Sheridan’s Jamy Shassetz reacts to Cheyenne East’s Jessie Erickson contact as the ball bounces out of bounds during the Class 4A East Regionals game Friday at Sheridan High School. The Lady Broncs fell to the Lady Thunderbirds 35-40. Justin Sheely/The Sheridan Press.
2015 Winter Sports Athlete of the Year Kerry Powers, Sheridan High School wrestling. (first year in Wyoming/with Sheridan program). state champion in 4A 220lb. Weight class. Finished the season with 38-4 record. Pinned two opponents before winning by decision (Dec 8-6) over Campbell County's Zach Taylor. Powers signed to wrestle at the Air Force Academy. (Justin Sheely/The Sheridan Press)
Distance runner Collin Powers runs around the track Tuesday at Big Horn High School. This week was the first official week of practice for outdoor track and field athletes. Mike Pruden | The Sheridan Press
Dontae Crow tries to maintain control of the ball during practice last week at Scott Field. The Sheridan boys soccer team plays their first game Friday at home against Riverton. Mike Pruden | The Sheridan Press
Laramie’s Covey Brown passes the ball during the club lacrosse exhibition game against Billings West Saturday afternoon at Sheridan High School’s Scott Field. Laramie lost to Billings 6-9. Justin Sheely/The Sheridan Press.
Billings’ Krueger Stiles (99) defends against Laramie’s Kenny Eden during the club lacrosse exhibition game Saturday afternoon at Sheridan High School’s Scott Field. Laramie lost to Billings 6-9. Justin Sheely/The Sheridan Press.
2015 Winter Sports Athlete of the Year Tiana Hanson, Sheridan College womens basketball. Started all 32 games this season after starting in 0 last year. Averaged 20.2 points and 10.5 rebounds a game (both team highs). Hanson scored 40+ points twice this season. Shot 52% from the field and 79% from the free-throw line. Her 288 free-throw attempts were the most in the country. Sheridan finished 25-7 on the season. She signed to play basketball at Montana State University-Billings. (Justin Sheely/The Sheridan Press)