Thursday, January 7th

BRONC SWIMMING AND DIVING - Bronc swimmers and divers host a double dual this evening with Worland and Gillette. That's head coach Larry White. He says the Broncs are excited to see Gillette today, because for the first time in many years, they have a shot to knock off the Camels in this dual. Events begin at 4:00 in the Sheridan Junior High pool.

BRONC WRESTLING - The Bronc wrestlers will compete this week after all. They had their dual with Kelly Walsh scheduled for tomorrow canceled Wednesday, but they did get into a tournament at the last minute yesterda. They will compete in the Douglas Invitational this weekend -- head coach Terry Burgess.

The Broncs traditionally haven't attended this tournament, but Burgess says it's a great tournament, loaded with good teams.

BRONC AND LADY BRONC BASKETBALL - The Bronc and Lady Bronc basketball teams play Star Valley tonight. The games are being played in Riverton at Central Wyoming College. Lady Broncs' head coach Derek Bissitt says three games in three days is just what they need. After a couple of weeks off, the players are anxious to get back on the court.

The Broncs are also chomping at the bit to get back into action. Head coach Mike Ibach says Star Valley should be a good opponent for the Broncs tonight.

After going 2-1 and a tournament in Green River before the holidays, Ibach says they want a stronger performance this week.

We will broadcast both games live tonight on AM 1410 KWYO and 95.9 FM. The Lady Broncs go at 6:00; the Broncs follow at 7:30. Tomorrow they have the same schedule against Riverton, and Saturday they finish off the weekend against Evanston at 3:00 and 4:30.

RAMS / EAGLES BASKETBALL - The Big Horn Rams and Lady Rams host games with Wright tomorrow, while the Tongue River Eagles and Lady Eagles will be on the road at Moorcroft.

GENERALS AND LADY GENERALS BASKETBALL The Sheridan College Generals and Lady Generals have games at the Hoffman Dome tomorrow against Central Wyoming at 5:30 and 7:30. Saturday they host games with Western Wyoming at 3:00 and 5:00.

UW BASKETBALL - The Wyoming Cowboys dropped their Mountain West Conference opener at home last night against CSU. The Rams led wire-to-wire in the 83-73 win. Cody's Adam Waddell led the Cowboys scoring attack with 18 points.

Next up for the Cowboys is another Conference home game Saturday afternoon against San Diego State. Broadcast time is 3:30, and it will be broadcast live on our sister station 95.9 FM.

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