What does Lady Bronc Hailey Ligocki do the night before the biggest tennis match of her career? Root for the Bronc Football team and perhaps #22 Gabe Dahmke in their victory over Gillette on Friday night. Then on Saturday it was all business for Hailey as she took center stage and took on Natrona's Jayde Parmely for the Wyoming State Tennis Championship in girls #2 Singles.
After a grueling, thirsty battle on the courts Friday, Sheridan #3 Doubles Team, Kit Price and Trace Addlesperger, came off the victors carrying eight nearly empty bottles of that ever important liquid on a hot day. Kit and Price dueled Joe Caulton and Tanner Price from Cody in a marathon before finally winning 3-6, 7-6, 7-4, 6-4 to advance to the Consolation Winners match on Saturday.
Sheridan Bronc Jordan Roberts carries the "Banner" onto the Campbell County field in Gillette to start a tremendous Friday night of football against the Camels. For more see and hear: http://www.sheridanmedia.com/spo... Then come back later for more photos.
At halftime during the recent Sheridan Broncs & Rock Springs Tigers football game the following came over the public address system: "Sheridan High School Students and Staff are pleased to present a check in the amount of $2015.50 to the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation to support the Welch Cancer Center project in Sheridan.
Reata Brannaman and Pet are showing off the National Colors - show off yours tonight by wearing pink at the football game between the Sheridan Broncs and the Rock Springs Tigers. Kickoff is at 7:00 pm on Scott Field in Sheridan.
Fall started at 3:04 am Friday in Sheridan and the fall color is definitely "Pink" - at least at Sheridan High School. The "Broncs are all in Pink" tee-shirts are all sold out, as evidenced by the photo, for the 2nd Annual Pink Bronc Day of September 23rd. All funds raised support the Welch Cancer Center as the check for $2,015.00 indicates.
Wearing their Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals are Katie Sears - gold, Ron Peterson - silver, and Shauna McNabb - bronze @ the 1st Annual Hillbilly "Limpics" competition sponsored by Sheridan Media and held at Fremont Motors Thursday at 5:30 pm.
Under a beautiful blue Wyoming sky and with full military honors U. S. Senator Malcolm Wallop was laid to rest with his beloved Big Horn Mountains as a back drop. Funeral services were held Thursday morning in St. Peter's Episcopal Church filled with family, friends and government officials who honored the late senator's life.