BRONC / LADY BRONC BASKETBALL - The Broncs lost at Billings Skyview Friday night but came back to win a double over time thriller against Natrona county Saturday.
The Broncs are 9-3 overall after beating the Mustangs 68-61 in double overtime Head coach Mike Ibach.
Conference play begins this week with games at Laramie and Kelly Walsh and Ibach says they had a good first half and have two big games this weekend.
The Lady Broncs beat Skyview 71-30 Friday and went to Casper Saturday. The Fillies were giving the Lady Broncs all they wanted in the first half.
Kayla Woodward hit a three pointer to beat the buzzer to end the first half to give the Lady Broncs a 25-24 lead.
The second half was all Lady Broncs as they outscored NC 49-22 to win 74-46 Kayla Woodward had 32 points to lead the way they Lady Broncs now at 12-0 on the season Head coach Derek Bissitt.
And he says the game with the Fillies was a game they were really looking because they knew how tough they would be on the road.
Now the Lady Broncs begin conference play with Laramie and Kelly Walsh coming to Sheridan this week and the run for a conference title begins Friday night.
BIG HORN / TONGUE RIVER BASKETBALL - The Big Horn Rams and Lady Rams swept victories Friday from Tongue River the Lady Rams won 49-32 the Rams took down the Eagles 68-53.
The Rams and Lady Rams picked up road wins at Kaycee Saturday the Lady Rams winning 42-29 to go to 14-0, the Rams beat Kaycee 60-52.
The Tongue River teams came back with wins over Riverside Saturday the Eagles won over in Basin 60-44 while the Lady Eagles handled the Rebels in Dayton 52-31.
BRONC WRESTLING - The Sheridan Bronc wrestlers finished 9th at the Cowboy invitational in Miles City over the weekend for the Broncs Clay Carter, Trevor Goss, Derek Berritini and Lucas Giesey all placed.
INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD - The Bronc and Lady Bronc track teams opened their indoor season at a meet at Black Hills state University in Spearfish. No team scores were kept, first place winners included Monica Neavill in the 3200 meters, Hunter vineyard in the high jump and McKensie Butcher in the shot put.
For the Broncs Taylor Heaps won the 800 meters and Brendon Byron took the 3200 meters.