Sports

Sheridan's Junior Michael Rotellini won big for Sheridan at the inaugural running of the "Gary Benson" Memorial Border War track meet on Tuesday afternoon at Homer Scott stadium. Michael took 1st in the 800 Meter Run with a time of 2:03.10 and followed that up with a 1st in the 1600 with a time of 4:35.28.

After two hours of grueling racing Braden West from Sheridan's Cub Scout Pack 385 came out on top and took home the Elakawee District Pinewood Derby "Grand Champion" trophy at the races held Saturday morning at Hammer Chevrolet.

After a hard day of driving at the Pinewood Derby track brothers Aiden, 7; and Gaige Vielhauer, 9; of Pack 385 in Sheridan sat down to enjoy their well deserved lunch courtesy of Todd Windsor and Jimmy Johns.

Kori Puckett, Big Horn; Nick McGaugh, Tongue River; Kaitlyn Bell, Big Horn; and Bryce Williams, Big Horn; let 'em fly at the Powder Horn Golf Course on Friday. Big Horn and Tongue River hosted the event involving several area high school teams that included Upton, Lusk, Moorcroft, Sheridan (JV only) and Wright.

Halfway to the finish line with no one around him is Big Horn Junior Matthew Wigglesworth who finished the 300 Meter Hurdles in first place at the 2012 NSI Academy Twilight track meet held Thursday afternoon. Matthew's time of 43.45 is a new personal best beating his old PR of 46.25 set a year ago at the Tony Lehner Invitational in Glenrock.

In overtime of Tuesday night's soccer match between the Sheridan Broncs and the Buffalo Bison this header by Sheridan's Jake Moore gets past Buffalo's goalie Neil Medders for what looked like a proper score to many. However Jake was called for reckless play and was given a yellow card. The goal was revoked and the game eventually ended in a 2-2 tie - thus preserving Buffalo's unbeaten season.

With less than 8-minutes to go in a windy and hard fought battle Sheridan's Senior Hunter Reece would not be denied as he drove toward the goal and kicked the ball past Buffalo's Junior Neil Medders for the first score of the game. It was not quite enough as Buffalo responded in kind with less than 3-minutes to go in the game. It was tied at one all at the end of 80-minutes.

Sheridan Senior Macey Reid appears to want to go north while Buffalo Freshman Bre Hepp wants to go south, with the ball lodged between them, in the early game of a double header between Sheridan and Buffalo on Scott Field Tuesday. It was the unbeaten, 8 & 0, Lady Broncs taking on the, 3 & 2, Lady Bison.

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