Sports

Bison Gridders Face Star Valley On Friday

The Buffalo Bison football team was in Rawlins Friday night to take on the Outlaws. The game was over by the end of the first quarter. Literally.
Due to a lighting problem at the field, the game was called late in the first quarter with the Bison up 21-0.
After a number of attempts failed to get the lighting fixed, officials called the game.
Collin Rodriguez ran for two scores and threw for the third to Kaleb Rodriguez before the game ended.

Friday Sports Recap: Broncs Win Big, Rams Fall

Jordan Roberts scores against Kelly Walsh during the Broncs 55-14 over the Trojans on Oct. 14. (Stan Woinoski)

The Sheridan Broncs pitched a second half shutout in Cheyenne to finish the regular season 8-1 and will host Rock Springs next Friday as the No. 2 seed in the 4A playoffs.

Buffalo/Rawlins Game Called Due to Lighting Failure, Bison Get 3-Seed

Friday night's game between Buffalo and Rawlins was called late in the first quarter due to a lighting problem at one end of the field that could not be fixed.
Buffalo was ahead 21-0 at the time.
It is unsure at this time whether the game will be officially in the books or whether it will be played Monday. Discussions were leaning toward the teams playing the game Monday in Casper.
Buffalo, due to Riverton losing to Lander 24-22, will get the #3 seed in the 3A East.

ANOTHER GREAT WEEKEND IS HERE IN LOCAL SPORTS

Fallon Lewis commits to the Wyoming Cowgirls

LADY GENERALS HOOPS - Sheridan college basketball player Fallon Lewis committed verbally late Wednesday to play basketball for the Wyoming Cowgirls next season.

Lewis was a multi year All-state player at Tongue River high school and then joined the Lady Generals after graduation last fall leading the Lady Generals in scoring as a freshmen.

Lady Generals Head coach Frank McCarthy says Lewis' story from high school now to division one basketball is impressive.

Busy Weekend for Jo Co Athletes

Buffalo and Kaycee athletes will have another busy weekend starting on Friday as the volleyball, football and swim teams all competing.
In volleyball, the 1A East Tournament will get underway in Torrington with matches at the high school and middle school.
The winner of the 9am play-in match between Glendo and Midwest will then turn around and face number one seed in the east Kaycee at noon at the high school.
Number three seed Arvada-Clearmont will play Rock River beginning at noon at the middle school.

RAMS / BRONCS BOTH ON THE ROAD TO CLOSE OUT THE FOOTBALL REGULAR SEASON

RAMS PLAY AT NEWCASTLE FRIDAY

RAMS FOOTBALL - The Big Horn Rams will close out their regular season at Newcastle Friday night. You can hear the Rams regular season finale live on 95.9 FM kickoff is scheduled for 7:00.

The Rams took last week off after receiving a forfeit for the Tongue River game and Head coach Bert Dow says the timing was perfect for the rams to get some missing players back on the field.

The game at Newcastle tomorrow is for second place in the conference and a home game next week in the first round of the playoffs.

SRD ADULT FLAG FOOTBALL SCORES AND STANDINGS

SHERIDAN RECREATION DISTRICT
2011 ADULT FLAG FOOTBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS!
SUMMIT REALTY GROUP 7-0

WYO VISION 6-1

ATLANTIC ROOFING 2-5

THE WOODS 4-3

BIG HORN BEVERAGE/HAIR DESIGN BY LAURI 1-6

PONY GRILL & BAR 1-6

RESULTS

THE WOODS 7 BIG HORN BEVERAGE 0

SUMMIT REALTY GROUP 82 PONY GRILL & BAR 28

WYO VISION 38 ATLANTIC ROOFING 24

Sheridan College Rodeo Standings

An update on the standings, Sheridan college Men’s team is currently 9th place, with Casper College and UW leading the standings.

The women’s team is 11th place with CWC and NJC in first and second.

Jake Mangis is in 6th place in the team roping, which is very good considering we have been averaging 95 teams at our last 5 rodeos.

He is one of our best competitors and has a good chance to qualify for the CNFR, since his team roping partner had to sit out 3 rodeos at the start of the year, they have placed at every rodeo since they started roping together.