08/07/09 Sports for Friday

SHS FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Bronc coaches and players hit Homer Scott stadium Monday morning to open a three week camp before the regular season opener August 28th.tonight and tomorrow the Bronc coaches and team leaders will have a camp in the Big horns they'll come off the mountain Sunday for the annual Bronc player / parent meeting which will be held in the Sheridan high school auditorium at 4 o'clock all freshmen through senior player and parents are asked to attend. the year class 4-A football has had an extra week added to the schedule with nine regular season games which starts the season a week earlier head coach Don Julian says one positive to the new schedule is an extra week of pre-season practice The Broncs are coming off an 8-2 season which had many highlights and saw they returned to the leader board in class 4-a one reason is a strong coaching staff Julian says Sheridan high school has one of the stronger coaching staffsin the state”Two a days” open Monday morning at 6 o'clock at Homer Scott stadium.

HS FOOTBALL - The Big Horn Rams, Tongue River Eagles and NSI Wolves open training camp Monday the 17th this fall the Eagles open camp on a new field while the Rams will be without a facility this year they open practice at the Sheridan softball complex at Sheridan college the tentative schedule for home games will be at Homer Scott stadium and NSI.

NCAA - The Wyoming football Cowboys opened training camp yesterday the pokes open September 5th against Weber state.

NFL - The Denver Broncos are a week into training camp yesterday over 13,400 fans turned out at Invesco field at Mile High to watch a scrimmage and they were not impressed. Bronco fans get ready for the possibility of a long brutal season new quarterback Kyle Orton was booed off the field by the 13,000 plus in attendance after throwing two interceptions one was returned for a touchdown he also missed two wide open receivers in the end zone.
Orton was picked up during the off season in a trade that sent Pro bowl QB Jay Cutler to Chicago Orton said after the scrimmage it was the fans prerogative to let the Broncos know how they felt they might be hearing a lot of boos during the season.

HS FALL SPORTS - Football season maybe getting underway Monday but the rest of the high school sports season will wait a week to officially start as mentioned Big Horn, Tongue River and NSI football begin on the 17th the rest of the fall sports also begin on the 17th with volleyball, swimming, tennis, cross country and golf opening training camps.

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