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Weekend Local Sports Wrap up

SC HOOPS - The Sheridan college Generals and Lady Generals swept all four games during the Lions club tournament.

The Generals get right back on the court tonight they play at Little Big Horn cc this weekend the Lady Generals will join the Generals for home games against Dawson cc and Miles City, Montana.

COWBOY HOOPS - The Wyoming basketball Cowboys play at Evansville Wednesday evening the game will tip at 5:00 on KWYO and 106.9 FM.

Lions Club Basketball tips off Today / Cowboy Football at New Mexico Tomorrow / Broncos v Steelers Sunday

SC BASKETBALL - The Sheridan college Generals and Lady Generals spend the holiday weekend at home as they are the host teams for the 44th Sheridan Lions club basketball tournament this weekend.

There are four games each day today's games are at 2:00 with the Northwest college women playing Williston, North Dakota then at 4:00 the men play.

The Lady Generals play Lake Region cc at 6:00 and the Generals take on Lake Region at 8:00.

The 44th Sheridan Lions Club Basketball Tourney Opens Friday at Sheridan College / Cowboy Hoops v Richmond Today / Pokes Football at New Mexico Saturday Afternoon

SHERIDAN LIONS CLUB HOOP TOURNAMENT - The Sheridan college Generals and Lady Generals spend the holiday weekend at home as they are the host teams for the 44th Sheridan Lions club basketball tournament this weekend.

There are four games each day Friday's games are at 2:00 with the Northwest college women playing Williston, North Dakota then at 4:00 the men play.

The Lady Generals play Lake Region CC at 6:00 and the Generals take on Lake Region at 8:00.

Lady Bronc Basketball Looks Ahead to a new Season / Pokes Hoops fall Against BC / Cowboy Football at New Mexico Saturday

WINTER SPORTS - The high school winter sports season started Monday with the start of practice for basketball and wrestling.

Today we hear from Sheridan Lady Bronc basketball Head coach Larry Ligocki.

After they left the court last night Ligocki said they had a pretty good first night.

Licocki welcomes back a young team this season and they will all have to pitch in to make it work.

Weekend Local Sports Wrap up

COWBOY FOOTBALL - The Wyoming football Cowboys over came injuries and came from behind to beat the Air Force academy 35-27, here's Head coach Craig Bohl.

The Pokes have now won three straight and end the regular season at New Mexico Saturday afternoon a victory would get them to 6-6 on the season and they would be in line for a bowl game invitation.

BRONCO FOOTBALL - The Denver Broncos won at the LA Chargers yesterday 23-22 they are now 4-6 overall and host the Steelers Sunday afternoon.

Sheridan County All-State Football Players

Sheridan Broncs 4-A All-State

Josh Ahrens

Eli Johnston

Parker Christensen

Defense 1st Team

Eli Johnston

Parker Christensen

Garrett Coon

Quinn Heyneman

Parker Christensen was also named 1st Team Return Specialist and also the 4-A Offensive player of the year.

Bronc All State 2nd Team

Ethan Lewallen

Jaron Brewer

1-A All-State

Big Horn

Carson Bates

Will Pelissier

Quinn McCafferty

Kade Eisele

Kade VanDyken

Liam Greenelsh

Kyler Ostler

Jack Nance

Ryan Johnson

Cutler Bradshaw

Jaxon Parker

Nolan Rader

Cowboys beat Air Force / Broncos at Chargers Sunday

COWBOY FOOTBALL - The Wyoming football Cowboys defeated the Air Force Academy on a snowy Saturday afternoon at War Memorial Stadium by a score of 35 to 27.

Head coach Craig Bohl says it's a big week for the Pokes as they are still in the hunt to receive a bowl game invitation.

And he says as usual the Falcons will be a worthy opponent tomorrow.

Sheridan Harries Find Success In SD / Cowboy Hoops Pick up 1st Victory / Cowboy Football v AFA Saturday

X-COUNTRY - The Sheridan high school cross country teams competed in a big meet last weekend in Sioux Falls, South Dakota the meet is the NXR Heartland region meet which includes teams from North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Kansas.

Head coach Art Bauers says a big event like this is a great experience for the runners.

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