Archive - Mar 7, 2011 - Sports

BIG HORN RAMS: PERFECTO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


BIG HORN RAMS STATE CHAMPS - The Big Horn Rams capped off a perfect 28-0 basketball season by blowing out Wyoming Indian to win the class 2-A basketball championship Saturday night.

They built up a 24 point lead after three quarters and cruised to the title. Senior Colby Wollemen led the way with 21 points and 15 rebounds senior Brandon Metzger had a double-double as well with 13 points and 15 boards.

Wollenmen says the rams were on a mission after losing the football championship last November.


The Wyoming State High School Hockey Tournament was held this weekend in Casper the Sheridan Hawks took 4th.

The first game found the Hawks victorious over the Riverton River Rats with a score of 6-3. Joe Zigmont scored a hat trick, Shawn Konetzki scored two goals and JP Culhane scored a single goal.

Next the Hawks took on Pinedale the number one seed in the tournament. The game was much closer than the score as they battled to a 5-1 loss with the lone goal coming from Hagen Daniels with an assist from Cody Wills.


Dylan Morin won three titles at the state indoor championships

2011 Wyoming State Indoor Championships
Gillette, WY – Gillette Recreation Center
Friday and Saturday March 4-5, 2011

Boys Team Scores
1 Cheyenne East 88
2 Laramie 87
3 Cody 78.50
4 Cheyenne Central 59.50
5 Campbell County 57
6 Sheridan 52
7 Natrona County 44
8 Kelly Walsh 20.50
9 Evanston 18
10 Green River 11.50
11 Rock Springs 8
11 Lovell 8
11 Star Valley 8
14 Riverton 4
15 Thermopolis 2

SHS Boys Individual Results: (Top 8 Only)

800 Meter Run

1st Dylan Morin 2:00.22 ** New School Record , New State Record

1600 Meter Run

Kaycee Teams Stumble, Bison on to State

Kaycee Buckaroos, Lady Bucs

The Kaycee boys' and girls' basketball teams were each seeded #1 in from the 1A East heading into last week's State Tournament in Casper.
The Buckaroos lost their opening round game to Cokeville 57-48, then worked their way through the consolation bracket, beating Upton 67-36 and defeating Midwest 66-54 to take the Consolation Championship and fifth place at State.