Category Archives: Sports

Four cowgirls make it to final round for SC rodeo

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College women’s rodeo team put together a strong performance at their second-to-last rodeo of the season over the weekend in Casper. Four different SC cowgirls made it to the championship round on Sunday. Tioni Erickson had an 8.4-second run in the long round of goat tying, and she followed it up… Continue Reading

Never Flinch champions

Never Flinch champions

The Sheridan Volleyball Club hosted the second annual Never Flinch Invitational over the weekend. Seventy teams competed in the tournament, and the SCV Yellow #1 won the U16 gold division. Pictured are, from left, Avery Von Krosigk, Kristi Von Krosigk, Grace Von Krosigk, Olivia Conrad, Sydney Worden, Haley Timm, Alli Puuri, Taylor Bowie, Jeff Bowie… Continue Reading

This week in sports April 21-26

Sheridan Broncs TUESDAY Track & Field vs. Gary Benson Memorial, 1 p.m. FRIDAY Girls Soccer at Buffalo, 4 p.m. Boys Soccer at Buffalo, 6 p.m. Golf at Powell Invite SATURDAY Track & Field vs. Dan Hansen Invite, 10 a.m. Tennis vs. Sheridan Invite   Big Horn Rams FRIDAY Golf at Sundance Invite SATURDAY Track &… Continue Reading

Crow scores two more as Broncs take down East

Crow scores two more as Broncs take down East

SHERIDAN— Any doubt regarding whether the Broncs are a state contender was removed this weekend. Another solid performance by the Sheridan defense and another two-goal game for Sheridan’s Dontae Crow gave the Broncs the upper hand over the Cheyenne East Thunderbirds in Saturday’s 4A East boys soccer matchup at Homer Scott Field. “I think we… Continue Reading

Sheridan beats wind, East for fourth straight win

Sheridan beats wind, East for fourth straight win

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School Lady Broncs overcame two obstacles Saturday as they fought through vicious winds and the Cheyenne East Lady Thunderbirds for a 2-1 victory. The weather forced the Sheridan coaching staff to make a lofty decision before the game even started, opting to go against the wind for the first 20… Continue Reading

Bomar, Mitchell top tracksters Saturday

SHERIDAN — Both the Tongue River and Sheridan track teams logged many miles on the road over the weekend as the Broncs traveled to Rapid City, South Dakota, to compete in the 2015 Track O Rama and the Eagles made the trip to Lovell for the Lovell Invitational. Squaring off against 11 teams from South… Continue Reading

Jets split season opener with Gillette

Jets split season opener with Gillette

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Jets baseball team kicked off the season Sunday, splitting a doubleheader with the Gillette Rustlers. The young Jets team utilized a five-run fourth inning to come back and beat the Rustlers in the first game. The season got off on the wrong foot as the Jets gave up two runs in… Continue Reading

High School Golf

Powder Horn Sheridan Boys Individual Top 15 Final Jack Mavrakis, Sheridan 76-82—158 Dallas Millin, Wright 77-84—161 Wyatt Schumacher, Tongue River 90-84—174 Tyler Harris, Lusk 87-92—179 Logan Johnson, Sheridan 89-90—179 Dylan Patterson, Tongue River 98-83—181 Bailey Bonnet, Sheridan 90-91—181 Kole Schell, Moorcroft 95-87—182 Andy Quinn, Big Horn 87-96—183 Jack Roberts, Big Horn 88-98—186 Andrew Mavrakis, Sheridan… Continue Reading

Broncs soccer topples East 3-1

Broncs soccer topples East 3-1

SHERIDAN— Another strong performance by the Sheridan Broncs defense gave them the upper hand over the Cheyenne East Thunderbirds in Saturday’s 4A East boys soccer matchup at Homer Scott Field. The Broncs and Thunderbirds both had their opportunities at the net, but fantastic goal keeping kept the score 0-0 for the first part of the… Continue Reading

Lady Broncs dominate Cheyenne Central

Lady Broncs dominate Cheyenne Central

SHERIDAN — The Cheyenne Central Lady Indians soccer team broke their huddle Friday afternoon with a loud “C-Unit” chant, but they could have used a little more 50 Cent and less Tony Yayo as Sheridan dominated the game for a 5-0 victory. The Lady Broncs struck early and often, pressuring the Central defense all over… Continue Reading

Crow’s two goals give Sheridan win over Central

Crow’s two goals give Sheridan win over Central

SHERIDAN — While there is always room from improvement, Sheridan Broncs soccer head coach Matt Johnson couldn’t find a whole lot wrong with his team’s performance Friday. “I was very pleased with our defense and our kids’ work ethic tonight — they worked really hard out there,” Johnson said. The Sheridan Broncs took down the… Continue Reading

Three Sheridan High School hoopers named to Wyoming All-Stars

SHERIDAN — The rosters for the 40th annual Wyoming All-Stars vs. Montana high school basketball series were announced Thursday, and three Sheridan High School athletes were named to the teams. Dylan Daniels was named to the boys teams, while Dylan Wright and Emily Julian received recognition for the girls. The event, which will be played… Continue Reading

McGuire takes on head coaching for Lady Rams

BIG HORN — Big Horn High School announced Tuesday that Michael McGuire would be promoted from girls assistant basketball coach to head coach next season. Former head coach Justin Kidneigh resigned to spend more time with his family. Kidneigh and McGuire led the Lady Rams to the state tournament last season. McGuire, who is also… Continue Reading

Kuhn signs with Colo. School

Kuhn signs with Colo. School

Sheridan College women’s basketball player Katie Kuhn, center, with assistant coach Ryan Davis, left, and head coach Frank McCarthy, signed her letter of intent to continue her career at Colorado School of Mines (Golden, Colorado) next season. Kuhn led the Lady Generals with 3.8 assists and just 1.6 turnovers as a sophomore. Continue Reading

Hanson to play at MSU-B

Hanson to play at MSU-B

Sheridan College women’s basketball player Tiana Hanson, center, with assistant coach Ryan Davis, left, and head coach Frank McCarthy, signed her letter of intent to continue her career at Montana State University-Billings next season. Hanson led the Lady Generals with 20.2 points and 10.5 rebounds a game as a sophomore. She was named the Sheridan… Continue Reading

Wright to continue hoops career

Wright to continue hoops career

Sheridan High School basketball player Dylan Wright, front row, center, signed a letter of intent to continue her career at Black Hills State University (Spearfish, South Dakota) next season. Wright averaged 10.1 points and 6.2 rebounds a game as a senior. She is pictured here with, clockwise from top left, her brother Gus, mother Christy,… Continue Reading

Edeen to run at Utah State

Edeen to run at Utah State

Sheridan High School track athlete Gabby Edeen, front row, center, signed a letter of intent to continue her career at Utah State University (Logan, Utah) next season. Edeen runs the 100-meter dash, 200-meter dash, 4×100-meter relay and 4×400-meter relay. She is pictured here with, clockwise from top left, her mother Kristy, sister Grace, father Dave,… Continue Reading

Sheridan Volleyball Club wins bracket

Sheridan Volleyball Club wins bracket

The Sheridan Volleyball Club won the U16 Gold Bracket at the Montana Juniors Spring Classic Championship on Sunday in Billings. Pictured, back row from left, are coach Jeff Bowie, Taylor Bowie, Olivia Conrad, Sydney Worden, Emily Hooge, Grace Von Krosigk and coach Kristi Von Krosigk. Front row, from left, are Haley Timm and Alli Puuri.… Continue Reading

Column: Putting on a pedestal

Jordan Spieth updated his wardrobe Sunday, adding a shiny, brand new green jacket to his closet. Spieth dominated the 81st playing of the Masters golf tournament, and flipped the world double birds on his way to the Green Jacket. It was never close, a start to finish victory for the 21-year-old from Dallas, Texas. He… Continue Reading

Ballpark cleanup

Ballpark cleanup

Eighteen moms, dads and players participated in the Webb Wright baseball field cleanup Saturday at the Sixth Street Fields. The Dubberly family, Keller family, Hamrick family, Bates family, Garber family and Strobbe family worked for nearly three hours to help prepare the fields for the upcoming season. “Without community support, our programs are not able… Continue Reading

UW plans $44 million athletic center improvement

UW plans $44 million athletic center improvement

LARAMIE (AP) — The University of Wyoming announced plans for a $44 million expansion and renovation of its athletic training and student-athlete facilities on the Laramie campus. The new addition will be called the High Altitude Performance Center. It will be built onto the current Rochelle Athletics Center on the north end of War Memorial… Continue Reading

This week in sports April 17-19

Sheridan Broncs FRIDAY Boys soccer vs. Central, 6 p.m. Girls soccer at Central, 6 p.m. Golf at Powder Horn SATURDAY Boys soccer vs. East, noon Girls soccer at East, noon Track and Field at Rapid City, South Dakota, 9:30 a.m. Golf at Powder Horn   Big Horn Rams FRIDAY Track and Field at Billings Invite,… Continue Reading

Local competes in Northern Plains Hockey Showcase

Local competes in Northern Plains Hockey Showcase

SHERIDAN — Sheridan’s Molly Mann and the Northern Plains Hockey Showcase 19U team traveled to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, over the weekend to compete in the America’s Showcase tournament. Mann joined 12 other Wyoming girls hockey players and eight players from North Dakota, South Dakota and Montana to form the Northern Plains squad. The showcase gives the… Continue Reading

BH netter signs with SC

BH netter signs with SC

BIG HORN — Big Horn High School volleyball player McKinzie Taylor has decided to continue her volleyball career next year, and she’s going to do it right in her own backyard. Taylor, a 5-5 setter, committed to play at Sheridan College next season. “It’s always great to be able to sign local talent to our… Continue Reading

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