WRESTLING – Sheridan Bronc Sophomore Trevor Goss took the State Championship at 135 lbs. Saturday night in Casper, doing it in dominating fashion against his opponent from Rock Springs. He took the decision 9-4; here's Trevor Goss as he left the mat Saturday night.Audio Goss also had extra motivation going into the tournament; teammate Jake Reimers had a knee injury, which cost him his season. Reimers would have been a State Championship favorite this season, so the talk before the Regional and State Tournaments was that Goss was going after the State Championship for his friend Jake, and he got it done. AudioAnd what also made the win so special for Goss – he lost to the same opponent at the Riverton Invitational three weeks ago. Audio Broncs' head coach Corey Hamrick says the match was amazing. Audio
A total of four Broncs placed in the State Tournament; Junior Devan Reilly won his final match in the Consolation Final and finished 5th at 140 lbs.AudioHamrick says Reilly picked up a great win. Audio Michael Kirkman had another terrific State Tournament, finishing 4th at 189 lbs. Audio And Bryan McIntyre ended his high school career placing 6th. Audio As a team, the Broncs finished 10th.
BASKETBALL – Regional tournaments finished up Saturday, and for the second straight season, the Big Horn Lady Rams and Tongue River Lady Eagles played for the Regional Title. Big Horn came out this time with the 66-44 victory. Now it's on to the State Tournament, where the Lady Eagles lead off against Wyoming Indian at 10:30 Thursday morning. The Lady Rams open their competition with Thermopolis Thursday night at 6 o'clock. Both games will be broadcast live on AM 1410 KWYO.
The NSI Wolves finished 2nd in the 1A East Regional, losing to Southeast in the Championship game. The Wolves make it to the State Tournament for the first time ever, and open the tournament against Little Snake River. The Arvada/Clearmont Lady Panthers finished 2nd in the East Regional, losing to Southeast in the finals. They play St. Stephens Thursday in their opening game.
The Sheridan Broncs split their final regular season games, beating Cheyenne Central Friday, and losing in overtime against Cheyenne East Saturday. The Broncs open the Regional Tournament in an elimination game with Laramie Thursday in Riverton. The Lady Broncs finished their season, losing twice in Cheyenne over the weekend. They open the Regional Tournament Thursday in Riverton against the host team – that is also an elimination game.
The Sheridan College teams are headed for the post-season this week as well. The Lady Generals finished their regular season 21-8 overall; they open their Region 9 Tournament Friday against Eastern Wyoming in Scottsbluff, NE. The Generals finished 24-6 overall and open their tournament Friday against Northeast Nebraska in Sterling, CO.
The University of Wyoming Cowboys have two games left in their regular season. They play at home against BYU Wednesday night, and finish up the regular season at home against New Mexico Saturday afternoon. The Mountain West Conference Tournament opens next Thursday for the Cowboys and Cowgirls in Las Vegas.
SWIMMING / INDOOR TRACK - The Sheridan Broncs finished 9th in the State Swimming & Diving Championships; and this weekend, the Sheridan High School track teams will compete in the State Indoor Track & Field Championships at the University of Wyoming.