The Lady Panthers traveled to Encampment on Friday, Jan. 22, to face the Lady Tigers in basketball action. The Lady Panthers had a great game, winning 62-32. Rylee Teichert led the Lady Panther scoreboard with 16 points and five assists. Demi Harmon added 14 points. Harley Harmon had six rebounds. Tana Teichert had six rebounds and five steals. Kylee Dayton had five assists. Due to COVID-19, the Lady Panthers were unable to compete on Saturday in Saratoga. Congratulations, Lady Panthers, on a great win. They will be home this week on Friday with Farson and Saturday with Grace.
The Panthers traveled to Encampment on Friday, Jan. 22, to take on the Tigers of Encampment. This was a great matchup for both teams and was tight to the buzzer. The Panthers were able to outlast the Tigers and bring home the big conference win, 47-44. Nate Barnes led the Panther scoring with 15 points. Treyson Dayton had 11 points and Tyler Moyes had nine. Due to COVID-19, the Panthers were unable to compete on Saturday in Saratoga. Congratulations, Panthers on an important conference win. They will be home this week on Friday with Farson and Saturday with Grace. Good luck, Panthers.
Senior wrestlers and statistician were honored on Saturday at the Cokeville duals: Abby Johnson, daughter of Lenn and Gayle Johnson; Ammon Halls, son of Nate and Andrea Halls; Addison Lyman, son of Kevin and Emily Lyman; Eli Linford, son of Marty and Cody Linford; Matt Thompson, son of Mike and Angela Thompson; Nathan Thornock, son of Jason and Tracy Thornock; Weston Murdock, son of Jason and Holli Murdock; Wyatt Mackey, son of Heath and Kristi Mackey.
The Panther wrestlers were busy this past week. Wednesday, Jan. 20, they traveled to Lyman and wrestled 14 matches. They wrestled eight in the dual, winning six. They won nine of the 14 and the dual 45-16.
Saturday, Jan. 23, they hosted the Cokeville Duals. Their first opponents were the Rangers of Kemmerer. They wrestled 10 total matches, seven in the dual. The Panthers won two in the dual and one exhibition match.
Following forfeits by both teams, the Panthers came up short 33-43. Their second dual was with the Wolves of Green River. There were 12 matches wrestled, eight in the dual. The Panthers won six, but lost the dual 22-54.
Their final dual was a rematch of Wednesday’s dual with Lyman. They wrestled 11 matches, eight in the dual. The Panthers won six total matches, four in the dual. The final score was 36-27 for the Panthers.
The Panthers have their last home dual on Wednesday, Jan. 27, with the Buffs of Mountain View. They will head to Pinedale on Saturday, Jan. 30. Good luck, Panthers.