Dylan Daniels scored 16 points Saturday during Sheridan's win over Cheyenne South. (The Sheridan Press/Brad Estes)Dylan Daniels scored 16 points Saturday during Sheridan's win over Cheyenne South. (The Sheridan Press/Brad Estes)

SHS basketball teams start 2-0 in conference

Sheridan breezes past South to 2-0 4A East start
SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School boys basketball team started 2-0 in conference play with a 60-53 win Saturday over Cheyenne South.

Sheridan used one of its typical fast starts, leading 22-11 after the first quarter and never allowed South within five points after that.
The Broncs extended their lead to 20 points in the third quarter with two steals and fast break points by Cody Williams and hot outside shooting from Williams and Reed Ritterbusch.

Leading 57-39 to end the third, the game featured disjointed play late as the Broncs were scoreless for seven minutes in the fourth quarter after a Judson White basket in the first minute.

Ritterbusch led the way with 24 points, Dylan Daniels scored 16 points and Williams had 11.

They’ll head to Cheyenne East (1-0, 12-2) and Central Friday and Saturday, looking to keep the fast start going.

Lady Broncs 2-0 in conference after Cheyenne South win
SHERIDAN — The Sheridan girls completed a successful Laramie-South trip Saturday, taking an easy 56-26 victory over the Lady Bison on their way to a 2-0 4A East start.

Sheridan was led by Robbi Ryan’s 16 points, with help from Taylor Townsend (11) and Megan Myers (10). Dylan Wright had six rebounds, Townsend had five and Ryan had four. Myers, Wright and Ryan had four steals apiece.

Sheridan (13-1) returns home Friday and Saturday for games against Cheyenne East (13-1, 1-0) and Central (8-6, 0-1) respectively.

One of the clear 4A contenders, the Lady T-Birds won their only game over the weekend over rival Central to begin conference play.

Sheridan’s 4A state title hopes came to an end at the hands of East in the semifinals last March.

About

Brad Estes

Sheridan Press sports editor

  Email | Twitter


Reader Comments

Tell us what you think. The Sheridan Press offers you the chance to comment on articles on Thesheridanpress.com. We power our commenting forum with facebook comments. Please take a look at our participation guidelines before posting.