SHERIDAN WYO RODEO - The 81st Sheridan WYO rodeo is history the final event was yesterday at the big horn equestrian center with the WYO rodeo cup several hundred attended including the WYO rodeo committee.
We asked committee member Tom Ringley what the founders of the WYO rodeo would think of today's rodeo.
And Ringley stated the entire ten days went very well and attendance at all the events was very good.
Sunday was a day to kick back and enjoy the polo action committee man Nick Sittle says it's always a fun way to end each WYO rodeo.
Sittle is in charge of security for the WYO every year and says this year seemed to go very well.
TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers took both ends of a double header with Sturgis, South Dakota last night.
They took the first game 7-4 and got the bats going in the second game and won 15-5 to finish off the regular season at one point in the second game the Troops had six consecutive hits in the third inning building up at 12-0 lead before winning it by the ten run rule in the 5th inning.
Head coach Ben Phillips says it was a good way for the Troops to end the season and to get their four senior players victories in their final games at Thorne-Rider stadium.
The Troops ended the season ten games over .500 and now prepare to begin post season play.
The Troops open their district tournament in Gillette Thursday against Riverton.
The top four teams at the district tournament make it to the state championships in Cheyenne next week.
BRONC YOUTH FOOTBALL CAMP - The Sheridan Broncs open up their youth football camp this evening. The annual youth football camp runs tonight through Wednesday at Homer Scott stadium.
The camp will run from 5-6 pm each day for all youth up to the 8th grade.
They will take registration starting at 4:30 this evening before the camp opens the cost is ten dollars per camper and each camper gets a Bronc T-shirt.
JUNIOR GOLF - The Sheridan junior golf series opens today at the Sheridan country club.
The next tournament will be at the Powder Horn August 1st. To pre register players entry forms are available at all three Sheridan county courses.
ELKS ONE-CLUB GOLF - The Sheridan Elks will be hosting their one club golf tournament at Kendrick golf course next week.
Each player selects one club and a putter to play the nine hole event the tournament will be Sunday at 4:00 pm.
It's nine holes and costs 40 dollars per player which includes the golf and cart. to register stop by Kendrick golf course.