Kicking off season for Women’s soccer

The Laramie County Community College women’s soccer team has been practicing and playing its best this season heading into the first three games. The team started their season ranked #10 in the NJCAA polls. With a tied game against Snow College on Aug. 23, a win against Cloud Community College on Aug. 25 and a

Ranch Horse season starts with a preview

As fall sports begin practicing and competing, the Laramie County Community College Ranch Horse team also kicked off its season. Coach Danny May and his team worked hard for their first show. “The goals that we have for this semester are the same that we’ve had in the past,” said May. According to May, the

VIDEO: Cynthia Henning discusses her new role as director of athletics, recreation and exercise science

[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ebTmDf-tM-w%5B/embedyt%5D   LCCC welcome’s Dr. Cynthia Henning into her new position as Executive Director of Athletics, Recreation, and Exercise Science. Dr. Henning steps into this role with clear plans and goals for the future of both the academic and non-academic departments for which she has been assigned.

Search for new women’s soccer coach will start this fall

The search for a new soccer coach to replace retiring coach Jim Gardner will start in the fall. Gardner is due to retire after the 2019 fall semester. Gardner was fired on Jan. 28 but was reinstated three days later after a large public outcry. During a speech made at the Laramie County Community College

Experience starts to pay off for ranch horse member

  Ranch Horse team member Taylor Nuttal has made many improvements over the second year that she’s ridden for the team. She’s worked hard all season long and made some great accomplishments. “One major accomplishment I’ve had was actually just this year at our home show,” Nuttal said. “My mare and I have had some

Rodeo team season concludes; Brown commits to UW

The Laramie County Community College rodeo team looked to bounce back after a disappointing fall season, and they did just that. At the Gillette College rodeo on March 16-17, the men’s team placed third overall with 445 points and the women placed seventh with 130 points. Bernard Girard won the tie-down roping event at the

Volleyball star Martin signs with Augusta

Another sophomore from the volleyball team has signed to extend her career at the next level.   Kylie Martin, a radiography major and a native of Gypsum, Colorado, has signed her letter of intent to play at Augusta University. AU plays in NCAA Division II, going 24-8 last season and winning the Peach Belt Conference

Volleyball picks back up after coaching change

Laramie County Community College lost its most successful volleyball coach in the program’s history when  Austin Albers, who led LCCC to a record of 145-57 and two top-10 finishes at the national tournament, announced his departure earlier this year. But it didn’t take long to fill those big shoes with the signing of new coach

Building character through art of Kenpo

“Enhancing character in every aspect of life” is the motto at AltaMeta Kenpo Ohana, a Kenpo school located near Triumph High School in Cheyenne. Kenpo “is an updated system of martial arts based on modern-day street fighting that applies logic and practicality. It is characterized by the use of quick and powerful strikes delivered from

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