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Bison Basketball Season Ends, Soccer And Track Up Next

The season for the Buffalo Bison boys' basketball team has ended with a 60-46 loss to the Lander Tigers in their consolation round game at the State Tournament Thursday afternoon.

The Bison, #4 seed from the east, opened against Star Valley, the #1 seed from the west, on Wednesday at Casper College, falling to the Braves 67-49.

Buffalo fell into the consolation bracket where they lost to Lander Thursday.

With the loss, Buffalo's season is now finished.

Lander will move on to the Consolation Championship Game against Powell this morning at 10:30 at Kelly Walsh High School.

Broncs Vs. Kelly Walsh

The Sheridan Broncs beat Kelly Walsh 49 - 48.

Lady Broncs VS Evanston

The Lady Broncs fall to Evanston 39 - 46.

Bison Boys' Season Ends With Two Losses At State

The season for the Buffalo Bison boys' basketball team has ended with a 60-46 loss to the Lander Tigers in their consolation round game at the State Tournament this afternoon.
The Bison opened up their State Tournament with a 67-49 loss to Star Valley yesterday.
With today's loss, Buffalo's season is now finished.
Lander will move on to the Consolation Championship Game tomorrow.

Local Athletes Recieve All-Conference, All-State Awards

Wyopreps.com has released 1A and 2A All-Conference and All-State Teams, compiled by votes cast by the Wyoming Coaches Association, and a number of local kids from Northeast Wyoming were recognized.

Making it to the 1A East All-Conference Boys' Team from Midwest was Adam Van Norman and Chad Rinker. From Kaycee was Marcus Koch, Chase Gosney and Jordan Largent. From NSI was Jon Mason and Isaiah Valero.

The 1A NE Player of the Year was Adam Van Norman of Midwest.
Named to the All-State team from Northeast Wyoming was Adam Van Norman and Jon Mason.

Bison Open State With Loss to Star Valley

The Buffalo Bison basketball team took their #4 seed from the east into their opening game against #1 from the west Star Valley, falling to the Braves 67-49 today at Casper College.

Buffalo now falls into the consolation bracket where they will play Lander, after they lost their opening game to Wheatland 43-33.

The Buffalo/Lander consolation game will be Thursday at noon at the Casper Events Center, with the loser going home and the winner moving on to the Consolation Championship Game.

Buffalo Swim Club Competes At State Meet in Gillette

Front row, left to right: Neil Meders, Nate Holt, Alex Cahhal, Matt Scarlett, Tim Cohoon, Sarah Johnson, Jack Holt, assistant coach Will Robbie. Middle: Head Coach Ed VonHolst, Luci Riddle, Ashlee Webber, Max Kessler, Keegan McDonald. Back row: Macey Johnson, Libby Poley, Porter Wing, Gunnar Poley, Seren Chapin, Alescia Webber, Natalie Cahhal, Hailee Riddle, and Nathan Kessler. Photo courtesy of Lanna Wing Photography. Used by permission.

The Buffalo Swim Club took nineteen swimmers from Buffalo and traveled to Gillette this past weekend to compete in the Wyoming Winter A & B Short Course State Championships.

They brought home two State Champions and a number of other great finishes.

State Championships were won by Nate Holt in the Boys 15-16 200 Backstroke with a time of 2:09.99; and Gunnar Poley in the Boys 11-12 500 Freestyle in a time of 6:01.93 and in the Boys 11-12 200 Freestyle in a time of 2:10.62.

SPRING SPORTS / STATE HOOPS / MWC TOURNAMENT

Kayla Woodward named All Mountain West

SPRING SPORTS - The 2012 high school spring sports season opened yesterday, the Bronc and Lady Bronc soccer season teams hit the field running on a beautiful afternoon coaches Tom Racette and Kevin Riser.

Lady Bronc Head coach Tom Racette says they have several players not in practice this week because of their commitment to the Lady Bronc basketball team as they get ready for their state tournament.

Racette says those girls will fit right into the soccer routine when they get back next week.