Sports

It took all five games for the 3rd ranked Big Horn Lady Rams to edge out the Tongue River Lady Eagles in Dayton on Thursday evening in cross-district volleyball action. After splitting the first two games (TR 25-17 & BH 25-15) TR came out on top in the third 26 to 24. But then Big Horn turned it up a notch and took the last two 25-20 and 15-11.

The First Interstate Broncos were crowned the Little Guy Tackle Football Champs Tuesday evening on the Dan Madia Field after defeating the Kilpatrick Creations Dolphins 20 to 6.

Tuesday marks the end of the Little Guy Football season with the championship and consolation 5th & 6th grade tackle games taking place on the Dan Madia Field @ 6:45 and 5:30 pm respectively. The 'Gold Squad,' 5th & 6th grade Cheerleaders, seen here in the back row will be cheering during the Championship game.

On Friday in game three against the Moorcroft Lady Wolves, Lady Ram Mali Wright between teammates #12 Brittany Popp, #13 Kori Puckett, #2 Alex Blare, #14 Jaydn Mirich and #22 Gracie Goldhammer (out of view), hammers the ball past would be block defenders Catherine Clonch and #12 Morghan West to win the game.

The 2nd ranked Big Horn Rams warm up below the snow covered mountain tops before icing the #1 defense of the Moorcroft Wolves 17 to 7 Friday afternoon.

Friday, the 5th ranked Meeteetse Lady Long Horns ventured into a Panther's den at Arvada-Clearmont and dropped 3 of 4 games to give the Lady Panthers a big win at home to start the 2nd half of the Volleyball Season. Next up for Arvada-Clearmont will be home games against Hulett set for 5:00 pm & 6:00 pm on Friday the 7th. Scroll down to see more photos.

What does Lady Bronc Hailey Ligocki do the night before the biggest tennis match of her career? Root for the Bronc Football team and perhaps #22 Gabe Dahmke in their victory over Gillette on Friday night. Then on Saturday it was all business for Hailey as she took center stage and took on Natrona's Jayde Parmely for the Wyoming State Tennis Championship in girls #2 Singles.

After a grueling, thirsty battle on the courts Friday, Sheridan #3 Doubles Team, Kit Price and Trace Addlesperger, came off the victors carrying eight nearly empty bottles of that ever important liquid on a hot day. Kit and Price dueled Joe Caulton and Tanner Price from Cody in a marathon before finally winning 3-6, 7-6, 7-4, 6-4 to advance to the Consolation Winners match on Saturday.

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