Weekend Local sports wrap up

BRONC / LADY BRONC BASKETBALL - The Bronc and Lady Bronc basketball teams combined to go 6-1 in Cheyenne at the McDonalds classic tournament the Lady Broncs went 4-0 to go to 8-1 on the season the broncs went 2-1 and are 5-3 overall.

The Lady Broncs dominated Wyoming teams Green River and Rock Springs and whipped two Colorado schools from Fort Collins and Grand Junction.

The Broncs Blasted Green River and Rock Springs but had a tough day Saturday losing against Casper Kelly Walsh in a game where they had trouble scoring losing 42-30 but Head coach Gale Smith says they had a lot of success during the tournament and can't let the last game define the weekend.

Offensively the Broncs had a pretty good run the first two days and did a nice job of moving the ball around.

And looking ahead this week is the final week before conference play starts and Smith says they want to go back to work and keep the momentum of last week going.

The Broncs play at Billings Senior Friday and at home with Natrona county Saturday, the Lady Broncs host Senior Friday and play at NC on Saturday.

TR / BH BASKETBALL - The Big Horn and Tongue River basketball teams are hosted a tournament over the weekend on the girls side the Big Horn Lady Rams went 2-2 the Lady Eagles were 1-3 and on the boys side Big Horn was 2-2 and Tongue River was 1-3.

WRESTLING - The Bronc wrestlers had a good tournament in Douglas finishing 2nd behind the host team in the "Shane Shatto" invitational.

HOCKEY - The Sheridan Hawks hockey team went 2-0 in Casper to run their record to 6-2-1 overall the shut Casper out in both games winning 2-0 and 7-0. Coming up the 23rd,24th and 25th the Hawks will host games with Riverton and Rock Springs.

UW BASKETBALL - The Wyoming Cowboys and Cowgirls both picked up MWC victories Saturday, Kayla Woodward led the Cowgirls with 22 points in their road win at Boise state while the Pokes remain unbeaten in league play beating the Broncos in Laramie.

Wednesday the Pokes host San Diego state that's a late start with pregame at 8:30 and the trip at 9:00, the cowgirls will play at San Diego state.

BRONCO FOOTBALL - The Denver Broncos season ended Sunday with a 24-13 loss at home against Indianapolis. The Colts will play at New England in the AFC championship while Green Bay will go to Seattle for the NFC title game the winners meet in the Super Bowl.

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