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The Lady Dogie Swim Team had a light week of competition, with only one meet on Saturday in Douglas. Five teams competed at the invitational, and head coach Doug Scribner felt good about the way his team performed in the longer meter pool, especially considering the swimmers are feeling some...

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Gabby McVay, above, gets low to dig up a hit from the Lady Bearcats Thursday in Douglas. The Lady Dogies swept the match in three straight sets. Below, hitter McKenzie Rose takes a swing at the Lady ‘Cats. The junior racked up nine kills in the big Dogie win.

 
The Lady Dogies knocked off two ranked teams Thursday and Friday by defeating the Lady Bearcats of Douglas, who are currently sitting in third in 3A, and the Sundance Lady Bulldogs, who enjoy the fifth spot in the 2A rankings.  The win over the Lady ‘Cats was especially sweet for Newcastle as the...
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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Lizzy Rushton was right on target to dig up a hit by the Lady Trailblazers Friday in Torrington.

 
The fifth-ranked Lady Dogie Volleyball squad started last week with a solid win over the Lady Trailblazers in Torrington on Friday, but then slipped from first place in the Northeast Quadrant to second, after dropping a hard-fought, five-set battle against the Moorcroft Lady Wolves on Saturday in...
In a drought-ridden agricultural region, it really feels wrong to complain about moisture, but when it comes to outdoor sports, rain really throws a wrench into the works, and that was exactly what happened last Thursday as the Newcastle Cross Country team went to Custer for its weekly competition...
The Lady Dogie swim team made the long haul to Worland last Friday for a quinquangular meet and then went on to Powell for an invitational meet on Saturday. Head coach Doug Scribner admitted that his team swam a little tired over the course of the two days, however there were still some...
Last Thursday, the Dogie Cross Country squads headed to Belle Fourche where temperatures were expected to climb into the high 90s. As such, start time was moved up to 9 a.m. rather than 1 p.m., but although the heat did not become a factor, the air quality was less than desirable with the smoke...
The Dogie and Lady Dogie cross country teams hit the trail in the northern Hills Friday for their second meet of the season as they competed in the Spearfish Invitational. Despite running in blistering heat, to a man — or woman — every runner who ran in Newcastle last week saw significant time...
Last weekend the Lady Dogie swim team made the long trek over the mountain to Cody for a quadrangular on Thursday and an invitational on Friday. Throughout the course of the two days, head coach Doug Scribner was pleased to see his swimmers cut some impressive time from their previous best efforts...

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Storee Tupa performed well for her team at the Gillette Invitational last week, according to head coach Mickey Crabtree. Her defensive presence in the back row was welcome against some hard-hitting teams.

 
The Lady Dogie volleyball team headed to Gillette for their second tournament of the season and found themselves up against some pretty serious competition. Once again, head coach Mickey Crabtree’s crew finished the weekend with a 3-3 record. “We saw some good things, and then we had our not-so-...

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