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SHERIDAN AND BIG HORN STATE FOOTBALL PREVIEW

Swarming Bronc Defense

STATE CHAMPIONSHIP FOOTBALL - The Wyoming state football championships will be played in Laramie Friday and Saturday there will be two games Friday with Snake River playing Hanna-Elk Mountain in the 6-Man game at noon.

The Buffalo Bison will take on the Douglas Bearcats in the 3-A game at 3:00.

There will be three games Saturday starting with the Big Horn Rams playing Thermopolis at 10:00.

The 1-A final will kickoff at 1:00 and will have Cokeville against Lusk followed by the Sheridan Broncs and Natrona county Mustangs at 4:00.

SRD MEN'S VOLLEYBALL RESULTS AND STANDINGS

1. ERIN DEFRIES FARM BUREAU 2-0
2. KUBOTA 1-1
3. WYO REHAB 1-1
4. EXTERRAN 0-2

RESULTS OF GAMES FROM MON. 11/8/10!

ERIN DEFRIES OVER WYO REHAB
25-6, 25-17

EXTERRAN OVER KUBOTA
26-24, 24-26,25-22

The Sheridan college Generals basketball team opens the 2010-11 season tonight

THE 2010-11 Generals

SHERIDAN COLLEGE GENERALS BASKETBALL - The Sheridan college Generals basketball team will open their season tonight with a road game up to Little Big Horn Community college.

Generals Head coach Steve Smiley says after five weeks of practice it's nice to finally have a game to play. And what will the Head coach be looking for in his team tonight.

The Broncs, Rams and Bison advance to the Wyoming state football championships

Alex Welch heads to the endzone as the broncs advance to the 4-A state title game

SHERIDAN BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs blew out Cheyenne East 46-12 Friday night to advance to the 4-A state title game. The Broncs piled up over 500 yards of total offense to get back into the state championship game for the 2nd straight year.

Head coach Don Julian says they got their running game rolling early and that was huge factor in the outcome.

The Broncs earned the right to defend their 2009 state championship Julian says the players and coaches teamed together to get back into the state title game.

BRONCS AND BISON ADVANCE IN THE FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS

BRONC SEMI FINAL FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs blew out Cheyenne East 46-12 Friday night to advance to the 4-A state title game.

The Broncs earned the right to defend their 2009 state championship piling up over 500 yards of offense they had three touchdown runs over 60 yards with two coming for Alex Welch.

The Broncs will play the winner of today's game with Gillette at Natrona county.

The 4-A state championship will be played at War Memorial stadium in Laramie at 4:00 next Saturday. we will broadcast the game live for you on AM 14-10 KWYO and 95.9 FM.

Buffalo shocks Broncs in OT win at Cody

The Buffalo Bison travelled to Cody last night to take on the Broncs in a Class 3A playoff game.
Buffalo and Cody played to a 21-21 tie at the end of regulation, sending the game to overtime.
Cody won the coin toss and chose to play defense first.
The Bison took the ball on the Broncs' 10-yard line but were unable to score a touchdown and settled for a field goal to take a 24-21 lead.
Cody then had their turn on offense, and the Bison kept the Broncs out of the end zone on three straight plays.

THE SEMI'S ARE FINALLY HERE SHERIDAN AND BUFFALO PLAY TONIGHT, BIG HORN WILL PLAY TOMORROW

BRONCS / EAST TONIGHT 6:00

BRONC PLAYOFF FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs host Cheyenne East tonight in the 4-A semi-finals a victory would give the Broncs a chance to defend their 2009 state title.

Head coach Don Julian says at this time of year all the chips are on the table.

Julian says the players did a good job this week of shaking off last week's performance against Kelly Walsh and did a good job a preparing to face a very good T-Bird team.

ONE DAY AWAY FROM THE SEMI FINALS

THE BRONCS AND T-BRIDS TEE IT UP TOMORROW NIGHT

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs host Cheyenne East tomorrow night in one 4-A semi final the Broncs beat East way back in week two but the T-Birds are coming off a big week last week and Head coach Don Julian says the T-Birds have a really good team.

It's a big night for the Broncs as they look to get a chance to defend their state title from last year Julian says their is nothing like high school football playoff atmosphere.