Archive - Feb 27, 2012 - Sports

LADY BRONC 8TH GRADE HOOP CHAMPS

The undefeated 8th grade Sheridan Lady Broncs traveling basketball team won the Forsyth Fast Break tournament in OT this past weekend in Forsyth, MT.

They knocked out undefeated Forsyth on their own home court to win the championship in OT 34-33.

Front row from L: Julia Fenn, MaKenna Balkenbush; Back row from L: Katie Campbell, Robbi Ryan, Kaycen Townsend, Jamy Shassetz and Bailey Bard. (Not pictured Coaches Greg Townsend and Ken Balkenbush)

SHERIDAN DARTBALL ASSOCIATION STANDINS AND SCORES

SHERIDAN DARTBALL ASSOCIATION
2011-12 SEASON
MID SEASON TOURNAMENT
1ST Place Budweiser
2nd Place A + Plumbers
3rd Place Pepsi
Consolation Misfitz
LEAGUE
1ST Place A+ Plumbers
2nd Place Catering by R/P
3rd Place Budweiser

FINAL TOURNAMENT
1ST Place Catering by R/P
2nd Place Misfitz.
3rd Place Busch Boys
Consolation Michelob
SPORTMANSHIP TROPHY
Busch Boys

Most Miss the Board
Aleta Ulery 61 Rainbow
Most Home Runs
Phyllis Apaez 5
High Average Women
1st.Ranchester Liquors Helen Duetsch 307

MARCH MADNESS BEGINS

1-A / 2-A REGIONAL HOOPS - Two of five Sheridan county 1-A/ 2-A basketball teams survived regional tournament play and advanced to play this week in the state tournament in Casper they are the Tongue River Lady Eagles and Big Horn Rams.

The TR boys and the BH girls were eliminated from post season play with losses at the regional tournament Saturday in Torrington.

The NSI Wolves were knocked out of their regional in Gillette last Friday in a loss against Kaycee.

Kaycee BB Teams Qualify For State, Bison Crowned Champs

Kaycee's boys' and girls' basketball teams were at the 1A Northeast Regional Tournament this past weekend and both qualified for the State Tournament this Friday and Saturday in Casper.
The boys qualified through the loser's bracket, winning the Consolation Championship and will take a 3-seed into the tournament.
The girls remained unbeaten until the championship game where they fell to Lingle-Ft.Laramie. They will have a 2-seed at State.
In other basketball action, the Buffalo boys beat Glenrock at home Friday 64-50 and the girls downed the Lady Herders 47-33.