The Tongue River fans were out in number complete with props as the number 5 ranked Lady Eagles from Tongue River beat their cross-district rivals, the number 3 ranked Lady Rams from Big Horn Friday evening in Dayton.
Saturday afternoon Sheridan's starting five, Noelle Golinvaux, Brianna Smith, Kayla Woodward, Stephany Sessions and Hailey Ligocki, hit the hardwood against the Indians from Cheyenne Central. In the 32-minutes that followed all eleven suited up Lady Broncs saw playing time en route to their 17th win - beating the Indians 74 to 46. The No.
In front of a standing room only crowd on Thursday evening Sheridan's Raith Durham hits a free-throw in the first period of play to draw the Broncs within 9 against the Campbell County Camels. The 2nd ranked Camels were just too much for the 3rd ranked Sheridan Broncs who came up on the short end of the 54-41final score.
Sheridan's Heavy Weight Wrestler Alex Marty makes it two on the day as he wins both of his matches on Saturday. In this match Alex pinned John Powers of Cheyenne East in a time of 1:56. Overall Sheridan came came very close in both of the day's meets - with Cheyenne Central is was 36-42 and Cheyenne East 36-42. Lacking a wrestler in the 103 weight class cost Sheridan 6-points in each meet.
Sheridan Lady Broncs; Brianna Smith, Noelle Golinvaux, Kayla Woodward, Stephany Sessions and Hailey Ligocki start the 2nd half strong on both offense and defense against Laramie Friday evening at home during their first conference game of the season. They led by 10 at the half and came on strong in the 2nd half to beat the Lady Plainsmen 67 - 39 as they continued their unbeaten season.
Sheridan High School indoor track athletes traveled to spearfish this past Friday Jan. 14th for there first meet this season. The athletes were eager to get going and it showed. Running in the brand new track at spearfish the team did very well with boys team placing 2nd. Many athletes pre-qualified for the national meet in Idaho later in the season.
Big Horn Senior Katie VanHoosier and Tongue River Freshman Tara Stimpson go up under the Big Horn basket as they battle for the ball Friday afternoon. The struggle continued on the landing with Tara getting help from Taylor LaFrance. The Lady Rams, on their home court with the stands filled to capacity, downed the Lady Eagles 49 to 32 in this cross-district rivalry game.
Tongue River's Stephen Yellowtail had a terrific Friday night with 37 points in a losing effort in part because of the height of Big Horn's 6'6" Colby Wollenman who blocks this shot. The Rams trailed at the half-way point by 4 but came back and won the game 68 to 53. In the earlier game the Lady Rams downed the Lady Eagles by a score of 49 to 32.