BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs continue to roll, winning their fourth in a row and ending Gillette's 24-game home winning streak. Austin Woodward scored on a 70-yard run, a 65-yard interception return and threw an 8-yard touchdown pass to TJ Stender as the Broncs jumped out to a 21-0 lead. Gillette closed to 21-14, but the Broncs got a safety to take a 23-14 halftime lead, which stood up as neither team scored in the second half.
It's Homecoming Week at Sheridan High School this week. The Broncs will host Laramie Friday night, with a community tailgate party starting at 5:30. US Bank will give out nerf footballs to the first 150 kids, plus there will be other giveaways, lots of food, fun and football Friday night at Homer Scott Stadium.
RAMS FOOTBALL - The Big Horn Rams ran into a motivated Glenrock Herders team Frida. The game started as a shootout, but the Rams fell off the pace and Glenrock went on to win the game 48-27. The Rams play at Thermopolis Friday.
EAGLES FOOTBALL - The Tongue River Eagles fell behind 19-7 in the 1st quarter of their game at Burns Friday. Both teams scored once in the second half, as Burns kept the Eagles winless 27-14. This week, the Eagles will play at home; that will be the first game of our live broadcast double-header. The Eagles host Wright, with kick-off set for 2 o'clock on AM 1410 KWYO.
WOLVES FOOTBALL - The NSI Wolves played at Hulett Friday, the Red Devils scored 27 points in the 1st quarter. They led 47-6 at halftime and cruised to a 60-20 win. This week NSI will play Southeast Saturday afternoon. The teams meet in Casper to play the game.
UW - The Wyoming Cowboys opened Mountain West Conference play, coming from behind to beat UNLV Saturday. The Pokes got a field goal with 3:20 to play to beat the Rebels 30-27. The Cowboys are now 2-2 on the season, and will play at Florida Atlantic Saturday afternoon.
NFL - The Denver Broncos went to 3-0 with a 23-3 win at Oakland yesterday. This week the Broncos will play at home against Dallas.
GOLF - State golf tournaments concluded the fall season Saturday. At the 4-A Tournament, Evanston jumped out to a 19-shot lead over the Sheridan Broncs. Evanston's lead was too much to over come. The Broncs did close in, but had to settle for a 2nd place finish, nine shots out of the lead. Kamrin Allen was 5th and Cameron Lindell was 6th. The Lady Broncs finished 6th overall.
The Tongue River Eagles were 4th at the 2-A State Tournament at Devils Tower. Brock Hovey was the Eagles top finisher in 6th place.
TENNIS - Regional tennis tournaments were also played over the weekend. The Lady Broncs finished 2nd; Emily Holst won the girls #1 Singles. The Broncs were 6th: Seth Stadick won the #1 Singles Consolation final. The State Championships open Thursday in Cheyenne.
VOLLEYBALL - The Sheridan Lady Bronc volleyball team lost in the finals in their bracket at the Casper Invitational Saturday to Kelly Walsh. The Big Horn Lady Rams had a good showing in Casper -- the 2-time defending 2-A State Champs took the Consolation final in their bracket, beating Rawlins Saturday.
Tomorrow the Lady Broncs host a conference match with Gillette; the varsity is scheduled to begin at 7 o'clock. And Saturday, the Lady Broncs will host the one-day border war event. The 1st Annual event will have Sheridan, Gillette and the Casper schools playing matches against Billings Senior, Billings West and Skyview along with Bozeman, Montana.
The Lady Rams will play at Thermopolis Friday and at home with Sundance Saturday.
The Tongue River Lady Eagles lost a match at Wright Friday. This week they play at tournaments in the Big Horn Basin, hosted by Riverside and Greybull high schools.
CROSS-COUNTRY - The Lady Bronc cross-country runners finished 3rd at the Rapid City Invitational Friday. Dana Morin and Lela Carpenter continue to dominate, finishing 1st and 2nd overall. The Broncs finished 3rd; Dylan Morin was 4th; Seth Ulvestad was 15th. Saturday they run at the Billings Invitational.