Sports

Thursday, Sept. 24th

HS FOOTBALL - The Big Horn Rams and Sheridan Broncs take their shots at #1 tomorrow. The Rams head to Glenrock while the Broncs play at Gillette.
The Rams have gotten their season turned in the right direction since an opening season loss to Greybull, with two straight impressive wins. They head to unbeaten Glenrock tomorrow.

Wednesday, Sept. 23nd

LOCAL FOOTBALL - All four of our Sheridan County football teams will play out of town Friday, and we will broadcast two of those games live for you. The Sheridan Broncs play Gillette in the Energy Bowl over in the Razor City. Last fall, the Broncs ended a 12-year drought against the Camels, winning in Sheridan 49-28.

Tuesday, Sept. 22nd

FOOTBALL - Taking a look at football action this week, all four of our Sheridan County teams will play on the road Friday. The Sheridan Broncs are 3-1 overall and will play at Gillette. The Camels are 4-0, and ranked #1 in 4-A.

Monday, Sept. 21st

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs got into a great battle in Rock Springs Friday night, and came away with a 20-17 victory. The Broncs scored the first 13 points of the game, but couldn't put the Tigers away. The Broncs led 13-10 at half time; both teams scored in the second half and a late Rock Springs' charge fell short. The Broncs now find themselves at 3-1.

Saturday, Sept. 19th

LOCAL SPORTS - The Sheridan Broncs took to the road Friday night for a game against the Rock Springs Tigers. Sheridan Media's Trevor Jackson has a recap.

Sheridan County High School Football

The Sheridan Broncs were on the road Friday night to face Rock Springs. The Broncs struggled with a stubborn Rock Springs team, but hung on to win their 3rd game in a row. Final score was Broncs 20, Rock Springs 17.

The Bighorn Rams played their Homecoming game at Homer Scott Stadium at Sheridan High School Friday night. It was all Rams as they crushed the Wright Panthers 37-0.

Friday, Sept. 18th

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs take a 2-1 record on the road tonight at Rock Springs. The Tigers are 0-3, and head coach Don Julian says Rock Springs will look familiar to the Broncs; the Tigers have turned the ball over a lot in their three losses, but Julian says they can break out of that any time. He adds that the Broncs must be ready for a fired-up opponent tonight.

Thursday, Sept. 17th

SHS VOLLEYBALL - The Lady Bronc volleyball team hopes to get some positive results on the road this weekend in Cheyenne. They play at Central tomorrow and East Saturday, and they feel confident they can start to turn the season around. Next week, the Lady Broncs will play at the Casper Invitational tournament.