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University of Wyoming cowgirls complete season sweep; cowboys second in final rodeo

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A perfect fall season turned in by the University of Wyoming women's rodeo team solidified the Cowgirls as the team to beat when the spring schedule rolls around next March.

The Cowgirls went 4 for 4 in the fall season with a second straight dominating performance to end competition in the Central Rocky Mountain Region (CRMR) last weekend. Meanwhile, the men's team, despite finishing second, widened its overall regional lead after the completion of the fall schedule at Lamar Community College's (LCC) home rodeo.

Eads School Spectator Attendance Expectations

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We are asking for your cooperation in following ALL expectations from the state health department so our students can participate in football this fall and basketball, wrestling, volleyball, baseball, and track this spring.

 If you are unable or unwilling to meet ALL of these expectations, for whatever reason, please do not attend.  Entry will be denied and/or removal from premises may occur for failure to meet ALL expectations.

UW women dominate Laramie County Community College rodeo; cowboys second

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This time, it was the University of Wyoming women's rodeo team to dominate a rodeo.

All four members of the Cowgirls points team scored to lead the UW women to their second consecutive win on the fall season over the weekend at the Laramie County Community College (LCCC) rodeo in Cheyenne. The Cowgirls racked up 475 points to break away from the pack, opening up a sizeable lead in the overall Central Rocky Mountain Region (CRMR) standings.