WEEKEND LOCAL SPORTS WRAP UP

SHERIDAN HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL - The Bronc and Lady Bronc basketball teams dropped games in Gillette Friday the Lady Broncs lost 55-45 and the Broncs 77-70.

This week they begin the 2nd round of conference play the Lady Broncs will play at Laramie and Cheyenne South while the Broncs host Laramie and South.

TONGUE RIVER BASKETBALL - The Tongue River Eagles and Lady Eagles played Sundance and Rocky Mountain. The Lady Eagles swept both games winning 65-33 and 61-47 to run their record to 18-0.

The Eagles split winning at Sundance 68-46 and dropping the home game against Rocky Mountain 62-38.

BIG HORN BASKETBALL - The Big Horn Rams and Lady Rams split winning at Moorcroft Friday the Lady Rams won 41-18 and Rams beat the Wolves 66-64.On Saturday the Lady Rams lost against Lovell 40-34 and Tams fell 56-51.

This week the Rams and Lady Rams will begin weekend action with games at Tongue River Friday night.

SC BASKETBALL - The Sheridan college Lady Generals won at Northwest college Saturday 88-77 the Generals lost in double overtime 95-91 both teams are off until Saturday when they host games with Central Wyoming.

COWBOY BASKETBALL - The Wyoming Cowboys lost at Colorado state Saturday night, they've lost four straight and will play a non-conference game Wednesday night at Cal-state Bakersfield then play at Boise state Saturday.

COWGIRL BASKETBALL - The Cowgirls beat CSU 82-67, Kayla Woodward led the Cowgirls with 22 points and Fallon Lewis had 10 points in the victory, after the game we sat down with both players.

The Cowgirls are now 6-2 in league play Woodward says they are having a great time this season and it shows with the amount of confidence the team is playing with.

CSU got off to a fast start and led early 11-2 but Woodward says they didn't panic and started a slow comeback that got them a one point halftime lead.

The Cowgirls bumped the lead to 10 quickly in the second half an never looked back.

One of the big reason's they got going in the first half was the play of Fallon Lewis off the bench and she says she's had an interesting journey coming from Tongue River high school then to Sheridan college before signing on to play for the Cowgirls last spring.

And Lewis says the transition to playing with Cowgirls went smooth and she's having a great time.

The Cowgirls are off until Saturday night when they host Boise state.

WRESTLING - The Bronc wrestlers competed in the Riverton invitational over the weekend finishing 14th as a team the lone champion was Cody Delk.

The Broncs host a conference dual with Gillette Thursday night at 7:00 and end the regular season Saturday hosting a dual with Cheyenne Central at 2:00.

SWIMMING - The Bronc swimmers will open their conference meet Friday in Casper at Kelly Walsh high school.

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