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Leading the Legacy: SHS athletes share the legacy they hope to leave behind

May 23, 2015

SHERIDAN — In the movie “Animal House,” Kent “Flounder” Dorfman gets accepted into the Delta Tau Chi fraternity house simply because he is a legacy. There’s nothing special about Flounder other than his brother, Fred, was a Delta Chi. That was just a movie, though. At Sheridan High School, the word “legacy” has quite a Read More

Lady Rams lead the pack after day two of the state track meet

SHERIDAN — The Big Horn Lady Rams jumped out in front of the pack after the second day of the Wyoming high school state track meet concluded on Friday. Big Horn leads the 2A girls with 44 points, holding a 5.5 point advantage over second-place Lyman. Huge performances from the Lady Ram triple-jump core allowed Read More

SOCCER: Lady Broncs topple Gillette Friday; Broncs continue to struggle

May 22, 2015

SHERIDAN — It took an additional 45 minutes, two overtimes and a shootout, but the Lady Broncs finally got it done Friday night in Cheyenne. You couldn’t have ordered a more thrilling game than what the Sheridan Lady Broncs were a part of Friday in the 4A East semifinals when they toppled the Gillette Lady Read More

TR girls top 2A after first day at State Track in Casper

DAYTON — The Tongue River High School girls track team was the bright spot in an otherwise dim first day at the 2015 state track meet. The Lady Eagles are sitting in first place in the 2A standings after the first day’s events with 21 points, five points ahead of second-place Big Piney. A couple Read More

Troopers baseball camp moved to June 18-19

SHERIDAN — The American Legion has changed the dates for this summer’s Troopers baseball camp. The camp, originally slated for June 4-5, has been moved to June 18-19. Camp will begin at 9 a.m. both days and run until noon. The camp is available to any player age 7-15. Instructors at the camp will include Read More

SC signs Riverton guard Camey Fegler

SHERIDAN — Another standout in-state girls basketball player has signed a letter of intent to play with the Sheridan College Lady Generals next season. Riverton’s Camey Fegler will join Douglas’ Ashlie Blackburn and Rawlings’ Quriss Romero, along with New Zealand native Lina Matu on a Sheridan College team that is coming off a 25-7 season. Read More

Winding up

May 21, 2015

Athletics’ Timmy LeRoy pitches the ball during the Webb Wright mini league baseball game against the Rockies Wednesday afternoon at Oatts Fields on E. 6th Street. The Webb Wright program has been active in Sheridan for more than 50 years. Justin Sheely | The Sheridan Press.

Wyoming Super Regional champs

Sheridan Volleyball U12 Blue 2 got first place in the silver bracket at the 2015 Wyoming Super Regional last weekend in Casper. Pictured are, from left, coach Sharon Deutscher, Katelyn Lee, Diomena Mercer, Taylor Larsen, Gennah Deutscher, Karley Goss, Addy Bolton and coach Tracy Larsen.

Column: Upping the competition

May 20, 2015

Yesterday, we examined some of the repercussions Sheridan High School might face if and when Gillette adds a second high school. It could affect schedules, the conference and, of course, competition. The one thing that wasn’t really touched on, though, was why a second high school in Gillette is good for the entire state of Read More

Allen, SHS girls golfers win year’s final tourney

BIG HORN — The Sheridan High School girls golf team battled the wind and cold to hold on for the conference title Tuesday at the Powder Horn. After capturing the lead after a much milder first round, Kayla Allen and Victoria Owings led the Lady Broncs to a dominating 11-shot victory in round two. Sheridan Read More

End of a rivalry? Second Gillette high school given nod

May 19, 2015

SHERIDAN — For years, Sheridan High School and Campbell County High School have duked it out on the hardwood, the turf, the track, in the pool and everywhere in between. They’re sworn enemies with a common goal: defeating the other on the way to a state championship. But with the recent 5-2 vote by Campbell Read More

Lady Broncs golfers top day one leaderboard

SHERIDAN — After one day of the spring conference golf tournament, the Sheridan girls are in first place and the boys are tied for second. It was a good day at the Powder Horn Golf Club Monday as golfers from six Wyoming high schools took to the links for the season-ending tournament. Sheridan, Gillette, Laramie Read More

This week in sports May 19-24

Sheridan Broncs TUESDAY Golf vs. Conference (Powder Horn) Girls soccer at regionals (Cheyenne East), 4:30 p.m. THURSDAY Track and field at state (Casper), 9 a.m. FRIDAY Girls soccer at regionals (Cheyenne East), 4:30 p.m. Boys soccer at regionals (Cheyenne East), 6:30 p.m. Track and field at state, 9 a.m. SATURDAY Girls soccer at regionals, TBD Read More

Volleyball Club U14B Blue takes first in gold bracket

Sheridan Volleyball Club U14B Blue got first place in the gold bracket at the 2015 Wyoming Super Regional in Casper Saturday. Pictured are, from left, Kairstyn Holden, Hannah Schoup, Lindsey Hall, coach Mandy Roseberry, Brooklyn Bowie, Lizzie Arnold, Abby Sanders, Katie Ligocki and Shelby Atkinson.

Volleyball Club U12B Team Yellow wins silver bracket

Sheridan Volleyball Club U12B Team Yellow earned first place in the silver bracket at the 2015 Wyoming Super Regional Volleyball Tournament in Casper Saturday. Pictured are, back row from left, Robin Mercer, Bree Aksamit, Reece Anderson, Julie Conrad and coach Mandy Sams. Front row, from left, are Presley Moser and Brinley Carter.

Sheridan Volleyball U16 Yellow 2 takes gold

Sheridan Volleyball Club U16 Yellow 2 earned second place in the gold bracket at the 2015 Wyoming Super Regional in Casper Saturday. Pictured are, from left, coach Kristi Von Krosigk, Gracie Von Krosigk, Mindy Songer, Alli Puuri, Taylor Bowie, Olivia Conrad, Emily Hooge, coach Jeff Bowie and Jillian Destefano.

East Regionals track results

May 18, 2015

Here are all the top finishers from the East Regionals track tournament held at Sheridan High School over the weekend: 100-Meter Dash Girls 2A Bailey Bard (Big Horn) 12.61 LeeAnna Mitchell (Tongue River) 12.99 Cassidy Enloe (Big Horn) 13.35 Lydia Mayer (Big Horn) 13.69 McKenzie Greenelsh (Big Horn) 14.30 4A (Sheridan) Riley Rafferty 12.70 Mariah Read More

Big Horn has a big day at regional track

SHERIDAN — It was a great weekend for the Big Horn girls track and field team, as the Lady Rams took home first in the 2A East regional track meet held at Sheridan High School. The Lady Rams got off on the right foot Friday, dominating the triple jump and earning 30 total points in Read More

Big Horn, Tongue River golfers conclude season

BIG HORN — The Big Horn and Tongue River golf teams finished off the spring season at the conference championships over the weekend in Casper, and both teams played some of their best golf of the season. The Big Horn boys finished third in the conference, and all five Rams finished in the top 20. Read More

DAY ONE: REGIONAL TRACK RESULTS: Lady Rams take home five of six spots in triple jump

May 15, 2015

SHERIDAN — The Big Horn track team made a second home in the pits Friday during the first day of the regional track meet at Sheridan High School. The Lady Rams took home five of the top six spots in the triple jump, including a first-place finish for sophomore Emily Blaney. Cassidy Enloe finished just Read More

Boys tie, girls lose in Gillette: Both teams head to regionals as No. 1 seeds

SHERIDAN — It wasn’t a storybook ending, but both Sheridan High School soccer teams will enter regional play as No. 1 seeds in the 4A East after the girls lost and the boys tied Gillette Friday evening. The girls played to a 1-0 loss in a light rain, the team’s second 1-0 loss to Gillette Read More

Welcome to Everest: Rogers recounts expedition, earthquake

SHERIDAN — Darren Rogers was ahead of schedule. He was in the middle of the trip of a lifetime, and he was feeling good. As he lay in his tent around 11 a.m. on April 25, he figured he had enough time for a quick nap. An hour was all he got. “About noon, that’s Read More

Sheridan tennis league to begin in June

SHERIDAN — Sheridan High School head tennis coach Bob Faurot is starting a summer tennis league beginning in June for Sheridan residents. The league will be split into two sessions, the first running from June 9 to July 1. The second will run from July 7 to Aug. 6. Each session will feature four nights Read More

Co-ed volleyball champs

The Kilpatrick Creations-86’D team of, top row, from left, Jami Harvey, Brett Burke, Jennifer Stadler, Janessa Gill and Josh Stadler and bottom row, from left, Mike Pruden and Ryan Davis, won the Sheridan Recreation District co-ed volleyball upper league championship Tuesday at Sheridan Junior High School. They defeated Warner Services LLC in three sets to Read More

Snickers Cup U8 champs

The Sheridan Storm U8 team continued its undefeated season by winning its division at the Snickers Big Horn Soccer Cup over the weekend. Pitcured, back row from left, are Truman DeGrange, Jaeger Conrad, Ty Gilbertson, Ethan Araas and David Brown. Front row, from left, are Karson Chase, William Greer, Beck Haswell, Kelten Crow and Connor Read More

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