Sheridan Broncs

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.

Prior to the start of Friday evening's football game between the Sheridan Broncs and the Natrona County Mustangs the John Donald Garbutt Post 7 Honor Guard carried the colors onto the field for the singing of the National Anthem. Then at half time area veterans came out on the sidelines, lined up behind their respective service flag and were honored before the packed stadium crowd.

Students and faculty at Sheridan High School had their pink on Friday for the 4th annual Pink Bronc Day. The marketing class have been busy selling pink Bronc t-shirts that will benefit breast health in Sheridan.

(Photos by Ron Richter)

If you were a competitor against Sheridan's Julia Fenn this year, or last year for that matter, and looked across the net to see this scene you were doomed to fail. Yes, Julia Fenn is undefeated as a Lady Bronc No. 1 singles tennis player and has two State 4A Championship Titles to her credit - so far and she's just a Sophomore.

On Friday afternoon the Sheridan Lady Bronc Swimmers & Divers took on Cody and Riverton in the pool for the last home meet of the season. Sheridan beat Riverton 134 to 44 and Cody 118 to 66 thanks in part to Whitney Migrants 1st Place in Diving - where on this dive she earned scores ranging from 5.5 to 6.5 for a final score of 212.80.

On their first play from scrimmage, after having stopped the Camels on their first drive, Bronc Senior Kameron Eckard hit Senior Daniel Sessions with a short pass that Daniel ran 67-yards into the end zone for the first score in the 35th Energy Bowl on Saturday in Gillette. The extra point kick by Bronc Nick Gill was good to make the score 7 - 0 just a minute and a half into the game.

With just seconds to go in the first half Bronc Senior Nick Gill pounds his way through a quartet of Tigers to just get into the corner of the end zone to put his Broncs up 18 to 0. Nick also kicked the extra point to make it Sheridan 19 - Rock Springs 0. Both teams were scoreless in the second half as Sheridan now stands at 5 & 0 while Rock Springs sinks to 0 & 5.

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