Archive - Sports

November 7th, 2016

Broncs / Rams / Eagles Play for State Football Titles Saturday / Pokes Win Again / Broncos fall at Raiders

The Big Horn Rams, Tongue River Eagles and Sheridan Broncs will all play for their state football championships in Laramie Saturday for the Broncs and Eagles it will be back to back title game appearances for the Rams they are back in the title game after missing out last fall.

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Broncs beat Rock Springs Friday and will play Natrona county for the 4-A state football title Saturday in Laramie, Broncs Head coach Don Julian says the defense set the tone for the game early.

November 4th

Broncs Heading to the Big Show with a 35-6 Win/ Tongue River Cruises Past Shoshoni 37-6/Big Horn Advances After Beating Newcastle 27-7

Sheridan Bronc Football
The #2 Ranked 4A Sheridan Bronc Football team is heading to the championship after beating Rock Springs 35-6. They will play the winner of the Gillette/Natrona game next Saturday at UW's War Memorial Stadium for the state title.

Tongue River Eagles Football
Tongue River's #2 1A Eagles football team beat Shoshoni 37-6 to punch their ticket to Championship Saturday. They will play Pine Bluffs in Laramie next Saturday for the title.

Big Horn Ram Football

November 3rd

Eagles, Rams and Broncs Semi Final Football Tonight / Lady Broncs Drop Opener at State Volleyball / Cowboy Hoopsters Win Exhibition Opener

EAGLES FOOTBALL - The Tongue River Eagles play at Shoshoni this evening the game will kickoff at 5:00 and can be heard live on 87.7 FM ESPN radio.

Eagles Head coach John Scott says both teams have a lot riding on the is game with his Eagles trying for their second straight trip to the championship game.

RAMS FOOTBALL - The Big Horn Rams host their 2-A semi final game against Newcastle tonight. We will have the game for you at 6:00 you can hear it on our webcast stream two at sheridanmedia.com.

November 2nd

Playoff Football Preview / Lady Generals win Region Nine Volleyball Opener / Lady Bronc Volleyball Opens State Tournament Play Today / Cowboy Hoops Plays Exhibition Opener Tonight

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs host the Rock Springs Tigers tomorrow night in one 4-A semi final game the other has Gillette is playing at home against Natrona county.

The Broncs took the regular season game in Rock Springs 24-16 in a hard fought battle, Sheridan Head coach Don Julian says it should be another great matchup between two teams that have very different styles.

This is a familiar spot for the Broncs and Julian says the players have prepared well and will be ready.

November 1st

Generals Basketball Open with a Victory / Lady Generals Open Tonight / State Volleyball Opens Thursday for the Lady Broncs

GENERALS BASKETBALL - The Sheridan college Generals basketball team started the new season with a very good victory beating Northeastern Colorado at the Hoffman dome last night 88-62.

They fell behind by ten early in the first half but closed the half on a 23-5 run and led the rest of the way. They get back into action Friday night at the dome against Otero CC that game is scheduled for 7:00.

October 31st

State Swimming Recap / High School Football Playoffs Continue Friday / Pokes v Aggies Saturday Night / Broncos at Raiders Sunday

SWIMMING - The Lady Bronc swimmers finished 3rd at the 4-A state swimming and diving championships.

Today we put a cap on the season with Head coach Brent Moore, he says they were right in the mix to attain the goal of finishing 2nd and just missed by a handful of points but it was a tremendous performance from all the Lady Broncs.

And with all the state meet points returning the outcome will vault them into a great off season and has all the girls looking ahead to 2017.

October 30th

Eagles , Rams, Broncs, Cowboys and Broncos Pick up Victories / Lady Bronc Swimmers 3rd at State / Lady Bronc Volleyball Qualifies for State

TONGUE RIVER FOOTBALL - The Tongue River Eagles beat Cokeville to advance to Friday's semi final at Shoshoni, Ron Richter has the game wrap-up. The game will be played Friday night at Shoshoni kickoff will be at 5:00.

BIG HORN FOOTBALL - The Big Horn Rams came back from 14 points down to tie Pinedale and force overtime and got the wining score to advance to this week's semi finals with a 20-14 win, the Rams host Newcastle Friday night at 6:00 to play for a trip to Laramie and the state title game.

October 28th

Broncs beat East 34-17/ Tongue River Controls Cokeville 27-12/ Rams Retire Pinedale's Season 20-14

Sheridan Bronc Football
The #2 Ranked 4A Sheridan Bronc Football team started the postseason strong against Cheyenne East with a 34-21 win. They will host their next playoff game against either Rock Springs, Laramie, Kelly Walsh, Natrona or Cheyenne South.

Tongue River Eagles Football
Tongue River's #2 1A Eagles football team beat Cokeville at home 27-12. They move on in the 1A playoffs.

Big Horn Ram Football

October 27th

Eagles / Rams / Broncs Host Playoff Games Tonight / Cowboys Host Boise State Saturday Night / Broncos v Chargers Sunday

EAGLES FOOTBALL - The Tongue River Eagles host their quarter final game with Cokeville this evening this will be the third consecutive year for the Eagles to meet the Panthers in the playoffs and TR Head coach John Scott says Cokeville is a very good team and will bring a lot of pressure and the Eagles must match the intensity.

The game kicks off at 5:30 you can hear it live on 87.7 FM Ron Richter will have the play by play.

October 26th

Bronc Football Host Cheyenne East Tomorrow, Rams and Eagles Host Quarter Final Games / Pokes v #13 Boise State / Broncos v Chargers Sunday

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs open the 4-A football playoffs hosting Cheyenne East tomorrow night.

Head coach and Sheridan high school AD Don Julian says ticket prices for playoff games are set by the Wyoming high school activities association and will be a bit higher tomorrow night.

The Broncs are also inviting all military personnel to the game for military appreciation night and they will also be recognizing all the Bronc and Lady Bronc fall sports teams.