The Bronc football team is 5-0 after shutting out Rock Springs 19-0. They were a little frustrated offensively but got the job done, Head coach Don Julian.

The Big Horn Rams won big at home over Wright, the Rams blasted the Panthers 57-21 to rebound from a road loss at Burns Head coach Micheal McGuire.

The Tongue River Eagles picked up their first win under Head coach John Scott, Ron Richter has the report.

The Wyoming Cowboys lost 42-21 at Texas state they are idle this week and will play at home against New Mexico October 12th.

The Denver Broncos blew out Philly 52-20 yesterday they play at Dallas Sunday.

The 4-A and 2-A state golf tournaments start today and conclude tomorrow. 4-A state is in Rock Springs and 2-A is at the Devils Tower club in Hulett.

The Lady Bronc volleyball team went 1-4 at the Casper invitational over the weekend they host a match with Gillette Thursday night the varsity match is schedule to start at 7:00.

The Big Horn girls went 2-3 at the Casper invite. The Tongue River Lady Eagles dropped matches at Wright and Lovell

At the 4-A east tennis regional tournament in Casper over the weekend both Reed Ritterbusch and Julia Fenn won number one singles championships.

The Broncs finished 2nd and the Lady Broncs were 4th they open play at tennis state Thursday in Gillette.

Saturday at the Sheridan swimming invitational the Lady Bronc Medley relay team set a new school record.

Team members are Mackenzie Dougherty, Emily Speigelberg, Payton Brilz and Gretchen Dougherty. The old school record was set back 1999, this week they host duals with the Casper schools Friday.

Sheridan Media's Aaron Palmer has our JOCO weekend sports wrap up.

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