Lady Rams get good win at Wyoming Indian

SHERIDAN — The Big Horn Lady Rams (2-5) beat Wyoming Indian 56-54 at Wyoming Indian Friday night to start the Front Range Classic.
Head coach Mike Daley said that it was a good win in a tough place to play for a young team.

“We had our hands full,” he said. “I was very proud of our kids, it’s a tough place to take a young team.

“Especially when to take a team this far from home when everybody is hitting Christmas break, so for the mental part of our team I was very pleased.

Hanneah Puckett scored 22 points and Bailey Bard score 15.

He did add that they need to work on free throw shooting after they hit just 24-43 from the line in the win.

Big Horn plays Wind River and Big Piney to close out the calendar year today.

Wind River 53, Lady Eagles 43
SHERIDAN — The Tongue River Lady Eagles (4-2) lost their second game of the year Friday, falling 53-43 at Wind River. Falling behind early, head coach Dianne Moser said the girls played hard throughout but the one bad quarter was enough to keep Wind River out of reach.

“We got within seven but couldn’t quite put them away,” she said.
Tara Stimpson scored 16, Amanda Buller and Kylee Knobloch each scored seven points.

NOTE: Scores from Big Horn and Tongue River boys games were not available by press time

Friday’s Scores
The Associated Press
BOYS BASKETBALL
Burlington 80, Lovell 42
Powell 60, Rocky Mountain 44
Worland 52, Thermopolis 45
Campbell County 73, Riverton 67
Cheyenne East 38, Uintah, Utah 36
Mountain View 51, North Summit, Utah 48
Star Valley 55, Kemmerer 30
Dubois 61, Hanna-Elk Mountain 39
Shoshoni 51, Farson-Eden 35
GIRLS BASKETBALL
Buffalo 50, Burlington 45
Powell 55, Thermopolis 35
Campbell County 78, Riverton 49
Cheyenne Central 58, Union, Utah 32
Evanston 38, Mountain View 32
Kemmerer 47, Star Valley 43
Pinedale 33, Manila, Utah 30
Hanna-Elk Mountain 44, Dubois 31
Shoshoni 63, Farson-Eden 38

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