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Coe-Kirkham finishes 20th at US Am Qualifier

SHERIDAN — Glenn “Red” Jacoby Golf Course on the campus of the University of Wyoming held its first-ever U.S. Amateur Qualifier Tuesday. Former Sheridan High School standout and future UW golfer Kirby Coe-Kirkham tied for 20th with a 9-over 151.

Rosswell Sinclair fired an 8-under 134 to win the tournament. Laramie native and current UW golfer John Murdock carded a 136 to finish as the first alternate, and Pinedale native Jordan Costello took third with a 138. 

The field for the Wyoming qualifier included 30 amateurs from around the country. Ten states were represented, the most ever in a U.S. Amateur event held in the state of Wyoming.

The U.S. Amateur Championship is Aug. 13-19 in Pebble Beach, California. 

Jets win two in Douglas

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Jets swept a doubleheader Tuesday at Douglas in dominant fashion, winning 6-0 and 13-2.

Cody Kilpatrick pitched a complete-game shutout in the first game, giving up four hits and striking out eight. Gentry Latin, Brock Steel, Carter Dubberly and Caden Steel each had an RBI.

Brock Steel tossed six innings of two-run ball in the second game, allowing two hits with eight strikeouts. At the plate, Sheridan showed patience, drawing 17 walks as a team. Michael Greer and Rich Hall had two RBIs apiece, while Dubberly scored four runs.

Sheridan improved to 16-13 overall. The Jets resume action at a tournament Thursday in Billings.

Broncs hosting youth football camp

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School football team will hold its Young Bronc Football Camp next week at the grass practice fields behind the high school. The camp will run from 5-6 p.m. Monday-Wednesday, and participants can register Monday afternoon at the practice field. 

The cost is $15 and for kids ages 6-14 (kindergarten to eighth grade). All participants must have insurance to register. 

By |July 11th, 2018|

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