In Friday's game #6 of the 4A East Regional Boys Basketball Championships the Broncs came on strong at the end to upset Laramie 49 to 42 thanks in part to: a three by Isaac Carrel while getting a hug from Laramie's Nick Mayes, traffic direction from Raith Durham, power going to the hoop from Riley Ryan and a power dunk from Dex Currington.
Friday evening Amiah Warder won the Division IV (9th to 12th grade) of the 2011"Stars of Tomorrow" talent contest presented by the Sheridan Kiwanis Club and emceed by Judy Taylor. Amiah, who has played the piano since she was five, did a solo titled "Piano Sonata No. 17 in D Minor - The Tempest" by Beethoven - a song she has practiced for over a year.
In the 2nd game of the 4A East Regional Basketball Championships on Thursday the Sheridan Broncs came out strong and never looked back as they extended a half-time score of 34-14 to a 63-29 final. Sheridan's Raith Durham, Dexter Currington and Riley Ryan are shown here going for early scores as they each rise above a sea of green jerseys. Sheridan next faces Laramie at 5:30 p.m.
Two-time Grammy Award winner, Bill Harley commanded the WYO Stage on Wednesday evening. With his guitar, voice and facial expressions he opened his show and wowed the audience with "I Don't Wanna Wait" followed by many more of his selections. Bill is supported in part by a grant from the Wyoming Arts Council with funding from the State Legislature and National Endowment for the Arts.
Wednesday, on the 107th birthday of Dr. Seuss, the man behind the "Cat in the Hat," - the "Cat in the Hat" appeared at the Sheridan Fulmer Public Library. Penny Hotovec of Ready to Learn at Wyoming PBS accompanied Denah McDonald, aka the "Cat in the Hat" into the Inner Circle of the Library to a crowd of youngsters who were eager to meet-and-greet.
Sheridan Ice Figure Skaters Jessica Ross, Jessie Pattison, Catherine Winnop, Elizabeth Winnop, Kairstyn Holden and Katelyn Kayser wrap up their season by taking to the ice one more time for the 2nd Annual Ice Show. Their Coach Emily Emond says the free Ice Show is an opportunity for the girls to showcase their talents in front of a home crowd.