05/13/09 Sports for Wednesday

The Lady Bronc host the 4-a East regional two elimination games will be played tomorrow the Lady Broncs open the tournament against Cheyenne central at 4 o'clock that game will be followed by Cheyenne east against Riverton at 6 o'clock.

The Broncs will play at their regional in Cheyenne tomorrow they open with Gillette also at 4 o'clock the Broncs split their regular season games with the Camels Broncs head coach Kevin Riser they like drawing Gillette in the first round they played the Camels last thursday to end the regular season and i asked Riser if they would change anything up for tomorrow's game and finally knowing it's one and done tomorrow he says the players know the situation so there's no need for the coaches to put any more pressure on the players.

Track and field regionals start friday the Sheridan high school teams will be in Rverton the big prize starts a week from tomorrow at the state championships i asked Sheridan head coach Art Bauers how much importance they put on the regional meet. The Tongue River, Big Horn, NSI and Arvada-Clearmont track teams will be in Gillette for their regional friday.

In local baseball the Sheridan Troopers play two in Gillette saturday and the Sheridan Jets will host a double header with Casper sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock.

The Sheridan college booster club still has space for teams in friday's fundraising golf tournament at the Powder Horn.over 80 players have already signed up the tournament is a 4-person team scramble shot gun tee time is at 1 pm they will have a putting contest and calcutta starting at 11am.Dinner will be provided following play to register your teams contact Sheridan college men's basketball coach Steve Smiley at 674-6446 ex:4000.

In local high school golf the Big Horn and Tongue River golfers ended their spring seasons at the 2-A east conference tournament in Casper.The Big Horn Rams won the event placing three players in the top ten Brandon Metzger was the medalist with brother Matt Metzger 4th and Ty Maccarty was 8th, the Tongue River Eagles finished 3rd John Hannahs finished 6th and Micheal Korp was 10th.The Tongue River Lady Eagles finished 8th overall with Aspen Rawlings finishing 2nd in the individual standings.

The Sheridan high school golfers will end their spring season monday and tuesday at the 4-A east conference tournament in Laramie.

Eye Care of the Big Horns
view counter