WYO RODEO - The first performance of the 2012 Sheridan WYO rodeo is tonight at 7:00. Slack timed events begin at 9:00 this morning and tonight the WYO rodeo carnival opens for the first of four nights at 5:00
Thursday more slack timed events begin at 9:00 am and the second performance starts at 7:00.
Sheridan Media will be making our annual broadcast Friday morning starting at 6:00 at the Kiwanis pancake breakfast and finishing up with the WYO rodeo parade at 10:00.
You can hear it live on News / Talk 930 KROE and 93.7 the Coyote also the live video webcast for Friday morning's activities can be seen on line at sheridanmedia.com and Sheridan cable channel 21 starting at 8:00 am.
TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers beat Casper 19-2 in Casper Tuesday night to run their season record to 36-8 overall and they are now 6-0 in conference play.
Skyler Dietsche went 5-6, Lucas Giesey was 3-4 and also picked up the win.
They host two with Spearfish, South Dakota tonight and we will be broadcasting the first game live for you tonight at 5:00 on 14-10 KWYO.
YOUTH FOOTBALL CAMP - The Sheridan and Big Horn high school football programs are combining efforts next week to host a high school football camp in conjunction with the NFL and the National Guard.
The Bronc coaching staff will also be hosting their young Bronc camp will run in the evenings next week Monday through Wednesday at Sheridan high school the camp is open to all football players 8th grade and younger.
Sheridan high school AD and Head football coach Don Julian says it's great to have the NFL interested in Wyoming.
The high school camp is open to all high school players in the region and it's free.
Big Horn Head coach Micheal McGuire says it's great to have the NFL and the National Guard collaborating to put on this camp and also both schools coaching staffs working together for the players.
We heard Julian mention sports physicals, the Bronc football team opens their preseason camp on August 6th the rest of the teams in Sheridan county open August 13th and Julian says now is the time for athletes and parents to start getting those sports physicals completed.
For more information on the camps you can contact Don Julian at Sheridan high school or Micheal McGuire at Big Horn high school.