Buffalo’s starters for the varsity game against Billings Central hold hands on the bench before being announced on Saturday. The boys team hosted all three of their games for the Wyoming/Montana Border Wars Tournament last week.
Buffalo High School freshman Eli Patterson stretches for a rebound so the Bison can shoot again on Saturday. Buffalo kept the score close, getting fans and the bench excited in the final half of the game, but ultimately fell 63-71 to Billings Central.
Buffalo High School senior Coy Johnson shoots for three during the first half of the game against Billings Central on Saturday. Coy was Buffalo’s lead scorer by a large margin, scoring 23 total points, 12 of which came from outside the 3-point line
Buffalo High School senior Coy Johnson throws the ball down court on Saturday. The fast paced game remained close throughout the game, with Billings Central only pulling a wider lead in the final quarter.
Buffalo High School senior Coy Johnson reaches around Billings Central senior Clarence Stewart in an attempt to knock the ball lose on Saturday. This attempt was in the final few minutes of the game as Billings Central narrowly gained a lead.
Buffalo High School boys varsity hosted the final game for the Wyoming/Montana Border Wars Tournament on Saturday night when they faced off against Billings Central. Buffalo stayed within a few points for the majority of the game, only trailing in the final quarter and ultimately finishing in a narrow loss of 71-63. The tournament faced all larger, non-conference schools and challenged the teams to play hard three days in a row. The next home game for the Bison is scheduled for Friday, Jan. 15.