TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers are 11-4 overall they host two games with the Torrington Tigers tonight the first game is scheduled for 6:00.
The big games will be Sunday when they host two conference games with Gillette Head coach Ben Phillips.
The first pitch of the double header will be tossed out 1:00 we will be broadcasting the game one live on 14-10 KWYO.
WYOMING ALL-STAR HOOPS - The first two games of the annual Wyoming / Montana high school all star basketball series will be played tonight at Sheridan college.
Game times tonight at Sheridan college and in Billings are at 6:00 and 8:00 we will be on the air with both games live the pregame show starts at 5:30 on am 14-10 KWYO.
And we have more with the Wyoming all-stars today Sheridan's Kayla Woodward is a Wyoming Cowgirl one of the big reasons for selecting to play at Wyoming are Head coach Joe Legerski, Head assistant Gerald Mattinson and the rest of the coaching staff.
She is also looking forward to getting more time to get to know her new teammates.
Onto the games Natrona county's Shelby Garska says they want to use their size and quickness to make the game as fast as they can.
Sheridan Bronc Raith Durham says they have a great week together on and off the court.
Buffalo senior Aaron Tyser gets his first live action in the Hoffman dome tonight and will get a chance to play in the building a lot over the next two year's after signing on to play for the generals this fall as he talks about his decision to play at Sheridan college.
As for tonight's game Gillette's Taran Brown says they want to use their overall team size to get the job done tonight.
Again the pregame show starts tonight at 5:30 with the girls tipping off at 6:00 and the boys at 8:00 live on am 14-10 KWYO.
BENEFIT GOLF - Celebrate the arts kicked off last night, activities continue today and tomorrow. this afternoon the annual Sheridan Media benefit golf tournament will be played at Kendrick golf course.
Proceeds from today's event goes to support the Sheridan public arts committee in their effort to purchase more permanent art work for the city.