Tongue River

Big Horn's Cheerleading Dynamo - Victoria

The ever present, ever cheering, Victoria with help from the Ram Mascot cheered the home team and crowd on to victory over the visiting Tongue River Eagles in Friday evening action in Big Horn. Victoria, who often works the crowd on her own, was joined by her sister and others who dawned the Ram mascot attire in shifts as they cheered the Rams on to a 72 to 38 de-feathering of the Eagles.

The ever present, ever cheering, Victoria with help from the Ram Mascot cheered the home team and crowd on to victory over the visiting Tongue River Eagles in Friday evening action in Big Horn. Victoria, who often works the crowd on her own, was joined by her sister and others who dawned the Ram mascot attire in shifts as they cheered the Rams on to a 72 to 38 de-feathering of the Eagles.
Big Horn Senior Colter Carzoli, who led all scores with 17-points on the evening, started the 2nd half with this fast break down the court for the Rams
Then is was Senior Deven Ibach's turn putting up this score - Deven went on to finish the evening with 15-points

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

Big Horn Beats Tongue River In Last Thunder Bowl

With 3:11 to go in the 1st quarter Rams QB senior Connor McCafferty pitches the ball to junior Corey Sturza on a second and 4 from the 4. Corey ran left behind his blockers into the end zone making the score Big Horn 12 - Tongue River 0. With TR unable to get on-track Big Horn, in cruise control, ran the score to 46 to 0.

With 3:11 to go in the 1st quarter Rams QB senior Connor McCafferty pitches the ball to junior Corey Sturza on a second and 4 from the 4. Corey ran left behind his blockers into the end zone making the score Big Horn 12 - Tongue River 0.
Big Horn's Corey Sturza takes the pitch from QB Connor McCafferty and runs it into the end zone with 3:11 to go in the first quarter.
With 8:55 to go in the first quarter Rams senior Colter Carzoli hauls in the pass from QB Connor McCafferty on a 3rd and 14 from the 23 to put the Rams on the board first
With time running out in the game TR's QB Will Kerns keeps the ball, runs down the left sideline and gets knocked out-of-bounds by BH's Noah Iberlin near the one-yard line as the final buzzer sounded ending the final Thunder Bowl game

Lady Rams Sweep the Lady Eagles - Again

On Thursday evening in Dayton the Tongue River Lady Eagles may have had their pink on but the Big Horn Lady Rams had their game on and swept the evening 25 - 17, 25 - 19 & 25 - 16 as they also swept the season against their cross-district rivals.

Senior Lady Ram Jadyn Mirich, leg brace and all, was going high and often from the front row making good on many of her powerful slams like this one against TR's Allison Reed.
On Thursday evening in Dayton the Tongue River Lady Eagles may have had their pink on but the Big Horn Lady Rams had their game on and swept the evening 25 - 17, 25 - 19 & 25 - 16 as they also swept the season against their cross-district rivals.

Check Out First Federal's Clings

If you're unable to catch your local high school football team in action this week-end you can still get into the "Hometown Spirit" by walking or driving by either or both the two First Federal Savings Bank locations (46 W. Brundage & 1695 Coffeen Ave.) and enjoy the football "clings" they have hung in the windows.

If you're unable to catch your local high school football team in action this week-end you can still get into the "Hometown Spirit" by walking or driving by either or both the two First Federal Savings Bank locations (46 W. Brundage & 1695 Coffeen Ave.) and enjoy the football "clings" they have hung in the windows.
At the 46 W. Brundage downtown location Hayden Legerski can be seen carrying the Bronc Banner as you get cash from the ATM

Sheridan Skaters Prepare for Show

Molly Butler and Kairstyn Holden prepare for the 4th Annual Sheridan Ice Show to be held at the Sheridan Ice Rink on Saturday, February 23rd at 6 pm. The show is free of charge and the public is welcome. (Photo Courtesy of Steve Pattison)

Big Cheers from Little Cheerleaders

If you've seen a Tongue River Basketball game then perhaps you've seen the "Little Eagles Cheerleaders." In the back row starting from the left are: Mary from Highland Park Elementary (Sheridan), Lillian from Homeschool and Athena, Jaden & McKayla from Tongue River Elementary. In the front are Addison and Aurora also from Tongue River Elementary.

If you've seen a Tongue River Basketball game then perhaps you've seen the "Little Eagles Cheerleaders." In the back row starting from the left are: Mary from Highland Park Elementary (Sheridan), Lillian from Homeschool and Athena, Jaden & McKayla from Tongue River Elementary. In the front are Addison and Aurora also from Tongue River Elementary.
Tongue River Eagles Mascot aka Freshman Denny Olson
The cheerleaders are joined by the Eagle Mascot, Denny Olson
Cheerleaders Jaden and Lillian get a pre-game greeting from the Eagle Mascot, Freshman Denny Olson
Coach Kristina Thompson stands in the background as the Eagle Mascot greets the cheerleaders before the Big Horn Ram and Tongue River Eagle Basketball game
During a time-out in the game the Little Eagles Cheerleaders perform a sit-down routine
Prior to the Lady Ram and Lady Eagle Basketball game cheerleaders McKayla and Mary hold the National Flag at center court for the singing of the National Anthem
McKayla carrying the flag at the conclusion of the National Anthem
Performing another of their court side routines
On the court for a routine during the Ram/Eagle game
Close-up of the on court routine
Close-up of the on court routine
Close-up of the on court routine
Addison poses with a TR fan
Addison and Athena are definitely not camera shy

TR's Larry Moser Recognized (updated)

On Friday night between basketball games in Dayton long-time basketball coach Larry Moser was recognized and presented with a plaque honoring his 35-years of service. During his career as a coach he amassed a record of 309-179 and took the Eagles to a state championship in 1994.

On Friday night between basketball games in Dayton long-time basketball coach Larry Moser was recognized and presented with a plaque honoring his 35-years of service. During his career as a coach he amassed a record of 309-179 and took the Eagles to a state championship in 1994.
The announcement
The reading of the recognition
The plaque being presented by the Big Horn Ram Head Coach Ryan Alley who played for Coach Moser on the 1994 State Championship Team
The first of many hugs and handshakes
Current Big Horn Ram Assistant Coach Frank Boley who also played for Coach Moser on the 1994 State Championship Team
Another hug while holding the plaque and the jersey presented by the TRHS Basketball Team
In response to a couple of the comments I have posted this photo (sorry it is not clearer as it was cropped out of a much larger photo) of the 1994 State Basketball Championship Pennant that hangs in the TRHS Gym. On it you can read among the names those of Ryan Alley and Frank Boley who are now coaches at Big Horn High School. Next time I'm in the gym I'll take a better photo of the pennant. Stan at deerrungraphics.com

Rams down the Eagles 59 - 45

A technical on the Rams allowed a free throw by the Eagles top scorer Matthew Yellowtail to start Friday's game instead of a normal tipoff. Apparently the "T" was a result of an improper uniform top or number by Big Horn's Colter Carzoli.

Ram Matthew Wigglesworth was the top scorer of the evening with 24, his teammate Connor McCafferty pumped in 16 while TR's Matthew Yellowtail had 22 to lead the Eagles.
Matthew Yellowtail - 22-points
Matthew Wigglesworth - 24-points
Connor McCafferty - 16-points

Lady Eagles Still Perfect @19 & 0

The Tongue River Lady Eagles made it 19 in a row as they downed their cross-district rivals the Lady Rams of Big Horn 48 to 29. A full house crowd was on their feet as they welcomed the Lady Eagles when they took the court. The audience remained on their feet until the first score and then settled in for a great game by their Lady Eagles.

The Tongue River Lady Eagles made it 19 in a row as they downed their cross-district rivals the Lady Rams of Big Horn 48 to 29.
Tara Stimpson - 4-points
Ashley Bolin - 6-points
Eryn Aksamit - 3-points
Sarah Nielsen - 18-points
Sarah Rawlings - 5-points
Megan Myers - 12-points
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