Generals Take Down the T-Birds / SRD Board Meets / Bronc / Lady Bronc Basketball at Thunder Friday

SC HOOPS - The Sheridan college Generals and Lady Generals split games with Casper college Wednesday night the Generals won a great game 97-87 to run their record to 17-1 Cam Reece led the way with 26 points.

The Lady Generals dropped their game 76-62 they will join the Generals for road game to Laramie county Saturday both teams will be back in the Hoffman dome next Wednesday to take on Gillette.

SHS HOOPS - The Sheridan high school basketball teams open conference play at Thunder Basin tomorrow night and host Campbell county Saturday night. Game times tomorrow are 6:00 and 7:30 and Saturday at 5:30 and 7:00 we will have all four game live on KWYO and 106.9 FM.

RAMS HOOPS - The Big Horn teams host Moorcroft tomorrow and play at Sundance Saturday.

EAGLES HOOPS - The Tongue River basketball teams host Greybull then play at Riverside Saturday.

UW HOOPS - The Wyoming Cowboys play at New Mexico Saturday the Cowgirls host the Lobos Saturday.

WRESTLING - The Sheridan Bronc wrestlers will be at a big invitational hosted by Moorcroft high school.

HOCKEY - The Sheridan Hawks hockey team is off this weekend and will host games with Gillette next week.

TRACK AND FIELD - The indoor track season continues this week with big invitational over in Gillette Saturday.

SRD - The Sheridan recreation district board had their monthly meeting Wednesday, last week the board met with the Sheridan city council the focus of that meeting was to get the council more familiar with the rec board and board member Casey Osborne said that want to make sure they have a good relationship with the city and remain a leader in recreation for the community especially with the Doubleday sports complex gaining more momentum.

And moving ahead he says the Rec district must be in the mix of entities that makes Sheridan such a great place for families.

Rec district Director Seth Ulvestad says they are busy right now with several of their indoor winter programs.

And he says moving ahead we will see the Rec district expand activities and he says the new board is the driving force behind that.

And over the next couple of months the transition will start back up with outdoor spring activities.