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SRD MEN'S VOLLEYBALL

SHERIDAN RECREATION DISTRICT
MEN’S 2010-2011 VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS

ERIN DEFRIES FARM BUREAU 1-0
KUBOTA 0-1
WYO REHAB 1-0
EXTERRAN 1-0

RESULTS OF GAMES FROM MON. 11/1/10!

ERIN DEFRIES OVER KUBOTA 25-15 / 25-11

EXTERRAN OVER WYO.REHAB 25-10 / 25-22

FOOTBALL SEMI-FINAL TICKET PRICES

The Semi-final football game with Cheyenne East will be Friday night at 6 pm at Homer Scott Field. Prices once again are set by the state and will be $5 for adults and $3 for students. Only WHSAA passes will work at the gate, SHS passes do not work for admittance. SHS will once again pre-sell tickets this week at the high school office.

Ticket Prices for the Big Horn vs Greybull Semi-final football game will cost $5 for adults and $3 for students.
The game will be played Saturday afternoon at 1:00 at Big Horn high school.

ALL CONFERENCE / ALL STATE VOLLEYBALL SELECTIONS AND WEEK TWO OF THE FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS

Lady Bronc Kayla Woodward makes 4-A All-State

ALL-STATE / ALL-CONFERENCE VOLLEYBALL - The Sheridan Lady Bronc volleyball team had one all state team selection and two all conference selections.

Making the East all-conference team were Kayla Woodward and Stephanie Sessions, Woodward was also named to the 4-A all-state team.

The Big Horn Lady Rams had three all-conference selections they were Katie Van Hoosier, Mali Wright and Kori Puckett, Wright and Van Hoosier were also named to the 2-A all-state team.

The Tongue River Lady Eagles had two players make the all-northeast conference team they were Kim Caywood and Katie Ferguson.

STATE VOLLEYBALL, SWIMMING AND FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS

The Bronc's Dawson Osborn makes the tackle in the endzone that started the Bronc rally

STATE VOLLEYBALL - The Big Horn Lady Rams finished 3rd at the state volleyball tournament. They beat Sundance in five games to win the consolation bracket. that ended their three year reign as 2-A state champs.

The Sheridan Lady Broncs won their first match but lost in the semi-finals and were eliminated from the tournament one game away from the consolation final by Evanston in four games.

The Arvada/Clearmont Lady Panthers lost two straight and were eliminated from the tournament Friday.

Broncs Win a Close Game Friday Night, While Big Horn Dominates on the Gridiron

The Sheridan Broncs needed every bit of the clock to pull out the win late in the 4th quarter against the Kelly Walsh Trojans Friday night at Homer Scott Stadium. The Broncs trailed late in the game before scoring late twice to win by a final of 10-3. The Broncs will now host Cheyenne East in the semi-finals next week.

STATE VOLLEYBALL, SWIMMING AND FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS

Lady Broncs advance to the semi finals today

STATE VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS - The Lady Broncs, Lady Rams and the Arvada/Clearmont Lady Panthers opened the state volleyball championships at the Casper events center yesterday both Sheridan and Big Horn advanced into the semi finals.

The Lady Broncs beat Star Valley in four games and will meet Rock Springs in the semi finals today at 4:30. Rock Springs took care of Laramie in their first game.

The Big Horn Lady Rams beat Lovell in four games as well and will play Rocky Mountain in the semi's at 4:30. Rocky beat Pine Bluffs to advance.

PLAYOFF FOOTBALL BEGINS TOMORROW AND SOME HOOPS SATURDAY NIGHT

The 2010 - 2011 Sheridan college Generals

GENERALS BASKETBALL - The Sheridan college Generals open the new basketball season November 9th but Head coach Steve Smiley and the Generals are giving you a chance to get a preview look at this year's team. They will host an exhibition game with free admission Saturday night in the Hoffman dome. A couple of familiar names will be playing against the Generals.

Smiley says they coaches have been pleased with the teams progress over the last month of preseason work-outs and
scrimmages.

SHERIDAN AND BIG HORN HEAD INTO THE FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs will host Casper Kelly Walsh in the 4-A football playoffs Friday night.

The Broncs are the two seed with a record of 7-2 overall Head coach Don Julian says this year's Bronc team has been through a lot with injuries and other adversity and have come through it well.

He's says the players did get through a lot of negatives during the regular season but there have been many more good things.