Sheridan Broncs

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.

Rain couldn't dampen the Sheridan High School Homecoming Pep Rally spirit on Grinnell Plaza Thursday evening. After recognizing the athletics of the fall sports teams it was time to burn the "Bronc" and that they did right in the middle of Grinnell Plaza. After that some dancing broke out in front of the stage as the students continued in the spirit of homecoming.

Another close one beating Cheyenne East, Derek Vela blocked the field goal attempt by East in the last seconds to help Sheridan beat East 22-21, good job.

They play this Thursday at home against Gillette, come cheer them on!!!! Enjoy the pictures!!

Pictures by Jeanne Moore

The #3 doubles team of Braxton Cooper and Robert Meixsell racked up a 6-2, 3-6, 6-2 win over Cody's Angeb Prosceno and Zach Ross Saturday morning as the Sheridan Broncs took 4 out of 5 matches. The Lady Broncs fell to Cody winning just two of the five matches.

On Friday afternoon Senior Bronc Reed Ritterbusch in #1 Singles beat Powell's Cody Akin as he led the Broncs to a 5 - 0 sweep of Powell in tennis action. The Lady Broncs lost 3 to 2. Sheridan will host matches with Cody starting at 9:00 am Saturday on the courts at Sheridan High School.

With just under 4-minutes to go in the 2nd quarter Sheridan's Nick Gill scampers down the sideline on a 68-yard punt return. His return set up an 8-yard pass play to Colbey Bruney who ran into the end zone to put the Broncs up 26 to 7 with just under 4-minutes to go in the half.

It was half-way through the season before the Lady Bronc Swimmers & Divers showed off their talents to the home crowd. The Sheridan girls finished first in 11 of the 12 events en-route to sinking Buffalo 128 to 56 Tuesday afternoon.

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