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SHERIDAN — The future of Bronc football looks bright.
Sheridan’s junior varsity and freshman teams finished the season with a combined 15-2 record, each winning their last games over the weekend.
The JV squad, with plenty of players seeing quality time on the playoff-bound varsity Broncs, capped a 7-1 season Saturday beating Cheyenne South.
Their season featured wins over two Billings squads, West and Skyview, along with Cody, Kelly Walsh, Buffalo and Big Horn. Broncs head coach Don Julian is excited about the future of the program.
“They did a great job considering that every week there were personnel changes due to injuries and players being used at the varsity level,” he said.
Players from this JV squad last year had just one loss and won a state championship as freshmen. This year’s ninth-graders did the same this season, beating Cheyenne East Saturday in Sheridan.
The No. 2-seeded Sheridan Broncs host the No. 7-seeded Laramie Plainsmen Friday night at 7 o’clock at Homer Scott Field.
The Broncs begin their quest for a third state title in five years time.
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