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Local volleyball results Oct. 13, 2014

Lady Broncs volleyball tops Laramie SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School Lady Broncs beat Laramie in five sets on Saturday, bringing in their second home game win of the year. The Lady Broncs won the first, third and fourth sets 25-15, 25-13, and 15-4. They lost the second and third sets 21-25 and 15-25. Sheridan… Continue Reading

SC teams drop games to W. Nebraska

Men’s team falls 1-4 on sophomore night SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College men’s soccer team dropped their sophomore night matchup to Western Nebraska Community College on Saturday, losing 1-4. Still riddled with injuries, the Generals head out of town this week for the final games of the season. “To qualify (for post-season) we really could… Continue Reading

Tongue River Eagles defeat Cyclones 27-7

Tongue River Eagles defeat Cyclones 27-7

DAYTON — A dark cloud hovering over the Bighorns gave some relief from the heat as the Eagles faced Southeast Friday. Coming off of a big win against Kelly Walsh the prior week, the Eagles were prepared to spread out and play full-field football. A scoreless first quarter was no precursor for what was to… Continue Reading

Lady Broncs 3-3 for the season

Lady Broncs 3-3 for the season

SHERIDAN — It wasn’t a large crowd for the Lady Broncs homecoming volleyball match-up Friday night as most spectators had wandered toward the football field by the time the game wrapped up. Those who left missed an amazing finish. The Lady Broncs easily won the first two sets against Cheyenne East, 25-12 and 25-20. The… Continue Reading

Rams take on Burns Friday

BIG HORN — Not only have the Big Horn Rams won every game so far this season, but they have blown their opponents out of the water. The team’s closest margin was 25 points over Lovell in the Rams’ first game of the season. But being undefeated isn’t an issue for the team, coach Mike… Continue Reading

Fenn earns 3rd straight state title

Fenn earns 3rd straight state title

GILLETTE — Sheridan High School junior Julia Fenn remained undefeated and won her third straight tennis title in Gillette over the weekend. Fenn beat Lucia Cho of Laramie without any problems, winning 6-1 and 6-1. After easily taking the first set, the second set took a little longer. As teams cleared the court, it was… Continue Reading

Rams dominate under first Friday night lights

Rams dominate under first Friday night lights

BIG HORN— Homecoming King Christian Mayer had four of the six touchdowns in Big Horn’s win over Thermopolis last night, and when asked if there was anything he couldn’t do, he said, “call Peter on punts and get my guys out of the way.” Mayer was talking about a fumble on a punt return after… Continue Reading

Lady Generals volleyball tops Casper College

SHERIDAN — If you were at the Golden Dome Thursday night, you might be hard of hearing today. A Justin Bieber concert couldn’t match the amount of screaming last night as the Sheridan College Lady Generals faced Casper College for an exciting five sets of volleyball. Sheridan won in five (25-20, 25-20, 17-25, 21-25 and… Continue Reading

Eagles on the road to Kelly Walsh for Saturday game

DAYTON — Tongue River football will head to Kelly Walsh this Saturday to take on the JV/sophomore team, and coach John Scott said a non-conference game couldn’t have come at a better time. With quarterback Will Kerns out this week, it gives him time to heal up his ribs before conference play begins again next… Continue Reading

Tongue River homecoming woes

Tongue River homecoming woes

DAYTON— Penalties and fumbles and picks, oh my. At the start of the second half yesterday, Tongue River football didn’t have to worry about lions or bears. Tigers, on the other hand, were of great worry for the Eagles. Tongue River was down 7-21 against Lusk going into the locker rooms at halftime. Brennan Kutterer… Continue Reading

Rams on the road to battle Panthers Friday

Rams on the road to battle Panthers Friday

BIG HORN — The Big Horn Rams travel to Wright this Friday to face one of the best quarterbacks in 2A football. “He has a couple of good weapons around him, so we will need to be aware of where they are at all times,” coach Mike McGuire said. But according to wyopreps.com, Big Horn… Continue Reading

White injured in women’s game against Otero

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College Lady Generals soccer team had a dramatic weekend. Due to the conditions of the SC field after last week’s snow, the teams played their games on Big Horn High School’s field Saturday and Sunday. Things against Otero weren’t looking good for the Lady Generals. They were down 3-0 with about… Continue Reading

Defense comes out flat for SC men’s team Saturday

SHERIDAN — It wasn’t a pretty start for the Sheridan College soccer team Saturday. Within the first 15 minutes, Otero was up 3-0. “We came out flat, as we do quite often,” Coach Jeff Hallenbeck said. “(Otero is) ranked nationally, and they came out on fire.” The second half went a little better for the… Continue Reading

Big Horn blows past Lyman, 55-22

Big Horn blows past Lyman, 55-22

BIG HORN — If the Big Horn Rams were ever in doubt during their 55-22 win over Lyman, all they had to do was give the ball to Kerry Powers or Christian Mayer. Though when you’re up by 20 at the half, there is not much room for doubt. Colton Williams put the first points on… Continue Reading

Eagles game against Moorcroft moved to SHS field

DAYTON — The Tongue River Eagles football team will play its first home game today at 1 p.m. against Moorcroft. The Eagles beat Moorcroft last year 12-0 for their first of two wins of the 2013 season. Coming off of a road win against Rocky Mountain, coach John Scott said the team has just been… Continue Reading

Big Horn working to keep momentum going

BIG HORN — Coming off of a 25-0 blowout against Lovell last week, the Rams will finally play on their home field Friday against Lyman. The game time has been changed to 4 p.m. because the lights are not set up yet. Coach Mike McGuire said the team has been in their regular preparation mode,… Continue Reading

Dayton Mercantile gets new start

Dayton Mercantile gets new start

DAYTON — Owners Craig and Elaine Stevens have breathed new life into the Dayton Mercantile. They bought the historic building last September, and moved from Cheyenne to open it on June 30. They originally just bought the building as a residence, but once they moved here and learned the history of the building, along with… Continue Reading

Lady Generals fall to USU

SHERIDAN — There was a war in Sheridan on Saturday, but it likely went unnoticed if you weren’t at the Golden Dome watching the Sheridan College volleyball team battle over the net. They faced Utah State University-Eastern and it was a battle between the blockers, the players and the boundary lines. The Lady Generals were… Continue Reading

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