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.
Next time you visit the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome look-up and view the new enhanced scoreboard that was installed over the Christmas break. The new board is viewable from two-sides as opposed to the 4-sided view of the old board. In addition to the new board at the top of the dome are two smaller boards - one on each end of the gym.
Sheridan Rampage captured the 6th Grade Boys Basketball Championship at the 2011 Winter Shoot Out sponsored by Sheridan Travel & Tourism and the Holiday Inn. At 12:20 pm Sunday the Sheridan Rampage took on the Casper Power Service T-Birds and won by a score of 50-19 to advance to the Championship game.
The Sheridan Rampage took on the Billings Rebels just after noon on Saturday - two of the 72 teams hitting the courts this weekend in and around Sheridan in the Holiday Inn 2011 Winter Shoot Out. When the dust on this game settled it was Sheridan's 6th grade Rampage team all over the Billings Rebels 50 to 19.
The Bronc Wrestlers took to the home mats for the first time this season on Tuesday evening and walloped the Billings West Golden Bears by a score of 49 to 18. The wrestling started with 160 pounder Alex Smiley of Sheridan setting the tone for the evening by taking JR Slotsve of West in a fall at the 1:20 mark. Sheridan jumped out to a 18 to 0 lead and cruised to a 49-18 finish.
With it slow going in the first half Senior Riley Ryan fired up the crowd and pulled the Broncs to within 2 on this dunk as the time ran down in the first half. The Riverton Wolverines went into the halftime break up 26 to 24 over the Broncs but it was a different story in the second half that saw the Broncs outscore the Wolverines 38 to 30 for a final score of 62 to 56.
Lady Bronc Celena Kelly didn't see action until the second half but then she dominated with 2 deuces and 3 treys for a team high 13-points to help propel the Lady Broncs to a72 to 13 drubbing of the Riverton Lady Wolverines at home Saturday afternoon. By the time the afternoon ended 12 Lady Broncs were in the scoring column to only 6 for Riverton whose high scorer had but 3-points.