Burns, Pine Bluffs: A look back

We have an excellent resource at our disposal. It’s the ultimate clearinghouse for information on Wyoming high school football, and it’s wyoming-football.com. I can’t recommend it enough, but I suggest you leave yourself an afternoon off to check it out, otherwise you could bury some serious hours down a rabbit hole there.

It has the scores of every high school football game in the state’s history of the sport, even for now-defunct schools like Seton, Albin and Carpenter (yes, Carpenter had a high school; I’m just as surprised as you are). It also has some other information, such as a school’s all-time win-loss record, and information on streaks. Continue reading

Outtakes: State cross-country

I found some gems when chatting with Laramie County’s cross-country community in the afterglow of Saturday’s state meet.

Pine Bluffs-Burns won its fifth straight state Class 2A girls championship. I did not see that coming at all. Last year’s third-place individual, Austin Asay, graduated, and two other expected returners didn’t come out for the team. So I figured they’d finish in position to come away with some hardware and a couple of all-state runners. Well, I suppose they did that. Continue reading

Burns facilities getting facelift

The football stadium at Burns High is being torn up to make way for a new eight-lane track and football stadium. (Photo courtesy of Marv Mirich)

The football stadium at Burns High is being torn up to make way for a new eight-lane track and football stadium. (Photo courtesy of Marv Mirich)

As the picture to the left shows, the changes to Burns High’s track and football field that former WyoSports reporter Alex Riley detailed in this award-winning explanatory story are underway. Continue reading

Pine Bluffs-Burns cross-country runs at Saratoga

*The following information did not appear in the print edition of the Wyoming Tribune Eagle because it was turned in after deadline.

CHEYENNE — Austin Asay won the Saratoga Invitational with a time of 20 minutes, 30.95 seconds, a personal best time, to lead the Pine Bluffs-Burns cross-country team. Continue reading