Sunni Linse pushes up 150 kilograms (330.69 pounds) in the squat event during the 2011 Wyoming State Powerlifting and Bench Press Championships in Gillette, Wyo.
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Austin Fort tries to get around a three-man defenesive line for a "cowboy drill" during the season's first practice in pads at Campbell County High School in Gillette, Wyo.
Tucker Gorton, sits on Daniel Merritt's shoulders during a prayer and candlelight vigil in memory of their teammate and best friend, Austin Bowman. Bowman died on June 8, 2011 after being hit in the head with a pitch during a game. Bowman's mother, friends and teammates filled the Babe Ruth league's baseball field in Gillette, Wyo. to offer support and share memories of Bowman.
Tucker Gorton played on the Red Sox with Austin Bowman and was also his best friend. Bowman died on June 8, 2011 after being hit in the head with a pitch during a game.
Sage Valley Junior High School seventh grade A and B basketball teams practice their ball handling skills in the school's lunch room. With limited gym space, teams occasionally have to move into the lunch room to practice.
After defeating the Casper Oilers 4-2 and winning the Wyoming Amateur Hockey League High School A title, Gillette's Dalton McCann skates a lap around Spirit Hall's ice rink holding up three fingers, which represents the three consectutive state titles the Wild has won.
Jackson (Wyo.) High School running back Alex Bush loses his helmet—but not the football—during the fourth quarter of the Broncs 34-0 win over the Lander Valley Tigers. Bush and the Broncs went on to an undefeated regular and postseason and won the Wyoming 4A football title. The title was the school's first since 1981.
Golfers Reggie Stanton, Shane Viger and Roger Hefner share the fairway on the first hole with a group of pronghorn antelope during the Bell Nob Men's Pro-Am tournament in Gillette, Wyo.
The theme was "Anything But Clothes" night in the student section of the Campbell County High School gym for the Camels game against their rivals, the Sheridan Broncs. From left, Alicia Blazek, Kari Borchgrevink, Jordan Kelley and Ashley Knofczynki were four of several students that used bubble wrap, duct tape, trash bags, aluminum foil, caution tape and other materials to create their clothing and add some excitement to their support of the basketball team. The Camels narrowly defeated the Broncs 53-51.
Gillette swimmers Nick Hopson and Nick Dillinger embrace after a dramatic victory in the 400 freestyle relay at the Boys 4A State Finals in the Gillette, Wyo. The Camels were down four seconds going into the final leg of the race, but Dillinger—the school's star swimmer and one of the best swimmers in Wyoming—was able to make up the gap and win the race for the Camels. “My blood pressure was probably sky high,” Camels coach Phil Rehard said. “That was one of the most exciting races that I’ve ever watched.”