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January 2023 WHS senior overcomes odds at the end of the tunnel WHEATLAND – It was the end of a very long tunnel for Maxx Meyer Thursday night and from the adversity of a sports injury, he made his initial comeback at Wheatland’s only home wrestling event this year against Laramie High School.

DOUGLAS — The Lady Bulldogs traveled once again, heading to the Douglas Classic over the weekend where they faced the 5th ranked team in 3A girls’ basketball. With four wins and only one loss for the Bulldogs, the girls took the floor Saturday morning ready to go, after beating Burns the night before, 41-36. The Lander Valley Lady Tigers came into this game averaging 41 points per game, shooting 44% from the field.

WHEATLAND – The Wheatland Bulldog wrestlers (both boys and girls) traveled to the Bridgeport/Sidney Invite over the weekend, where they met both Wyoming and Nebraska competition in various weight and conference classes. Several Wheatland wrestlers were able to place in their respective weight classes, thereby adding to overall team scoring.

WHEATLAND — After a season of thrilling victories and heartbreaking losses, the Wheatland Bulldogs football team ended the 2023 season with a 3-4 3A East Conference record and a 3-2 overall record.

PLATTE COUNTY – While 4-H shooting sports are not on target during the fair, Platte County 4-H Shooting Sports is hitting the target all year. The shooting sports program in Platte County continues to be one of the most popular and boasts some of the highest enrollment amongst the 4-H projects.

WHEATLAND – For the third year in a row, runners and walkers showed up for a little fun and exercise at a 5K run sponsored by Banner Health in Wheatland.

On Wednesday, at 3:45 on November 8, Lily Nichols, of Wheatland, signed her National Letter of Intent to compete in the heptathlon, 400 hurdles and middle distance for the University of Wyoming Track & Field Team.

LARAMIE – It was another one for the ages in the 115th Edition of the Border War between the Wyoming Cowboys and Colorado State Rams on Friday night in Laramie as the Cowboys came away with a 24-15 victory over the Rams.

CASPER – The Wheatland Bulldogs volleyball team traveled to the state tournament in Caspet this past week and faced off with Mountain View in the first round of play Thursday, November 2.

The Wheatland Bulldogs traveled to Rawlins on Friday and then hosted Moorcroft for their last regular season match at home.  Both matches ended in three-set victories for the Lady Bulldogs.

On an unseasonably warm October night, the Wheatland Bulldogs would wrap up the regular season at home against the WyoPreps No. 4-ranked Tongue River Eagles.

On Saturday, Oct. 16, 2023, the Wheatland High School Marching Bulldogs headed to the Ford Wyoming Center to compete in their state competition. The WHS marching band consists of 56 student athletes, including five eighth grade students.

The Wheatland High School gym was full once again for exciting volleyball action as the Bulldogs took on conference rivals Douglas Bearcats on Thursday.

WHEATLAND – The monthly Wheatland Town Council convened on Monday evening. Tracy DeRyk, addressed the Council with an Economic Wellness Report. She found that June utility users and construction permits have risen. There are fewer houses on the market in Wheatland this month. Open jobs listed with the Wyoming Department of

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