SportsApril 3, 2015
BIG HORN — When the Michigan State Spartans hop on a bus today, their final destination will be Lucas Oil Stadium. Just a few blocks from their hotel in Indianapolis and just over 250 miles from campus, Tom Izzo and the Spartans have made longer journeys this season. Sure, it is the Final Four. It Read More
Surviving, thriving in three sports: Avery, Fieldgrove are two of many athletes who compete in three sports at high school level
SHERIDAN — Long days are habitual for Sheridan High School student-athletes Jennae Fieldgrove and Wyatt Avery. They go to school for six hours a day along with more than two hours of practice. They hit the weight room, go home, eat, do homework, sleep. Wake up the next day, repeat — five to six days Read More
SHERIDAN — Senior midfielder Joe Shassetz told his mom that in his first three years at Sheridan High School, he had never beaten Gillette on the soccer field. That changed last night when the Broncs dominated the Camels in a 3-0 victory at Scott Field. It didn’t take long for Dontae Crow to get his Read More
SHERIDAN — After the Sheridan girls soccer team was held scoreless by the Gillette Lady Camels last night, head coach Mallery Marshall was admittedly surprised. Of all the things her Lady Broncs do well, their offensive prowess is typically the best. So a 1-0 loss to third-ranked Gillette was not what the coach had in Read More
SHERIDAN — Fighting both gusting winds and some of the top competition in the region, Sheridan County track and field athletes put up fantastic early-season performances at the Susan Windham Memorial Invitational in Gillette Thursday. Sheridan’s Peyton Bomar grabbed a handful of first-place finishes in the 300-meter hurdles, long jump and the triple jump. Bomar Read More
SHERIDAN — Sheridan College sophomore Tiana Hanson has been named a National Junior College Athletic Association All-American Honorable Mention for the 2014-15 women’s basketball season. Hanson finished the season with 20.2 points and 10.5 rebounds a game, both team highs. Her 288 free-throw attempts were the most in the country, and she was 11th in Read MoreApril 2, 2015
BIG HORN — Big Horn football player Christian Mayer was honored at the 21st Annual Scholar-Athlete Awards Banquet on March 21, in Laramie. The event, hosted by the Wyoming Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame honored 10 special awards recipients along with 16 scholar-athletes. A total of $22,200 in scholarships Read More
Thursday Soccer Sheridan boys vs. Gillette, 4 p.m. Sheridan girls vs. Gillette, 6 p.m. Track and Field Sheridan at Susan Windham Invite (Gillette), 10 a.m. Big Horn at Susan Windham Invite (Gillette), 10 a.m. Tongue River at Susan Windham Invite (Gillette), 10 a.m. Friday-Sunday No competitions scheduled.
SHERIDAN — The second annual Weston Johnson Memorial Invitational Volleyball Tournament is coming to Sheridan on April 18. More than 70 teams from Montana, Wyoming and South Dakota will compete in age groups U18, U16, U14 and U12. Johnson played football at the University of Wyoming before beginning his journey as a football coach that Read MoreApril 1, 2015
What is happening in Indiana? By now, I’m sure you know or have seen something about Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act. It’s made its way to the national headlines, #BoycottIndiana was trending worldwide on Twitter, and it even found its way onto Saturday Night Live’s Weekend Update. And now, here I am, writing about it Read More
SHERIDAN — Sheridan gymnast Kailey Koval is heading to Texas next month to compete in the region three, level eight gymnastics competition. Koval was in Douglas over the weekend, competing in the Wyoming State Championship for a chance to qualify for the regional tournament. Just a fourth-grader at Woodland Park Elementary School, Koval was thrown Read More
The Sheridan Volleyball Club U14 team blue won first place in the U14 silver bracket over the weekend in Gillette. Pictured are, back row from left, coach Mandy Roseberry, Lindsey Hall, Hannah Schoup, Katie Ligocki and Kairstyn Holden. Front row from left, Brooklyn Bowie and Shelby Atkinson.
The Sheridan Volleyball Club U12 team white, coached by Jennifer Destefano, won second place in the U12 gold bracket over the weekend in Gillette. Pictured are, back row from left, Madisyn Danforth, Aniston Beard, Callie Rafferty, Alysie Williamson and Sophie Destefano. Front row from left, Annie Mitzel and Elissa Heermann.
The Sheridan Volleyball Club U14 team yellow won first place in the U14 gold bracket over the weekend in Gillette. Pictured are, from left, Cameron Brown, Alisyn Hutton, Jordan Christensen, Britney Hutton, Taylor Lee, Kylie Sorenson and coach Megan Garnhart.
Sheridan Volleyball Club U14 team white, coached by Bree Reed, won second place in the U14 silver bracket over the weekend in Gillette. Pictured are, back row from left, Emy Kiser, Jovenai Rosselott, Ashley Pancheri, Bailee Wilson, Elizabeth Braley and Alex Geeting. Front: Bailey Aksamit.
The Sheridan Volleyball Club U16 team two won first place in the U16 gold bracket over the weekend in Gillette. Pictured are, from left, Emily Hooge, Kaycee Garner, Madison Godwin, Kaylee Abernatha, Coach Jeff Bowie, Holly Williams, Taylor Bowie and Haley Timm.
SHERIDAN — Jose Reyes from Fort Collins, Colorado, has committed to play soccer at Sheridan College next season. Reyes is a goalkeeper and has played soccer for over 10 years. He spent the past four years playing club soccer for the Colorado Storm. Reyes becomes the 17th recruit that Hallenbeck has signed during this offseason. Read More
SHERIDAN — It didn’t take long, but Joe Wright carded the first hole-in-one of the 2015 season Saturday at the Powder Horn. Wright used a 7-iron on the 199-yard Stag eighth hole to score his ace, the second hole-in-one of Wright’s career. Matt Parker was the witness.March 31, 2015
SHERIDAN — Molly Mann, a junior at Sheridan High School, was selected to compete with the U19 Northern Plains District hockey team at the America’s Showcase Tournament in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in April. Mann has played hockey in Sheridan since she was in kindergarten and credits much of her success to Dan Carlin, who has coached Read More
SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College women’s rodeo team bounced back from a rough first week of rodeo to take home first place at the Eastern Wyoming College rodeo over the weekend. After finishing eighth in Gillette a week ago, the women worked hard all week to take the title in week two of the spring Read More
The Sheridan County Rams eighth-grade basketball team traveled to Billings, Montana, over the weekend to play in the Billings Elite “Hoop It Up” basketball tournament. The Rams went 6-0, including a 35-34 win over the Billings Flight in the championship. There were 13 teams in the eighth-grade bracket. The Rams are coached by Mark Fritz Read MoreMarch 30, 2015
SHERIDAN — It may have been the first week of the season, but the 2014 state runner-up Sheridan Lady Broncs soccer team is already playing in mid-season form. The Lady Broncs opened their season with a dominating 5-0 win against the Riverton Lady Wolverines at Riverton, then followed with three solid wins at a jamboree Read More
SHERIDAN — Despite the team’s opening-game loss against Riverton Friday, Sheridan head boys soccer coach Matt Johnson said his team responded well at the Casper jamboree Saturday. In shortened games, the Broncs tied 1-1 against both Green River and Rock Springs, and beat Kelly Walsh 2-0. Junior forward Riley Session scored both of the team’s Read MoreMarch 27, 2015
SHERIDAN — All of the track and field athletes of Sheridan County had a chance to shine Friday as Buffalo High School hosted the Jerry Campbell Invite for nine girls teams and 10 boys teams competing in 17 events. In the end, Sheridan High School took first in both girls and boys overall points, but Read More
SHERIDAN — With the unseasonably warm weather the stands filled with spectators, and with a new head coach for the Broncs it was shaping up to be a perfect evening for the Sheridan soccer squad to begin their season. The outcome, however, was not nearly as pleasant. The Broncs begin their season with a tally Read More