Sports

The #3 ranked Lady Eagles from Tongue River may have arrived in Big Horn by bus but then they took to the air and soared over the Lady Rams in three sets 25-13, 25-16, 25-13. When the final point was scored in the third set the TR players and fans simultaneously erupted in celebration - they had not only swept the Lady Rams on the day but almost on the year.

This set by Dylan Wright to her Senior Sister Mali Wright and the resultant hit for point #25 in game three Saturday garnered the Lady Broncs a 3-game sweep of the Lady Bisons from Cheyenne. It was the Lady Broncs final home meeting and Senior Day to boot as they swept the 3-games with wins of 25-7, 25-9 and 25-13.

Freshman Mackenzie Dougherty won the 100 Meter Butterfly Friday afternoon with a state qualifying time of 1:15.23 beating out Riverton's Jordan Settlemire by .10-seconds for first place.

The Sheridan Broncs take the field 5-minutes before kickoff at home against Laramie Friday evening in what could be called the "Snow Bowl." It took but 14-seconds for the Broncs to get on the board as Junior Daniel Sessions scored the first of his 6 TD's on the evening.

At 7:39 pm Thursday evening a tradition was started as the Flaming Bronc was first ignited during Homecoming Festivities held on Grinnell Plaza. Activities Director and Bronc Head Football Coach Don Julian said he hopes this event on Grinnell Plaza is but the first of many.

Sheridan's four, 4A State Tennis Champions enjoy Homecoming festivities on Grinnell Plaza on Thursday evening. These four Sheridan High School tennis players won state championships this past weekend in Gillette. They are: No. 1 girls singles champ Julia Fenn, No. 1 boys singles champ Reed Ritterbusch, No. 1 girls doubles champ Hailey Ligocki and her partner No. 1 girls doubles champ Rachel Wood.

Students from Sheridan High School present the Sheridan Memorial Hospital board of trustees with their earnings from their "Pink Bronc Day" T-shirt sales. The students sold a record 700 shirts this year, netting a record $3846.50 for their annual breast cancer fundraiser. The students collected an additional $300 in cash donations for the hospital. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

The residents at Emeritus at Sugarland Ridge often enjoy going out to lunch on Fridays to one of the local restaurants. On Friday, September 28th, they decided to bid farewell to the Historic Sheridan Inn and loaded up the bus and went to 1893 Grille and Spirits.

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