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Sonja Karp NLJ Sports Reporter   The Newcastle Cross Country team had an unexpected week off from competition last week as they were disinvited from their scheduled meet in Gillette due to Campbell County inviting too many schools. As such, head coach Kathy Beehler used their final regular season...
Sonja Karp NLJ Sports Reporter   Hannah Gross and Becca Henkle qualified for the state meet early in the season, and last Friday were excited to welcome another team member to their ranks. Lydia Anderson has been hard at work cutting time to try to get qualified, and she came off of last week just...

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After taking a couple of sacks early on Friday, Quint Perino (14) became adept at avoiding the Trailblazer defenders. With a little help from his offensive line, Perino has a little space to run here. Pictured left to right: Josh Womack (54), Quint Perino, and Jacob Prell (65).

 
Sonja Karp NLJ Sports Reporter   It’s been said before, but the score wasn’t an accurate reflection of the game the Dogies played at Schoonmaker Field as the Torrington Trailblazers came to town last Friday. “The ‘Blazers are big, and we knew that they were going to be tough because of who they...
Sonja Karp NLJ Sports Reporter   At the halfway point of the season, the Lady Dogies are tired and last weekend they were also road weary with a meet in Sheridan on Friday and then in Worland on Saturday. Head coach Doug Scribner admitted that his girls are understandably fatigued as the last...
Sonja Karp NLJ Sports Reporter   The Dogies faced off against the Tongue River Eagles last Friday night under the beautiful backdrop of the Big Horn mountains, and both teams entered the contest hungry for their first win of the season. The game started out pretty even as both squads took turns...
Sonja Karp NLJ Sports Reporter   It was another battle of the Northeast as Newcastle, Sundance, Wright, Hulett and Moorcroft lined up in Sundance last Friday. The finish line looked very similar to last week in Wright with Dogie runners finishing second through ninth place, however, finish times...

Photos courtesy of Andrew Towne/Torrington Telegram

Hunter McFarland is leading the Lady Dogies in set assists in her first season as a varsity setter. The sophomore orchestrated 12 sets that led to a kill in her team’s loss to the Lady Blazers in Torrington last Friday.

 
Sonja Karp NLJ Sports Reporter   After a great start in Northeast quadrant action last week, the Lady Dogies ran into some tough competition from two Southeast quad teams last Friday and Saturday.  Both Torrington and Wheatland went into the weekend with only two losses on the season, so the Lady...
Hannah Gross NLJ Correspondent    The board of the Newcastle Booster Club , a nonprofit organization that supports students at Newcastle High School, gained two new members, Chris Gray and Marti Ostenson, after a successful vote by the organization’s membership.  “We had a great turnout, with 58%...

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The Newcastle High School Class of 1965 had a class reunion over the Fourth of July weekend, celebrating 55 years since graduating. The class enjoyed catching up and seeing old friends.

KateLynn Slaamot NLJ Correspondent   With the All-School Reunion postponed until next year, the Newcastle High School class of 1965 decided to still hold its class get-together on the 4th of July weekend.  According to Veronica Danielson, one of the organizers, the class met Friday night at the...
Alexis Barker NLJ News Editor   Singing, the right way, takes a lot of time and practice, according to Newcastle High School choir instructor Jan Ellis. And her two students, Xavin Gallardo and Duncan Cox, who participated in the 2020 Wyoming All-State Choir, are no exception.  Preparing for the...

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