Sports

The Sheridan boys captured 6 of the 10 All-Conference awards following completion of the 4A East Conference Championship Tuesday in Cheyenne while one Lady Bronc made the list. Senior Cameron Lindell won the Conference Title by winning a three-way tie-breaking shootout that included his teammate Toby Nicholas.

Taylor Heaps, from Tongue River, went 4 for 4 at the Regional Track meet and when it was all over on Saturday he had an individual point total of 40-points. He is shown here well ahead of the competition in the 400 Meter Dash as he flies by the grandstand on the way to the finish line with a time of 52.42.

Friday on day one of the 1A, 2A & 4A East Regional Track & Field Meet being held on Scott Field in Sheridan, Tongue River's Hunter Vineyard topped the high jump bar at 5-01.00 to take first place. Scroll down to see several of the other local athletes that ended day one on the top of the leader board. Day two of the meet starts at 9:00 am with the final event scheduled for 4:30 pm

The Sheridan E.R. "Scoop" Shovlain Invitational was held at the Kendrick Municipal Golf Course on a beautiful Thursday and the Sheridan boys came out on top for the 18th time in a row with a team score of 290. Leading the way for the Broncs was the top place finisher Kamrin Allen with a 68, in 3rd place was Cameron Lindell with a 72 and in 4th place was Jace Rader with a 73.

This last Saturday May 7th was the start of the Snickers Soccer Tournaments. The tournaments were held at the big horn equestrian center. The games started in the morning at 8:00 and went to 6:30pm at night. with over 20 fields there were a lot of games going on at once. There were 3 categories of soccer teams for both boys and girls starting with U10 then U12 and U14.

This last Friday May 6th, the Sheridan High School track team traveled to Gillette to compete. This was the last regular season track meet and the last chance athletes had to pre-qualify for state or make the cut to go to regionals the next week. The weather was great with it being warm and not very windy. Many athletes got personal bests at the meet and some did pre-qualify for the state meet.

After 114 teams played 200 plus games on 22 fields over the course of two days - three Sheridan teams garnered Championship status. Shown here is the U14 Sheridan girls team that beat the Rushmore girls team 4 - 1.

This last Friday April 8th the JV girls soccer team competed against Laramie. The weather was cold with blowing wind and it was sprinkling rain, but that didn't stop the girls from playing hard. They kept Laramie back during the first half almost scoring multiple times. During the second half still tied at zero the Lady Broncs still pushed Laramie back almost scoring again. After 10 min.

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