Category: Sports

With help from Cundall, Eagles go 8-2

by marlys good Three years ago, we knew exactly where Clay Cundall was. He was entrenched at Greybull High School, tearing up opponents as the quarterback for the Greybull Buff football team. Clay was a three-year all-conference selection, twice named

Preparation pays off in Thermop

BUFFS forcella

by nathan oster As impressive as his team’s 78-51 win Friday night in Thermopolis was, it was the work the Greybull Buffs put in during their holiday break practices that left the biggest impression on their head coach, Jim Prather.

Wrestlers win 3 of 5 duals, place fifth

by nathan oster Greybull-Riverside saw some new competition Saturday at the Wright Christmas Dual Wrestling Invitational. For the first time this season, the Buffs faced a field of teams from the eastern side of the state.  Moorcroft, the reigning 2A

Buffs go cold, drop first in Burlington

by nathan oster Greybull’s winning streak came to an abrupt halt Dec. 17 when the Buffs dropped a 21-point decision to the Burlington Huskies, who entered the game as the No. 1 ranked team in Class 1A. “They’re the best

Three place, team takes 10th in Forsyth

by nathan oster Coach Mark Sanford called his team’s effort at the Matador Invitational in Forsyth, Mont., “a step in the right direction.” Greybull-Riverside placed 10th and in the middle of the pack in the final team standings, accumulating 74

Local teens witness 64-yard field goal

PPK Hill Cheatham

by nathan oster Brock Hill and Shayla Cheatham were witnesses to history Sunday in Denver, as the two local teens and Punt, Pass & Kick competitors were standing behind the end zone waiting to be introduced at halftime when Matt

Buffs unbeaten in Shootout competition

BUFFS forcella

by nathan oster With three wins in three starts, the Greybull Buffs got just what they wanted out of the season-opening Big Horn Basin Shootout. “To say that we were happy would be kind of an understatement,” said Coach Jim

Coaches hope young Lady Buffs step up

by marlys good With just two returning starters, junior Brett Stephens and senior Ceirra Carlson, and two other returning lettermen, Jordan Kraft and Karlina McIntosh, the Greybull Buffs will be a work in progress this year. Coach Jeff Hunt said,

G-R led by five returning state placers


by nathan oster Greybull-Riverside begins the season in a similar position to the one it found itself in one year ago, with about a half dozen quality returning wrestlers setting the tone for what is otherwise an unproven squad. Coach

Five Buffs on all-conference grid team

by nathan oster The Greybull Buffs put five players on the Class 2A West all-conference football team. The Buffs who made the squad included seniors Kason Clutter and Bryce Wright and juniors Calder Forcella, Fabian Davila and Wyatt Nielson. Greybull