Sports

Friday Football

FINAL SCORES
Sheridan Broncs - 27
Laramie - 7

Wright - 26
Tongue River- 12

Thermopolis - 13
Big Horn - 6

Friday, October 2nd

STATE TENNIS - The Bronc and Lady Bronc tennis teams opened play yesterday at the State Tennis Tournament. All players are still alive as Day 2 gets underway. The Lady Broncs sit tied for 1st place with Jackson. After the first day, Emily Holst and Maria Dernalova both advanced to the semi-finals in the Singles.

Thursday Oct. 1st

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs start Week 6 on a 4-game winning streak and will take the #1 ranking in 4-A football into the Homecoming game with Laramie tomorrow night. Head coach Don Julian says the time is now to really get the momentum rolling. The Broncs had a bit of a letdown after they beat Green River three weeks ago, and struggled against Rock Springs.

Wednesday, Sept. 30th

SHS VOLLEYBALL - Sheridan High School will host the first Border War Volleyball Tournament Saturday. Seven teams will join the Lady Broncs, Gillette along with the Casper schools will be in Sheridan to play Round Robin matches against four from Montana.

Tuesday, Sept. 29th

SHS VOLLEYBALL - The Sheridan Lady Bronc volleyball team will play at home tonight. The Lady Broncs host Gillette, with the varsity match scheduled to begin at 7 o'clock.

Monday, Sept. 28th

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs continue to roll, winning their fourth in a row and ending Gillette's 24-game home winning streak. Austin Woodward scored on a 70-yard run, a 65-yard interception return and threw an 8-yard touchdown pass to TJ Stender as the Broncs jumped out to a 21-0 lead.

Friday, Sept. 25th

RAMS - The Big Horn Rams have won two in a row and face #1 and 3-0 Glenrock on the road tonight. In the win last week against Wright, the Rams were effective throwing the ball, but head coach Bert Dow says he would like to see the team be more balanced tonight against the Herders.

Thursday, Sept. 24th

HS FOOTBALL - The Big Horn Rams and Sheridan Broncs take their shots at #1 tomorrow. The Rams head to Glenrock while the Broncs play at Gillette.
The Rams have gotten their season turned in the right direction since an opening season loss to Greybull, with two straight impressive wins. They head to unbeaten Glenrock tomorrow.