The initial class of the Homer Scott Outstanding Citizen Award winners was introduced at the Shrine Bowl earlier this month with one player selected from each classification from Wyoming High School football. These players volunteer their time and effort to better their community. Homer Scott was a long-time supporter of high school and youth athletics in Sheridan. He was a star football player for Sheridan in the 1950s and went on to the University of Colorado.

The 1A 6-Man winner was Wyatt Trembly from Dubois who volunteers to coach wrestling and track, among other things. Spenxer Cuthrell from Moorcroft is the 1A 9-man honoree and a member of the National Honor Society, he was part of the Giving Tree Project for gifts for children plus helping out with local food drives.

Keaton Mills who plays football for Upton-Sundance is the 2A winner of the Homer Scott Award. He has been involved in youth football, basketball, and officiating. Highway clean-up has been a routine endeavor for Mr. Mills. The 3A winner is Ty Sheets from Riverton who also commits his free time to youth football and basketball and has worked with special education in bowling events.

Caleb Ruff from Cheyenne East is the 4A winner and assists with youth track and football camps. He also works as a lifeguard for Special Olympics training and volunteering at local animal shelters.

Each recipient receives a $500 scholarship and a $500 match to a business or program in their respective communities.

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Shrine Bowl/Homer Scott Award

Shrine Bowl/Homer Scott Award

Gallery Credit: Frank Gambino

Homer Scott Outstanding Citizen Award
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