SHERIDAN — Josh Bagley can’t quite put into words how much a simple orange ball and a 10-foot hoop mean to him. He remembers […]
Sean Sutherlin had one heck of a good six-day stretch. March 7, saw the Sheridan College sophomore hit the go-ahead shot with less than a minute to play in a 74-72, come-from-behind, season-saving win over Northeastern Junior College.
While one currently can’t see it, a brand-new track rests under a thick coat of snow on the campus of Sheridan High School.
Whether it’s AJ Bramah stuffing the stat sheet or Adham Eleeda catching fire from 3-point land or Cam Reece owning the paint or Josh Bagley hitting a big shot with the game hanging in the balance, the Sheridan College men’s basketball team can hurt opponents in a variety of ways.
Following Saturday’s loss in the Region IX championship game, Josh Bagley hoped the National Junior College Athletic Association selection committee wouldn’t snub Sheridan College a second year in a row.