One moved five times before her 16th birthday, another made the transition from the largest high school in the state to the smallest one while another simply loves the grit and grind of rodeo.
While it may not have an array of pizza choices like Italy, Sheridan boasts several pizza-centric options for locals and out-of-towners to enjoy a slice or two.
Carleigh Reish glanced at the podium Friday at the state track and field meet in Casper and said to a friend, “You know how cool it would be to stand up on the first-place podium?”
Saturday didn’t end the way the Sheridan High School boys track and field team wanted.
The Sheridan Troopers’ quartet of contests this weekend were snowed out.
Big Horn High School track and field Head Coach Kirk McLaughlin used a football analogy with Kyler Ostler. Seeing as Ostler competes in both football and track, it made it appropriate to compare the two sporting worlds.
Carleigh Reish didn’t have the most confident mindset ahead of the state track and field meet in Casper this weekend.