Hardin vs. Livingston

Livingston's Brendon Johnson, pictured dribbling against Hardin's Eric Woods on March 13, has signed with Sheridan College.

BILLINGS — Livingston standout Brendon Johnson has signed with Sheridan College, the Wyoming community college announced Thursday.

Johnson, a 6-foot-5 guard, averaged a Class A boys-best 26.7 points per game and shot 41% from 3-point range in the regular season. The all-state player led the Rangers to the previous two State A tournaments, including this year's semifinals, where they lost to co-champion Hardin.

"Brendon can beat anybody," Hardin coach Andrew Round Face said after their state semifinal game. "Our goal was only to hold him beneath his average. There's a reason he's the point leader in the state. He can flat-out shoot."

Johnson follows in the footsteps of former Ranger standout Ladan Ricketts, who started for two years at Sheridan before finishing his career the past two seasons at Montana State.

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