The Sheridan Panthers rolled into Deer Lodge with a light roster with six players missing due to injury and other issues. With a pieced together roster they played a very solid game coming out with a 42-0 win on the road. The Panthers were in control from the opening kickoff and had were up 14-0 after the first quarter.
The Panthers rolled into Simms with high hopes to get their season started with a win in Simms over the Tigers. They were met with serious opposition and the young team from Sheridan just couldn’t get themselves started and made numerous errors on the offensive side of the ball to start the game.
Sheridan School District celebrated Homecoming Week with the Panthers football team crushing the Absarokee Huskies 49-8. The varsity volleyballers also grabbed a W at home, winning in four sets against the Lima Bears.
Sheridan’s first game of the varsity football season did not disappoint. The Panthers welcomed the Choteau Bulldogs to Sheridan,
eking out a win in overtime, 27-25. Senior Kaiden Batzler is seen here using all of his 6’3” frame to bust through his competition and run the ball down the field.
Sheridan Lady Panthers headed to Big Sky for the Lone Peak Tournament on Aug. 28. Here’s how it played out:
Sheridan vs. Lone Peak 16-21 10-21
Sheridan vs. Shields Valley JV 21-19 21-12
Sheridan vs. Harrison 21-18 21-19
Sheridan vs. West Yellowstone 21-15 21-9
Ennis volleyball girls defeated Sheridan in three sets Sept. 17.
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.
MADISON COUNTY—Post season high school basketball begins in just two weekends, and area teams played a whopping nine games last weekend to bring them ever closer to the finish line.