Sports

Sporting new hairdos Seniors Luke Ostrowski and Jack Syring, swimming in the last home meet of their high school careers on Friday afternoon, were recognized during the meet and performed this dual dive to cap off their home season.

With 6-seconds to go in the Friday evening thriller Cheyenne's Josh Fearing hit a two to break a 57-57 tie and put the Indians up by 2-points, Central 59 to Sheridan's 57. Bronc Coach Gale Smith called a timeout. Then with the clock running down Sheridan Bronc Anthony Newlon hit this three at the buzzer to the delight of the filled to capacity student section.

Tied no longer at 6-1 are the Sheridan Generals and Casper Thunderbirds. The Generals cooled off the hot Thunderbirds Wednesday evening with top notch shooting - 28-points from Frederic Dure, 22 from Victor Bermudez and 13 from Ron Mvouika. Tate Stensgaard had 6-points before going down hard in the second half - leaving the game with a bum right arm.

Sheridan's Lady Generals, ranked number 17 in the country, now stand at 17 - 4 following Wednesday's Region IX win over the visiting Casper Lady Thunderbirds by a final score of 62 to 50. Milomilo Nanai led the way for the Lady Generals to lead all scorers with 15-points, followed by teammates Jasmine Davis with 12 and Josie Three Irons with 11.

On Saturday afternoon if you suited up as a Big Horn Ram you played and when you played you scored. Ten Rams suited up and these five, Colter Carzoli, Deven Ibach, Max Lube, Mathew Hansen and Micheal Lamb, came off the bench to pump in a collective 26-points. These 26-points plus 40 from the starters blew away the Sundance Bulldogs 66 to 18.

On Saturday afternoon in Big Horn the Lady Rams capped off the week with another victory - this one in a win over the Sundance Lady Bulldogs by a score of 48 to 39.

Friday evening the Sheridan Lady Broncs made it 12 & 1 on the season as they downed the Cheyenne South Lady Bison 74 to 50. The six scorers seen here pumped in 60 of those 74 - Taylor Townsend with 8, Maddy McClure with 10, Alison Geary 6, Mali Wright 6, Robbie Ryan 15 and Hailey Ligocki 15. Next up for the Lady Broncs is a 1:30 Saturday meeting at home against Laramie.

Friday evening in Big Horn the #5 ranked Rams jumped on their cross-district rivals the Tongue River Eagles with 33 points to TR's 17 in the first quarter and never looked back as they cruised to a 82 to 58 win. On the far left Tanner Dockery gets two of his team high 20-points equalling the 20 put up by Big Horn's Colter Carzoli in the next frame to the right.

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