Cowgirl Basketball Season Comes to a Close / Pokes Continue in the "CBI" Tonight / Spring Soccer and Track Open

COWGIRL HOOPS - The Wyoming Cowgirls basketball season closed out Saturday with a 68-67 loss against Washington state in the second round of the WNIT.

COWBOY HOOPS - The Cowboys will play another home game tonight in the "CBI" tournament they will play the University of Missouri - Kansas City (UMKC). We will have the game live for you on KWYO and 87.7 FM pregame starts at 6:30 with the tip at 7:00.

SOCCER - The Bronc and Lady Bronc soccer teams opened their seasons with three weekend matches in Casper the Lady Broncs went 1-2 with losses against Casper Kelly Walsh and Jackson and a 4-0 win over Evanston.

The Broncs went 2-1 with victories over KW and Evanston and 2-1 loss against Natrona county both the Broncs and Lady Broncs will play in Buffalo Friday night.

TRACK AND FIELD - The Bronc and Lady Bronc track teams opened the outdoor season at the "Glenn Legler" invitational in Casper Saturday the Lady Broncs were 2nd and the Broncs 3rd.

Highlights included Peyton Bomar winning the 300 meter hurdles and the long jump for the Lady Broncs and Xiomara Robinson won the 3200 meters.

For the Broncs they dominated the 800 meters the event was won by Jered McCafferty with Tymer Goss 2nd, Brian Gonda 4th and Derek Vela 5th.

DOUBLEDAY SPORTS - The Doubleday park sports complex board will hold three open houses to show the public what the new complex in north Sheridan will look like and be taking public input at the events they will be held tomorrow, Wednesday and Thursday at the Sheridan college Whitney academic center and will start at 6:00.

Tomorrow night's event they will be seeking input for the soccer portion of the complex, Wednesday they will feature the baseball and softball aspect of the complex and Thursday will be a general meeting on the entire project the public is invited to attend.

TROOPER / JETS BASEBALL - Sheridan American Legion baseball will hold it's annual player / parent meeting Thursday night at 6:00 at the Memorial hospital office building on Gould street.

Troopers Head coach Ben Phillips says they've had some good additions to the program with several younger players coming into American Legion baseball with some good skills.

Phillips returns several key players from that team and that's a good thing as the season opens in the middle of April.