Cowboys Lose; Cowgirls Win VS CSU-Daily Sports Update
The Wyoming Cowboys continue to struggle offensively as they lose at Colorado State on Saturday night 65-46. The UW defense has been able to hold their opponents below 70 points per game but not getting a lot of offense to go along with the defense. Derrious Gilmore led the Cowboys with 26 points, but not much from anyone else. Leading scorer Leonard Wahington was held to 9 points and Larry Nance Jr. with just 3 points. The guard combo of Riley Grabau and Josh Adams went a combined 0-12 from the field as the Cowboys shot just 29 percent from the field. Wyoming drops to 15-6 overall and 2-6 in the Mountain West Conference. CSU improves to 18-4 overall and 5-2 in league play, and have won 26 games in a row at home. The Pokes will be on the road at Cal Bakersfield on Wednesday night.
The Wyoming Cowgirls defeated Colorado State Saturday afternoon 82-67 at the AA in Laramie. Kayla Woodward led UW with 22 points and 19 points from Chaudra Sewell. The Cowgirls shot 50 percent from the field and made 9 of 20 3-pointers. Wyoming improved to 6-2 in the Mountain West Conference and 17-4 overall. CSU dropped to 6-14 and 2-5 in league play. The UW ladies will host Boise State on Saturday.
The Baltimore Ravens claimed their 2nd Super Bowl Championship with a 34-31 win over San Francisco Sunday night in New Orleans. Baltimore led 21-6 at halftime thanks to 3 TD passes from quarterback Joe Flacco, who was named MVP of the game. He was 22 of 33 for 287 yards. Jacoby Jones played a big role in the win for the Ravens with a touchdown reception and a record tying 108 yard kickoff return for a touchdown.
San Francisco got its act together after the 34-minute power outage in the 2nd half as quarterback Colin Kaepernick overcame an iffy first half to direct 4 scoring drives. Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis ends his career with his 2nd Super Bowl win, the first 12 years ago. And John Harbaugh beats his brother Jim in the battle of head coaches.
The high school Prep Game of the Week in boys basketball Friday night has Kelly Walsh hosting Green River. Pregame show at 7:15pm with tip-off at 7:30 on AM 1400 ESPN.
Here’s Monday’s Daily Sports Update with Frank Gambino.