Sports

The team of Cameron Lindell, Bernie Spielman, Randy Wieland and Cheryl Wieland were the 1st Gross Winners with a 54 at Saturday's Holy Name Golf Tournament held at the Kendrick Golf Course. For the results of the top 7 of the 21 entered teams see: http://www.sheridanmedia.com/spo...

The youth rodeo is all about family and fun, and the support of the county's youth. There was something for all ages to compete in, from dummy roping, to barrels, poles, steer riding, and roping.

In addition to being the Highest Scoring Dog at the 2011 Dog Show with a score of 175 and qualify for State Competition Betty Ann Jerney's "Shilo" earned Rosettes and Plaques for "Champion On A Leash (A) Dog" and "Junior Veteran - Novice in Rally". To see the winners and more scroll down.

Five-year old Caleb Kilbride, from Dayton, gets in a little "Mechanical Bull Riding" time on Friday afternoon at the the Sheridan County Fair Grounds. On Saturday from 10am-6pm is the last opportunity to ride the bull with the Championship Event, sponsored by Trubuilt Builders, scheduled to start at 1pm.

There were 13 teams registered and over 60 participants in the 3rd annual Dayton Days Volleyball Tournament. It was a hot & brutal day, but these players toughed it out.

Winners were:

Grades 3-5
Volleywood – Samantha Demontiney, Emily Elliot, Sarah Summer & Zaveah Kobza.

Grades 6-8
Cookie Monsters – Maddie Boll, Gracie Carr, Allie Reed, Dylan Patterson & Casey Caywood

Each Sheridan WYO Rodeo last month started with the World Championship Indian Relay Race, races that often involve "wrecks" like the jockey, Ian White from the Hoop Dancers Team from Wyola, MT, going down in the second heat of of the first night of rodeo action.

Saturday afternoon at the Sheridan County Fair the miniature horses jumped into action and when the Junior - Miniature Jumping - was over Harley Johnson with her horse Gizmo and Dane Hansen with his horse Biscuit each took home a Champion Rosette. Harley is seen here with Gizmo going over the last jump as Judge Kim Ferguson from Wolf, Wyoming gets a close up view of the action.

The Sheridan Cowgirl's Association held their next to last evening rodeo of the season at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds on Thursday. Coming out on top in barrel racing were Kennedy Myers in Pee Wee Barrels with a time of 20.41, Ellie Bard led in Junior Barrels with an 18.51 run and in Senior Barrels it was Makenna Balkenbush also with an 18.51.

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