Sports

Rams Hold Off Wheatland to Advance to State Championship

The Rams celebrate after defeating Wheatland Saturday to advance to the class 2-A championchip game against Mountain View. (Photo by Judy Hagerott)

The Big Horn Rams football team hosted the Wheatland Bulldogs Saturday for the right to play for the class 2-A championship. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the recap.

High School Semi-Final Football Results

Scores

Broncs: 0
Natrona: 27
Time: Final Score

Rams: 28
Wheatland: 21
Time: FINAL

Lady Broncs fall in volleyball semi final / Lady Rams to play for the 2-A title / Rams / Broncs football semi finals today / Wyoming loses at home to Utah state

STATE VOLLEYBALL - The Sheridan Lady Broncs lost and the Big Horn Lady Rams won in the semi final round at the state volleyball championships in Casper Friday night.

The Lady Broncs fell in three games to Cheyenne East and will play Riverton in an elimination match at 10:30 for the right to get into the 3rd place match.

The Lady Rams beat Southeast in five games to advance to the 2-A title game they will play Wright in the finals at 4:00.

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS - The Semi final round is set for this afternoon for the Big Horn Rams and Sheridan Broncs.

Wyoming high school Football State semifinals (Friday)

Class 4A

Gillette 34, Cheyenne East 31 (2OT)

Class 3A

Cody 42, Riverton 34

Douglas 27, Torrington 0

Class 2A

Mountain View 52, Newcastle 14

Class 1A/11-man

Lusk 44, Upton-Sundance 12

Class 1A/6-man

Dubois 68, Meeteetse 32

Today

Class 4A

No. 4 Sheridan at No. 1 Natrona, 1 p.m.

Class 2A

No. 3E Wheatland at No. 1E Big Horn, 2 p.m.

Class 1A/11-man

No. 2E Lingle at No. 1W Cokeville, 1 p.m.

Class 1A/6-man

No. 2W Snake River at No. 1E Guernsey, 1 p.m.

Lady Broncs / Lady Rams advance at state volleyball / Broncs / Rams playoff football Saturday / Pokes at home tonight

STATE VOLLEYBALL - The Sheridan Lady Broncs and Big Horn Lady Rams both advanced to the semi final round at the state volleyball championships in Casper Thursday night.

The Lady Rams whipped Wind River in three straight games and will face Southeast tonight at 6:00.

The Lady Broncs took Green River in three straight to advance and will see Cheyenne East tonight in the semi finals also at 6:00.

BRONC FOOTBALL - The high school football playoffs semi final round is set for tomorrow for the Big Horn Rams and Sheridan Broncs.

Broncs / Rams football semi finals Saturday / Pokes at home tomorrow night / State Volleyball opens tonight for Big Horn and Sheridan

RAMS / BRONCS SEMI FINAL FOOTBALL - The high school football playoffs continue with the semi final round Saturday for the Big Horn Rams and Sheridan Broncs.

The Rams will play at home against Wheatland the Broncs will travel to play at Natrona county.

The Rams beat Wheatland at home two weeks ago 19-6, Rams Head coach Michael McGuire it's round two Saturday. And they expect another good battle with the Bulldogs.

SC Outdoor club hosting a film and gear swap

the Outdoors Program at Sheridan College you may want to participate in:

Friday @ 7:00pm we are hosting the film “Valley Uprising” which is presented by the Petzl Reel Rock film tour which happens annually. It is a very cool film which touches on the culture of Climbing and the revolution which took place in the 1960’s in Yosemite Valley, CA.

It is FREE for students with college ID, and $5 for general public. This will take place at the Whitney Presentation hall on Sheridan College’s Campus

Lady Broncs prepare for state volleyball / Generals go to 3-0 / Football playoff semi finals Saturday for the Broncs and Rams

STATE VOLLEYBALL - The Sheridan Lady Broncs and Big Horn Lady Rams are both up Thursday night in their brackets at the state volleyball tournament in Casper both matches are scheduled for at 6:00 the Lady Rams will open the 2-A tournament with Wind River, in the 4-A bracket the Lady Broncs take on Green River.

The Lady Broncs made an impressive run in their regional tournament winning the title Saturday and picking up a number one seed for the state championships, Head coach Maureen McEwen says the girls played well and got on a roll.