Big Day for Basketball

Today, Friday, November 30th is a big day for Basketball.  By the time you are reading this, the Girls' teams will have likely initiated their season with a win over Badin , and the Boys' teams will be looking ahead to the bus ride out to their opener at Monroe.  We here at the Round-Up would love to post about the teams' inevitable successes.  If you or someone you love is part of one of the many basketball teams (Boys, Girls, Middle School, Freshman, JV, or Varsity) we're offering you the opportunity to be gain the love and admiration of the community by being the hero who sends in reports from your team. 

Send in reports and pictures to wyoroundup@gmail.com 

It Was Close

After the Fall season, the Cowboys are in the lead for the CHL All Sports Trophy.  With 58 points, they have 3 more points than at this point last year, but the lead the enjoy is also much slimmer.  Indian Hill is a very close second at 55 points.  This should make for exciting competition this year.


Thanksgiving Football

Coach Hancock posted this on Twitter.  We thought we'd share.

Click HERE for an extra helping T-Day Football.


Stoked for Strokes

It's getting to be that time of year when people dust off their inner Robert Duvall and exclaim how much they love the smell of chlorine in the morning.  The Middle School swim team, the Cowfish, are on the blocks and ready to start the season.  The held their time trials on Tuesday, November 26th.  The team will be hosted by Cincinnati Country Day for their first meet on Wednesday, December 4th at 4pm.  Their older counterparts at the High School will be in Mason for their first meet on Saturday, December 7th at 8am for their first meet.

For a handful of other pictures from the Cowfish time trials, check HERE


Help on the Horizon

They say to work smarter, not harder.  I'm all about it.  I used my noggin to find a way to do less work myself and still come away some sweet stories for the Round-Up.  We have a staff of great sports writers stabled at the school newspaper the Horizon.  The Round-Up is going to utilize these student scribes to help carry the banner of Wyoming Athletics.  Below is a link to the Sports section of the November issue of the Horizon.  You are going to find a Boys' Basketball article by Jack Mariani (a familiar name to Round-Up readers), a World Series article by Oliver Connelly, and a Swimming article by Dion Thornton.

Check out the sports section of the Horizon HERE

Our thanks to Paige Haley and the staff of the Horizon


Friday's Face-Off with the Fogeys

Coach Hughes and Wyoming Lacrosse would like to announce the first annual Men's Lacrosse Alumni Game on Friday, November 29th, starting at 5pm.  Current high school players will square off against all the old timers under the lights at Bob Lewis Stadium.  Don't miss out on what will be a great night of lacrosse and family fun, and quite possibly some pulled muscles on the old guys!
Spread the word!

Email Coach Hughes at kphinnh@aol.com to sign up, or just show up that night.

Great Golfers Gain Glory

Coach Crider sent in a recap of the honors and awards earned by the WHS Boys Varsity Golf team during the recently completed Fall season:
1st Team Cincinnati Enquirer All City Team – Division II & III
Senior Henry Moore
2nd Team Cincinnati Enquirer All City Team – Division II & III
Senior Chris Betagole
Sophomore Sam Marty
1st Team All Cincinnati Hills League
Henry Moore, Chris Betagole, Sam Marty and freshman Cooper Hausfeld.  Wyoming took 4 of the 7 available spots on 1st team
2nd Team All Cincinnati Hills League
Junior Stephen Cholvat
Junior Johnny Hughes
Honorable Mention All Cincinnati Hills League
Senior Michael Montgomery
The team finished the regular season as Cincinnati Hills League Champions with a 25 – 2 record overall.



Coach Breidenbach sent in the following from the Fall Sports Awards:
The cheerleaders had a great football season capped off by the CHL Cheerleading Competition. The Varsity girls worked for three months to get ready for the competition and they looked amazing. It was the best showing by the Wyoming Varsity squad in many years.
Special Recognition goes to Deja Gause for placing 2nd in the Varsity Jump-Off category.
During Recognition Night, the following awards were also given out:
Cowboy Award – Leah Berger
Most Improved – Sierra Hill
CHL All-Star – Ashley Martin, Taylor Lovejoy
Cowboy Award – Hannah Fridy
Most Improved – Ann-Marie Erny
Congratulations to all of the football cheerleaders on a great season and we look forward to seeing everyone on the basketball court!


Thank You For Your Support

I know you're not one to complain. Not that you're one that suffers in silence either.  That leaves only one option... Congratulations, it sounds like you have just decided that you will be the one to submit stories and pictures of the teams that either you or someone you love plays for to the Round-Up. You've made a good choice.  And even though the halo that seems to hang over your head will throw off quite a bit of light, you will still sleep well knowing that you are doing your part to help to promote and highlight your Cowboy team and its athletes.

Long Distance Distinction

What a season the Cross Country team had. 
Coach Glendenning has a long list of awards to post, but don't feel sorry for him.  He should be used to that by now.

Terra Forsythe, 1st Team
Whitley Elsass, 2nd Team

Terra Forsythe, 1st Team
Whitely Elsass, 2nd Team
Margaret Manley, 2nd Team
Katie Spray, 2nd Team

Most Improved: Terra Forsythe

Top Newcomer: Whitely Elsass

Prefontaine Award: Katie Spray

Cowboy Award: Danielle McKee


Ben Stites, 1st Team/Athlete of the Year
Tanner Anthony, 1st Team
Max Hoffman, 1st Team
Ian Goertzen, 2nd Team
Evan Cramer, 2nd Team

Ben Stites, 1st Team/Athlete of the Year
Ian Goertzen, 1st Team
Max Hoffman, 1st Team
Tanner Anthony, 2nd Team
Evan Cramer, 2nd Team

All-State: Ben Stites

Academic All-Ohio:
Tanner Anthony
Evan Cramer
Jonah Engelhardt
Ian Goertzen
Max Hoffman
Cullen O'Brien
Ben Stites

Most Improved: Jonah Engelhardt

Top Newcomer: Evan Cramer

Cowboy Awards: Alexander & Alfredo Fee

Photo thanks to the Apfelbeck Archive

It's More Affordable Than an Xbox One

Stop the insanity - Don't go to anymore back-alley bootleg spirit wear dealers.  We've all seen far too many victims of the gray market "YOMING" t-shirt.   You need a local that knows how to spell a word that only sounds like it starts with a "Y".

There are only a few days left to place your order for the latest Cowboy
gear from the Wyoming Spirit Wear Store.  Give the gift of blue and white
to your family, friends or your favorite teacher.  Show how much you care,
with the gift of some Cowboy gear.  
Order deadline for the holiday program
is this Sunday, November 24th.

To see the latest styles, go to:  

The Wyoming Spirit Wear store is open from 9-4, Monday through Friday and is
located just 2 miles from downtown Wyoming.  
Go to the Contact Us section on the above website for a map with directions.  
Sweatshirts, t-shirts, Cowboy novelties of all shapes and sizes are ready for a new home.

 Personalization of gifts and special orders are also available at your Wyoming Spirit Wear Store.
Go Cowboys!


Girls Garner Great Glory

They say you can't have too much of a good thing.  That's all well and good during the season, but I'm sure it gave Coach Gruber a rough way to go trying to decide who to highlight.  She sent us the following:
2013 Girls Soccer League & City Honors:
 Emma Klug (12) - 1st Team All CHL & 1st Team All Southwest Ohio, & 2nd Team All State
 Kayla Hampton (9) - 1st Team All CHL &1st Team All Southwest Ohio
 Kelsey Brunsman (12) - 1st Team All CHL
 Carly Varland (12) - 2nd Team All CHL
 Olivia Munneke (11) - 2nd Team All CHL
 Jasmine Evans (9) - Honorable Mention All CHL

 Team Awards from Fall Sports Awards Night:

 Team MVP: Emma Klug
 Emma was voted team MVP by her teammates for the second year in a row. She capped a 4 year varsity career with a total of 17 goals and 11 assists.

 Cowboy Award: Lindsey Smith
 This award is given to a player who represents the values of the soccer program: integrity, sportsmanship, and a strong work ethic. This year the award was also accompanied by a $1,000 dollar scholarship thanks to the Wyoming Soccer Club.

Arete Award: Kelsey Brunsman
Arete is a Greek word that means "be the best you can be," which Kelsey has done by excelling in the classroom and on the soccer field in the face of adversity.

Congratulations to all of the girls on their accomplishments, and to the rest of the coaches and athletes on a tremendous fall season! GO COWBOYS!!!

JV Tennis Tributes

The Girls' JV Tennis Team had a great season.  Coach Hoppenjans highlighted a few of the girls at the Fall Sports Awards.
2013 Cowboy Award
Rachael Carter
2013 JV MVP
Molly Izenson

First-Rate Football Awards

Now that the smoke has cleared from another great season, it's time to highlight a few of the standout athletes from the 2013 Cowboy Football team.

JV Offensive MVP- Andrew Marty
JV Defensive MVP- Justin Shields

Most Tackles- Parker Chalmers
Most Knockdowns- Bo Graham
Defensive MIP- Mason Rogers
Offensive MIP- Devon Davis
Offensive MVP- Will Marty
Offensive MVP- Terrell Dailey
Defensive MVP- Griffin O’Gara
Cowboy Award- Dominic Vamosi

D IV AP Southwest All-District Football Teams
1st Team
Terrell Dailey
Jalen Fox
2nd Team
Bo Graham
Will Marty
Griffin O'Gara
Honorable Mention
Casey Howell

Photo thanks to the Apfelbeck Archive

Soccer Stars Shine

Awards and Honors for Men’s Soccer – 2013
1st Team CHL
Andrew Derge, Ryan Derge, Drew Wayman
2nd Team CHL
Jay Klein, Nolan Prevish, Toby Varland
Honorable Mention CHL
Logan Draper, Jared Heidotting, Sam Izenson
All-Southwest Ohio All-Star Team
Andrew Derge, Ryan Derge, Drew Wayman
2nd Team All-State
Drew Wayman
Team Awards
Defensive MVP – Drew Wayman
Offensive MVP – Andrew Derge
Team MVP – Ryan Derge
Most Improved Player – Sam Izenson
Cowboy Award – Chris Viens (Awarded $ 1000.00 Scholarship from the Wyoming Soccer Club)
Photo thanks to the Varland Vault


Let's Make it CowboyS - Plural

Lately you've been asked to vote on myriad trivial issues - City Council, the Zoo, it just never ends.  But when asked to vote on something really special and important you came through.  That's right, you voted our own hometown hero, Kelsey Maxwell in as the LaRosa's MVP of the Week.  Now that you've proven yourselves up to the task, we're asking you to vote again for her teammate Jessica Leish.


Congratulations Kelsey!


Like a Broken Record

It was a great season for the Cowboys.  To look at the record books, there are a lot of 2013s in there.  This season, as a team:
Overall Record: 8-3 (7-0)
Undefeated CHL Champions
OHSAA Playoff Participant

Set a CHL record for most points scored with 356 and set a CHL record for least allowed points with only giving up 71 points in the CHL.

Below are Individual School Records set this season.

Will Marty:
Most Passes Attempted in a Career: 647
Most Passes Completed in a Career: 424
Best Pass Completion Percentage in a Career: .655
Most Passing Yards in a Career: 6590
Most Passing TDs in a Career: 70
Will also now holds 7 of the top 10 Most Passes Attempted in a game with 4 new slots this year.
He made 4th in Most Passes Attempted in a season this year.
He holds 4 of the top 10 Most Passes Completed in a game with 3 new slots this year.  He also made 3rd in Most Passes Completed in a season this year. 
He made 3rd in Best Pass Completion in a season (his second spot in the top 10).
He made 6th in Most Yards Passing in a game (his 4th in the top 10).
He made 3rd in Most Yards Passing in a season (his 3rd in the top 10).
He is tied for 3rd in Most TD's Passing (he is also the current leader and holds a handful of the top spots).
He made the second spot in Most TD's Passing in a season (his third slot in the top).
He also took the 3d spot for Best Punting Average in a season.
Terrell Dailey:
Most Points Scored in a Game: 36 vs. Indian Hill
Most TDs Scored in a Game: 6 vs. Indian Hill
He also is now 3rd in the books for Most Yards Rushing in a game.
He also took three more spots (all tying with his previous 5th place spot in the top) for Most TD's Rushing.
Besides his record for Most Points Scored in a game, he also is tied for the second spot as well, and in addition to his Most TDs Scrored in a game, he is also tied for the 4th place slot.
Duke Brunk:
He is now tied in 5th place for Most Pass Receptions in a game.
Dominic Vamosi:
He is now tied in 2nd for Most Pass Receptions in a game, and is tied for 3rd for Most Pass Receptions in a season and career.
He earned the 5th spot for Most Yards as a Receiver in a season and the 2nd spot for a career.
He is now 3rd in Most TD Receptions in a career.
Tucker Marty:
He took two spots tied for 2nd in Most PATs in a game, and he took the 2nd spot for in a season.
After a season of keeping the fans happy, Coach Hancock sent some numbers to get the mathletes excited too.
Thanks to Coach Hancock for the stats and the awesome season behind them,
and thanks to Rod Apfelbeck for the season of spectacular shots.


The First of Many

Records, like smartphone screens, are made to be broken by kids from Wyoming.  Emily Stites ('12) broke the course record at the Southeast Regional Cross Country Championships on Friday, November 15th, in Charlottesville, Virginia.  In her first college win, she posted a crazy-fast sub 20 in the 6k race.  Her William & Mary Tribe team finished 2nd in the race.  They advance to the NCAA DI Championships in Terra Haute, Indiana on November 23rd.  That's like a three hour car ride (or maybe a two hour drive for oldest daughter).   Wouldn't it be something to have the course lined with Cowboy Blue for our own Emily?

Coach Knickel sent us some links to the results from the Regional race and the upcoming Championship event.

W&M Tribe Site

NCAA Championship Meet


Significant Signing Day

Yesterday, November 13th was Signing Day.  Wyoming was well represented. 
Congratulations to these athletes, their coaches, their teammates, and their families.
Emma Klug - Kenyon
Kelsey Brunsman - Franklin
Jessica Leish-IU
Michael Kelly - Shenandoah
Jonathan Rutter - Yale
Photos thanks to Rod Apfelbeck, except for the photo of Rutter, which was provided by others.


They're Kind of Like Canes...

Coach Hughes and Wyoming Lacrosse would like to announce the first annual Men's Lacrosse Alumni Game on Friday, November 29th, starting at 5pm.  Current high school players will square off against all the old timers under the lights at Bob Lewis Stadium.  Don't miss out on what will be a great night of lacrosse and family fun, and quite possibly some pulled muscles on the old guys!
Spread the word!

Email Coach Hughes at kphinnh@aol.com to sign up, or just show up that night.


Girls' Lacrosse Meeting

For any girls interested in playing lacrosse, there will be a 20 minute meeting in the teacher's cafeteria right after school on Wednesday, November 13.  If you can not attend, see Coach Tom Crawford.


Heartbreak in Kettering

On Friday, November 11th, the Cowboys, seeded 8th in the DIV tournament, traveled to Kettering Alter, the top seed.  After a hard fought game, the Cowboys season came to an end with the 21-35 loss.
From Coach Hancock,
We had a great season that was exciting for the entire Wyoming community. I would like to thank all the fans who made the trip up to Kettering for our first playoff game since 2010. I am proud of the way our players fought until the final snap of our playoff game. We will learn from the experience and use it to get better for next season. Thanks for all the support the parents, students and school administration has given the football team over the course of the season!
Thanks to Rod Apfelbeck for a season's worth of great photos.
See more HERE
Check out the WYOMING SPORTS REPORT later this evening for a more detailed summary of the game.

Yay for Yale

The first swim meet of the season hasn't even started yet and we're already awash in good news.  Jonathan Rutter has committed to swim for the Yale Bulldogs.  No, there won't be any doggie paddle jokes coming from me.  Jonathan was the State DII Champion last year in the 100m Breast.  He is also a National champ and National record holder for the YMCA in the 200m Breast. 
Photos provided.


Next-Gen Matmen

Middle School Wrestling Team Looking for NEW WRESTLERS

For any 7th and 8th grade boy interested in wrestling this year, it’s not too late to sign-up. There are 16 weight classes so if you weigh 70# or 240#, there is a spot for you.
If you have any interest in the team, even if you’re not sure, just come to the High School cafeteria at 3:30pm any day THIS WEEK (11/11-11/15) to talk with Coach Grunenberg and watch a practice. 
That's funny that's the same slogan from the Everglade alligator tour that my cousin, 4-finger Freddie, went on.  Then, of course, he got his leg bitten off.


Cheer for the Cheerers

It pays to not wait for the subscriber emails, and here's proof.  Those who waited for the email about new Round-Up posts will have missed this great opportunity to support some of our athletes.

Karla Berger sent us some information about the CHL Cheer Competition.

The CHL Varsity Cheerleading Competition tomorrow (Saturday, November 9th) at Mariemont.  The girls have been working extremely hard to be ready to compete. I hope everyone is able to come support the girls. We are going to try to get a ‘Wyoming Spirit Section’ in the Mariemont gym. When you arrive please look for other Wyoming parents, friends, etc. so that we can have a loud cheering section – believe it or not, it’s a part of the score sheet (crowd involvement). Please cheer loud for them, yell with them and cheer throughout the routine to encourage them.
I’m not exactly sure when they are going to open the gym for parents to come in but the Varsity competition starts at 9:30am so I would try to be there around 9:00am to guarantee you get a seat. We will compete sometime after 10:00am

The 4 Horsemen... I mean Horsepersons

It's hard to quit Soccer cold-turkey.  If you've got the shakes, head over to Princeton High School on Sunday, November 10th for a double dose of All-Star Soccer.  Emma Klug will represent the Cowboys at the Girls' All-Star game and Andrew Derge, Ryan Derge, and Drew Wayman will play in the Boys' game to follow.

Girls' game starts at 2:30
Boys' game starts at 5:00

The Secret Ballot

Wyoming City Schools custodian, Grady Harris, was nominated for Cintas Janitor of the Year. He has made the top 10 for the competition. Grady was nominated by hundreds of community members (and faculty).  It is now time to vote for the best of the best. This is a national competition. Please take a moment to help out a wonderful man, person, and custodian. Grady does not know about this possible honor.

Here is the link:
Thanks to Brian Pitman for passing this on.


This Week in the TCP

It's was a big week for Wyoming in the Tri-County Press this week.  There was an article about the Volleyball team's run into the post-season and prospects for next season.  Natalie Burchard, Grace Schneider, Jessica Leish and Madi Maisel were pictured.  There was also a summary of the Football team's big win over Indian Hill.  The Boys Cross Country team's State qualifying Regional Meet performance was also mentioned. Homecoming also made the paper.  Our Cowboys were featured in several great photos.

Check out the full issue HERE

You've Heard About It, But Have You Seen It?

Coach Glendenning's an all-right guy.  To see him standing there in the picture with the "Coach" bib on really says a lot about his character.  I'm sure he smiled and said "Thank You" when they handed it to him to wear, when he would have been well within his rights to hand it back and say "Don't you know who I am?  I'm up here a few times every year.  Heck, I even have my own reserved parking space".  And if that isn't enough of a reason to respect and admire him, he just passed on a few pictures of the Boys' Cross County Team from the State Championship meet on November 2nd, where the team placed 4th.  The team members who competed at the state championship were Ian Goertzen (Grade 12), Ben Stites (11), Max Hoffman (11), Tanner Anthony (11), Evan Cramer (11), Cullen O'Brien (10), and Jonah Engelhardt (10).  If you get the time, you should check out the Run Wyoming blog.  It's been quite a year, looking through the record books, there are a lot of 2013's in there.
Thanks to Coach Glendenning for providing the pictures.


Better Late Than Never

The Volleyball team's stellar season came to an end on Halloween night at the hands of their nemesis, Kettering Alter.  Now that a little time has passed we can look at these pictures and focus on the great season that was and not the heart-break loss of that final match.
Congratulations on a great season!
Thanks to Rod Apfelbeck for the great pictures.
See more HERE

Softball Anyone?

Any girls interested in playing softball in the Spring should plan to attend a  meeting right after school on Friday in the teacher’s cafeteria. The meeting will last about 20 minutes. 

If you cannot attend, see Coach Jerry Campbell (middle school boys’ basketball coach) or email JCampbell@cms.hamilton-co.org

Photo thanks to the Peter Levick Library


A New Game With the Old Faces

Coach Hughes and Wyoming Lacrosse would like to announce the first annual Men's Lacrosse Alumni Game on Friday, November 29th, starting at 5pm.  Current high school players will square off against all the old timers under the lights at Bob Lewis Stadium.  Don't miss out on what will be a great night of lacrosse and family fun, and quite possibly some pulled muscles on the old guys!
Spread the word!

Email Coach Hughes at kphinnh@aol.com to sign up, or just show up that night.

There's a Chill in the Air

They say our attention span is getting shorter.  I don't know if I totally buy it. Dang it, I forgot where I was going with this.  Anyway, aren't you excited that the Winter Sports are starting to practice?  Boys' Basketball has made its cuts, Wrestling's first practice is Friday, and the swimmers are in the water.  If you or someone you love is participating in a sport this Winter, consider sending us game scores, highlights, or pictures. 

BIG Finish at State

In this age of texting on microscopic keypads in 140 characters or less, when you abbreviate "Cross Country" down to two letters, is it CC or XC?  I mean, don't get me wrong, C is a good solid letter, especially when it's used to kick off the word CHAMPION.  But X might be one of the coolest letters ever.  Obviously I'm in the XC camp.  However, I've been known to be wrong a time or three.  Where do you stand? 

Coach Glendenning filed the following report from the State Cross Country Meet.

The boys team capped an amazing fall with team and individual record-breaking performances on their way to a 4th place finish in Saturday's state meet at National Trail Raceway!  This was the best team performance in school history, and Ben Stites was the highest-placing individual in program history, finishing in 6th place. The team climbed from 13th at the mile mark (309 points) to 12th at mile 2 (220 points) all the way to 4th at the finish with 184 points.  In all, our athletes combined to pass 190 team and individual runners between mile 1 and the 5k finish line.

Full results, including mile splits and finish line videos, are available at Finish Timing.  
Congratulations to everyone on our boys and girls teams for an incredibly successful season!

You Haven't Finished Voting Yet

This Election Day has been filled with tough decisions.  We're here to refresh your voting spirit by offering you the easiest choice you'll make all day. 

Vote for Senior Kelsey Maxwell for the Larosa's MVP of the Week.  And then harass, I mean politely convince, your friends to do the same.

Photo from the Apfelbeck Archive

Hey You! Lacrosse Meeting on Thursday

The Wyoming Mens' Lacrosse team will be having a brief meeting this Thursday, November 7th, immediately after school in the Cafeteria. If you are interested in playing Lacrosse next Spring, please attend this short but very important meeting.

Photo from the Apfelbeck Archive

Things to do: Dominate CHL - Check

After Friday, November 1st's 46-7 win over Finneytown, The CHL Champion Wyoming Cowboys have made it to the post season!  We play Friday night at 7:30pm at Kettering Fairmont Stadium (directions below) vs. Kettering Alter.  
Tickets for the game go on sale

Tuesday from 1pm - 4pm,
Wednesday from 7:30am - 3:30 pm,
Thursday 7:30am  - 4pm, and
Friday 7:30 - 3:15pm in the Wyoming Athletic Office.  

The school is also selling championship t-shirts for all to wear to the game.  The t-shirts highlight the accomplishments of not only football but our boys’ best ever CC finish at state this past weekend (4th), our boys’ and girls’ CC District championship, our volleyball CHL and District championship, our boys’ golf CHL championship and our girls’ tennis team’s trip to State!  
Game tickets are $7 at Wyoming presale and $9 at the game.
T-shirts are $7 and we have sizes S-XXL.
You can get a t-shirt and a game ticket for a discounted $12.
Get your ticket and t-shirt and support the Cowboys!  On Wyoming!

Football - Roush Stadium

From the North: I-75 South to Springboro Pike (Exit 50 B). Turn left onto Springboro Pike. Turn left on Dorothy Lane. Continue to Shroyer Road. Turn right on Shroyer Road. Go past Fairmont High School. Turn right at the next light (Lincoln Park Boulevard). Turn right on Delaine Ave. and you will enter the high school parking lot. There is no parking at Roush Stadium itself. You can park in the high school parking lot and walk 2 blocks south on Delaine or park on one of the side streets. (Delaine dead ends into Roush Stadium).

From the South: I-75N to I-675 N to exit 4B Kettering (Far Hills Ave./OH 48) Merge right (North) onto Far Hills Ave. Continue on Far Hills Ave. Cross Stroop Road. Turn right on Lincoln Park Blvd. Turn left onto Delaine to park in the high school parking lot, or turn right onto Delaine to park on one of the side streets. There is no parking at Roush Stadium itself. (Delaine dead ends into Roush Stadium).

Thanks to Jan Wilking for the ticket information and directions.
And, thanks to Rod Apfelbeck for these smashing photos.
See more HERE
And check out the Wyoming Sports Report for a review of the game.