Sheridan Broncs

With her game high 20-points Sheridan's Robbi Ryan helped her team with another big win at home over the visiting Cheyenne East Lady Thunderbirds. Sheridan has now run its record to 14-1 on the season and hosts Cheyenne Central at 11:30 and 1:00 Saturday.

Sheridan Bronc Freshman Hayden Hastings in the 138-pound weight division had the first win of the evening for Sheridan on Senior Night against Cheyenne East's Levi Romsa in a pin @ 3:43. With Hayden's help the Broncs swept the Cheyenne Schools: 43 to 27 over East and 51 to 25 over Central.

Friday Sheridan and Buffalo met for an afternoon duel in the pool. Sophomore Bronc Presley Felker did his part in Sheridan's 86 to 65 win by taking first in the 200 Meter Freestyle with a time of 2:14.62

Sheridan Bronc Junior Dylan Daniels goes to the hoop near the end of the 3rd period over Laramie Plainsmen defender Gabe Selting. The two point play by Dylan added to his total giving him 13 on the evening as the Sheridan Broncs downed the Laramie Plainsmen 73 to 53 in home action Friday.

The Sheridan Lady Broncs wear their "NEVER FLINCH" shirts as a tribute to the late Weston Johnson as they get ready to warm-up for their game against the Natrona Fillies. For information on the Weston Johnson Memorial Service see: http://www.sheridanmedia.com/spo...

Midway through the 3rd period Sheridan Lady Bronc Robbi Ryan breaks loose, heads to the hoop but is fouled by Natrona Fillie Sarah Jones. Robbi would get one of two free-throws at the line to put her team up 40 to 26. Natrona mounted a late second half drive that fell just short. At the buzzer it was #2 Sheridan 55 over #1 Natrona 53. For more photos visit: http://deerrungraphics.com

Sheridan High School Basketball tipped off the season with a Fun Night that included freshman, sophomore, junior varsity and varsity scrimmages as well as a Lady Bronc Moms' Team v/s a Bronc Moms' Team scrimmage.

At high noon Saturday these 76 Class 4A girls embarked on the 5K State Cross Country Championship run on the grounds of Fort Mackenzie. Nineteen minutes and fifteen seconds later Tabitha Simmons of Campbell County High School crossed the finish line in first place.

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