2016 Wyoming / Montana All-Star Basketball Series goes to the Big Sky State / Troopers Head out for Road Games This Week / Rockies Beat SD Sunday and Host the Yankees Tomorrow

WYO / MT ALL-STAR HOOPS - The Wyoming / Montana high school all-star basketball series is history for another year the 2016 series went to Montana they took three out of the four games.

The girls series was a split as the Wyoming girls came from behind late and won in Sheridan Friday night 71-64 Emily Robertson from Natrona county led the way with 20 points Jessie Geer from Gillette had 18.

Saturday the Wyoming girls fell behind again and made another run late but came up short 62-56 Jessie Geer led the scoring in Billings with 14.

All-Star Basketball Opens with a Split / Games Three and Four Tonight in Billings

The Wyoming girls all-star basketball team fell behind by nine at halftime against the Montana all-stars at the Hoffman Dome Friday night but came alive and posted a game one victory in Sheridan for the first time since 2007 the final was 71-64.

Emily Robertson from Natrona county led the scoring for team Wyoming with a game high 20 points, Jessie Geer from Gillette hit for 18.

Game two will be played in Billings, Montana this evening tip off is scheduled for 5:30 you can hear it live on 14-10 KWYO.

2016 WYO / MT All-Star Basketball Series Tips Tonight / Rockies Drop The Bucs

ALL-STAR BASKETBALL - The Wyoming / Montana high school all-star basketball tips off tonight out at the Hoffman dome the girls game will tip at 5:30 the boys go and 7:30 we will broadcast both games live on 14-10 KWYO.

Team Wyoming boys coach Matt Hammer says it's all for the players that have earned the right to be on this year's team.

Hammer says he likes the match up and the format of this all-star series.


Twenty-one students at Gillette College have been named to the NJCAA Academic All-Region Teams in their sports. To qualify for the All-Region teams, students must complete 30 semester hours and maintain a grade point average of at least 3.25.

“At Sheridan College, we are proud to have some of the brightest, most dedicated student-athletes in all of Wyoming,” said Dr. Paul Young, President of the Northern Wyoming Community College District, which includes Sheridan College.

Troopers Split Two in Casper / Bronc Football Heads to Team Camp / All-Star Hoops Tip Off Tomorrow

TROOPERS BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers split a double header in Casper last night they lost the first game 4-3 and came back and took game two 6-0.

The Troops will play their next several games on the road they are off until road double headers in Sturgis and Mitchell South Dakota next week the road trip will continue at a tournament in Omaha, Nebraska which runs during the College World Series the 16th through the 19th.

The next home games for the Troopers will be June 21st when they host two with the Casper Oilers.

Troopers Open League Play With a Road win in Casper / Bronc Football Opens the Summer Camp Season Sunday / All-Star Basketball in Sheridan Friday Night

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers played a single nine inning road game at the Casper Oilers last night the Troops made it four straight victories with a 13-6 road victory they will look to extended their winning streak tonight when they play two against the Casper Drillers.

Following today's games they will have a few days off before resuming the schedule next week with home dates with Sturgis and Mitchell South Dakota back to back Tuesday and Wednesday those games will start at 5:00 both days and we will broadcast the action from Thorne-Rider stadium on 14-10 KWYO.

Troopers Pick up two more Victories / Rockies Top the Dodgers / Broncs Prepare for Football Team Camp / All-Star Hoops Friday Night at The Hoffman Dome

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers have won three straight after sweeping a double header against the Billings Halos Monday night winning the first game 9-6 and taking the second game 11-1.

Jeff Shanor pitched into the 6th inning, Carl Geertz came on in relief as the Troops scored 3 times in their final at bat to take the 9-6 win in game one, Head coach Ben Phillips says Shanor got the job done and their bats came alive to get the victory.

Troopers Host a Double Header This Afternoon / Simpson Award Nominees Announced / Bronc Football Prepares for Camp / All-Star Hoops This Weekend

AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers went 1-3 on the weekend they dropped two at Rapid City Post 22 by scores of 12-7 and 11-3, Sunday they split at Spearfish losing 3-1 and taking the second game 8-6.

They get back into action this afternoon as they host a double header with the Billings Halos the first pitch will be tossed out at 2:00 and we will broadcast that game live on 14-10 KWYO.

The Sheridan Jets will play a double header at Casper this afternoon.