Sheridan Broncs

With it slow going in the first half Senior Riley Ryan fired up the crowd and pulled the Broncs to within 2 on this dunk as the time ran down in the first half. The Riverton Wolverines went into the halftime break up 26 to 24 over the Broncs but it was a different story in the second half that saw the Broncs outscore the Wolverines 38 to 30 for a final score of 62 to 56.

Lady Bronc Celena Kelly didn't see action until the second half but then she dominated with 2 deuces and 3 treys for a team high 13-points to help propel the Lady Broncs to a72 to 13 drubbing of the Riverton Lady Wolverines at home Saturday afternoon. By the time the afternoon ended 12 Lady Broncs were in the scoring column to only 6 for Riverton whose high scorer had but 3-points.

During the recent Bronc football award night Sheridan senior Jordan Roberts emceed the presentation of a framed Bronc football jersey to Head Football Coach Don Julian. The number 23 represents Sheridan's 23rd State Football Championship. This achievement is perhaps among the reasons why Julian was named Fall Sports Coach of the Year for football by the Wyoming Coaches Association.

Just seconds into the first game of the season Bronc Hunter Reece sets the tone for the evening by driving through and around the Wolves as the Broncs head toward the basket. The Broncs scored first and never let up as they demolished Green River 88 to 51 in front of a near capacity crowd Friday night at home.

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

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