Sports

A technical on the Rams allowed a free throw by the Eagles top scorer Matthew Yellowtail to start Friday's game instead of a normal tipoff. Apparently the "T" was a result of an improper uniform top or number by Big Horn's Colter Carzoli.

The Tongue River Lady Eagles made it 19 in a row as they downed their cross-district rivals the Lady Rams of Big Horn 48 to 29. A full house crowd was on their feet as they welcomed the Lady Eagles when they took the court. The audience remained on their feet until the first score and then settled in for a great game by their Lady Eagles.

Two bright spots Thursday evening were wins by Bronc Tory Music, seen here, in the 182-pound weight division and Bronc Cody Delk at 195 as the Bronc Wrestlers fell to the Campbell County Camels 52 to 18. Four Bronc Seniors suited up on Senior recognition night but all came up short on the mats on this, the next to last home match, of their High School careers.

At home on Saturday the Big Horn Rams led through three but came up short as the Lovell Bulldogs outscored the Rams 21 to 15 in the 4th period. Lucas Wollenman, shown here, had a good look but Bulldog Dylan Hultgren extended his right arm to knock the the ball away early in the 4th period. This was followed by several other key miss-fires by the Rams and the final period struggle was on.

On Saturday afternoon elbow and knee pads should have been part of the uniform when the hometown Big Horn Lady Rams met the Lovell Lady Bulldogs. It was a hard fought battle through all 4-rounds with the Lady Bulldogs coming out on top at the final buzzer 40 to 34. Lovell's Chayli McArthur led all scorers with 10-points while Big Horn's Gracie Goldhammer pumped in 9.

Sporting new hairdos Seniors Luke Ostrowski and Jack Syring, swimming in the last home meet of their high school careers on Friday afternoon, were recognized during the meet and performed this dual dive to cap off their home season.

With 6-seconds to go in the Friday evening thriller Cheyenne's Josh Fearing hit a two to break a 57-57 tie and put the Indians up by 2-points, Central 59 to Sheridan's 57. Bronc Coach Gale Smith called a timeout. Then with the clock running down Sheridan Bronc Anthony Newlon hit this three at the buzzer to the delight of the filled to capacity student section.

Tied no longer at 6-1 are the Sheridan Generals and Casper Thunderbirds. The Generals cooled off the hot Thunderbirds Wednesday evening with top notch shooting - 28-points from Frederic Dure, 22 from Victor Bermudez and 13 from Ron Mvouika. Tate Stensgaard had 6-points before going down hard in the second half - leaving the game with a bum right arm.

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