Sports

SHS tennis team hosts Hardin

April 18, 2014

SHERIDAN — Sheridan hosted Hardin on Thursday for a spring tennis match. In singles action, Sheridan’s Tristan Gamble won 2-1 against JD Stratton. Gamble lost his first game 3-6 but won the last two games 6-2, 6-1. Julia Fenn beat both of her opponents Chandler Metcalf and Alice Cai 2-0. Fenn beat Metcalf 6-0, 6-1 Read More

SHS spring tennis hosting match

April 17, 2014

SHERIDAN — Sheridan High School’s spring tennis team has a home match against Hardin today at 3 p.m. The spring season is used primarily to work on development and keep the athletes playing in the off-season. “We tell them not to worry about winning, but to focus on individual skills,” head coach Bob Faurot said. Read More

Webb Wright baseball games to count toward Sheridan Little League

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County School District 2 Recreation District plans to work with Sheridan Little League baseball to increase opportunities for Webb Wright baseball players to be eligible for Little League tournaments. Boys and girls who have registered for Webb Wright baseball in intermediate and minors divisions will be automatically registered in Sheridan Little Read More

Sheridan Broncs win in overtime against Natrona Mustangs 4-2

April 16, 2014

SHERIDAN — Sheridan Broncs won in overtime against the Natrona Mustangs Tuesday evening 4-2. Strong winds and a rainstorm prevented the Broncs from getting an early jump on their opponent, but Sheridan did not give up and came alive in the extra period of play. The first SHS goal came from Bronc Lane Barten, who Read More

Lady Broncs beat Natrona Fillies 2-1 on home field Tuesday evening

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Lady Broncs played against the Natrona Fillies Tuesday evening winning 2-1. Lady Bronc Jennae Fieldgrove scored the first goal of the night with a header. Robbi Ryan brought the ball from the right side into the box. She kicked it and Natrona’s keeper Kaitlin Conley blocked the ball sending it toward Read More

SC Generals rodeo team chases second place to qualify for CNFR

April 15, 2014

SHERIDAN — Three of the six qualifying rides in bronc riding in Fort Collins, Colo., this weekend were earned by the Sheridan College rodeo team. The men’s team is currently tied for third with 160 points in the region. They are chasing second place to qualify for the College National Final Rodeo as a team. Read More

Zdziarski top placer for SHS rodeo team

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School rodeo team completed its first spring rodeo Saturday and Sunday in Laramie. Sheridan’s top placer was Jeffery Zdziarski, who took first in bareback Sunday with a 69-point ride. Brandt Ross in Saturday’s first go placed first in the tie-down roping with a time of 9.47 seconds and fourth on Read More

Sheridan Lady Broncs beat Central Indians 1-0

April 14, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Lady Broncs utilized the entire field in a game with many attempts on goal against the Cheyenne Central Indians, earning a 1-0 win Saturday. The night before, the Indians battled against the Gillette Camels while the Broncs faced Cheyenne East. Both teams had a tough battle Friday making for an interesting Read More

Sheridan Broncs fall 2-1 against Cheyenne Central

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Broncs soccer team lost 2-1 on the Cheyenne Central Indians home field Saturday. “We didn’t start strong in the first half,” head coach Kevin Rizer said. “We spent some time having to play catch up from giving up an early goal.” Jackson Hanify had the only goal of the day for Read More

Broncs win 1-0 in Cheyenne

April 11, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School Broncs soccer team put in one goal against Cheyenne East Friday, and that was enough to win the game. Coach Kevin Rizer said he felt his team dominated the game by denying East from obtaining quality shots at the goal. The SHS winning kick was assisted by Nick Gill Read More

Sheridan County schools take first in 18 events

DAYTON — Tongue River High School took first place in nine events at their home track meet Friday. The school hosted their Pre-Prom Invitational with seven teams competing. “We prepared for the meet,” Head Coach Chuck Walters said. “I think we did a really good job getting the right people to help run the meet. Read More

SHS runners on fire at Trojan Invite

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School track team traveled to Casper Friday to participate in the 2014 Trojan Invite hosted by Kelly Walsh High School. Sheridan’s female runners were on fire and racked up multiple high-profile finishes. Junior Gabby Edeen took the 100-meter dash with a time of 12.89, followed in third place by Senior Read More

Lady Broncs fall to Cheyenne East 0-2

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Lady Broncs lost a battle on their home field against Cheyenne East 0-2 Friday night. There were many attempts from the Lady Broncs to hit the back of the net, but the team couldn’t get it past goal keeper Ashton Brodahl of East. “East is the best team in the state,” Read More

SHS golfers take third in Buffalo

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School golf teams finished third Friday in a tournament in Buffalo. The boys shot 347 while the girls scored 319. Big Horn also attended, but did not place. Sheridan’s Jack Mavrakis finished second with a score of 76 behind defending 4A champ from Riverton Easton Paxton, who scored 73. Kayla Read More

Chasing the saddle from one rodeo to another

SHERIDAN — The buckles sitting on the shelf and the saddles placed in the corner of the living room are done gathering winter dust because the countdown to high school spring rodeo ends today. For most contestants, rodeo is a dream passed down for generations: Their great grandpa was a four-time world champion; their dad Read More

Cowboys to host Utah State on ESPN2

LARAMIE — ESPN2 will travel to Laramie on Friday, Nov. 7 for a national telecast of the Wyoming Cowboys and Utah State Aggies in a game scheduled to kick off at 6 p.m., Mountain Time from Wyoming’s Jonah Field at War Memorial Stadium. The nationally-televised Friday night game between the Cowboys and Aggies will revive Read More

Griffin signs to play basketball for Sheridan

April 10, 2014

SHERIDAN — Denver East high school senior Jevon Griffin will take his basketball abilities to Sheridan College this fall. Griffin signed a national letter of intent to play for the Generals. The college made the signing official April 8. Griffin is the first player Sheridan Generals head coach Steve Smiley has signed to his program Read More

Sheridan Young Guns host USA wrestling

SHERIDAN — Saturday and Sunday Sheridan Young Guns will have a shootout at the Sheridan Junior High School beginning at 9 a.m. Wrestling divisions for the shootout are: PeeWee, Bantam, Intermediate, Novice, Schoolboy/girl and Cadet. Saturday will be a Folkstyle tournament and Greco-Roman tournament. Sunday will be a Freestyle tournament. Cost to spectators is $2 Read More

Sheridan to host 65 volleyball teams

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Volleyball Club will host their first Weston Johnson Memorial Invite April 26 beginning at 8 a.m. Sheridan volleyball media relations coordinator Jennifer Destefano said an expected 65 teams will compete. Among those 65, eight are from Sheridan. A portion of the proceeds from the tournament will go directly to the Never Read More

High school golf teams hit the links

April 9, 2014

SHERIDAN — Sheridan County has a striking group of golfers with all three schools — Big Horn, Tongue River and Sheridan — returning several talented athletes to the courses this year. Some of the key athletes who will help their team’s succeed are Kylee Knobloch, Brock Donston, Casey Caywood and Dylan Patterson of Tongue River. Read More

Covill joins Sheridan College soccer team

SHERIDAN — Carly Covill of Pinedale will join the Sheridan College women’s soccer team next fall. Lady Generals head coach Stefan Skillman said she could fill several positions for the team. “I grew up to love soccer,” Covill said. “I want to show people that even though I am from a small town I can Read More

Sheridan runners take top spots at Little Bighorn Battlefield race

SHERIDAN — Five local runners won their respective age divisions in the Little Bighorn Run – 10 Mile Challenge on Saturday at the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument in Crow Agency, Mont. The course was 10.4 miles and started at the Visitor Center, following the park tour road out to Reno-Benteen Battle site and back. Read More

Golf courses open for play

SHERIDAN — The birds are chirping, the snow is melting and the grass is turning green — it must be golf season. Kendrick golf course opened up Saturday and Monday they opened up to golf carts. Course managers said the golf course wintered well. The Powder Horn and Hidden Bridge will open up today to Read More

Sheridan College rodeo team takes first over weekend

April 8, 2014

SHERIDAN — Sophomore Taygen Schuelke led the Sheridan College rodeo team to a team title at the rodeo hosted by Eastern Wyoming College this past weekend. The men’s team won with 670 points outscoring their opponents by 230 points. In the region they are sitting in third place. “We had numerous athletes that were just Read More

SC hosts spring tourney

April 7, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College Lady Generals ended their first spring tournament Sunday after playing three matches. “I had some people step up that are usually more timid,” head coach Jennifer Stadler said of her team’s performance. During the scrimmage the other teams adjusted to the Generals quick outside. “This was a good practice for Read More

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