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Cwach earns rodeo scholarship from Sheridan Elks #520

September 5, 2014

SHERIDAN — A young cowgirl was awarded a scholarship from the Sheridan Elks Lodge #520 this week. The Sheridan Elks Youth Rodeo Scholarship was granted to Brandi Cwach, a recent graduate of Platte-Geddes High School in Geddes, South Dakota. Cwach was the Senior Reserve Champion at the 2013 Elks Youth Rodeo in Sheridan, earning her Read More

Big Horn earns victory over SHS sophomores

BIG HORN — The Big Horn Lady Rams JV volleyball team beat the Sheridan Broncs sophomore team 2-1 Thursday night. They lost the first set 14-25 and then came back with stronger communication and fewer mistakes in the second. “After the first set, we talked about how we just weren’t pushing points on them,” Big Read More

Sheridan tennis teams top Kelly Walsh

SHERIDAN — It came down to the final doubles team for the Sheridan High School boys tennis team in yesterday’s 3-2 win over Kelly Walsh. Adam Berry and Turner Martini took care of things for the Broncs at one- and two-singles. After the top-two doubles teams struggled in their first sets, they weren’t able to Read More

Rams to kick off 2014 season at Lovell

September 4, 2014

BIG HORN — Although high school football started last week, Big Horn didn’t get a chance to rejoice in that. They played a no-score scrimmage against Lander and have yet to test their new lights in Ram country. But Big Horn does get to play this weekend — and keep score. The top-ranked Rams in Read More

Broncs ready to tackle Kelly Walsh

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Broncs (1-0) will get their first road test of the season when they travel to Kelly Walsh (0-1) tomorrow. After a dominating 49-6 victory in their opener against Laramie last week, the Broncs will face a tougher opponent down in Casper. Although the Trojans were basically a no-show in their 54-0 Read More

Tongue River moves to 1A, starts season with game against Rocky Mountain

DAYTON — After several exciting season openers last week for 4A teams, the smaller teams get to start their high school football season this weekend. Tongue River has moved to the 1A division and will face the wyopreps.com No. 4-ranked Rocky Mountain Grizzlies Friday in Cowley. Though a brand new division for the Eagles, this Read More

Sept. 3, 2014 Local sports Briefs

September 3, 2014

SHS boys and girls tennis travel to Casper SHERIDAN — It was a windy evening of tennis as the Sheridan High School tennis team traveled to Casper to battle Natrona yesterday. The girls team struggled, losing the match 1-4. Julia Fenn was the lone winner for the Lady Broncs, defeating Julianna Solar, 6-0, 6-0. The boys Read More

Blacksmith competition, rough rodeo events highlight Don King Days despite inclement weather

BIG HORN — It was a wet start Sunday for Don King Day events out at the Big Horn Equestrian Center. But attendees didn’t seem to mind as long as their jackets were zipped and their beer or mimosa glasses were full. The blacksmith contest started at 9 a.m. and the contestants managed to stay Read More

Column: Florida State to take college football title

Last week was the first week of a new college football season, the first that won’t need stupid computers to pick a winner. This shouldn’t change the amount of uncertainty a college football season brings, though. My life will be officially complete when I get invited to sit next to Lee Corso in Muncie, Indiana, Read More

Blacksmith competition, rough rodeo events highlight Don King Days despite inclement weather

BIG HORN — It was a wet start Sunday for Don King Day events out at the Big Horn Equestrian Center. But attendees didn’t seem to mind as long as their jackets were zipped and their beer or mimosa glasses were full. The blacksmith contest started at 9 a.m. and the contestants managed to stay Read More

SC hires assistant coaches

SHERIDAN — Some familiar faces are returning to Sheridan College’s Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome. Former Sheridan College men’s basketball player Tom Parks has been hired as the assistant men’s basketball coach, and former assistant coach Ryan Davis has been hired as the assistant women’s basketball coach. Parks joins Sheridan College after serving as an assistant Read More

Lady Generals host tournament at Golden Dome; win 2 of 3 matches

September 2, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College Lady Generals had a busy weekend of volleyball. On Friday, they lost to Colorado Northwestern in five sets (25-17, 25-22, 25-27, 21-25 and 13-15). Mikayla Hoffman led the team with 17 kills, two blocks and two aces. The Lady Generals then beat the University of Great Falls in four sets Read More

Powder Horn leagues compete over Labor Day weekend

SHERIDAN — It was a busy time for golf at the Powder Horn last week. The long weekend began a little early as the Thursday Night Men’s League took to the links in a best-ball format. The team of Bob Allen and Frank Barking took the first flight with a net-28. Bud Johnson and Tyler Read More

Cowboys Hold Off Montana After Two First-Half Turnovers

August 30, 2014

LARAMIE — A nearly sold out season opener for the University of Wyoming football team ended with only a handful of diehard fans left in the stands when the final whistle was blown. Two lightning delays and on-again-off-again rain sent most fans to the exits at halftime. Unfortunately, they didn’t get to watch the Cowboy’s Read More

Broncs whomp Laramie in season opener

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Broncs ran the football all over the field on Friday night. Literally. The Broncs 49-6 blowout of the Laramie Plainsmen was capped off by a 65-yard Coy Steel punt return for a touchdown. After a few botched punts by Laramie throughout the game, another line drive punt barely got off the Read More

Generals drop rough game to USU; coach promises team will turn it around

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Generals fell to Utah State University 4-0 Friday in their first regular season game. Coach Jeff Hallenbeck said there were are a lot of factors that contributed to the loss, but it started with not having three of their starters due to paperwork and injuries. “However, I am not using that Read More

Lady Generals fall in close game

SHERIDAN — “It’s frustrating.” That was how coach Stefan Skillman described his team’s 1-0 loss Friday. The Lady Generals opened their regular season with a home matchup against Utah State University — College of Eastern Utah on Friday afternoon. Although Skillman thought his team played pretty well, it made it that much tougher to swallow Read More

Local Sports Briefs – Aug. 29, 2014

August 29, 2014

Big Horn boys dominate in Sundance SUNDANCE — The Big Horn boys golf team took first place in Sundance Friday with an overall team score of 361. Andy Quinn was the tournament champion shooting a 79. The girls placed fourth with a team score of 403, which coach Mila Stender said was really good considering Read More

Lady Generals drop two midweek road games, kick off regular season today

SHERIDAN — Before the Sheridan Lady Generals soccer team jumps into the regular season, they traveled to Denver on Tuesday and Wednesday for two final exhibition games. Tuesday’s matchup against Division II’s Johnson and Wales University resulted in a 1-0 loss for the Lady Generals, but they had some quality looks at the net. Taven Read More

Local sports briefs Aug. 29, 2014

SHS tennis falls to Jackson JACKSON — The Sheridan High School girls tennis team fell to Jackson Thursday 1-4. Julia Fenn defeated Eliie Kucera scoring 6-1 and 6-0. Coach Bob Faurot said Fenn had a good outing and has improved her game since her championship run last year. The boys team also lost to Jackson Read More

SC men’s soccer ties with South Dakota school

August 28, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Generals finally got the chance to play on their home pitch yesterday, a 1-1 tie with the South Dakota School of Mines. In the final tune-up game before the regular season starts, head coach Jeff Hallenbeck was using the scrimmage as a final chance to work on different techniques and get Read More

Broncs ready to play; face Laramie in season opener

SHERIDAN — After two weeks of practice, the Sheridan Broncs are itching to play under the lights on a Friday night. The Broncs open their 2014 season with a home game against Laramie tomorrow, and head coach Don Julian says it’s about time. “We need to see somebody else,” Julian said. “Our guys are sick Read More

District’s new hire has passion for recreation

August 27, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Recreation District recently hired Brandon Garner to fill their open Recreation Program Supervisor position. After graduating from the University of Wyoming with a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and Health Promotion three years ago, Garner moved to Sheridan, where he’s been working at Memorial Hospital’s Wyoming Rehab Fitness & Physical Therapy Clinic. Read More

It’s Christmas! Well, almost

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. I’m confident that the two months between the NBA Finals and the first NFL game are worse than having bamboo shoots jammed under your fingernails. There are a couple of fun golf tournaments in the summer, but without Tiger, they lack that mass appeal of summers ago. Read More

Lady Generals put in good showing for first weekend at the net

August 25, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College volleyball team had a strong start to its season over the weekend, leaving the North Platte (Nebraska) Tournament with three wins and a loss. It took a match for the Lady Generals to work out some kinks, losing in four sets to Northeastern Junior College, 24-26, 20-25, 25-18, 16-25. Friday Read More

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