Big Horn Rams

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.

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.

On Saturday afternoon if you suited up as a Big Horn Ram you played and when you played you scored. Ten Rams suited up and these five, Colter Carzoli, Deven Ibach, Max Lube, Mathew Hansen and Micheal Lamb, came off the bench to pump in a collective 26-points. These 26-points plus 40 from the starters blew away the Sundance Bulldogs 66 to 18.

On Saturday afternoon in Big Horn the Lady Rams capped off the week with another victory - this one in a win over the Sundance Lady Bulldogs by a score of 48 to 39.

Friday evening in Big Horn the #5 ranked Rams jumped on their cross-district rivals the Tongue River Eagles with 33 points to TR's 17 in the first quarter and never looked back as they cruised to a 82 to 58 win. On the far left Tanner Dockery gets two of his team high 20-points equalling the 20 put up by Big Horn's Colter Carzoli in the next frame to the right.

The No. 1 ranked Tongue River Lady Eagles went to Big Horn on Friday and notched another victory to go 11-0 on the season but the Big Horn Lady Rams made a game of it. Bailey Bard hit a two with 3:30 to go in the game to put Big Horn up 39 - 36 but then Jadyn Mirich and Gracie Goldhammer fouled out. Ranchester capitalized and pulled out a 45 to 41 victory.

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