Jerry Bath sitting fourth heading into final IPSSSDR timed stage on Friday; Streeper still overall leader

(Evanston, Wyo.) – Aaron Peck from Grand Prairie, Alberta, posted the fastest  time on Day Six of the International Pedigree Stage Stop Sled Dog Race (IPSSSDR) with a time of  2:59:01. Running 12 dogs, Peck averaged 13.4 miles-per-hour on the 43-mile-trail that started in the Bridger Valley and ended south of Evanston.

Blayne “Bud” Streeper from Fort Nelson, British Columbia, was second with a time of 3:04:42. In third,  John Stewart from Scotland had a time of 3:07:39. Lander’s Jerry Bath finished further back in the pack Thursday, coming in ninth with a time of 3:31:08. His 10 dog team averaged 11.4 mph on the course.

Wyoming’s Wrestling Cowboys overpower AFA Falcons on the road, 32-6

Wyoming wins sixth-straight dual to stay unbeaten in conference

(COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.) – Nine wins propelled the University of Wyoming wrestling team to its sixth-straight dual win Thursday night in Colorado Springs as the Pokes took out the Falcons, 32-6.

The Cowboys (6-2 overall, 3-0 Western Wrestling Conference) won eight-straight matches to close out the dual to overcome an early 6-4 deficit. UW stayed unbeaten in conference action to remain atop the standings.

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