The Bison swim team hosted their Invitational meet last Friday, taking the team title with 357 points, far ahead of second-place Sheridan, who finished with 272.
The Bison set invitational records in both the 200 medley relay and the 200 freestyle.
Saturday the team traveled to Worland for their Warrior Invitational, and took first place in that meet as well.
The team standings were Buffalo with 325 points, Lander with 269, Riverton with 189, Cody with 129 and Worland with 113.
Buffalo's relay teams took first in the 200 medley relay, the 200 free relay and the 400 free relay.
Individually, Neil Medders took first in the 200 and 500 free.
Kevin Kramer took the 50 free.
Wilbur Holt won the 110 fly and 100 back.
Pierrick Bultot won the 100 freestyle.
Nate Holt took second in the 500 free and the 100 back.
Justin Land took fourth in diving.
And Josh Dillinger finished fourth in the 500 freestyle.
According to Coach Ron Chapin this win was probably the biggest in team history, as they defeated traditional power Lander, who has won this meet for 15 years or more.
Buffalo will be at Riverton Friday and Lander on Saturday.
The Bison wrestlers hosted their Buffalo Invite last weekend, and individual results were:
Darby Scantling, at 98 lbs, finished 0-6; Jonathan Land, at 122, 6-0; Nathan Gilbert, 119, 0-2; Taylor Bell, 130, 4-2; Brandon Leis, 135, 2-1; Riley West, 135, 0-2; Colter Manley, 140, 1-5; Muhamad Khan, 2-4; Jake Klaahsen, 2-4; Jace Jensen, 171, 7-0; Cody Sanburn, 171, 3-3. Buffalo will be at Douglas Thursday and Glenrock on Saturday.