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Hanson commits to Montana State University-Billings

January 23, 2015

SHERIDAN — Sheridan College sophomore forward Tiana Hanson has made the decision to continue her basketball career at NCAA Division II Montana State University-Billings next season. Hanson’s stock boosted way up this season with the Lady Generals as she established herself as a dominant post player at both ends of the floor. Hanson, who averaged Read More

Indoor tennis facility still in fundraising phase

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Community Tennis Association signed an agreement with the Sheridan Athletic Association and the city of Sheridan in September to cover two tennis courts at Thorne-Rider Park, but they still need funding before construction can actually begin on the new facility. The SCTA started its fundraising campaign on Dec. 1, 2014, and Read More

Weekend Sports Outlook Jan. 22, 2015

January 22, 2015

Friday Basketball Sheridan girls vs. Cheyenne South, 5:30 p.m. Sheridan boys vs. Cheyenne South, 7:00 p.m. Big Horn girls at Wright, 5:30 p.m. Big Horn boys at Wright, 7 p.m. Tongue River girls vs. Moorcroft, 5:30 p.m. Tongue River boys vs. Moorcroft, 7 p.m. Wrestling Sheridan at Chadron, Nebraska Hockey Sheridan Hawks vs. Riverton, 8:35 Read More

Prosinski visits Big Horn: Philadelphia Eagle talks to fifth-grade students at Big Horn Elementary

BIG HORN — Chris Prosinski isn’t the biggest player in the NFL, but he’s still in the NFL. So when he walked through the halls at Big Horn Elementary School yesterday, he stuck out like a sore thumb. Prosinski, who spent the better half of this season playing with the Philadelphia Eagles, grew up in Read More

Gillette’s fast-paced offense too much for Generals

January 21, 2015

GILLETTE — When Matt Hammer yelled “back, back, back” from the sideline in Gillette last night, the Sheridan College head basketball coach wasn’t doing his best Chris Berman homerun derby impression. He was constantly telling his players to sprint back on defense during Sheridan’s 96-80 loss to rival Gillette College. Last night’s game turned into Read More

Toms continues dominance against hometown, leads Lady Generals to 69-47 win over Gillette

GILLETTE — The traveling trophy is coming back to the Golden Dome as the Sheridan College Lady Generals made the trip to Gillette last night and thumped the Pronghorns 69-47. Rebounding was the difference maker for Sheridan. The Lady Generals were all over the glass like fingerprints at a jewelry store, corralling a massive 61 Read More

Column: Rooting for tanking

These days, sports media throw around the word “tanking” the way Scott Steiner threw around Sid Vicious in the wrestling ring in the late 90s, and, for the most part, they aren’t using it to describe Johnny Manziel partying at the Palms in Las Vegas. Tanking is the term used by fans and media alike Read More

Athletes of the Week Jan. 20, 2015

January 20, 2015

Peyton Bomar SHS – Indoor Track • First place in long jump at the BHSU Invite (16’ 5.25”) • First place and new school record in triple jump (34’ 6”) • Fifth place in 60m hurdles (10.52) • Fifth place with 4×400 relay team (4:38.40) Jamir Andrews SC – Basketball • Career-high 32 points on Read More

SC men top Western Wyoming, 73-66

January 19, 2015

SHERIDAN — Western Wyoming shot 22 more field goals than Sheridan College and outrebounded them by nine, but Sheridan relied on their defense to pull out the 73-66 win Saturday at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome. SC coach Matt Hammer knew that his Sheridan Generals team would have to pick up their intensity if they Read More

Lady Generals take down Western Wyoming

SHERIDAN — After a sluggish start left the Sheridan College Lady Generals basketball team with their backs against the wall Friday, the SC coaches made some adjustments Saturday to bounce back and beat Western Wyoming 70-52. Casper College had no problem breaking down the Sheridan press Friday night, leaving the Lady Generals chasing the ball Read More

Deep ball helps Broncs drain Natrona

SHERIDAN — Natrona County’s 6-foot-9, 300-pound center Pete Bergman, is a defensive presence manning the paint. You can’t go through him and you certainly can’t go over him. But you can go around him. So, the Sheridan Broncs basketball team (6-4) took what they could get in Saturday’s contest with the Mustangs (4-6), and it certainly Read More

Lady Broncs top Natrona County; wrestling finishes sixth

Lady Broncs top Natrona County SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Lady Broncs wrapped up this weekend’s basketball games with a close, 41-35, victory Saturday over the Natrona County Fillies. With a 37-35 lead in the final seconds of regulation, the Lady Broncs were able to ward off the defending state champions after making four free throw shots. Read More

Bomar sets school record at first indoor meet of season

SHERIDAN — Three Sheridan County high schools traveled to Spearfish, South Dakota, Friday for the first indoor track meet of the season, and Sheridan High School took the reigns as the team to beat, at least in the county. Although team scores were not kept at this meet, Sheridan had a solid showing from a Read More

Lady Rams top Rocky Mountain 44-25

January 17, 2015

BIG HORN — The Big Horn Lady Rams (9-4) didn’t need any extra time last night as they cruised to a 44-25 victory over Rocky Mountain (3-8) in their second of three games this weekend. After a tough overtime battle and eventual loss on the road at Kaycee last night, Big Horn coach Justin Kidneigh Read More

Rams defeated, 62-39 by Grizzlies

BIG HORN — If there was any gas in the Big Horn Rams (5-8) tank after Thursday’s 49-50 heartbreaking loss to Kaycee, it was empty by the time they took on the Rocky Mountain (Cowley) Grizzlies (7-3) last night. A fatigued and worn-down Big Horn team couldn’t keep up with the Grizzlies, dropping a 39-62 Read More

Sheridan suffers loss to Billings Friday

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School boys basketball team lost to Billings Sr. 61-47 Friday at Billings. “We didn’t play a very good defense the first half,” Coach Gale Smith said. “Then they did a one-two-two half-court press.” Despite the loss, Smith said players Dylan Daniels and Blake Godwin stood out, scoring 11 and 10 Read More

Lady Broncs claim victory over Billings 47-39

After a devastating 18-point loss earlier this season, the Sheridan Lady Broncs (9-1) wanted their next meeting with Billings Sr. to be more competitive. They got what they wished for, and more. Last night, the Sheridan Lady Broncs fought their way to a 47-39 win over Billings Sr. “They just played hard, they came out, Read More

Generals crush Casper: Generals shoot lights out to rout Casper 96-79

SHERIDAN — Turnovers have been a problem for the Sheridan College men’s basketball team all season. When they cough up the ball, things tend to go south at a rapid rate. Last night, the Generals turned the ball over 23 times, but it didn’t matter. They played their best game of the season and rolled Read More

Lady Rams lose to Kaycee in second-straight OT game

January 16, 2015

BIG HORN — The Big Horn Lady Rams are making a habit of tacking on extra minutes to their games, this time resulting in a 62-58 overtime loss at Kaycee last night. It was the second overtime finish in as many games for Big Horn (8-4). It took the Lady Rams two extra periods to Read More

Big Horn’s broken record: Rams fall short in comeback to Kaycee 50-49

BIG HORN — Colton Bates took a few power dribbles with his left hand and heaved up a tough, contested runner that didn’t fall, and when the final buzzer sounded at Big Horn High School last night, the Rams had fallen just short in a 50-49 loss to the Kaycee Buckaroos (6-2). But it was Read More

Weekend Sports Outlook Jan. 15, 2015

January 15, 2015

Weekend Sports Outlook Friday, Jan. 16 Basketball Sheridan girls vs. Billings, 7:30 p.m. Sheridan boys at Billings, 7:30 p.m. Big Horn girls vs. Rocky Mountain, 2:30 p.m. Big Horn boys vs. Rocky Mountain, 4 p.m. Tongue River girls at Greybull, 5:30 p.m. Tongue River boys at Greybull, 7 p.m. Arvada-Clearmont girls at Hulett, 4 p.m. Read More

Column: Committing to winning

January 14, 2015

2015 is upon us. One of the best things that comes with every new year is the conference basketball season. As exciting as the college basketball season is, once it gets into the back half of the schedule, it tends to take you through all sorts of emotions. The new year bums you out when Read More

Sampson shuts out Casper; Hawks get two wins

January 13, 2015

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Hawks hockey team made the trip to Casper over the weekend and won two games by a combined score of 9-0. In Friday’s game, a 2-0 victory, Sheridan dominated the ice, outshooting the Oilers 40 shots to 16. Brice Beisher and Thomas Moore scored the goals for the Hawks, and Lane Read More

Lady Eagles fall short in battle with Pine Bluffs

January 12, 2015

DAYTON — It was a hard pill to swallow for the Tongue River Lady Eagles. Despite fighting from behind half of the game, the Lady Eagles lost 62-68 to a scrappy Pine Bluff Lady Hornets team in their second overtime game in as many days. The opening quarter of regulation was a track meet with Read More

Lady Rams squeak out 2OT win over Lusk

BIG HORN — After playing four games in three days, the Big Horn Lady Rams (8-3) added an extra eight minutes to their busy weekend, because, why not? It took two overtime periods, but the Lady Rams were able to squeak out a win over the Lusk Lady Tigers (4-5) Saturday in their final matchup Read More

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