Sports

They played in the Power to Play Sports-Wyoming Winter Championship in Cheyenne on Sunday, March 9th. They won the Championship for the 6th grade boys division.
Back row (L-R) are:
Lowden Askins, Sam Lecholat, Zach Koltiska, Xander Coon and Ethan Rickett.
Front row (L-R) are:
Brock Bomar, Jacob Boint and Garrett Coon
Coached by:
Justin Coon (not pictured)

Big Horn Elementary students turned out in numbers, complete with posters, to send off their Rams in what they hope will be another State Championship. Just after 1:00 pm Thursday Andy Quinn and Colton Bates came down the sidewalk getting handshakes and hi-fives all along the way while on the far left Ahnya (in pink) and Georgia (with the blue hat) held the poster Mrs.

On the evening before their trip south for the Regional Basketball Tournament Big Horn recognized their Seniors at a potluck buffet on "Senior Night." Weather conditions scrapped the originally planned event when Rocky Mountain cancelled their trip to Big Horn and thus the last home games of the season.

Sheridan Bronc Senior Cody Delk "getting it done" at the 2014 4A East Regional Wrestling Tournament on Saturday in Sheridan. In the regional championship match at 182# Cody won by a fall in 3:13 over Senior Carson Mock of the Campbell County Camels. Overall as a team the Broncs finished regionals in 2nd place with 186 points - 2nd only to Campbell County's 264.5 of the six teams participating.

In the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome at Sheridan College on Friday evening the Sheridan Broncs, on Senior night, pumped in a 47 to 37 win over the Cheyenne Central Indians. The four seniors who saw action accounted for 28 of the points with Reed Ritterbusch scoring a game high 14.

The rosters have been finalized for the 41st Annual Shrine Bowl all-star football game. The six selectees from Sheridan County are from the left: Daniel Sessions, Colter Carzoli, Nick Gill, Connor McCafferty, Tyler Julian (alternate) and Justin Orum. In addition to these players Mike McGuire from Big Horn has been selected as a North Assistant Coach.

The last home point of the season for the Sheridan Lady Broncs was by none other than Sophomore Robbi Ryan as she nailed this free-throw in Saturday's 49 to 38 victory over the Laramie Lady Plainsmen. The Lady Broncs stand at 18-1 overall and 7-0 in conference play with just three games left in the regular season - all on the road.

The ever present, ever cheering, Victoria with help from the Ram Mascot cheered the home team and crowd on to victory over the visiting Tongue River Eagles in Friday evening action in Big Horn. Victoria, who often works the crowd on her own, was joined by her sister and others who dawned the Ram mascot attire in shifts as they cheered the Rams on to a 72 to 38 de-feathering of the Eagles.

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