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Bronc / Lady Bronc tennis and golf today / Bronc football on the road Friday / Big Horn and TR football open Friday

BRONC / LADY BRONC TENNIS - The Bronc and Lady Bronc tennis are back in action today hosting matches with Kelly Walsh, matches begin this afternoon at 3:00.

GOLF - The Bronc and Lady Bronc golfers will tee it up today and Friday at the Buffalo invitational.

The Tongue River and Big Horn golfers will play at an invitational in Wright tomorrow.

X-COUNTRY - The Bronc and Lady Bronc cross country runners will compete in the Billings invitational tomorrow and the Tongue River cross country runners will also run in Billings,

Bronc / Lady Bronc tennis split in Casper / SHS X-Country off to good start / Big week of football coming up

TENNIS - The Bronc and Lady Bronc tennis players split duals with Natrona county Tuesday, the Broncs shut out NC 5-0 while the Lady Broncs fell 4-1 both teams get back into action tomorrow hosting matches with Kelly Walsh, matches begin at 3:00 at Sheridan high school.

X-COUNTRY - The Bronc and Lady Bronc cross country runners had a good opening weekend of competition in Buffalo winning both team titles, this week they head to Billings to run in a big invitational Friday.

Head coach Art Bauers it was a very good opening race for all the runners.

Don King Days Polo

Monday at Don King Days – the finals of the Don King Days tournament.

G-String Divas defeated Tito’s 10-7.

MVP was Shane Rice for G-String Divas.

Best Playing Pony was “Juana” played by James P. Uihlein.

G-String Divas:

#1 Katie Connell

#2 Kristine Dalton

#3 Gillian Johnston

#4 Shane Rice

Tito’s:
#1 DeeDee Connell / Annie Ahern

#2 James P. Uihlein

#3 Wayne Garrison

#4 Joe Wayne Barry

Broncs / Cowboys win football openers / Broncos open at home Sunday / SHS Tennis in action today

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Bronc football team beat Laramie Friday night 49-6 in winning their regular season opener.

They scored seven touchdowns including an interception return of 60 yards from Joe Shassetz and Coy Steel had a 65 yard punt return for another, after the victory Head coach Don Julian.

It took a half, they were up 23-0 at the half then took control of the game and put Laramie away.

Bronc football wins big / Cowboys host Montana today

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Bronc football team beat Laramie Friday night 49-6 in winning their regular season opener.

The Broncs scored seven touchdowns including an interception return of 60 yards from Joe Shassetz for a score and Coy Steel had a 65 yard punt return for another.

Next week the Broncs will be on the road at Kelly Walsh in Casper.

In other 4-A action Gillette beat KW 54-0, Natrona county beat Cheyenne Central 48-20, Cheyenne East beat Rock Springs 34-15 and Evanston held off Cheyenne South 21-17.

Bronc Football: Season Opener Broadcast

Join us on 1410 KWYO and 87.7 FM ESPN Radio, or on our online stream for the first Bronc football game of the season.

Trevor Jackson will be broadcasting live, bringing you all of the play-by-play action as the Sheridan Broncs open the season against the Laramie Plainsmen.



FINAL Score:
Broncs:49
Laramie:6

Bronc football opens tonight / Pokes go tomorrow / Broncos whip Cowboys

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Bronc football team will play at home tonight as we continue our preview with Head coach Don Julian.

The Broncs have very good depth at the skill positions this fall and Julian says it's nice to have all that speed and quickness.

The Broncs knocked Laramie out of the playoffs in the quarter final last year and Julian believes the Plainsmen will be a much improved team this season.

And finally Julian talks about the Broncs keys to success tonight.

Broncs v Laramie Tomorrow / Pokes v Griz Saturday / Broncos at Cowboys tonight

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Bronc football team will play at home tomorrow night as we continue our conversation with Head coach Don Julian.

The Broncs had a very good off season of workouts to prepare for the coming season, along with camps and weight training the team does a lot of volunteer work together over the summer and Julian says that's all part of being a good student and a good person.

And Julian says the Broncs as a whole have developed good toughness with their work during the last three weeks.

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