4-A State swimming begins today / Regional Volleyball and Football playoffs start tomorrow

LADY BRONC SWIMMING AND DIVING - The Sheridan Lady Bronc swimmers and divers open the 4-A state championships today in Gillette.

Head coach Brent Moore says the Lady Broncs are coming off a very good regular season and conference meet.

And he says the team is ready to go and ready to swim fast.

And he says the Lady Broncs could make a run at the top three this week Prelims start this afternoon the finals will be tomorrow.

RAMS FOOTBALL - In the high school football playoffs the Big Horn Rams host Lovell tomorrow night at 6:00 the game can be heard live on 87.7 FM ESPN radio.

Head coach Michael McGuire says it's elimination time and the regular season means nothing now.

This will be the third straight season the Rams and Bulldogs have met in the playoffs and that puts a lot more intensity into tomorrow night's match up.

McGuire says all the talk is over and now it comes down to getting the job done on the field.

EAGLES FOOTBALL - The Tongue River Eagles will play at Cokeville tomorrow kickoff is at 1:00.

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs will host Cheyenne Central tomorrow night we will be on the air at 5:30 with the first federal pregame show on 14-10 KWYO kickoff is at 6:00.

COWBOY FOOTBALL - The Wyoming Cowboys have a road trip to Fresno state Saturday night broadcast time will be at 7:30 kickoff is at 8:30 on KWYO.

BRONCO FOOTBALL - The Denver Broncos play at New England Sunday you can hear that game live on KWYO Bronco pregame at 12:05 kickoff is at 2:25.

4-A REGIONAL VOLLEYBALL - High school regional volleyball tournaments start tomorrow, the 4-A East will be in Sheridan the Lady Broncs open Friday afternoon at 1:00 against Laramie

2-A REGIONAL VOLLEYBALL - At the 2-A East in Torrington Tongue River plays Burns at 9:00 followed by Big Horn and Pine Bluffs at 11:00.

SC VOLLEYBALL - The Lady Generals volleyball team plays Laramie county tonight at 7:00 out at the Hoffman dome.

SC HOOPS - The Sheridan college basketball teams open their season this week hosting a tournament at the Hoffman dome Friday and Saturday.