BRONC / LADY BRONC BASKETBALL - The Sheridan high school basketball teams finished up play Saturday at the Wast / West shoot out in Riverton with victories over Evanston.
The Lady Broncs went 3-0 on the weekend, Head coach Jessica Pickett says they finished strong Saturday.
They finish non-conference play this week at Billings Skyview Friday and at home with Natrona county Saturday.
The Broncs went 2-1, Head coach Gale Smith says it was a good win Saturday after losing to Kelly Walsh Friday.
And Smith says over all it was a good weekend for the Broncs.
The Broncs play Billings Skyview at home Friday night then at Natrona county Saturday.
BH BASKETBALL - The Big Horn basketball teams swept games from Wright Friday and split on the road at Moorcroft Saturday the Lady Rams won big while the Rams fell 74-68.
TR BASKETBALL - The Tongue River Eagles and Lady Eagles basketball teams split their games at Moorcroft the girls won in a blow out while the Eagles lost 68-61.
This week the Big Horn teams meet Tongue River for the first time this season Friday in Dayton.
SC BASKETBALL - The Sheridan college basketball teams split with Northwest college the Lady Generals lost 66-57 while the Generals moved to 16-3 with a 90-85 victory.
Both teams are back in action tomorrow night hosting Little Big Horn game times are at 5:30 and 7:30.
WRESTLING - The Bronc wrestlers finished 2nd at the "Shane Shatto" invitational in Douglas Saturday.
Three Broncs took home titles Cody Delk, Tory Music and Dane Chambers. 2nd place finishers were Tucker Goss and Hayden Hastings, Braxton Cooper finished 3rd.
This weekend the Broncs will compete at the Phillip invitational in Phillip, South Dakota.
HOCKEY - The Sheridan Hawks hockey team split games with Laramie, Friday the Hawks won 5-2 and dropped Saturday's game 8-4. The Hawks travel for their next games to Pinedale January 25th and 26th.
BRONCOS - The Denver Broncos will host New England Sunday afternoon in the AFC championship game, the Broncos held off San Diego yesterday 24-17 to earn a shot at making it to the Super Bowl.
Sunday's title game will kick off at 1:00, Seattle will host San Francisco in the NFC title game Sunday.