘Blazers lit it up from beyond the arc and their full court pressure gave head coach...

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Jaylen Ostenson joined the 1,000 point club last year at home against the Burns Lady Broncs. The junior finished the 2022 season with 1,214 career points.

 
  The reviews on the year 2022 as a whole are still out, as it brought with it many ups and downs, however, Newcastle High School athletes were able to tally up some special memories throughout the year.  The Lady Dogies played a near-perfect season in basketball, the Lady Dogies made a repeat...

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