THREE ADVANCE TO 2-A STATE BASKETBALL

THREE ADVANCE TO 2-A STATE BASKETBALL

2-A / 1-A REGIONAL BASKETBALL - The Big Horn basketball teams head to state this week along with the Tongue River Lady Eagles.

The Tongue River Eagles season ended Saturday along with NSI and Arvada/Clearmont.

The Big Horn Lady Rams advanced by beating the Tongue River Lady Eagles in the East regional championship game Saturday in Newcastle.

It was another classic post season game between the two as Big Horn won 39-36. The Lady Rams will have a one seed at the state tournament and will open with Greybull Thursday evening at 6:00.

The Lady Eagles will have a two seed and will play Wyoming Indian Thursday morning at 10:30.

The Big Horn Rams remain unbeaten and now stand at 25-0 sweeping three games at the regional winning the title game Saturday night against Lusk 48-34.

The Rams open the state tournament Thursday at noon against Rocky Mountain.

The tongue river eagles were eliminated from the regional tournament Saturday in a 53-47 loss against Burns.

The 1-A East regional was played in Douglas the NSI Wolves were eliminated in two games after loses against Midwest and Upton.

The A/C Lady Panthers dropped their first round game against Midwest Thursday then beat Hulett Friday and were eliminated Saturday by Chugwater 42-34.

2-A STATE LIVE BROADCAST SCHEDULE (THURSDAY) - We will broadcast all three games at the state tournament

Thursday the Tongue River Lady Eagles play at 10:30 and the Big Horn Rams at noon back to back on AM 14-10 KWYO.

The Lady Rams game Thursday night at 6:00 will be broadcast live on 95.9 FM.

LADY BRONC BASKETBALL - The Sheridan Lady Broncs split their road games in Cheyenne winning big at Central and losing in the final minute at East Saturday.

They do have the number one seed heading into this week's regional tournament in Sheridan. they have a first round bye and will play Friday evening at 7:00.

Head coach Derek Bissitt says they had a tough match up with East's size Saturday. He says the girls made a great comeback in the closing minute of the game but just fell short.

Match-ups for the regional tournament will be announced later this morning.

BRONC BASKETBALL - The Broncs finished the regular season strong beating the Cheyenne schools Head coach Mike Ibach.

And with the way the Broncs finished up the regular season schedule they are ready to face the challenge of the post season.

They will play either Kelly Walsh or Cheyenne Central Thursday at 5:30.

We will broadcast the Bronc game for you live Thursday night at 5:30 on AM 14-10 KWYO.

STATE WRESTLING - The Sheridan Bronc wrestlers finished 6th at the state tournament Saturday. In all three Broncs made the finals all would end as the runner-up and in total six broncs all placed.

Clay Carter, Trevor Goss and Lucas Giesey all made the finals but lost to finish the tournament in 2nd place. Derek Berrittini finished 4th at 119, Jay Sandvig was 5th at 135 and Andrew Lobach was 6th at 145.

STATE SWIMMING / DIVING - The Sheridan Bronc swimmers finished 8th in the 4-A state championships senior Taylor Speigelberg ended his high school career with two all state finishes in the 200 and 500 free.

Nick Groshart ended his high school swimming with a 4th place finish in the 50 free.

INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD - The Bronc and Lady Bronc indoor track teams had their final regular season meet Saturday in Gillette.

Lady Bronc Hunter Vineyard won the high jump, Mikayla Will took the long jump and Mckensie Butcher took the shot put.

For the Broncs Dylan Morin has the 3200 meters as his specialty he holds the current indoor and outdoor school record in that race,Saturday he set a new school record in the 800 meters by almost 6 full seconds. The old record was set by Kevin Hale back in 2002.

Now it's onto the Wyoming state indoor championships this weekend in Gillette.

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