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THE SHERIDAN COLLEGE BASKETBALL TEAMS SEE PRESEASON ACTION THIS WEEK

SC HOOPS OPEN EXHIBITION PLAY THIS WEEK

GENERALS BASKETBALL - The Sheridan college Generals have four returners from last year's region nine runner up Head coach Steve Smiley has also welcomed in a talented freshmen class that are sure to entertain fans this season.

The Generals will be in Spearfish, South Dakota Sunday for scrimmages against Black Hills state, the South Dakota school of mines and Dickinson state from North Dakota.

UW club hockey will play in Gillette Friday / Saturday (Two former Sheridan Hawks are on the Wyoming roster)

The University of Wyoming Cowboys hockey team will open their season in Gillette Friday at 7 pm and will play a second game on Saturday at 5 pm.

The Gillette Hockey Association will present two University of Wyoming games against the Montana State University Hell Cats at the Wyoming Center’s Spirit Hall Ice Arena. Among the players are Sheridan’s Craig Luplow and Mitch Nelson. This is Craig’s third year of varsity play and Mitch’s second; Mitch was the team’s leading scorer last season.

Tickets are $10 and will be sold at the Spirit Hall Ice Arena at the Cam-plex.

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Sheridan's Brynne Gardner goes to her knees to set, not #13 Kayla Woodward nor #14 Kindle Kirkham, but to set Stephany Sessions who came in on a fake hit and slammed the ball past Casper Kelly Walsh Trojan Fallyn Griffin for a point in Saturday action at

LADY BRONC VOLLEYBALL - The Sheridan Lady Bronc volleyball team split matches winning their homecoming match Friday 3-1 over Laramie and then taking Kelly Walsh to the limit Saturday before falling in five games.

The Lady Broncs led 2-1 before Kelly Walsh took control Lady Broncs Head coach Wendy Ruby says they were in a great position to win the match but couldn't finish off the Trojans.

The regular season ends this weekend on the road at the Cheyenne schools and Ruby says it's time to finish strong and get ready for the regional tournament in

BRONCS WIN HOMECOMING AND BIG HORN STAYS UNBEATEN

Broncs upend Red Devils

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs returned two kickoffs for touchdowns and converted two Evanston 4th quarter turnovers into scores and beat the Red Devils 45-23. The Broncs are now 6-1 and will play at Cheyenne Central next Friday.

EAGLES FOOTBALL - The Tongue River Eagles lost another heart breaker Friday, Newcastle converted a 4th quarter 2-point conversion and beat the Eagles 8-6. The Eagles will host the "Thunder Bowl" next week against Big Horn.

THERE'S BIG GAME TONIGHT AT HOMER SCOTT STADIUM

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs host Evanston tonight both teams are 5-1 and the winner will have the upper hand in gaining home field advantage in the playoffs.

As far as the opponent tonight Broncs Head coach Don Julian says the Red Devils have a really good ball club this year.

Both teams are tied with Gillette behind Casper Natrona in the 4-A standings and Julian says Sheridan and Evanston are similar in several ways.

SRD LITTLE GUY FOOTBALL PLAYOFF RESULTS

Vikings-12
Dolphins- 0

Jets-12 5 OT
Saints-9

Last night of games will be 10/12

Consolation 5:30
Vikings vs Jets

Championship 6:45
Broncos vs Cardinals

BRONCS AND RED DEVILS GEARING UP FOR A BIG 4-A FOOTBALL SHOWDOWN

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs host Evanston tomorrow night for homecoming both teams are 5-1 and the winner will have the upper hand in gaining home field advantage in the playoffs.

Broncs Head coach Don Julian says the coaches want the players to enjoy the week's activities but make sure they're ready to get down to business tomorrow night.

With the Broncs and Red Devils both with 5-1 records the game is a big for the winner as far as playoff position.

SRD LITTLE GUY FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS RESULTS

Cardinals-12
Colts-0

Broncos-8
Packers-0

Broncos vs Cardinals next Tuesday for Championship.

Bottom bracket

Tonight:10/06/10

Vikings vs Dolphins

Saints vs Jets

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