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Sammi Simmons (left) and MacKenzie Conzelman (right) celebrate after Simmons hit the first and only goal for the Lady Dogies in their opening state tournament contest against Mountain View. The goal was also the first of the year for Simmons.

 
Sonja Karp NLJ Sports Reporter   It was an historical season for the Lady Dogie Soccer team as they finished with only two losses, two ties and 10 wins, with 10 contests ending in shutouts for the squad. Head coach Cami Willyard, in her first year at the helm, challenged her team to “hold the rope...

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Emily Beastrom is one of the Lady Dogies’ awesome back line defenders. In the final, and most emotional goal of the game, she began the play progression which culminated in Hailey Wehri scoring her first goal of the season.

 
Sonja Karp NLJ Sports Reporter   The Lady Dogies have been enjoying a Cinderella season this year, and closed out their regular schedule claiming their ninth consecutive shutout of the year with their 6-0 win over the Lady Bearcats in Douglas on Saturday. The victory garnered them the glass slipper...

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Sonja Karp NLJ Sports Reporter   The Lady Dogies wrapped up last weekend maintaining a nine game run of shutouts, and in the process surpassed the Buffalo Lady Bison for the No. 1 seed in the 3A East Conference. They hold the top position by only one point, however one is all they need to go into...
Sonja Karp NLJ Sports Reporter   The annual Buffalo Twilight meet Friday afternoon and evening was a good one for head coach Chad Ostenson’s track crew. Several personal bests were achieved, and Shelby Tidyman added to her state slate while Gunner Ramsey made an impression with his first foray into...

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Keeper Angel Perez, along with her back defensive line, was pivotal in both of the Lady Dogies contests over the weekend. Here she dove on the ball to stop a Lady Blazer’s attack on goal, and saved a PK late in the contest to help her team take the 1-0 win over Torrington on Monday.

 
Sonja Karp NLJ Sports Reporter   A defensive battle raged Friday as the Lady Dogies made the long, grueling trip to Riverton for a rematch against the Lady Wolverines. In their first matchup, Newcastle defeated them 2-0 at home, however head coach Cami Willyard expected a much more challenging...

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Gabby McVay raced the Lady Bearcat defender to the ball in the Lady Dogies’ 10-0 routing of Douglas on Monday. McVay was a step faster and was able to execute one of her three shots on goal.

 
Sonja Karp NLJ Sports Reporter   The Lady Dogies are on a roll. Four shutouts in a row, nine different players scoring against Douglas and a first ever defeat of the Buffalo Lady Bison are the highlights from last weekend, and head coach Cami Willyard’s crew is just getting started. On Friday, the...

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Alaina Laurence controls the ball for the Lady Dogies in the midst of a hoard of Wolverines on Friday. Laurence was scoreless on Friday, however she went one-for-one on Saturday against the Lady Outlaw of Rawlins, finding the back of the net on a 35 yard free kick.

 
Sonja Karp NLJ Sports Reporter   The Lady Dogies were all business last weekend as Riverton and Rawlins made the long drive to play in Newcastle. Head coach Cami Willyard had her squad ready to make their trip back home even longer as they took the win against the Wolverines on Friday 2-0, and...
Sonja Karp NLJ Sports Reporter   The Lady Dogies soccer team opened up conference play on April 1, and for the first time in the history of the sport, left Buffalo without letting the Lady Bison get the better of them. Though it wasn’t a win, head coach Cami Willyard was pleased that her squad...

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Jaylen Ostenson clears a hurdle ahead of Douglas and Burns last Thursday in Wheatland. She dropped over a second off her time last week in Newcastle. 

 
Sonja Karp NLJ Sports Reporter   In only their second meet of the season, the Dogies’ 1600 Sprint Medley Relay Team qualified for the 3A State Track meet last Thursday in Wheatland. Gunner and Grayson Ramsey, Tristan Troftgruben and Zach Purviance put together a great run to take second in just 3:...
Sonja Karp NLJ Sports Reporter   The Lady Dogies finally kicked off their 2021 soccer season on March 23, as they traveled through typical soccer weather of rain and snow squalls to take on the Lady Bearcats of Scottsbluff, Neb. New head coach Cami Willyard was happy with how her team played after...

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