At the Sheridan County High School Rodeo on Saturday Whitney Simmons from Decker scored a fast 3.98 on this run in Breakaway Roping. Whitney currently sits tied for the 21st position in the breakaway roping standings.The rodeo will continue at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds on Sunday at 9:00 am following Cowboy Church that starts at 7:30. For more: http://wyhsra.org/rodeos.htm
Sheridan High School boys soccer coach Kevin Rizer was named 4-A coach of the year this week by the Wyoming Coaches Association.For more:http://www.sheridanmedia.com/sports/shs-boys-soccer-coach-named-coach-year
Just seconds before the start of the Merrell Bighorn Trail 100 local runners Jeff Foster, Curt Schwamb, Anthony Garber, Darci Arsene, Wendell Robison and Josh Fuller looked ready, willing and able for the grueling journey ahead. About 150 runners left the corner of Dayton's Main Street and 2nd Avenue at 10:00 am Friday and headed into Tongue River Canyon.
It took Savanna Pehringer just 2.78-seconds to win the Adult Breakaway roping event at the Sheridan Cowgirl's Association Rodeo. Savanna beat out 14 other ropers in the event to claim top honors Thursday evening at the rodeo held from 6 - 9 pm most Thursdays - check the community calendar - during the summer at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.
Three local area girls, #24 Dallas Shaw, from Buffalo High School; #20 Kayla Woodward and #12 Brianna Smith (on the right) both from Sheridan High School competed on the 2011 Wyoming Girls All-Star Basketball team against Montana Friday evening. It was a rough night for Wyoming as reflected on the score board in the 3rd period of play in the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome at Sheridan College.
Between views of "The Gun" Wyoming All-Star, Colby Wollenman from Big Horn, hones his shooting skills, using the Gun, in preparation for the Wyoming v/s Montana All-Star Basketball Series that will kick-off Friday night in the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome at Sheridan College.
The 11th Annual Wyoming Rehab Hoop Jam 3 on 3 Street Basketball Tournament concluded Sunday afternoon with several Sheridan area teams taking home top honors. In the girls 4th grade competition the Sheridan "Bucket Dumpers" avenged a 7 to 6 loss to the "Swish" on Saturday to take the championship game beating them by a score of 16 to 12 on Sunday.