Sheridan Broncs

Broncs lost 8 Sage Valley 18

Pictures taken by Ashley Lecholat

Broncs won 14-0!! Yeah! Go Broncs!!

Photos by Jeanne Moore

Led by Seniors Riley Ryan and Taylor Kraft the unity of the Sheridan Broncs shows as teammates hold hands in their approach to Scott Field just prior to 6:00 pm Friday evening kick off against the Cheyenne South Bison. The Broncs went on to score 9-touchdowns and 8-extra points to defeat the Bison by a final score of 62 to 6.

Kilpatrick Creations player of the game, #23 Jordan Roberts, scored 14-seconds into the game against Cheyenne South Friday evening and then followed with another 5-touchdowns for a total of six before #21 Nate Kane, #10 Kevin Bakkehaug and #11 Jonah Lehmann added three more for a total of 9-TD's on the evening.

Under perfect weather conditions the Sheridan High School Boys Varsity Cross Country team of: Michael Rotellini, Kyle Dietsche, Chris Garber, Taylor Bruso, Jordan Ligocki, Paul Stadick and Chris Romanjenko were off and running at the gun in the 2011 Michelle Ludwig Invitational 5000 Meter Run held on the grounds of Fort Mackenzie Friday afternoon.

On the first day of school at Sheridan High School it was also tennis time on the local courts as the SHS Tennis team took on Casper Natrona Tuesday starting at 3 pm. The Lady Broncs took to the courts first with Natrona's Regan Hendricks on the left taking on Sheridan's Noelle Golinvaux on the right in the #1 Singles.

Friday evening just moments before game time a rainbow appeared over Sheridan High School as the Sheridan Broncs were about to take to the field for the first game of the season. The Bronc Cheerleaders held the paper Bronc Head for the the players to run through and into an evening of Bronc dominance as they beat the Cheyenne Central Indians 31 to 12. Scroll down for more of the action.

Colby Wollenman of Big Horn and Kayla Woodward of Sheridan received the highest honor that a Wyoming High School athlete can receive - The 2011 Milward Simpson Award. Colby earned 9 letters, 5 all-conference and 4-all state awards in basketball, football and soccer and is the first Big Horn male athlete to ever win the award.

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