A year in sports, what a year it was

The year 2018 featured a wide range of emotions in the sports world, both locally and nationally. Here in Cheyenne, LCCC volleyball took ninth-place at nationals, a coach that made a difference left the college, and a young basketball team is learning how to play together. On the national scene Odell Beckham Jr. is still

Hard work leads to Stoeger and her team’s success

One of the primary factors in the success of the Laramie County Community College women’s soccer team so far in the 2018 season is teamwork.  Taylor Stoeger, a sophomore forward for the Golden Eagles, is a team player, and that fact is bore out in statistics.   As of Oct. 4, Stoeger leads the Golden

Rodeo team to pay homage to Shawn Dubie in memorial rodeo

While it may seem like the Laramie County Community College’s rodeo team has just started its season, it is just two rodeos away from concluding the fall season. The last rodeo is the biggest: the Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo, hosted by LCCC.   The rodeo team is unique compared to other sports teams; while other

Women’s basketball shatter last years stats

The 2017-18 Laramie County Community College women’s basketball team has proven to be a tough, respectable Region IX team. With five games left in the regular season, the Golden Eagles have already improved tremendously from last year. The 2016-17 inaugural women’s basketball team boasted a 11-17 overall record while averaging 60.6 points a game and

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