Weekend Local sports wrap up

BRONC FOOTBALL - The 2014 Energy Bowl turned into a shootout between the Broncs and Gillette, there were four lead changes in the 4th quarter and Gillette made a great two minute drive and came from behind late to nip the Broncs 42-37. After the heart breaker Head coach Don Julian.

He says they got the lead late and played the last few minutes well but Gillette made a great final drive.

The Broncs fall to 5-1 overall and will host Cheyenne Central Friday night at 6:00.

RAMS FOOTBALL - The Big Horn Rams shut out Thermopolis 40-0 Friday night to go to 5-0, Ron Richter was at the game and has the wrap up. The Rams host burns Friday afternoon at 2:00.

EAGLES FOOTBALL - The Tongue River Eagles won at the Kelly Walsh JV's to break and two game losing streak. The Eagles won 56-20 and now stand at 3-2 on the season. they host Southeast Friday afternoon at 2:00.

COWBOY FOOTBALL - The Wyoming Cowboys play at Hawaii Saturday night the Cowboy pregame starts at 9:00 pm with kickoff at 10:00 on KWYO.

BRONCO FOOTBALL - The Denver Broncos whipped Arizona Sunday afternoon 41-20 Peyton Manning threw for nearly 500 yards and four touchdowns.

This week they play at the New York Jets it's an early start with the pregame show at 9:00 am and kickoff at 11:00 on 14-10 KWYO.

VOLLEYBALL - The Lady Bronc volleyball team played in Billings Saturday in the annual "Border Wars" event they went 1-3 overall with their victory coming over Bozeman, Montana.

They will be at home this week hosting Cheyenne South Friday evening at 5:15 and Laramie Saturday at noon.

The Tongue River Lady Eagles whipped Sundance Friday night in three games, then they traveled to Wright Satuday to take on the number one ranked Lady Panthers and lost that match.

The Big Horn Lady Rams hosted a match with Sundance the lady Rams took the match in four games.

STATE TENNIS - The Bronc and Lady Bronc tennis teams finished their season at the state championships over the weekend the Lady Broncs finished 3rd.

Number one singles player Julia Fenn took her third consecutive state title she won all of her matches in straight sets and lost only four games during her title run. The Broncs finished 7th in the team race.

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