Bison Golf Coach: Experience, Youth Good Combination

The Buffalo High School Golf Team will open their season this week at the Wheatland Invite, and Coach Chad Rose said the team has been working hard this summer to prepare for the upcoming season, and he is excited to see how his athletes perform.

He tells us more about the team.

Spencer and Wright have a combined seven seasons of Varsity Golf between spring and fall seasons and have a lot of tournament experience, Rose siad. Spade and Nick Lulias have had a great summer and Rose expects good seasons from both athletes.


BRONC / LADY BRONC TENNIS - The Bronc and Lady Bronc tennis teams have been on the court for three days head coach Bob Faurot says it's been a good week so far.

Most of the players had plenty of opportunities to play during the summer and that has some in pretty good form already.

The Lady Bronc lost their number one doubles team to graduation but the rest of the team remains intact and Faurot says the Lady Broncs are looking ahead to a good season.

Sheridan youth competes in the National Hersey track meet

Brock Bomar

Sheridan's Brock Bomar ran in Hershey, PA on August 6. He did really well finishing 7th in the 200, running it in 31.47. His best time was 31.06 which would have moved him up to 6th.

Thanks to Randy Bomar for the photo


HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL - The Tongue River Eagles opened there football camp in the Big Horn mountains Monday Head coach Chuck Walters says they had a great day.

There is some troubling news coming out of Eagles camp though as only 15 players showed up for work-outs this week and that is a major concern with the start of the season in three weeks.

Walters says he commends the players that have come out and they are trying make the best of the situation.


RAMS FOOTBALL - The Big Horn rams lost one game last year and finished as the state runner up in class 2-A last November this year it's a transition year for the rams as they said goodbye to a great class of seniors this spring and the rams will be going through a transition this fall with lots of new faces head coach Bert Dow.

And he says the young Rams will be going through a lot over the next couple of weeks and it's not rebuilding at all just catching up.



Top left to right the names are Jimmy Stites, Kenny Phipps, Ty Legerski, Josh Morris, Jayson Shore, Erin Legerski, Janet Austin. Bottom row left to right is , Devin Stites, Kayla Morris, Aspen Rawlins, Tayla Tucker, and Kylie Elsworth.

The team would like to thank Rails Bar and Quik Sac for their support and sponsorship for the Tournament. Our team played hard and went undefeated, winning the State Championship for the Co-ed leisure division in Worland this past weekend.


Prairie Dog Winner August,13th

Sackett Cup
Sponsored by The Powder Horn

Saturday, August 13, 2011

RESULTS: Sonny Hill defeated Bendabout 10-7

Wayne Garrison A Curtis Pilot A
Gonzalo Teves 4 Hector Galindo 6
Steve Dalton 5 Frankie Bilbao 6
Chip Campbell 1 Kelly Beal 1
10 13

Umpires: Brad Blake & Neil Osburg
Third Man: Craig Duke
Scorekeeper: Charlotte Stribling or Adrianne Herkenhoff

Prairie Dog Challenge
Sponsored by The Powder Horn

Saturday, August 13, 2011

RESULTS: Parrot Heads defeated Clearwater 13-9
Parot Heads

Ronnie Duke A Chrys Beal A


HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Bronc football starts week two of fall drills today football is usually broken done into three separate areas, Offense, Defense and Special teams.

Head coach Don Julian says their is a fourth component that is just as important, that's game planning and film study and they take pride in the fact that their Pre-game preparation goes along way in the success of the program.

And as they begin week two on the field Julian was pleased with the first week.