SHS TENNIS - The Bronc and Lady Bronc tennis teams played Natrona County yesterday. The Lady Broncs won 4-1, while the Broncs dropped their matches 3-2. Lady Bronc winners included #1 Singles player Emily Holst and Doubles teams Noelle Golinvaux and Rachel Wood, Kennedy Hill and Emily Berry along with Taylor Street and Haley King.
For the Broncs the #3 Doubles team of Cameron Ellis and Tyler Cooper won, and the Broncs took the #2 Singles by default. This weekend, the Broncs will play at Scottsbluff, Nebraska Saturday.
The next home date for the Broncs and Lady Broncs together will be September 18th and 19th when they host matches with Powell and Cody. Those matches will be the only home matches for the rest of the season.
HS VOLLEYBALL - The Lady Bronc volleyball team played at Gillette last night. The teams split the first two games with Gillette, winning games 3 and 4, taking the match 3-1. The Lady Broncs will be back in Gillette Friday and Saturday for a tournament. Big Horn and Tongue River are also scheduled to play in Gillette.
NOTE! *The Lady Bronc freshmen will play Saturday; the match times have been changed to noon and 1 pm and will be played in the main gym at the high school.
SC VOLLEYBALL - The Sheridan College Lady Generals volleyball team plays at home tomorrow night at 7 o'clock against Dawson CC and hosts a tournament in the Hoffman Dome this weekend.
RUNNING AND SWIMMING - Tomorrow the Sheridan Bronc and Lady Bronc cross-country teams run in Spearfish, South Dakota. The Lady Bronc swimmers and divers will compete in Laramie Friday.
HS GOLF - The Bronc and Lady Bronc golfers open up the Worland Invitational tomorrow, and the Big Horn and Tongue River golfers play this week at an invitational in Wright.
HS FOOTBALL - In football this week, all teams will be in action. The Big Horn Rams lead off tomorrow night against Greybull at Sheridan High School. We talked with head coach Bert Dow about this week's preparation; first, Dow says they got a lot out of last Saturday's scrimmage games with NSI, Tongue River and Glenrock. After looking at film, they need more consistent playfrom the offense. As far as the Rams defense, it's always been tough, and Dow expects it to be solid again this season.
The Rams beat Greybull twice last season, including a playoff win. This year's Greybull team is much better than a year ago. We will have the game live for you starting with the First Federal Pre-game Show at 6:45, and the kick-off at 7 o'clock; you can hear it live on our sister station 95.9 FM.
MORE FOOTBALL - The Denver Broncos play Arizona tomorrow night; broadcast time is 6 o'clock on AM 1410 KWYO.
Friday, the Tongue River Eagles host Hulett, and the Sheridan Broncs play at Cheyenne East. It's an early start in Cheyenne with the First Federal Pre-game Show at 5:30 and kickoff at 6 o'clock on AM 1410 KWYO. Saturday afternoon, the Wyoming Cowboys play their home opener against Weber State at noon, also on KWYO..
MLB - The Colorado Rockies opened a 3-game series with the New York Mets at Coors Field last night, and took the game 8-3; the series continues tonight. The Rockies play the next nine games at home. Following the series with the Mets, they host three with Arizona this weekend, then a 4-game series with Cincinnati beginning Monday.