On Saturday night at the State Wrestling Championships in Casper Sheridan's Lucas Giesey took first place in weight class 170. Lucas defeated Riverton's TJ Galey with a major decision 9-1 to end the season with a record of 42 and 8 to become the first Sheridan wrestler to win at state title since Trevor Goss in 2009. The Broncs finished in third place overall with 188 points.
It took overtime for the #3 ranked Sheridan Broncs to topple the #2 ranked Campbell County Camels 57 to 56 in Sheridan on Friday night to capture the conference title. Riley Ryan shown here hitting his third three in a row - in front of the standing room only student section who show their approval - to start the game led all scorers with 24 points on the evening.
Sheridan High School senior Jordan Roberts displayed the Gatorade Wyoming Football Player of the Year banner during an awards recognition ceremony last Saturday at halftime of the the Sheridan and Cheyenne Central basketball game. Jordan, shown here with Sheridan's Head Football Coach Don Julian, became the fifth Wyoming Football Player to receive the award.
With Seniors Riley Ryan, Taylor Kraft and Jordan Roberts holding and other members of the 2011 Wyoming State 4A Football Championship Team surrounding them the coveted championship football banner is proudly displayed for the first time. It was during halftime of Saturday's basketball game that the banner was presented to the team.
In this photo sequence Sheridan Bronc Senior Hunter Reece goes airborne over Cheyenne Central's Deondre Davis - lands and then shoots for two of his four points on the day. The Broncs led Saturday's game 7 to 3 after one, 15 to 9 at the half, 24 to 21 after three but came up short in the last minute of play to finish 35 to 36.
On their last home game of the season the Lady Broncs stomped all over the Lady Bison from Cheyenne South. At the end of the first quarter is was "all" Lady Broncs 21 to 0. At the half it was 34 to 8, 43 to 18 at the three-quarter mark and at the finale it was 56 to 22. Hailey Ligocki led all scorers with 18 followed by Noelle Golinvaux with 13 and Taylor Townsend with 11.
On Friday night at home the Big Horn Rams showed that Rams can indeed fly and that they did over their cross-district rivals the Eagles from Tongue River. Big Horn's Connor McCafferty led all scores with 24 points helping his fellow Rams lead 16 to 11 after one, 37 to 27 at the half, 58 to 38 after three and 68 to 58 at the finish.
Friday evening down 49 to 48 with 10-seconds left Lady Ram #23 Mali Wright passes over the head of #24 Tara Stimpson to #15 Erica O'Dell in front of #20 Sarah Nielsen, O'Dell tries to get the ball to #5 Hanneah Puckett but #42 Tianne Main takes the ball away from Puckett, an elated Stimpson watches as Main, with the ball over her head, throws to Tiana Mitchell down the court.