The Panthers rolled into Absarokee and had one thing on their mind. Play solid football. They played the Huskies in a must win game for both teams. This game would put one team or the other in control of their own destiny. The two teams sparred in the middle of the field during the first two possessions, each forcing the other to punt.
The Sheridan Panthers volleyball team lost to White Sulphur Springs in five sets Sept. 11.
The Panthers rolled into the Big Sky area with high hopes of winning big against the Big Horns who have struggled with their young team. It was not to be so for the Panthers who started the game with a high snap over quarterback Kole Hill’s head and into the end zone for a safety on the first play.
The Sheridan School Board met for September to discuss the first few weeks of coronavirus changes and the possibility of adding a prekindergarten program to the Sheridan School District.
The Wildcats took over Panther territory on the volleyball court Sept. 4. Harrison defeated Sheridan in three sets.
The Panthers held their own against the Falcons in its second eight-man football game Sept.4. But the Twin Bridges’ team took the win in Sheridan, 38-28.
Madison County Sanitarian Van Puckett spoke with each Madison County school superintendent about plans for the upcoming school year.
“They’re all doing a great job working toward the same common goal,” Puckett said. “Each one is looking at the health and wellbeing of the students and staff.”
The Sheridan School Board met on Tuesday, March 10 to continue work on the strategic plan, listened to two students’ advocacy project demonstration and planned an extra meeting for COVID-19 discussion.
Two military helicopters landed in a Sheridan field Feb. 9. The Montana Army National Guard flew into the Ruby Valley from Helena to speak with Search and Rescue teams in the area.
Twin Bridges followed up their loss against Ennis with two conference wins.The Falcons and Mustangs had a close game until the end. The slap of a blocked shot rang in the half. Twin Bridges’ Hadley Johnson smacked a last-second shot from Shae Lovett of the Mustangs.