Friday night in Dayton, Tongue River's #11 Stephen Yellowtail led the way with 30 points while #21 Tanner Dockery and #15 Matt Yellowtail followed with 16 and 10 respectively for 56 of the Eagles 70 points as they downed their cross-district rivals the Big Horn Rams. The Rams led by 4, 11 and 5 at the end of quarters 1, 2 and 3 but fell behind in the 4th.
The Tongue River Lady Eagles soared over the cross-district rivals the Big Horn Lady Rams 67 to 42 in Dayton Friday evening. The two Sarah's - Sarah Rawlings and Sarah Nielsen set the tone for the evening by adding their jersey numbers of 10 and 20 respectively to come up with 30 points between them - 13 for Nielsen and 17 for Rawlings.
Down one-point and with time running out Sheridan's Taylor Kraft rises for a two in front of the Sheridan student section and over the head of Billing's Trevin McNeil. The basket was oh so good and the students reacted to the last second basket for the win. Sheridan Broncs 57 and Billings Senior Broncs 56 was the final score.
Big Horn Pep Band trombone player, Darien Gostas, blew his way into the New Year supporting the Lady Rams basketball team who blew away the competition last week and will meet their cross-district rivals, the Tongue River Lady Eagles in Dayton on Friday at 4:30 pm.
Some great hockey this past weekend, these pics are of the Sheridan Hawks Bantam team playing Riverton, Sheridan won both games keeping them on top of the standings with a record so far of 7-2-1. GO HAWKS!
As Big Horn Lady Ram Erica O'Dell guards Wright Lady Panther Brittany Belt on their way down court they pass in front of the Big Horn Pep Band. The sheet music on the stand is "I Gotta Feeling" by the Black Eyes Peas. The Pep Band may have played just the music but no doubt the lyrics set the tone for Friday night's game between the Big Horn and Wright girls varsity basketball game.
The Sheridan Broncs took to the pool against Campbell County on Thursday afternoon in their first home meet of the season. The Broncs were outnumbered about 30 to 6 but swam and dove with determination. Junior Luke Ostrowski, shown here, took first place in the 100 Meter Freestyle with a time of 1:02.08 while teammate Jack Syring took second place 4-seconds later with a time of 1:06.14.