Sports

In personal bests Big Horn's Matthew "Wiggs" Wigglesworth and Sheridan's Gabby Edeen captured first place varsity finishes in the Dan Hansen Track Meet held on an ever weather changing Saturday at Homer Scott Stadium in Sheridan.

Off of Lucas Wollenman's third assist of the night teammate Patrick McClurg takes aim and kicks the 5th goal of the evening for the Sheridan Broncs as they stomped all over the Laramie Plainsmen in the second half with five straight goals in the span of 26 minutes. Laramie scored two first half goals in Friday's outing but then it was all Broncs as they downed the number 2 Laramie Plainsmen.

Sheridan's Robbie Ryan, on the right, makes good on this 2nd half kick past four Lady Camel defenders that included goalie Ciara Nice and past a ducking teammate Emily Julian to give the Lady Broncs the only score of the game in their Friday afternoon victory over Campbell County.

Molly Butler and Kairstyn Holden prepare for the 4th Annual Sheridan Ice Show to be held at the Sheridan Ice Rink on Saturday, February 23rd at 6 pm. The show is free of charge and the public is welcome. (Photo Courtesy of Steve Pattison)

If you've seen a Tongue River Basketball game then perhaps you've seen the "Little Eagles Cheerleaders." In the back row starting from the left are: Mary from Highland Park Elementary (Sheridan), Lillian from Homeschool and Athena, Jaden & McKayla from Tongue River Elementary. In the front are Addison and Aurora also from Tongue River Elementary.

Wyatt Mirich of bighorn in the 60 hurdles at BHSU for Dickinson state (2), Wyatt Mirich of bighorn in the 60 hurdles at BHSU for Dickinson state, Cole Jolovich of Dayton running the 3k at bhsu for SDSMT, Taylor heaps of Ranchester getting the ha

Hundreds packed the Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall Saturday night to "Beat the Winter Blues." Exact numbers for attendance and fundraising are still being tallied. For the full story, click here.

On Friday night between basketball games in Dayton long-time basketball coach Larry Moser was recognized and presented with a plaque honoring his 35-years of service. During his career as a coach he amassed a record of 309-179 and took the Eagles to a state championship in 1994.

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