College Hoops / Pokes Football season ends Saturday / Broncos hang on for victory / Super 25 and all-state football honors

SC BASKETBALL - The Sheridan college Generals are 8-2 overall and get ready for home action this weekend. if you haven't seen the Generals in action this season they will play four home games over the next two weekends, Head coach Matt Hammer.

Hammer says the buckets will take care of themselves but the defense is where they need the most work over the next three weeks before the holiday break.

The Lady Generals are 7-2 overall and will join the generals in action at the Hoffman dome Friday and Saturday Head coach Frank McCarthy has the team playing at a high level and fans will enjoy watching the Lady Generals this weekend.

Both teams host for the 40th annual Sheridan Lions club tournament this weekend game time will be 5:00 for the Lady Generals and 7:00 for the Generals.

COWBOY BASKETBALL - The Wyoming basketball Cowboys whipped Colorado Saturday 56-33 to go to 3-0 on the season. Tonight the Pokes host Florida A&M pregame at 6:30 tip off at 7:00 on KWYO.

COWGIRL BASKETBALL - The Cowgirls play Idaho at home tomorrow night pregame at 6:30 tip off at 7:00 on KWYO.

COWBOY FOOTBALL - The football Cowboys got blasted by Boise state 63-14 Saturday night. The Pokes end the season at New Mexico Saturday. we will have the season finale live on KWYO pregame at 11:00 kickoff at noon.

BRONCO FOOTBALL - The Denver Broncos beat Miami 39-36 Sunday, they play at Kansas City Sunday night on KWYO kickoff will be at 6:30.

WINTER SPORTS SEASON - The high school winter sports season starts a week from today with the opening of practice for basketball, wrestling and bronc swimming.

SUPER 25 / ALL-STATE FOOTBALL - Three Sheridan county football players made the super 25 team this year as they were honored over the weekend, Joe Shassetz from Sheridan and Big Horn teammates Kerry Powers and Christian Mayer.

All-state football players from Sheridan county:

Six from Big Horn made the 2-A list Mason Lube, Molan McCafferty, Kerry Powers, Christian Mayer, Garrett Allen and Brice Beisher.

Two from Tongue River made the 1-A all state team Lane Dockery and Pierce Jardine

For the Sheridan Broncs Tory Music made 4-A all-state on the offensive and defensive lines, Joe Shassetz made all state as well as Colby Bruney, Evan Coon.

Shassetz made all state at three positions including wide receiver, defensive back and kick return specialist.