Weekend Local Sports Wrap up / Troopers Split two in Rapid City / Rockies fall at D-Backs / Lady Bronc Soccer v Cheyenne South Today in Casper

BRONC / LADY BRONC SOCCER - The Bronc soccer team had both road games at Cheyenne East and Central postponed they will make them up this week they have a busy week closing out the regular season tomorrow they play at Gillette then at East Thursday and at Central Friday.

The Lady Broncs got their games in at home over the weekend they dropped a 2-0 decision against East and 1-0 against Central today they play a make up game with Cheyenne South in Casper and will join the Broncs tomorrow with a road match in Gillette.

The 4-A east regional soccer tournament will be played next week in Cheyenne that will be followed by the state championships at the Big Horn Equestrian Center starting May 18th.

TRACK AND FIELD - Weather wiped out most of last week's track and field action, the Wyoming Track Classic was rained out the meet will be held tomorrow in Casper several Sheridan county athletes will be competing.

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers baseball team split their road doubleheader yesterday at Rapid City Post #320, 320 took the first game 8-0 with the Troops coming back to take game two 5-2.

They are scheduled to play in Casper Wednesday night and then host their home opening doubleheader Sunday afternoon against Rapid City Post 22 the first pitch is scheduled to be thrown out at 1:00.

ROCKIES BASEBALL - The Colorado Rockies lost to Arizona in extra innings Sunday here's Jack Corrigan with the wrap up. You can here tomorrow night's game at San Diego on 87.7 FM ESPN radio.

COWBOY FOOTBALL - The Wyoming cowboy Joe club function was postponed in Sheridan because of poor travel conditions last Thursday evening, the club says the event will be rescheduled but no date has been set.

So we missed a chance to talk with Cowboy Head football coach Craig Bohl and others that were scheduled to appear so we went with a back up Sheridan Bronc Head Don Julian.

Since Bohl took the Wyoming job he's always said his program will give Wyoming high school players a chance to make the team, right now two Broncs Dontae Crow and Riley Sessions are on the Cowboys squad, Julian says Bohl's attitude towards in-state kids goes back to his days in Nebraska.

And Julian says he's seen first hand the excitement and what it is like to have Wyoming high school players on the Cowboy roster.