BRONC / LADY BRONC BASKETBALL - The Sheridan high school basketball teams moved to 3-0 on the season with victories Saturday over Riverton.
The Lady Broncs had no problem against a young and rebuilding Lady Wolverine team building up at 40-5 halftime lead and winning it 72-13 Head coach Sean Yeager says the Lady Broncs did a good job of staying focused in a game where didn't get much of a challenge.
Their top seven sat out almost half of third and all of the 4th quarter and Yeager says it was good to see their younger players finish the game so strong. Junior Selena Kelly had a game high 13 points off the bench all coming in the second half.
The Broncs had a tougher challenge and they knew Riverton was bringing in a pretty good team Saturday. The Wolverines jumped all over the Broncs and led through three quarters but the Broncs stayed close and unleashed a ferocious 4th quarter and posted a 62-56 come from behind victory Head coach Mike Ibach.
Senior Riley Ryan was awesome scoring 30 points in bringing the Broncs back.
Both teams now head to Green River this week for the annual "Flaming Gorge Classic" tournament Thursday through Saturday.
TR / BH BASKETBALL - The Tongue River Eagles and Lady Eagles had a pretty good weekend winning 3 out of 4 games and the Big Horn Rams and Lady Rams had a successful weekend as well.
The Lady Eagles beat Rocky Mountain 51-31 and Riverside 64-33 the Eagles beat Rocky Friday 52-44 and lost against Riverside 52-40 Saturday.
The Lady Rams swept three games beating Southeast in a close game 42-39 then blowing out Kaycee and Glenrock.
The Rams beat Glenrock 48-42, Thermopolis 73-58 and lost against Greybull 55-37.
A/C BASKETBALL - The Arvada / Clearmont Lady Panthers lost to Little Snake River 58-35 but got two victories beating Rock River and Hanna / Elk Mountain.
The Panthers went 1-2 winning against Chugwater 52-50 and dropping games with Little Snake and Rock River.
BRONC WRESTLING - The Bronc wrestlers finished tied for 6th at the Rapid City Invitational and had one overall champion as Senior Clay Carter won his second consecutive event.
COWBOY BASKETBALL - The Wyoming basketball Cowboys picked up a big road win at Colorado Friday 65-54. The Pokes are 8-1 off to their best start in four years.
COWGIRL BASKETBALL - The Cowgirls beat Maryville college 68-60 and stand at 2-6 on the season former Lady Bronc Kayla Woodward led the way for Wyoming with 15 points and 8 rebounds.
DENVER BRONCOS - The Denver Broncos unleashed "Tebow Time" on the Chicago Bears Sunday with ten points in the final two minutes to force overtime and then win it on a 51 yard field goal from Matt Prater, Prater sent the game into overtime with a 59 yarder with three seconds to play in regulation.
COWBOY FOOTBALL - The Wyoming football Cowboys end their season Saturday facing Temple in the New Mexico Bowl we will have the game live for you on 14-10 KWYO and 95.9 FM. The broadcast will begin with the Cowboy pregame show at 11:00 with kickoff scheduled for noon.