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BRONC FOOTBALL GETTING READY FOR GAME WEEK

BRONC FOOTBALL - Monday it will be game week for the Sheridan Bronc football team is they open at Cheyenne Central a week from today.

The Broncs return a solid group of seniors and juniors that saw some good action last year for the defending state champs.

Today we look at Special teams and Defense Head coach Don Julian says the coaches put a lot on their Special teams and he says they look to be in good shape heading into this season.

TR EAGLES FOOTBALL BACK ON THE FIELD

EAGLES FOOTBALL - The Tongue River Eagles football team in their first week of practice since the program had to cancel the 2011 season.

New Head coach John Scott says he's been pleased with the turn out.

And Scott says the players have taken to the new coaching staff and the new system.

and he says the players put in the work this week to get the season started off on the right foot.

Go-Round and average winners for the 32nd annual Sheridan County Rodeo

Pee Wee Events (5-7 years old)

Barrel Racing

1st go-round- 1st- Nick Albrecht
2nd- Meagan Flint
2nd go-round- 1st- Faith Stimson
2nd- Nick Albrecht
Average- 1st- Nick Albrecht
2nd- Faith Stimson

Pole Bending

1st go-round- 1st- Nick Albrecht
2nd- Faith Stimson
2nd go-round- 1st- Faith Stimson
2nd- Nick Albrecht
Average- 1st- Faith Stimson
2nd- Nick Albrecht

Goat Tail Tying

1st go-round- 1st- Nick Albrecht
2nd- Faith Stimson
2nd go-round- 1st- Jhett West
2nd- Faith Stimson
Average- 1st- Faith Stimson

SHERIDAN CO-REC SOFTBALL

Sheridan co-rec state runner up softball team.

The state tournament was held in Powell. They lost to Cole sports from Gillette 13-11 in the 10th inning in the title game.

Pictured back row left to right: Jimmy Stites, Devin Stites, Janet Austin, Ty Legerski, Kenny Phipps, Jayson Shore, and Jordan Hill

Front row left to right: Erin Legerski, Mikaela Myer, Teann Mefford, Tayla Legerski, Rebecca Odell

The team would like to thank Atlas Chiropractic, Star Video, Advanced Fence, Peter Ds RV, Steady Stream Technology, Eds Auto Glass for all of their support and sponsorship.

US AM UPDATE / RAMS FOOTBALL

US AM GOLF - Former Sheridan Bronc golfer Taylor Reed was eliminated from the US Amateur golf championships in Denver Tuesday. He opened play Monday at Cherry Hills country club and shot a 5 over par 76 his second round score was 80.

Reed was the only Wyoming golfer in this year's field nearly 300 players qualified for this year's event which used two different courses for the stroke play format over the first and second rounds.

The top 64 players start match play today.

BIG HORN POLO RESULTS

There were two tournament finals played on Sunday August 12, The Powder Horn Cup; and the D.A. Davidson Cup.

It was the Dog & Cat Shelter Benefit day at the Big Horn Equestrian Center.

In the Powder Horn Cup, Sheridan Seed Co. defeated Hammer Chevrolet 7-3.

MVP, sponsored as always by Kiwi Katering, was Mili Galindo of Hammer Chevrolet.

Best Playing Pony was “Confetti”, played by Mili Galindo.

Sheridan Seed Co:

#1 Kirby Taylor / Anup Sidhu

#2 Peter Taylor

#3 Kris Dalton

#4 Cacho Galindo

Hammer Chevrolet:

#1 Maggie Boyle / Juile Boyle

SHERIDAN GOLFER OPENS US AM / FOOTBALL BRONCS ON TRACK FOR OPENER

US AM GOLF - Former Sheridan Bronc golfer Taylor Reed opened play yesterday at the US Amateur golf championships in Denver.

The top 64 players after today's round qualify for the match play format for the rest of the tournament.

Monday Reed played at Cherry Hills country club and shot a 5 over par 76 his tee time today is at 12:45. The leader fired a 7-under par 64 yesterday.

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Bronc football team is 11 days away from their season opener at Cheyenne central. Head coach Don Julian says so far so good the first week.

2012 FALL SPORTS SEASON IN FULL SWING TODAY

EAGLES FOOTBALL - The Tongue River Eagles is back today football as team returns this season after the 2011 season was canceled because of the lack of players.

Veteran Wyoming high school and college coach John Scott is taking over the coaching duties this fall, as the Eagles prepare to start two a day practice today Scott talks about challenges they face in getting the program going again.

And Scott says the job of the coaches and players is not to look back but to move forward with the 2012 season.