(Sat 3/7/15) -
Season's Over Early... The Douglas
Bearcats and LadyCats and the Glenrock Herders
all fell in loser-out games on Saturday at the 3A
East Regional Basketball Tournament in Rawlins.
In the early game Saturday,
the LadyCats struggled with poor shooting early
in the game and were never able to put away the
Worland Lady Warriors. Both games during the
season were close battles, Douglas winning by
five and by two. Worland iced the 48-41 win with
13-of-15 shooting at the foul line in the 4th
The Bearcats had no answer
for Buffalo junior Trey Schroefel, who put up 27
points as the Bison beat the Bearcats for the
third time this season, a 62-58 decision. Jonah
Richards led Douglas with 17... Zane Bull added
The Glenrock Herders also
got burned by free-throws in a close game with
the Wheatland Bulldogs. Wheatland led most of the
way, while the Herders kept it close. Glenrock
outshot Wheatland 24-18 in the 4th quater, but
the Bulldogs hit 14 of 19 at the line in the 4th
to hold on for the 60-58 win.
According to unofficial
records, this is the first time in 40 years that
Douglas will not be represented at the State
Basketball tournament. 1975 was the last time
that neither the Bearcats nor the LadyCats went
(Fri 3/6/17) - 3A
East Regionals Update... On day two, a
win for the Glenrock Herders, losses for the Lady
Herders and the Douglas Bearcats and LadyCats.
In the early game, the
Buffalo Lady Bison proved to be too much for the
Lady Herders to handle... the Glenrock girls end
their season with a 40-16 loss.
The Herders bounded back
from an opening round loss to Douglas and
hammered Torrington 66-35.
The Douglas LadyCats led
the Torrington Lady Blazers 24-16 at the half,
but strong shooting late gave Torrington a 45-42
win over Douglas.
And after losing by 35 and
then by 20 during the season, the Bearcats lost
by just 4 points to the Worland Warriors, 60-56.
The Douglas boys and girls
and the Glenrock boys will all play must win
games on Saturday... the LadyCats play Worland at
8:30am, the Bearcats face Buffalo at 11, and the
Herders play either Wheatland or Rawlins at 1pm.
Losers go home, winners will advance to the third
place game and more importantly, will get a trip
to the state tournament at Casper next weekend.
Hear all the action live on
KKTY's 100.1FM and on the internet at
(Thu 3/5/15) - Both
games go to Douglas... opening round of
the 3A East Regional Basketball Tournament at
Rawlins, the Douglas Bearcats landed three
players in double figures on their way to a 51-37
win over the Glenrock Herders. Jonah Richards and
Ty Larsen turned in 15-point performances, and
Eric Jamerman collected 11. Glenrock's Tyler
Olsen had 15... he was the only Herder to break
past 10. The Cats broke a four-game losing streak
versus the Herd with Thursday's win.
On the girls' side, Douglas
cruised past Glenrock 54-22. Ten LadyCats scored
in the game, led by 12 from Caitlyn Boe and 10
from Ashley Blackburn.
On Friday, both Glenrock
teams will play loser-out games... the girls will
face Buffalo at 8:30am, and the boys will play
Torrington at 10.
Both Douglas teams enter
the semi's on Friday. The LadyCats play
Torrington at 3, and the Bearcats face top-ranked
Worland at 4:30.
All four games will be
broadcast live on KKTY's 100.1FM and on the
internet at kktyonline.com.
(Thu 2/19/15) -
3-pointer won't go, Bearcats lose by
one... Thursday night hoops, Senior Night at the
Rec, Douglas and 2nd-ranked Glenrock swapped the
lead several times in the second half... the
Herders claim a 42-41 win.
At Glenrock, Calee Notman
hit three 3's on her way to 15 points and the
LadyCats win 58-33.
Douglas is at Rawlins for a
doubleheader Friday night.
(Sun 2/15/15) -
High school basketball this weekend, a
pair of losses this weekend for the Bearcats, a
pair of wins for the LadyCats.
At Worland Friday night,
the Bearcats fell by 20, 76-56 to the #1-ranked
Warriors. Worland's Hoyt Nicholas led all
shooters with 24 points... Douglas was paced by
Eric Jamerman with 10.
The LadyCats fought a very
evenly-matched battle with the Lady Warriors,
winning the game in the final seconds, 47-45.
Saturday night at the Rec,
the Bearcats fought back from a 14-point deficit,
but the clock ran out and the Buffalo Bison
claimed a 64-61 win. Trey Schroefel turned in a
25-point performance for Buffalo... Douglas had
three players in double figures... Eric Jamerman
with 16, Jonah Richards with 12 and Ty Larson
The LadyCats got an easy
win over the Lady Bison, 47-36.
The Bearcats record now
stands at 10-7, 1-4... the LadyCats are 14-3,
5-0. Douglas faces Glenrock Thursday night and
travels to Rawlins on Friday.
(Sat 2/7/15) - A
pair of wins for Douglas Basketball... the
Bearcats and LadyCats welcomed the Newcastle
Dogies to the Rec Center gym tonight.
The Douglas girls got off
to a bit of a slow start, but tured up the heat
by mid-game and clicked off a 50-33 win. Ashlie
Blackburn scored 14, and Bailey Brooks added 13.
The Douglas defense was strong, hold Newcastle to
just eleven points in the second half.
The Bearcats won an 70-73
shootout with the Dogies. Newcastle's Taylor
Allen led all scorers with a 29-point
performance. Douglas starters Jonah Richards,
Zane Bull and Eric Jamerman all returned to play
tonight after injuries put them on the bench.
Douglas had five players in double figures...
Jamerman had 19, Ty Larson 16, Tanner Gamble 13,
Scott Shuler 11 and Jonah Richards added 10.
Douglas basketball travels
to Worland this Friday and hosts Buffalo on
(Fri 1/20/15) - Two
in the Win Column... Douglas Bearcats
basketball wins a pair at Torrington tonight. The
LadyCats jumped out to an early lead and ran off
a 68-46 win over the Lady Blazers. Ashlie
Blackburn clicked off 9 buckets and 5 of 7 at the
foul line to lead all shooters with 23 points.
The LadyCats now stand 10-3 overall.
The Bearcats were three
starters short... Eric Jamerman, who averaged 17
points a game, joined Jonah Richards and Zane
Bull on the bench after injuring his knee in
practice this week. Tanner Gamble hit 16 and Ty
Larson added 12 as the Bearcats beat the Blazers
53-44. Douglas improves to 9-4 with the win.
The Bearcats and LadyCats
host Wheatland Saturday night.
(Wed 1/28/15) - The
Douglas Bearcats get kicked out of the
top-5 this week, and the 3A boys basketball poll
gets a big shuffle.
With two starters on the
bench due to injuries, the Cats lost to Worland
and Buffalo over the weekend, and the former #1
drops to the 7th slot in the Wyopreps.com coaches
and media poll.
Rawlins moves up from 2 to
1, Glenrock's up from 5 to 2, and Lander, Worland
and Buffalo debut at 3-4-5.
(Tue 1/27/15) -
Rosters named for the 42nd annual Wyoming Shrine
Bowl All-Star Football game, and there's
several local athletes who've been invited to
Douglas High School places
four players on the South roster... they are Bay
Parks, Colter Haman, Tanner Gamble and Justin
Leman. Also named to the South squad, Derek
VandeBossche, Zane Hladkey and Marvin Fitzwater
from Lusk, Brady Esquibel from Guernsey-Sunrise,
and Juan Gomez, Tray Faessler and PD Miller from
North squad plaers include
five from Casper Natrona... Logan Wilson, Josh
Harshman, Peter Bergman, Stevann Brown and Parker
Franzen, and Marcus Nolan and Josue Munoz from
Head coaches from each high
school football team in Wyoming nominate senior
football players from their squad to play in this
game. The coaching staffs from each team then
select the 36 players from the schools of that
region that best fit their needs.
The 42nd annual Wyoming
Shrine Bowl Football game will be played June
13th, 2015 in Casper.
(Fri 1/23/15) -
Boys basketball roundup, the Douglas
Bearcats got hammered
by the Worland Warriors Friday night. Worland's
Hoyt Nicholas, who averages 19.5 points a game,
put up 32 to lead the Warriors to an 80-45 win
over the Bearcats. Douglas played with an
injury-shortened bench... senior starters Jonah
Richards and Zane Bull will both probably be out
for at least another week.
The Glenrock Herders were down by 19
in the first half, but came back to beat
Rawlins thumped Torrington 75-33.
2A, Lusk beat Southeast 74-34.
Girls basketball, Douglas broke a
three-game losing streak with a 45-40 win over
Worland. Ashlie Blackburn had 15, and Madison
Hoopman added 12.
Wheatland beat Glenrock 51-22.
Rawlins beat Torrington 67-51.
Lusk fell against Southeast 33-50.
Douglas travels to Buffalo Saturday
night. Game times have been changed, due to a
middle school basketball tournament in Buffalo.
The LadyCats will play at 5:30, and the Bearcats
at 7pm. Both games live on KKTY's 100.1FM and on
the internet at www.kktyonline.com
(Fri 1/16/15) -
Another setback for the LadyCats, a big win for
the Bearcats... Friday night, the
Douglas Bearcats hosted a basketball doubleheader
with the Rawlins Outlaws.
Girls action, Rawlins put
four players into double figures and Douglas had
no answer... Quriss Romero had 23 points to lead
3rd-ranked Rawlins to a 73-62 win over the #1
LadyCats. DHS freshman Madison Hoopman stepped up
to lead Douglas scoring with 18, while senior
Ashlie Blackburn added 14. It's the second loss
in a row for the girls, who now stand 7-2.
The #3 Bearcats got a
battle, as expected, from the #1-ranked Outlaws.
The Cats held a 4-point lead at halftime, then
outshot the Outlaws 22-14 in the 3rd. Rawlins
came back big in the 4th quarter, drawing within
one point inside the final minute of play.
Douglas held on in the final seconds to claim a
65-63 win. Rawlins point-guard Jalen Krening led
all scorers with 24... Jonah Richards led Douglas
with 21, followed by Eric Jamerman with 15, Ty
Larsen hit 14 and Tanner Gamble added 11.
Douglas hosts Powell
Saturday afternoon, girls varsity at 2:30, boys
varsity at 4 at the Rec Center Gym... both games
on KKTY's 100.1FM, and on the internet at
(Tue 1/14/15) -
Douglas High School swimmers were at Powell
on Saturday and took 4th out of seven teams. The
Lander Valley Tigers easily won the meet with 409
points, host Powell was second at 225, followed
by Worland with 195 and Douglas with 131.
Top performances for DHS,
Trentn Weiss turned in a time of 1:06.92 to win
the 100 breaststroke... Weiss also placed 3rd in
the 200 IM. Hunter Wortham placed 2nd in the 100
butterfly. Seth Wilson was 5th in the 500 free.
Douglas's 200 medley relay team, Seth Wilson,
Trentn Weiss, Sam Mittleider and Hunter Wortham,
placed 3rd in the event.
The Bearcats swim a duals
meet at Rawlins Friday afternoon, then return
home to host the Douglas Invitational at the Rec
Center pool on Saturday. Action starts at
(Mon 1/13/15) -
High school basketball Saturday night,
the top-ranked Douglas LadyCats suffer their
first loss of the season, falling 60-48 at
The #4 Douglas Bearcats
upset the #1 Wheatland Bulldogs 84-64.
Wheatland's Kendrick Jackson had 30 points, but
it wasn't enough to keep the Bearcats down. Jonah
Richards had a 25-point night, Ty Larsen hit 18
and Tanner Gamble had 16.
The Glenrock Herders capped
off a good week with a trip to the championship
game of the Big Horn Basin Tournament at Worland.
Glenrock beat Worland 51-49 in the semis, but
fell 66-56 to Powell in the title game.
At the Cheyenne Invite on
Saturday, Natrona upset #2 Cheyenne East 51-50,
and top-ranked Kelly Walsh beat #5 Sheridan
(Mon 1/13/15) -
Douglas wrestlers won their own meet this
weekend. The Bearcats earned 201 team
points to claim the title in the 23-team field at
the Shane Shatto Memorial Wrestling Tournament.
Sheridan was 36.5 points back for second.
First place finishes for
Hunter Haman at 160 and Colter Haman at 170.
Colter Haman was behind 4-9 in overtime, but
scored 5 points in the final 20 seconds to take
the win. Alex Locke was 2nd at 182... 3rd's for
Trevor Bennett at 126, and Dalton Burgener at
Douglas JV wrestlers took
5th out of 22 teams.
(Tue 1/6/15) -
Tuesday night basketball action, a split for
Bearcats basketball teams.
On the road at Glenrock,
the Bearcats fell 52-45 to the Herders. Eric
Jamerman led all scorers, popping 5 three's for
15 points... Jonah Richards added 11. Tyler Olsen
led Glenrock with a 13-point performance...
Styker Davis had 10. Glenrock improves to 6-1
with the win, Douglas falls to 5-2.
The top-ranked LadyCats
advanced their record to 7-0 with a 58-30 win
over the Lady Herders at Douglas.
Next up for the Cats and
LadyCats, a doubleheader at Wheatland Saturday