If you get a chance while driving north on Big Horn Avenue a glance to your left will reveal a profusion of Black-Eyed Susans just begging to be looked at. If you can't see them in person you'll have to settle on this photo taken on a beautiful Tuesday morning. The Ojibwe, native Americans, used the roots of the plant as a poultice for snake bites and for treating colds.
The Sheridan Recreation District Little Guy Football Teams provided half-time entertainment on Homer Scott Field Friday evening. The field was filled with 5th & 6th grade football players playing simultaneous games at the half-time break of the Sheridan Broncs and Evanston Red Devils High School football game.
In high school volleyball action Saturday afternoon the Sheridan Lady Broncs took on the #2 ranked Cheyenne East Lady Thunderbirds at home. Here East's Leah Cheney hammers one across the net but a pair of Lady Broncs: #30 Baylee Baker and Taylor Townsend go up and Baylee gets the block while #1 Brynne Gardner is alert and ready if needed on the play.
Senior Hayden Legerski, carrying the Bronc Banner, leads his team onto the field. On the field it was all business as the #3 ranked Sheridan Broncs downed the Evanston Red Devils 41 to 9. The Broncs hit the road to Rock Springs next week for a 6:00 pm game Friday before returning home to take on the Campbell County Camels. For more photos of the game see: http://deerrungraphics.com/footb...
On the last home tennis matches of the season Tuesday the Sheridan Seniors were recognized. Seniors Brad Peterson, Cameron Ellis, Malick Grant, Rachael Wood, Hailey Ligocki, Megan Eisenhauer, Denim Lind, and Laramie Westcott were recognized for their contributions to the team prior to taking to the courts for their last home stand.