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SRD MEN'S BASKETBALL

SHERIDAN RECREATION DISTRICT
FALL/WINTER 2010-11
ADULT OPEN BASKETBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS

WOLF MOUNTAIN COAL 2-0

PONY GRILL & BAR 2-0

609 CONSULTING 2-0

FREMONT MOTORS 1-1

CUMMINS CAGERS 1-1

PRESTFELDT SURVEY 0-1

FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK 0-1

SHERIDAN COLLEGE 0-2

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 0-2

RESULTS OF GAMES FROM WED.

PONY GRILL & BAR 56 FREMONT MOTORS 50

WOLF MOUNTAIN COAL 59 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 38

CUMMINS CAGERS 82 SHERIDAN COLLEGE 68

609 CONSULTING 67 FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK 58

TOO BE OR NOT TOO BE IN LARAMIE: HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs have played in the last two 4-A championship football games they were joined this year in Laramie by Big Horn.

The Wyoming High School Activities Association moved the title games to the University of Wyoming two years ago moving away from the old system of host sites from higher seeded teams.

This week's Bank of Sheridan / Sheridan media poll question is should the finals continued to be played in Laramie?

Lady Generals play tough in loss and get ready to host another weekend tourney

LADY GENERALS BASKETBALL - The Sheridan college Lady Generals fell to 2-4 on the season losing last night to North Idaho it was their third ranked opponent in their last four games North Idaho is ranked 4th in the country this week.

The Lady Generals started fast going out to a 12-3 lead but North Idaho reeled them in and took the Halftime lead and pulled away in the second half winning 85-70.

THE SHERIDAN COLLEGE WOMEN PLAY AT HOME TONIGHT

Head coach Frank McCarthy has the Lady Generals at 3-2 heading into tonight's game

LADY GENERALS BASKETBALL - The Sheridan college Lady Generals are 3-2 on the season after dropping three straight at a tournament in Twin Falls, Idaho last weekend at the College of Southern Idaho.

Even though they went 0-3 Head coach Frank McCarthy says they learned a lot playing really good teams. Tonight that continues as they host a single game at the Hoffman dome at 7:00 against North Idaho .

SHERIDAN HIGH SCHOOL WINTER SPORTS PARENT MEETING IS WEDNESDAY NIGHT

The Sheridan high school Winter sport parent meetings for Girls and Boys basketball and wrestling will be held in the high school auditorium on Wednesday.

Girls basketball will start at 5 pm with boys basketball and wrestling to follow at 6 pm. All parents with children involved in these sports should plan to attend.

THE HIGH SCHOOL WINTER SPORTS SEASON IS UNDERWAY

LADY BRONC BASKETBALL - The Sheridan Lady Bronc basketball returns a full starting five back this season Head coach Derek Bissitt says they hit the floor running last night.

And Bissitt says with plenty of talent and depth the Lady Broncs are looking forward to getting the season underway.

BRONC BASKETBALL - The Broncs got off to a little slower start last night with several varsity players coming off last Saturday's state championship football game.

The Big Horn Rams, Sheridan Broncs and Buffalo Bison had to settle being the Runner-ups on football championship weekend

RAMS FOOTBALL - The Rams started the day day Saturday facing Thermopolis in the 2-A title game. The Rams had trouble getting the ball into the Endzone settling on three Colby Wollenmen field goals as Thermopolis avenged a regular season loss to Big Horn knocking the Rams of 13-9.

Following the game Head coach Bert Dow said it's tough consoling players after a championship loss.

He says they moved the ball well most of the game but couldn't finish those drives with touchdowns.

Bison Come Up Short in Bid for State Title

Bison fall short of state championship

The Buffalo Bison hung tough for one half before the Douglas Bearcats pulled away in the second half to win the Class 3A State Championship in football Friday afternoon in Laramie.

Jace Jensen of Buffalo scored the first two touchdowns in the first quarter to give the Bison a 14-0 lead midway through the first quarter.

From that point on it was pretty much all Douglas Bearcats. Douglas scored twice in the second quarter to tie the game 14-14 at the half.