Sheridan Broncs

Lady Sheridan's Stephanie Sessions rises above Green River's Bailee Coy and Shayla Strauss for two of her 17 points on this shot. Sheridan blew past Green River to hand Coach Sean Yeager a winning debut as the Lady Broncs basketball coach in a decisive 68 to 40 win Friday night at the SHS gym.

Enroute to this handshake with Sheridan High School Running Back Jordan Roberts Sheridan's Head Football Coach Don Julian announced that Roberts had just been honored by the Gatorade Company as its 2011-12 Gatorade Wyoming Football Player of the Year. Roberts joins former Sheridan Bronc Austin Woodward who won the award for 2009-10.

Thursday evening, following a full-house dinner capped off with a season of football game highlights on the big screen, it was Bronc football award night in the auditorium at Sheridan High School. Toward the end of the awards assistant football coaches Michael McGuire, Darin Gilbertson, Jared Petrino, Jeff Mowry, D.J. Dearcorn and Kevin Rizer presented Head Coach Don Julian with this surprise.

ART EXPLORE:
Haley Timm, 6th grade
India Ink on leather

Katelyn Burkley, 8th grade
“Tree of Life” acrylics watercolor pencil
"Purple Flower" acrylics

Clay arts
Jade Beaver, 8th grade
Clay tile

Riley Wikel, 7th grade
Clay coil pot with glass beads

Submitted by SJHS Art instructor Holly Legerski

The Wyoming Coaches Association has named Sheridan's Don Julian the Class 4A Coach of the Year. His name and that of Cheyenne East's Chad Goff are on the ballot for Wyoming Coach of the Year - the results of that ballot will be counted on December 6th.

After the Sheridan Broncs went 11-1 and won the 4A State Football title the post season honors keep rolling in. The players shown here have been named to the All-State and All-Conference list with three also being named as Players of the Year. In addition to these ten, Kevin Bakkehaug, Casey Carlton and Hayden Legerski were also named to the All-Conference list.

The faithful and reliable signage at Perkins Restaurant and those in the vehicle windows of cars in the Sheridan High School parking lot on Monday morning say it all, "State Champs!" Some of the vehicle signs show the ravages of driving 300+ miles back from Laramie, many via Cheyenne, in extremely high wind and blowing snow conditions.

Our hats go off to the outstanding crew of Sheridan County School District No. 2 drivers who braved the elements and safely transported the Championship Football team, band and pep supporters to and from Laramie. Six buses made the roundtrip that included a detour through Cheyenne - a departure from the normal route through Medicine Bow on the way home.

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