Day one of the 2009 Sheridan WYO rodeo is in the books and it was a great performance last night and now we start our annual rodeo day downtown. The Sneakers and Spurs run begins at 8 then we'll go right to the Bed racing Championships at 9 and then join us for the parade at 10 if you can't be with us downtown join us on-line at sheridanmedia.com for the live webcast of the 2009 WYO rodeo parade.“ACT”communications and Sheridan college are joining with us to bring you this year's parade.
Tonight at the fair grounds the carnival cranks up again at 5 o'clock and the 2nd performance of the WYO starts at 7 pm. Tomorrow we do it all again with the final performance at 7. Sunday the WYO rodeo committee has a great way for you to close out the weekend they host the Tailgate party and Polo matches at the Equestrian center beginning at 11 o'clock.
The local sports scene next week will be dominated by football and golf. The Sheridan high school football coaches are holding football camp Monday through Thursday next week and the largest golf tournament in Sheridan county begins at the Powder Horn Wednesday.
The Bronc football coaches will host two camps Monday through Wednesday next week. The first session is from 5 to 6 o'clock each evening for all players from the 4th through 8th grade the cost is 10 dollars and each camper gets a camp t-shirt. The second session in the evening will run from 6 to 8 pm and is open to all freshmen through senior football players on Thursday the week will end with a one day team camp six other high school teams will be joining the Broncs for the team camp.The Bronc football team has one month before they open camp for the 2009 season fall camp opens with “two a days” Monday August 10th.The Broncs open the regular season with a home game August 28th against Casper Kelly Walsh.
The Powder Horn golf club will host the annual Summer Hummer golf tournament next week they host a practice round Wednesday.The tournament is a three day event with rounds Thursday, Friday and Saturday over 200 players will compete.
The Sheridan county junior golf program will play three events one each at our county golf courses, the first tournament will be Monday July 20th at the Sheridan country club. The junior golf program is for all boys and girls ages 8 to 17 the cost is ten dollars per player registration forms can be found at all three local courses. The 2nd event will be at Kendrick golf course July 27th and final event will be at the Powder Horn August 4th.