Archive - Nov 7, 2011 - Sports


Broncs play Cheyenne East Saturday at 4:00 in the title game

SHERIDAN BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs have done it again and will travel to Laramie this week for their third consecutive year to play for the 4-A state football championship.

They will play Cheyenne East who upset Natrona county in Casper 24-19. The 4-A championship game is scheduled to kickoff Saturday at 4:00 in War Memorial stadium.

The broncs got back to Laramie by winning their ninth straight game Friday at home beating Gillette 45-29.

Bison, Buckaroos' Seasons End in Semifinals

Both the Buffalo and Kaycee football teams' seasons came to an end in their semifinal games this past weekend.
Buffalo travelled to take on rival Douglas Friday night and stayed close throughout the game, but in the end they fell to the Bearcats.
Douglas opened scoring in the first quarter on a 48-yard run for a touchdown and the two-point conversion was good for an 8-0 lead.
In the second quarter Buffalo scored on a fake punt as Collin Rodriguez scampered 66 yards for the touchdown. The PAT was good and the Bison pulled within 8-7.

"SDA" Sheridan Dartball Association

1.A + /186 3-0
2.Ranchester Liquors 3-0
3.Busch Boys 2-1
4.Michelob 2-1
5.CR Best 2-1
6.Frostos/Elks 2-1
7.Misfitz 2-1
8.Catering by R/P 2-1
9.Silver Spur 1-2
10.JS machine 1-2
11.Beaver Creek 1-2
12.Budweiser 1-2
13.P.O.S.D 1-2
14.Pepsi 1-2
15.Rainbow 0-3
16.Rainbow Girls 0–3

League Play November 2, 2011

A Plus/186 3 Rainbow 0

Ranchester Liquors 3 Rainbow Girls 0

Busch Boys 2 Silver Spur 1

NFL SCORES 11/6/11

TEBOW TIME! Broncos beat Oakland

Sunday's Games
Dallas 23, Seattle 13
Miami 31, Kansas City 3
New Orleans 27, Tampa Bay 16
Houston 30, Cleveland 12
San Francisco 19, Washington 11
N.Y. Jets 27, Buffalo 11
Atlanta 31, Indianapolis 7
Denver 38, Oakland 24
Cincinnati 24, Tennessee 17
Green Bay 45, San Diego 38
Arizona 19, St. Louis 13, OT
N.Y. Giants 24, New England 20
Baltimore 23, Pittsburgh 20
Open: Carolina, Detroit, Jacksonville, Minnesota
Chicago at Philadelphia, 8:30 p.m.

This Week:
Thursday, Nov. 10