I recently conducted an interview with K2 Radio on the upcoming release of my book. The book, still untitled, will be more reference than narrative, but will string together pieces of storytelling as i try to dissect how we as a state reached the point where high school football is at today.

Click here to see the story, and check this blog for more updates on the book, including its release (hopefully soon after the completion of the 2011 season).


This was a list I put together a couple years ago and had to pull off some creative computer magic to save — the Wyoming sports radio station guide. It’s a listing of all the stations that broadcast Wyoming high school sports.

I know the list is not complete, so if you can add to it, comment on this post or e-mail me at pschmiedt@yahoo.com.

The list is also permalinked above in the gray menu bar near the top of the page, and it will be on that page that I post any updates or changes. Click here to see what I’m talking about.

The list:

Big Piney
KAOX 107.3-FM

Bridger Valley (Lyman and Mountain View)
KDWY 105.3-FM

KBBS 1450-AM

Casper (Natrona County and Kelly Walsh)
KKTL 1400-AM

KVSI 1450-AM (Montpelier, Idaho)

KKTY 99.3-FM and 1470-AM, online broadcasts at www.kktyonline.com


Green River
KUGR 104.9-FM and 1490-AM, online broadcasts at theradionetwork.net

KZJH 95.3-FM

KMER 950-AM, online broadcasts at http://www.network1sports.com/stations/kmer.php

KOWB 1290-AM

KASL 1240-AM

Northeastern Wyoming (Hulett, Moorcroft, Sundance, Upton and Wright)
KYDT 103.1-FM, online broadcasts at www.precorp.coop

KPIN 101.1-FM

KPOW 1260-AM

Sheridan (Big Horn, Sheridan and Tongue River)
KWYO 1410-AM, online broadcasts at www.sheridanmedia.com

KTHE 1240-AM

98.3-FM (for Torrington games)
1490-AM (for SEWAC games)

KYCN 1340-AM and KZEW 101.7-FM, online broadcasts at www.kycn-kzew.com