Archive - Sports

September 2nd, 2011

Bison Sports Weekend Preview

The Buffalo High School sports teams will all be in action.
The Bison football team will open their season at Worland tonight with kickoff set at 6pm. The JV team will play at home Saturday against Glenrock.
The girls' swim team was at Gillette Thursday to take on Gillette and Newcastle.
The girls' varsity volleyball team will be at the Gillette Invite today and Saturday. The freshman and JV girls played Clearmont on Thursday.
The Bison golf team is at the Worland Invite. Round One was Thursday and they'll wrap up the tournament today.

September 1st


FOOTBALL - The Bronc football team will play at Natrona county tomorrow night and the Big Horn rams play their regular season opener tomorrow afternoon at home.

The Rams lost their zero week exhibition game at Thermopolis last Friday Head coach Bert Dow says the Rams showed their age in the 21-6 loss.

Several players from Tongue River high school have joined the Rams club this year after their season was called off two weeks ago and Dow says they are slowly getting up to speed with their new teammates and coaches.

August 31st


BRONC / LADY BRONC TENNIS - The Bronc and Lady Bronc tennis teams split with Natrona county yesterday.

NC beat the Lady Broncs 3-2 while the Broncs finished the day winning 4 of the 5 matches.

The Lady Broncs played strong but fell behind early in their matches and really had to work hard to scratch out two victories Head coach Bob Faurot.

Bison Swimmers Host Meet, Perform Well

The Lady Bison swim team hosted their Buffalo Pentathlon last Friday, with teams from Newcastle, Worland, Douglas as well as Buffalo at the meet.
A number of individual Bison had great performances.
In the 100 butterfly, Buffalo's Hannah Chapin took second, being beaten by less than a second by Carolyn Kennedy of Worland.
Buffalo's Caley Stafford took fourth and Misty Ballek took fifth.

August 30th


X-COUNTRY - The Bronc and Lady Bronc cross country runners started their season at the Casper invitational last Friday, the Broncs had four varsity runners and did not qualify for the team race and the Lady Broncs raced JV in the first meet of the season, that will all change this week as Sheridan high school will host the Michelle Ludwig invitational.

Head Coach Art Bauers says their Pre-season went well and both teams are young and the opening race went well.

Bison Sports Weekend Results

The Bison sports teams were in action over the weekend, and results were mixed.
The Lady Bison volleyball team was at the Douglas Invite and split their matches, going 2-2. Buffalo beat Cheyenne South in pool play 3-0 before losing to Douglas 1-2. In the tournament, the Lady Bison beat Newcastle and then lost to the eventual tournament champion Torrington.
Jenna Anderson and Kinzi Litzel led in attacking and blocking, and Sam Schroefel served 95% and had 86 assists for the tournament.
The girls will be at the Gillette Invite this Friday and Saturday.

August 29th

Bison Teams Have Another Busy Weekend

The Buffalo High School Bison athletic teams had another busy weekend with all but the football team in action.

The Bison Golf Team was in the Bighorn Basin for the Powell/Cody Invite. The first round of the tournament was called early due to lightning, so the tournament was an 18-hole event. No Bison golfers finished in the top ten, and the boys team finished seventh out of 10 teams, the girls team finished tied for fourth.


FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Bronc football team beat Cheyenne Central 31-12 Friday night jumping out to a 14-0 halftime lead and building that lead to 31-6 entering the 4th quarter.

Senior running back Jordan Roberts ran for 137 yards and two touchdowns in his first game in a Bronc uniform.

Quarterback Kevin Bakkehaug threw for 162 yards and two scores as the Broncs took the opener Head coach Don Julian.

August 26th

Broncs vs Cheyenne Central

Riley Ryan shows the ball after catching a nine yard TD pass

Sheridan Broncs beat Cheyenne Central big 31-12.


FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Bronc football team opens the season tonight at Homer Scott stadium against Cheyenne Central.

We heard a little about the offense yesterday on the defensive side of the ball they must replace 10 of 11 starters Head coach Don Julian.

The Broncs dominated special teams last year returning eight kicks and punts for touchdowns and Julian says this fall again they will make special teams a big part of their success.