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Bison Teams Have Another Busy Weekend

The Buffalo High School Bison athletic teams had another busy weekend with all but the football team in action.

The Bison Golf Team was in the Bighorn Basin for the Powell/Cody Invite. The first round of the tournament was called early due to lightning, so the tournament was an 18-hole event. No Bison golfers finished in the top ten, and the boys team finished seventh out of 10 teams, the girls team finished tied for fourth.

WEEKEND SPORTS WRAP UP

FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Bronc football team beat Cheyenne Central 31-12 Friday night jumping out to a 14-0 halftime lead and building that lead to 31-6 entering the 4th quarter.

Senior running back Jordan Roberts ran for 137 yards and two touchdowns in his first game in a Bronc uniform.

Quarterback Kevin Bakkehaug threw for 162 yards and two scores as the Broncs took the opener Head coach Don Julian.

Broncs vs Cheyenne Central

Riley Ryan shows the ball after catching a nine yard TD pass

Sheridan Broncs beat Cheyenne Central big 31-12.

THE 2011 FOOTBALL SEASON OPENS TONIGHT

FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Bronc football team opens the season tonight at Homer Scott stadium against Cheyenne Central.

We heard a little about the offense yesterday on the defensive side of the ball they must replace 10 of 11 starters Head coach Don Julian.

The Broncs dominated special teams last year returning eight kicks and punts for touchdowns and Julian says this fall again they will make special teams a big part of their success.

THE 2011 FOOTBALL SEASON OPENS TONIGHT

FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Bronc football team opens the season tonight at Homer Scott stadium against Cheyenne Central.

We heard a little about the offense yesterday on the defensive side of the ball they must replace 10 of 11 starters Head coach Don Julian.

The Broncs dominated special teams last year returning eight kicks and punts for touchdowns and Julian says this fall again they will make special teams a big part of their success.

Lady Bison Swimmers Young But Experienced

The Lady Bison Swim team may be young and might be lacking senior leadership, but Coach Ed Von Holst has seen these kids come up the ranks from USA Swimming into middle school and now high school, so they have experience in competition, he said.
He tells us more about the team.
Von Holst said the team has traditionally had good swimmers and he expects many to qualify for State.

BRONC GOLFERS WIN AGAIN

Bronc Senior Kamrin Allen

GOLF - The Bronc golfers win their 21st consecutive tournament winning the Buffalo Invitational Tuesday.

The Broncs took the team title by 54 shots Kamrin Allen was the overall medalist with rounds of 68 and 69.

Chris Cremer was 3rd, Cole Smith was 5th and Jack Mavarakis was 7th, Big Horn Ram Bryce Williams finished in the top ten in 6th place.

The top finisher for the Lady Broncs was Hillary Lindell she finished 6th overall.

This week the Broncs and Lady Broncs will play at tournaments Friday and Saturday in Powell and Cody.

2011 SPORTS SEASON OPENS FOR ALL TEAMS THIS WEEK

BIG HORN FOOTBALL - Nine Tongue River football players have joined to play with Big Horn high school since their season was called off last week.

Eagle's assistant coach Colter Brantz is in charge of helping make the transition smooth for the Eagles players.

Friday is zero week for Big Horn as the Rams will play their exhibition at Thermopolis.

Head coach Bert Dow says not only do they have several new faces on the varsity roster this year in the last few days they've added the Tongue River kids as well.

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