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Lone Peak Lady Big Horn Sophomore Maddie Cone has shown incredible leadership as a young member of the varsity team. PHOTO COURTESY OF JILL BOUGH

Standouts

The Lone Peak High School basketball season started off when a number of question marks – mostly Covid-related. What was never a question in the coaches’ minds, though, was that their teams would work together, work hard and learn.

Top Shack Whackers are thus far undefeated and are last season’s league and tournament champions. Player Jeff Knaub says they are “the best whackers in town!” He also bragged that “people even come to watch us whack it!” PHOTO COURTESY OF SCHUYLER KNAUB

A whacking good time

It is a little like hockey, but without ice skates. Instead people wear shoes with decent tread. Some purchase the special broomball shoes and others creatively come up with ways to jury rig an old pair of boots – by conducting surgery to create better traction.

PHOTO COURTESY OF VISIT BIG SKY/MARK LAROWE

Hold fast, skijorers

Cowboys, ski bums, and horses anxious to run: skijoring is a crowd-pleaser. The high speed, high action sport has been steadily gaining traction in western communities. There is no mystery as to why: A cowboy on horseback propels a skier holding a rope through jumps and gates – resulting in cringe-worthy spills and thrilling saves.

Ophir Miners fifth and sixth grade team. PHOTO COURTESY MARA MITCHELL

Lone Peak School basketball wrap-up

Both Bighorn teams had to overcome an incredible amount of adversity this year. Both teams managed to achieve a lot of great things as well as representing their school honorably. They fought through every single game and repeatedly put forth performances that they could be proud of. Great work this season everyone.

Busy week of Big Horns basketball

It has been a busy few days for Big Horns basketball players and fans. The Lone Peak Big Horns boys basketball team bested their longtime West Yellowstone rivals during a nail-biter of a game. Big Horns Head Coach John Hannahs explained that the Wolverines were not quite as ferocious since they were short of players.

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