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       Welcome to the home of Trojan Athletics. Kelly Walsh Athletic Programs work to better each athlete in all areas in order to become a well-rounded individual. The program tries to make the most memorable experiences for everyone involved. While preparing the athlete’s for the sport, the Kelly Walsh Athletics Program prepares them for life as well. Kelly Walsh has a proud athletic tradition with dozens of Wyoming State Championships among all of our 22 varsity athletic teams. Athletics at KW are seen as an opportunity to teach life lessons through sport. The lessons gained through competition help to build responsible adults. Character is a central theme of all the athletic programs at Kelly Walsh. The quality of person is as important as the quality of athlete. Athletes from Kelly Walsh have gone on to excell at all levels including college, professional athletics, and even Team USA.

KWHS Athletic/Activity Vision

        Kelly Walsh Athletic / Activities Department is committed to providing learning opportunities to help students formulate and achieve their goals. In order to support and sustain academic success, personal fulfillment, and greater academic achievement for its students, Kelly Walsh emphasizes educating the whole person to develop the intellectual, social and leadership qualities in each student. The primary goal for the Athletics / Activities Department at Kelly Walsh High School is to support the vision and mission of the school by providing students with opportunities that will lead to their academic success and personal development, as well as contributing to the mission of Natrona County School District # 1 through the visibility of our positive example and our accomplishments.
        Our mission is to conduct the athletic / activity programs in a manner that will develop student-athletes of excellence in academics, athletics, and character. We believe athletics builds character through team work, discipline, self-confidence, trust, and perseverance contributing to a well rounded student.

KWHS Athletic/Activity Mission

        The Athletics / Activities Department’s staff and coaches are dedicated to helping student-athletes reach these goals. It is of the utmost importance for our student-athletes to receive a high school diploma, but it is of equal importance that our students leave Kelly Walsh High School with a competitive drive, an appreciation for lifelong learning, and the knowledge and skills that will carry them successfully through life.  Athletics is committed to advancing academic and Athletic / Activity excellence and enhancing students' lives while promoting Kelly Walsh High School both on and off the field.
        Last, but not least, it is the objective of the Athletics / Activities Department to adhere in principle and fact to the rules and regulations of Natrona County School District # 1 and the Wyoming High School Activities Association.

Amy Rose
Athletic Director

Terri Coffman
Athletic Secretary
       The Kelly Walsh Activities Office is a very busy place. All activities that take place at Kelly Walsh or involve Kelly Walsh are scheduled through this office. In addition to scheduling, the office is responsible for contracting opponents and officials, preparing rosters, making travel arrangements, monitoring travel budgets, and tracking all students that participate in an activity at Kelly Walsh. All students that participate in an activity sanctioned by the Wyoming High School Activities Association (WHSAA) are required to sign off on a Code of Conduct and WHSAA Eligibility Form. Students who participate in athletics must also have a physical on file and view a safety film. The Activities Office makes sure all the required paper work is in order, keeps track of awards earned by athletes, and checks the eligibility status of every student involved in an activity each grading period. The addition of 9th graders to Kelly Walsh High School has resulted in the addition of 53 athletic events, 22 of which take place at Kelly Walsh. The Activities Director at Kelly Walsh is Amy Rose. She is assisted by Terri Coffman.
Kelly Walsh High School
Activities Office
3500 East 12th Street
Casper, WY 82609
      Kelly Walsh High School has a full time, certified athletic trainer. Our trainer works with athletes from every sport at Kelly Walsh and has proven crucial to the health and success of our athletes.

      The student Athletic Trainer program is designed to give those students interested in athleic training an opportunity to be involved with the health care of the various athletic teams. Any student interested in becomeing a student athletic trainer aid should contact Brooke in the Training Room.

    Safty Items Parents Should Look for in a High School Athletic Program
  • Who will provide emergency first aid?
  • Who and how will Emergency Medical services (EMS) be summoned?
  • Who will monitor non injured members of the team during the emergency?
  • How will parents be notified in the event of an emergency?
  • Does the school monitor the availability of medically perscribed personal emergency medication?
  • Is there an adequate communication system in place at all athletic practices and contests?
  • Is documentation with emergency phone numbers and a list of each student's medical conditions readily available at all athletic practies and games?

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Casper College

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Carroll College

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Casper College

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Casper College

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Morningside College

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Chadron State College

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Casper College

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Casper College

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mike devereaux
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Major League Baseball 1987-1998
Dodgers, Orioles, White Sox, Braves, Rangers
Member of the 1988 World Series Champion Dodgers and the 1995 World Series Champion Atlanta Braves
Career: 1,086 Games, .254 BA, 105 HR, 480 RBI
barb lindquist

Barb Metz Lindquist was raised in Casper, Wyoming. and attended Kelly Walsh High School setting many of the state swim records before spending her senior year in high school at Pinecrest in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. From there, she was recruited as swimmer to Stanford University. As a member of the National team, she was a gold medal distance swimmer at the 1987 & 1991 Pam American Games. Barb was a finalist in three events at the 1988 Olympic swim trials in Austin, Texas. Barb was also a member of the 2004 Olympic team and finished in the top 10 in the triathalon.

Kelly Walsh Booster Club

The Booster Club Mission: To support quality academic and activity programs at Kelly Walsh High School and obtain parent and family involvement.

The Kelly Walsh Booster Club donated over $23,000 to Kelly Walsh High School Athletic and Activity Programs last year.

Booster Club Membership Form

Kelly Walsh Quarterback Club

The Kelly Walsh Quarterback Club was created to support the football program at Kelly Walsh High School. Membership is made up of parents, community members, local businesses, and alumni. Anually, the club provides funds for new uniforms, equipment, facility rennovations, and support for Frontier Middle School and Centennial Junior High.

QB Club Membership Form

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