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.”