Archive - Jan 18, 2014

#2 Sheridan Lady Broncs get by #1 Natrona

Midway through the 3rd period Sheridan Lady Bronc Robbi Ryan breaks loose, heads to the hoop but is fouled by Natrona Fillie Sarah Jones. Robbi would get one of two free-throws at the line to put her team up 40 to 26. Natrona mounted a late second half drive that fell just short. At the buzzer it was #2 Sheridan 55 over #1 Natrona 53. For more photos visit: http://deerrungraphics.com

Midway through the 3rd period Sheridan Lady Bronc Robbi Ryan breaks loose, heads to the hoop but is fouled by Natrona Fillie Sarah Jones.
Sheridan's Robbi Ryan gets around Natrona's Gabby Johnson for two of her 9-points on the afternoon.
Here Sheridan's 5'9" Taylor Townsend looks to shoot with Natrona's 6'2" Kaylee Johnson in her way.
Kaylee attempts to steal the ball from Taylor but . . .
Taylor gets the ball back and pumps in two of her team high 16-points

Wyoming Lawmakers Ask About Details of Magpul Deal

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - State lawmakers are asking questions about a proposed $13 million state loan-grant package for a Colorado firearms accessories manufacturer moving its operations to Wyoming. Magpul Industries recently announced plans to move its manufacturing and shipping to Cheyenne.

SHS Sweeps Skyview / Rams, Eagles split

BRONC / LADY BRONCS - The Sheridan high school basketball teams swept Billings Skyview for the second time this season.

The Lady Broncs won in Billings 58-45 the Broncs held off the Falcons in Sheridan 67-61.

The Lady Broncs host number one ranked Natrona county today at 2:30.

The Broncs play at Natrona this afternoon at 2:30 on that game can be heard live on 87.7 FM ESPN radio.

RAMS / EAGLES - The Big Horn and Tongue River basketball teams met in Dayton last night splitting the action.

The Lady Eagles took the girls game 51-36 while the Rams beat the Eagles 58-46.

Mead Expresses Support for UW President McGinity

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead (Courtesy Photo)

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - Gov. Matt Mead says he has confidence in new University of Wyoming President Dick McGinity. Mead says he intends to focus on the stability that McGinity offers the state's only four-year university rather than any concerns over how he was hired.

The Lady Rams fall prey to the Lady Eagles

As the recently completed art work in the Tongue River High School gym indicates the Lady Eagles, with talons exposed, swooped down on their prey the Lady Rams from Big Horn. When they were finished with their prey the score was Tongue River 51 and Big Horn 36.

As the recently completed art work in the Tongue River High School gym indicates the Lady Eagles, with talons exposed, swooped down on their prey the Lady Rams from Big Horn.
Tongue River Lady Eagle Junior Eryn Aksamit goes for and gets two of her 16-points to lead all scorers Friday evening over the outstretched arm of Lady Ram Kayla Crouse. With Eryn leading the way the Lady Eagles downed their cross-district rivals the Lady Rams of Big Horn by a final score of 51 to 36