Archive - Oct 2012 - Sports

October 23rd

RAMS / BRONCS PREPARE FOR THE PLAYOFFS

BIG HORN FOOTBALL - The Big Horn Rams host Kemmerer Friday afternoon in their first round playoff game.

The Rams are 8-0 and northeast conference champs Head coach Micheal McGuire says they had a great regular season and now are looking ahead to make a great playoff run.

He says they've been tough all year and need to be even better now that's it's single elimination.

STATE SWIMMING / DIVING / STATE VOLLEYBALL / PLAYOFF FOOTBALL

STATE SWIMMING / DIVING - A dozen Lady Broncs will compete this week at the state swimming and diving championships in Gillette, prelims get underway Thursday.

The 12 qualifies represent half the team and Head coach Brent Moore says that's a huge accomplishment.

Joining ten swimmers are two divers Brielle Smiley and Sarah Von Krosiek and Moore says both did a great job of getting themselves in position to make the state meet qualifying standards.

October 22nd

Christensen Susupended and Fined for Calhoun Dust Up

Associated Press
LARAMIE, Wyo. -- Wyoming coach Dave Christensen has been suspended one week and fined $50,000 for his actions following an Oct. 13 loss to Air Force.

Athletic director Tom Burman said Monday that it's important to send the right message to the team about taking responsibility for your actions.

Christensen confronted Falcons coach Troy Calhoun on the field after Air Force's 28-27 victory.

STATE X-COUNTRY / REGIONAL VOLLEYBALL / PLAYOFF FOOTBALL

STATE X-COUNTRY - The Sheridan Bronc and Lady Bronc cross country teams finished up their season at the state championships Saturday. The Broncs had a strong showing finishing 3rd the Lady Broncs were 8th.

For the Broncs Michael Rottelini finished 3rd Taylor Bruso was 15th and Kyle Dietsche was 22nd.

For the Lady Broncs Alex Vaira was their top finisher in 22nd place.

REGIONAL VOLLEYBALL - The Sheridan Lady Bronc volleyball team was eliminated from the post season by Laramie at their regional tournament in Gillette.

October 21st

Johnson County High School Weekend Sports Wrap

Fall Sports are winding down for Johnson County High School athletes with sports that already have or will move into the postseason this week.

In football, the Buffalo Bison finished their regular season at 4-4 after dispatching the visiting Rawlins Outlaws Friday night 46-0.

October 20th

BRONCS / RAMS READY FOR THE FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS

FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs beat Cheyenne East in a thriller at Sheridan high school Friday night.

The Broncs held a 10-7 halftime lead and the game got wild in the 3rd quarter, East scored first to take a 14-10 lead, the Broncs answered and went up 17-14, East scored again going up 21-17 the Broncs answered that score again to go up 24-21.

The Broncs would scored with five minutes to play to extend their lead to 31-21 to wrap up a 7-2 regular season and a 3rd seed heading into next week's playoffs they host Casper Kelly Walsh high school Friday night.

October 18th

LOCAL FOOTBALL / REGIONAL VOLLEYBALL / STATE X-COUNTRY

FOOTBALL - The Tongue River Eagles will end their season with a road game at Wheatland today.

The Big Horn Rams host Newcastle this afternoon to determine the northeast conference championship both teams are 7-0.

we will have the game for you live at 1:00 on 14-10 KWYO and 87.7 FM. Ron Richter and Sam Morton will have the play by play.

The Sheridan Broncs will face Cheyenne East tonight both teams have the same 6-2 record and both have losses to Natrona county and Gillette. The winner tonight gets the three seed heading into next week's playoffs.

LITTLE GUY FOOTBALL CHAMPS

The championship game was between the Rucki and Marshall Cowboys vs. Kilpatrick Creations Dolphins.

The game was tied 0 -0 at the end of regulation.The Dolphins scored a TD in overtime to win 6-0.

The team included:

Eli Johnston, Nate Roe, Jacob Boint, Ethan Lewallen, Matthew Thompson, Nick Summers, Cade Reish, Cole Dobson, Ethan Richett, Kyle Breen, Tate Kelly, Logan Mendenhall, Aeden Baldo, Devlin Sherman, Nolan Rader, Jaden Underwood, and Beknazar Alikulov.

Coaches: Chris Johnston, Jeff Roe, & Shawn Lewallen

STATE X-COUNTRY / FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS

STATE X-COUNTRY - The Bronc and Lady Bronc cross country teams will finish the season at the state championships in Douglas Saturday.

Sheridan Head coach Art Bauers says the Lady Broncs are looking to have a good day Saturday.

And the Broncs look to be one of the stronger teams in the field.

Bauers says the state meet course in Douglas suits their style of running. Racing begins at 10:00 Saturday morning.

October 17th

Johnson County Weekend High School Sports Preview

Fall sports seasons are beginning to wrap up and this weekend will feature football's end of the regular season, volleyball's Regional Tournaments, the Conference Meet for swimming and cross country at State.