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New coach, new attitude: Neal era begins for Lady Devils

With the start of the 2022-23 girls’ basketball season just a week away, new EHS head coach Steven Neal is pleased with what he’s seen in practice so far. “Practices have been going really well — it’s one of those things where you always want more, but the girls are excited, and I’m excited,” said Neal, who takes over the reins from former head coach Stormy Dolezal. “We’ve been doing two-a-days, and pushing ourselves as hard as we can. There’s been a lot of positivity, a lot of energy in practice.”

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Red Devils hoops building for future in 2022-23

Practice has officially begun for the 2022-23 Evanston High School boys’ basketball team, and this year’s incarnation of the Red Devils will look to build around a mix of crafty veterans and talented underclassmen. “It’s a good group – I think they’re pretty well connected as a team,” said EHS head coach Rob Watsabaugh, now entering his third season at the helm. “Good energy, they’re competitive and they’re hungry, which is good.”

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Red Devils hoops building for future in 2022-23

Practice has officially begun for the 2022-23 Evanston High School boys’ basketball team, and this year’s incarnation of the Red Devils will look to build around a mix of crafty veterans and talented underclassmen. “It’s a good group – I think they’re pretty well connected as a team,” said EHS head coach Rob Watsabaugh, now entering his third season at the helm. “Good energy, they’re competitive and they’re hungry, which is good.”

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Lady Devils 2nd, Red Devils 3rd at Regionals

The Evanston High School cross country teams tackled their toughest course yet at last Thursday’s 3A West Regional Meet in Lander, with the Lady Devils placing second as a team, and the Red Devils placing fourth. It wasn’t quite the result EHS head coach Nate Conrad had in mind, though in all fairness, it was an unfamiliar course – with a truly gnarly hill situated right in the center of it.

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Red Devils lose on the road at No. 1 Cody, 48-14

For the first quarter of last Friday’s game against top-ranked Cody, the Evanston High School football team looked to be up to the Herculean task in front of them, holding the high-powered Broncs to just seven points, their lowest offensive output for a first quarter this season.

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Lady Devils shine in Pink Out home finale

t was a busy weekend for the Evanston High School volleyball team, who split a pair of matches with Cody and Riverton at home Friday and Saturday, then began the week Tuesday with a loss at Star Valley. The Lady Devils (7-25, 1-5 in 4A Southwest) closed out the home portion of their schedule in impressive fashion Saturday afternoon, beating Riverton (10-13, 0-3 in 4A Northwest) 3-1 in the annual Pink Night match. Evanston welcomed in No. 3 Cody (18-1, 2-1 in 4A Northwest) the previous night, playing the Fillies tough in a 3-0 loss; Tuesday, the team traveled to Star Valley (22-8, 5-0 in 4A Southwest), losing another tough contest to the Lady Braves, 3-0.

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Red Devils fall to 3A West rival Powell, 35-20

Still searching for a win in the newly-renovated Kay Fackrell Stadium, the Evanston High School football team came up short Friday against visiting Powell, falling to their 3A West rivals, 35-20. The loss drops the Red Devils to 1-6 on the season (0-3 in the 3A West), and with top-ranked Cody on tap this Friday and a resurgent Green River squad set for next week, Evanston will have their work cut out for them if they hope to still qualify for the postseason.

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Red Devils fall to Jackson in double-OT thriller, 34-33

Looking to spoil Jackson’s Homecoming festivities, the Evanston High School football team battled back from a 20-0 second-half deficit with 27 unanswered points, taking the stunned Broncs to overtime before falling 34-33 in a double-OT classic. “The kids played hard – they work hard, they play hard, now we just have to get to where we get in the win column,” said EHS head coach Jim Burton. In what quickly became a Tale of Two Halves, Jackson owned the first two quarters of play, while the Red Devils stumbled out of the blocks. On the strength of a 5-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Owen Janssen to Jack Jenkins, and a pair of Braden Hills field goals, the Broncs held a 13-0 lead at the break; Evanston was moving the ball well, though a pair of untimely interceptions negated any first-half threat.

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Lady Devils volleyball back on track with 3-0 sweep of Jackson

A highly-anticipated return to form was just what fans of the Evanston High School volleyball team were hoping for last Saturday, and with a healthy roster for the first time since the start of the season, that’s exactly what the Lady Devils provided in a 3-0 sweep of visiting Jackson.

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EHS cross country teams win Evanston Invite

he Evanston High School cross country teams made the most of their home-field advantage last Friday, with both the Red Devils and Lady Devils winning the team titles at the Evanston Invitational, held at Purple Sage Golf Course. “It was a good day,” said EHS head coach Nate Conrad. “We made some tweaks to the course, to make it a little faster, something the kids could enjoy a little bit better. The kids responded well to it. It was a little bit easier – times were a little quicker than last year – but not by much. Purple Sage is such a hard place to find a flat area where you can get three miles worth of running. But it was awesome, it was a lot of fun.”

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Davis wins diving; Pinedale Invitational this weekend

The Evanston High School girls’ swimming and diving team hosted the Evanston Invitational last Saturday at Davis Middle School, and made the most of the opportunity, placing second as a team against some strong competition. “It went really well – we haven’t placed second at a meet in a really long time, especially one with a large amount of teams being there,” said EHS head coach Teri Wilt. “Our girls swam well, they finished well – our divers had a bit of a rougher day, although we had one take first. But our swimmers were quick, they did really well.”

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Living with large carnivores

KEMMERER — People come from all over the world to witness the diverse wildlife Wyoming has to offer, but Wyoming has predators as well as herbivores, and predators can be a problem for people, cattle and pets (although it’s rare for people to be attacked)

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Red Devils come up short against Natrona and Rock Springs

At this point in the season the Red Devils are improving with every game, both in their skills and their conditioning, and it’s showing.

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  • EHS cross country teams take on Utah Border Wars

    The Evanston High School cross country teams had the opportunity to run against some of the best cross country teams in the region Saturday, Sept. 24, competing at the Utah Border Wars, in Taylorsville. “It was a large event – there were close to 50 teams that were there from Idaho, Utah, Wyoming, Colorado, Arizona, Nevada,” said EHS head coach Nate Conrad. “We saw some really good competition, and it was a really awesome experience for our kids.” Despite the insane level of competition at the meet, the Red Devils and Lady Devils did well, with most of the runners setting new seasonal or personal bests.