Sports

This last Friday April 8th the JV girls soccer team competed against Laramie. The weather was cold with blowing wind and it spiting 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. But after 10 min.

The 5 and 0 two-time defending state soccer champ Lady Plainsmen came into Friday nights match ranked #2 and took on the #4 ranked Lady Broncs in a Friday night match on Scott Field in Sheridan. On the cold evening the red hot Lady Broncs iced the Lady Plainsmen with three goals in the 2nd half to come away with a 3 - 0 victory.

On a cool, wet Thursday evening the Lady Broncs opened Conference soccer play at home on Scott Field against the Campbell County Camels. The Lady Broncs held the Camels to one goal in the first half thanks in part to defense like that shown here where Sheridan's goalie Jacey Repisis with help from #14 Afton Bateman successfully defended the kick by Gillette's Brittney Lacek.

Local athletes shined at the Jerry Campbell Invitational Track Meet held in Buffalo on Friday.

This last Saturday March 26th the Sheridan Bronc track team went to Cody to compete in there first meet as a full team. All the athletes went out and competed as hard as they could to set there marks to beat later in the season. The Cody invite also has other incentives to do well. If they were JV the athletes that won their event got a free T-Shirt.

Friday evening with the rain pouring down on Scott Field Sheridan's Jake Moore is a victim of a slick field as he takes the ball toward the goal. Jake and the Cody defender, #15 Carter Nielsen, collide as Jake slides down while kicking with the goal insight. The Sheridan Broncs went on to beat the Cody Broncs 1 to 0.

Monday evening the Harlem Ambassadors took to the hardwood at Sheridan College against the Hometown Heroes in a fund raiser for the Big Horn Christian Elementary School of Buffalo. Hometown Hero J.G.

The Sheridan Broncs traveled down to Casper this last Saturday March 19 to attend the Early Bird Invitational. This meet is the first of the outdoor season and the team did great. The meet was a challenge mostly do to the wind. The wind blew steadily around 30 miles an hour with gusts going up to 40 for the majority of the day.

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