Buffalo High School varsity girl’s basketball team lined up for the singing of the national anthem by fellow student Caydence Engling on Thursday night. Each girl on Buffalo’s played in at least two quarters.
Buffalo High School sophomore Cantrell Rosalez takes a shot from outside the key on Thursday night. Cantrell scored on the shot and was Buffalo’s second highest shooter of the game scoring a total of 13 points.
Buffalo High School junior McKinly Hepp looks for two despite several nearby defenders during the second quarter on Thursday night. Hepp joined the game in the second quarter and didn’t have a single foul in the three quarters she played.
Buffalo High School sophomore Cantrell Rosalez keeps over Big Horn freshman Saydee Zimmer to score two on Thursday night. Saydee was called for a foul on the play allowing Rosalez to take to the free throw line.
Buffalo High School junior Kendall Tietjen looks for an open teammate to throw the ball in during the third quarter on Thursday night. Kendall scored a total of 11 points during the game. Attendance numbers remain limited for basketball games with a cap of 100 visitors allowed in the gym due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Buffalo High School’s cheerleading team is stationed on top of the track this year rather than on the court because of COVID-19 precautions. The cheer team was quarantined for a while as several members tested positive but is finally back and able to practice and perform again.
Buffalo pulled a big win over Big Horn on Dec. 17, scoring first and maintaining the lead from start to finish. Buffalo finished the game 65-21 over Big Horn while the boys won at Big Horn. The girls team won't play again during the winter break, picking up next with an away game against Sheridan High School on Jan. 7 and a home game against Laurel on Jan. 8.