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Bronc wrestlers hit the mat / 2013-14 Hoop season now in full swing

BRONC WRESTLING - The Sheridan Bronc wrestlers open the new season December 6th at a tournament in Powell yesterday was day two in the wrestling room for the Broncs.

Tyson Shatto enters his second season at the Bronc's Head coach and says the turn out this week has been good and he's pleased with the numbers in the wresting room.

They have a couple of weeks to prepare for their first competition, Shatto says they have a lot of tough work to get done before that tournament.

Sheridan Swish Takes First at Tournament in Casper

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L-R: Cole Leech, Dawson Lee, Brock Steel, Alex Sanders, Cody Kilpatrick, Sean Sanders, Michael Greer and Colson Coon (Coaches not pictured: Michelle Meehan and Cody Coon)

The Sheridan Swish basketball team took first place in the 4th grade division at the Power-to-Play tournament in Casper over the weekend.

Sheridan college hoops on the road this week / Cowboys win / Winter Sports underway

SHERIDAN COLLEGE BASKETBALL - The Sheridan college basketball teams play on the road this week. The Lady Generals picked up two more victories over the weekend and sit at 7-1 over all Head coach Frank McCarthy.

They play two games at a tournament at North Idaho community college this week and McCarthy says the competition will be tough which is just what the Lady Generals need right now.

Rams Dominate MV for 2-A football title/ Generals win / Cowgirls take home opener

Cowgirl Senior Fallon Lewis

Christian Mayer scored five times for Big Horn in their 47-22 state title game victory over Mountain View Friday afternoon.

The Sheridan college Generals won 80-59 Friday night against a Colorado all-star team to go 6-0 on the season.

The Lady generals play tonight at 5:00 and the Generals at 7:00 as they finish up the second day of a tournament at the Hoffman dome.

COWGIRL BASKETBALL - The Wyoming Cowgirls overcame a shaky start and beat Montana state in their home opener 72-62.

Kayla Woodward had 17 points and 15 rebounds, Fallon Lewis had 15 points and 11 boards.

Rams Dominate in Championship Game

(Photo by Ron Richter)

The Big Horn Rams football team won the class 2A state championship Friday, defeating Mountain View 47-22. The win gives Big Horn their fourth state championship. Mountain View jumped out to a 6-0 lead after opening the game with an 80 yard drive that took nearly the entire first quarter off of the clock.

Big Horn 2A Football State Champions!!

Big Horn 47, Mountain View 22, Final.

Big Horn vs Mountain View for the 2-A football title today

RAMS FOOTBALL - It's game day for the Big Horn Rams as they take on Mountain View for the 2-A state championship.

You can hear all the action live today on 14-10 KWYO and 87.7 FM starting with the First Federal savings bank pregame show at 11:35 kickoff is at noon.

Head coach Micheal McGuire says playing the title game in Laramie won't effect the Rams at all they been tested several times away from home this season and he says the Rams travel well.

Big Horn prepares for state football experience at War Memorial stadium

RAMS FOOTBALL - The Big Horn Rams state title game with Mountain View is a day away as we continue our preview with Rams Head coach Micheal McGuire.

McGuire won a state title as the coach at Riverside but that was back in the day of host sites this will be his first trip back to War Memorial stadium as a Head coach.

And McGuire says the atmosphere inside the stadium gives the players a tremendous experience.

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