Lady Plains­men break the Bronco’s

The num­ber one ranked Laramie Lady Plains­men matched up with the Sheri­dan Lady Broncs tonight in Laramie and were vic­to­ri­ous over the Lady Broncs with a final score of 54–35.  The young Sheri­dan team came out slug­gish scor­ing only nine points in the first half com­pared to Laramie’s 18. The top scor­er of the game was Laramie’s own Amber Van­div­er with a total of 16 points, the sec­ond high­est scor­ers were Haley King of Sheri­dan with 10 points and Kylee Ander­son of Laramie also with 10. Absent from lead­ing scor­ers in tonight’s game was Kay­la Wood­ward of Sheri­dan, who holds the high­est aver­age in the state for scor­ing at 25 points per game this sea­son, she only scored sev­en points in tonight’s game.

Sheri­dan head coach Derek Bis­sitt stat­ed, “we just need to get Kay­la (Wood­ward) more touch­es per game.”

Laramie head coach Rod Tyson said that his team was able to keep the ball from Wood­ward and did so effec­tive­ly by hold­ing her to sev­en points for tonight’s game. Coach Tyson went on to say that Sheri­dan, “is a good team, but was not able to set up their offense tonight.” Laramie cap­i­tal­ized on this and was able to take it to the Lady Broncs to which Bis­sitt said “Laramie played hard, deep, and has a lot of tal­ent.”

One sig­nif­i­cant play­er who pos­sess­es much tal­ent is Van­div­er of Laramie, who led in scor­ing and rebounds tonight, Bis­sitt char­ac­terised Van­div­er as “the best post play­er in the state.”