UW BASKETBALL - Today we wrap up our conversations with University of Wyoming basketball coaches.
Cowgirl Head coach Joe Legerski it was difficult to see the cowgirls get a post season tournament snub after a 20 win season.
Legerski talks about off season needs and the players they are bringing in to join the Cowgirls this fall.
The Cowboys season turned this past season when leading scorer and rebounder Larry Nance Jr. was lost for the season with an ACL injury, Head coach Larry Shyatt says Nance's outlook for the coming season is good.
And Shaytt says this year's recruiting class will be very important for the Pokes moving to the next level.
BRONC / LADY BRONC SOCCER - The SHS soccer teams they have Cheyenne Central and East on the schedule the Broncs will play at home. Game times today are at 4:00 and 6:00.
TRACK AND FIELD - The all-class Wyoming track classic is today in Casper.
The meet it's the Wyoming all star meet with athletes from all classes competing against one another.
Eight athletes from Sheridan county will compete today six from Sheridan high school and two from Big Horn.
All of our Sheridan county teams will compete tomorrow in the Casper invitational.
SHS TRACK SIGNING - Sheridan high school Senior Aaron Campbell signed a national letter of intent Thursday to compete in track and field at the South Dakota school of mines.
Campbell has been and inspiration for all student athletes and his coaches during his high school career, he's had multiple ACL injuries since his freshmen year and was able to come back each time to compete.
Sheridan Head coach Art Bauers says Campbell's journey has been amazing and his dedication and hard work has paid off.
TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers play their season opening double header Sunday afternoon at the Billings Halos.
The Troops home opener is May 11th they will play a double header with the Billings Royals.
ROCKIES BASEBALL - The Colorado Rockies beat the New York Mets 7-4 at Coors field last night, they play again tonight the first pitch is at 6:40 live on 87.7 FM ESPN radio.