Generals Basketball Season Comes to an end Monday Night / Cowgirls to the WNIT / Spring Sports Season Opens Friday

GENERALS BASKETBALL - The Sheridan college Generals lost in the first round of their national basketball tournament in Hutchinson, Kansas last night 92-80 against Kaskaskia, Illinois.

The Generals were down by as much as 20 in the first half they cut that to ten points at halftime but couldn't get back in the game they end their season with a record of 31-5 overall.

Casper college was also eliminated from the tournament on day one with a 90-83 loss against Cleveland state.

COWGIRL BASKETBALL - The Wyoming Cowgirls will play in thew Women's NIT tournament for the 9th time under Head coach Joe Legerski they start at home Thursday night against Northern Colorado we will have it live for you on KWYO and 106.9 FM Cowgirls pregame at 6:00 with the tip at 6:30.

COWBOY WRESTLING - The Wyoming Cowboy wrestling team is sending seven wrestlers to the NCAA tournament this week in Pittsburgh of the seven is former Sheridan Bronc and Cowboy red shirt freshmen Hayden Hastings the national tournament starts Thursday afternoon.

SPRING SPORTS - The Bronc and Lady Bronc soccer teams will play at Casper Kelly Walsh this evening then league play begins this weekend with the Lady Broncs at home with Cheyenne South and Laramie and Friday night and Saturday afternoon the varsity matches start at 6:00 Friday night at noon Saturday.

The 2019 outdoor track season will start Saturday with Cody hosting a big invitational.

High school spring golf will start with the first tournament April 5th in Worland and the spring tennis season starts for Sheridan high school in Cody April 6th.

WINTER SPORTS RECAP - We sat down Monday with Sheridan high school Activities Director Don Julian to recap the winter sports season starting with Lady Bronc and Bronc basketball.

The Broncs took the indoor track title with the Lady Broncs finishing 4th.

The Bronc wrestlers and swimmer and divers had a lot of underclassmen but had very productive seasons.

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