Kelly Walsh/Natrona At Home To Rock Springs and Riverton-Daily Sports Update
Kelly Walsh and Natrona boys and girls basketball teams are home to Rock Springs and Riverton in 4A West Conference games tonight and tomorrow. Kelly Walsh will host Rock Springs tonight. The girls game is at 5:45pm. The KW girls are 4-3 in the conference and 4-15 overall. The Rock Springs girls are 4-2 in the west and 10-9 overall. The boys game will follow at around 7:15pm. The Trojans are 10-10 overall and 4-3 in the 4A West. The Tigers come in at 2-4 in the conference and 7-12 overall. The KW teams will host Riverton tomorrow night at 5:45 and 7:30pm. On Thursday night the Natrona teams traveled to Riverton and would split their games. In the girls game, The Fillies pounded Riverton 54-17 to get to 8-0 in the 4A West Conference and 17-3 overall. The Mustangs lost to the Wolverines 61-44 to drop to 8-11 overall and 4-4 in conference play. NC will host Rock Springs Saturday afternoon at 2:00 and 3:30pm.
The Wyoming Cowboys will be at home to meet Fresno State Saturday afternoon at the AA in Laramie. The Pokes are 3-7 in the Mountain West Conference and 17-7 overall. Fresno State comes in at 2-8 in league play and 8-15 overall. Tip-off is at 2:00pm on AM 1030 ESPN.
The Wyoming Cowgirls will be on the road Saturday afternoon at Fresno State. The Cowgirls are 8-2 in the MWC and 19-4 overall. Fresno State is also 8-2 in the conference and 16-7 overall. 1:00pm tip-off from Fresno.
The Casper College basketball teams will host Little Big Horn College of Hardin, Montana Saturday afternoon at Erickson Gym. The T-Bird women are coming off a win at Northwest College of Powell on Wednesday. The men lost to NWC on Wednesday. The women’s game is at 3:00pm with the men’s game at 5:00 on AM 1400 ESPN.
The Wyoming high school regional wrestling tournaments are today and Saturday. Qualifiers will advance to the state tournament next Friday and Saturday at the Casper Events Center.
The Wyoming Cowboy Wrestling team will be in the NWCA National Dual Tournament on Sunday at the University of Missouri. The Cowboys are currently ranked 20th nationally and match up with 16th ranked Purdue in their first match and then take on either 6th ranked Missouri or Maryland in the 2nd round.
Here’s Friday’s Daily Sports Update with Frank Gambino.