Just a year after its heartbreaking loss last season in Casper the Broncs golf team captured the state championship Saturday afternoon, as the team hosted the tournament in Jackson.
This past Saturday, UFC fighter Dominick Reyes traveled to Jackson for a free combat seminar in honor of U.S. Marine Rylee McCollum, who was killed in late August in combat in Afghanistan.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort played finish line Saturday for the 39th annual LoToJa bike race, a premier amateur cycling competition stretching from Sunrise Cyclery in Logan, Utah, to Teton Village.
Twenty-nine years after his last competitive track meet, Brian Schilling, the Pathways and Trail Coordinator for Teton County, finished victorious in the USATF Masters Outdoor National Track and Field Championships in July.
While the Broncs football team may be focused on a state title this fall, two senior athletes are still on the recruiting trail, seeking their best destination to play at the collegiate level.
Competing in the North Regional tennis tournament this past week in Sheridan, the Broncs tennis team saw tremendous success, finishing third, behind Kelly Walsh and Cody.
The Broncs volleyball team fell to Cody this past Saturday. The Broncs won the first set 25-16 before losing in the following three. Despite the loss, head coach Tera Yantzi said the game was great to learn from, as the girls will continue to make adjustments as necessary moving forward.
With a strong offensive push in the second half, the Jackson Broncs football team (2-0) defeated the Bear Lake Bears (1-1), 20-8 Friday night at home in their second non-conference matchup of the season.
We encountered the young angler on the Upper Snake in mid-October. While hauling a small dead lake trout he quickly announced that he’d caught and killed “this invasive species” and that we should do the same. “Keep and kill all that you can,” he implored.
I’m writing this Sept. 16, a most beautiful autumn day. Looking at the weather report for next week, it appears that snow in the mountains is inevitable Monday. But it also looks like this snow will be followed by several days of sunshine in which the valley highs are in the high 60s and low…
I just got off the Main Salmon River, which was a welcome respite from the stress of everyday life and the constant bombardment of bad news I can’t seem to avoid when I have access to my phone or computer. Floating down a river takes you away from all that, but I realize it does something el…