SC BASKETBALL - The Sheridan college Lady Generals split two games over the weekend they beat the College of Great Falls Friday and lost 70-68 against the number two ranked team in the country North Idaho Saturday night.

Head coach Frank McCarthy was pleased with the effort in the game Saturday.

And he says playing the best teams in the country this time of year is good for the players as they move ahead with their season.

The Lady Generals will be at a tournament at the College of Southern Idaho this weekend in Twin Falls.

The Generals swept two games at the Sheridan Lions club tournament the blew out both the College of Great Falls and also beat up Colorado Northwestern Saturday Head coach Steve Smiley.

And Smiley says it was good to get two wins after blowing a game to Eastern Wyoming last Tuesday.

The Generals will be at home this week hosting their Holiday tournament Friday and Saturday.

COWGIRL BASKETBALL - The Wyoming Cowgirls beat Seton Hall and Pepperdine over the weekend to run their record to 4-0. the cowgirls play at Colorado Wednesday.

COWBOY BASKETBALL - The Wyoming basketball Cowboys beat Cal-state Bakersfield Saturday and sit at 6-0. The Pokes at UC-Santa Barbara Wednesday.

COWBOY FOOTBALL - The Wyoming football Cowboys wrapped up their season Saturday with a 42-28 loss against San Diego state to finish the 2012 season 4-8.

BRONCO FOOTBALL - The Denver Broncos have won six in a row winning in Kansas City yesterday 17-9. They play at home Sunday afternoon against Tampa Bay.

WINTER SPORTS SEASON - The high school winter sports season starts Friday with the Sheridan high school basketball teams hosting a double header with Green River the Lady Broncs will play at 5:45 and the Broncs at 7:30 both games will be broadcast live on KWYO and 87.7 FM.

The Bronc wrestlers open their season at a tournament in Powell.

The Big Horn basketball teams will open their seasons at a tournament hosting by Lusk high school.

The Tongue River Eagles and Lady Eagles will open their seasons at a tournament in Thermopolis.