Sheridan Broncs

Three days of wind and rain couldn't dampen the spirits of the 2011 4A Wyoming State Soccer Champions who are seen here with Senior Captain Zack Will pointing to "State Champion" on their well deserved award. It was Sheridan's first ever soccer championship as they defeated the Laramie Plainsmen who denied it from happening a year earlier on the same field. Scroll down for more.

This last weekend was State track for Sheridan High School. Starting Thursday the 19th going through Saturday the 21st the team competed in track and field events. Athletes did there best to get points for the team despite the snowy weather on Thursday then rain and wind on Friday and Saturday. All the athletes went out and competed like the weather wasn't an issue.

For the first time ever the Sheridan Broncs are the Wyoming State High School Soccer Champions. Sheridan came from behind to take the title from last years winners the Laramie Plainsmen with two goals in three minutes to seal-the-deal 2 to 1.

Buffalo Senior Mattie Reid follows the ball right through Powell's goalie on a rain soaked Big Horn Equestrian Center field Thursday afternoon. The Lady Bison poured it on and came away with an 8 to 0 win. Scroll down to see Mattie run through the goalie. Next up for the Lady Bison is a game against Jackson Hole at 2:00 pm Friday on Field #2.

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Wind driven rain out of the east couldn't prevent these umbrellaed fans from watching as Sheridan took on Rock Springs to open 4A 2011 State Soccer Championship action on the polo field of the Big Horn Equestrian Center just before noon on Thursday.

The Sheridan boys captured 6 of the 10 All-Conference awards following completion of the 4A East Conference Championship Tuesday in Cheyenne while one Lady Bronc made the list. Senior Cameron Lindell won the Conference Title by winning a three-way tie-breaking shootout that included his teammate Toby Nicholas.

Taylor Heaps, from Tongue River, went 4 for 4 at the Regional Track meet and when it was all over on Saturday he had an individual point total of 40-points. He is shown here well ahead of the competition in the 400 Meter Dash as he flies by the grandstand on the way to the finish line with a time of 52.42.

The Sheridan E.R. "Scoop" Shovlain Invitational was held at the Kendrick Municipal Golf Course on a beautiful Thursday and the Sheridan boys came out on top for the 18th time in a row with a team score of 290. Leading the way for the Broncs was the top place finisher Kamrin Allen with a 68, in 3rd place was Cameron Lindell with a 72 and in 4th place was Jace Rader with a 73.

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