Sports

If you want to get in on some hot horse shoeing competition there is still time. The action starts at 9:00 am Monday at the Big Horn Equestrian Center as part of Don King Days.

In the first round of Steer Roping at the 25th Anniversary of Don King Days, Jay Pixley gets the job done in a quick 12.0 seconds. Scroll down to see it from start to finish. The 3rd and 4th go-round are set for Monday starting at 11:00 am. at the Big Horn Equestrian Center. For more photos see: http://deerrungraphics.com

With the score tied at 12-12 late in the 6th chucker MVP Carlucho Arellano backhands this hit for a score and the win as the Retama team beats the Jan Pamela team in the Henry Burgess Memorial Cup during Sunday's Don King Days events. For more photos see: http://deerrungraphics.com

In their first competition of the season Thursday morning the SHS Tennis Team hosted Jackson. The Sheridan girls won over the Jackson girls 3 to 2 while the boys lost to Jackson 2 to 3. Katelynn Brooks, shown here, took the #2 Singles from Jackson's Ellie Kucera 6-2, 6-0.

On Tuesdays and Wednesdays through October 2nd you cannot only catch the Sheridan Recreation District Little Guy Football (5th/6th Grade) Players in action on Madia Field but you can also catch these Little Guy Football Cheerleaders on the sidelines cheering on the teams and fans. They are from the left in the back row: Skye, Hailey, Autumn & Samie and in the front row: Aleyah, Evelyn & Libby.

Just minutes into the first football game of the 2013 season Carson Bates of Wendy's Steelers takes a 4th down kick from the Kane Funeral Services Chiefs and returns it into the end zone for the first score of the season. On a hot Tuesday evening on Madia Field the Steelers were red hot as they handily won the first game of the season by a score of 20 to 0 over the Chiefs.

The 33rd Annual Sheridan County Rodeo wrapped up with an Award's Ceremony and Supper Sunday evening. After numerous buckles and other items were awarded it was time for the five big winners to step up and take home a saddle.

Timber Kelly (shown here) and Delani Cunningham (shown below) both rode for scores of 70 and were unchallenged in showing the boys how to ride steers until Sam Haskett, the last rider (shown below), matched the girls with his ride of 70.

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