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Sheridan girls begin 4A tourney with Riverton on Thurs.

March 12, 2014

By Tanya Hamner The Sheridan Press SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Lady Broncs will start their state championship tournament off with the Riverton Wolverines, Thursday at 9 a.m. The Lady Broncs earned a No.2 seed for the tournament after regionals last weekend and will be facing the No. 3 seed from the 4A West. The Lady Read More

Sheridan Hawks bantam team wins state championship

March 11, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Hawks bantam hockey team won the Wyoming Amateur Hockey Association State B Championship Sunday afternoon in Cheyenne. The tournament began Friday with a 9-0 win over the Pinedale Glaciers. Andrew Boint netted four goals and one assist. Sandis Cook scored three goals and offered one assist. Jack Morey and John Chase Read More

Local athletes earn All-State, All-Conference awards for 2013-14 season

SHERIDAN — The Wyoming Coaches Association released their list of 2A and 1A All-State and All-Conference awards. The following local athletes were honored. 1A All-State (girls) Shayna Kretschman, Arvada-Clearmont 1A All-Conference (girls) Caitlin Klatt, Arvada-Clearmont Shayna Kretschman (also named Conference Player of the Year), Arvada-Clearmont 1A All-Conference (boys) Dylan Collins, Arvada Clearmont   2A All-State Read More

Generals, Lady Generals rack up Region IX honors

SHERIDAN — Region IX has named its All-Region teams for men’s basketball. Included in the First Team list is Fred Dure, sophomore guard for the Generals. In 16 games this season, Dure led Sheridan with an average of 15.1 points per game, while shooting 48 percent from the field, 35 percent from beyond the arc Read More

Lady Bronc Christensen signs to throw at Minot

SHERIDAN — Shayla Christensen signed her letter of intent to Minot State University for throwing. She will throw shot, weight, discus and hammer. “Shayla is a very hard working athlete,” Sheridan High School track coach Art Baures said. “She means a lot to this program and is a role model to many athletes. She is Read More

SHS track finishes seventh, sixth at state meet

March 10, 2014

SHERIDAN — The 2014 Wyoming State Indoor Track Championships were held this weekend in Gillette. The girls team finished in a tie for seventh place with Kelly Walsh, each team scoring 33 points. First place went to Gillette with 149.5 points. Fifteen of 22 teams scored points with Star Valley scoring the lowest above zero Read More

Lady Broncs fall to Gillette at regionals

SHERIDAN — Sheridan High School Lady Broncs will head to state basketball in Casper this weekend as the No. 2 in the East after they played in the regional championship game Saturday, falling short against Gillette 56-65. The Lady Broncs faced the Camels in the championship match in Cheyenne. Individual stats from the game were Read More

Tongue River Lady Eagles win second-straight state championship

CASPER — They had to earn it, but the Tongue River Lady Eagles walked out of the Casper Events Center on Saturday night as 2A girls state champions. Kemmerer held the lead for much of the second half, but the Lady Eagles forced overtime play and thanks to the free throws of Sarah Rawlings, got Read More

Repeats! Lady Eagles take another state title

March 8, 2014

CASPER — They had to earn it, but the Tongue River Lady Eagles walked out of the Casper Events Center Saturday night as 2A girls state champions. Kemmerer held the lead for much of the second half, but the Lady Eagles forced overtime play and thanks to the free throws of Sarah Rawlings, got the Read More

Sheridan girls beat Central, head to championship game

March 7, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School Lady Broncs won their game against Cheyenne Central Thursday night 57-39 and will square off against the Gillette Camels today at 1 p.m. “We came out like we should,” said Coach Jessica Pickett. “We were down a big part of our team, and everybody stepped up and did what Read More

Tongue River girls one win away from a repeat

SHERIDAN — The Tongue River Lady Eagles beat out Wyoming Indian Friday afternoon and secured their chance to defend their status as 2A state champions. The final score of the semi-final game saw the Eagles with 65 and Wyoming Indian at 44. Tongue River Coach Dianne Moser said her team started the game with a Read More

Sheridan track team sets records at state championship meet

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School Track team celebrated record breaking performances at the state championship meet in Gillette Thursday. The girls’ 4X200 relay team took first and broke their own school record for the third time this year, while another female runner broke a school record set in 2005. The relay team comprised of Read More

Rams eliminated in hard fought battle

SHERIDAN — The Big Horn Rams are out of the 2A State Championship tournament after a 10-point loss to the Big Piney Punchers Friday afternoon. The Punchers racked up 65 points while the Rams trailed at 55. Rams Coach Ryan Alley said he’s proud of his team, as the game was close. “It was a Read More

Rams fall in first round of 2A tourney

BIG HORN — The Big Horn Rams stumbled in the first round of the 2A boys state tournament in Casper on Thursday night, losing to Rocky Mountain, 64-57. Rams coach Ryan Alley said the boys didn’t come out in the first quarter with the required intensity and fell behind early. At the end of the Read More

Lady Eagles top Thermopolis, 59-39

SHERIDAN — The Tongue River Lady Eagles stayed on top throughout their first-round game at the 2A state tournament Thursday, defeating Thermopolis 59-39. Tongue River squeaked through the first quarter with a two-point lead, 15-13. “I felt like the first quarter we were getting our shots, we got some good looks at the basket,” Lady Read More

Broncs end season in heartbreaker against Central

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Broncs ended their season with a heartbreaker in Cheyenne for the 4A boys regional tournament Thursday night. The boys fell to Cheyenne Central, 69-67. Broncs coach Gale Smith said his team led by one at the end of the first quarter, but in the second quarter his team got into some Read More

Moser leads Lady Eagles to another state tournament

March 6, 2014

DAYTON — As the Tongue River Lady Eagles basketball team prepares for the 2A state tournament this weekend in Casper, coach Dianne Moser took some time to talk about herself and her philosophies.   How long have you been a women’s basketball coach? Moser: I have been in coaching for 40 years. How long have Read More

Generals end season

March 5, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Generals ended their season last night as they lost in the third round of the Region IX men’s basketball tournament. The men faced the host team, Northeastern Junior College of Colorado, in the final four matchup and lost 90-79 in a game that was much closer throughout than the final score Read More

Sheridan teams confident heading into postseason play

SHERIDAN — The 4A regional basketball tournaments will kick off Thursday at Cheyenne South High School. The No. 3 seed Sheridan High School Broncs (17-5) will get things started against No. 6 seed Cheyenne Central (4-16) in the first round at 8:30 p.m. Thursday. The Broncs have already defeated Central twice this season, 44-36 at Read More

Hawks hockey swept in state round robin

March 4, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Hawks high school hockey team was swept in the state round robin tournament matches this weekend. Saturday the team suffered a 14-1 loss to the Casper Oiler A’s followed by a 6-2 loss to the Gillette Wild A’s. The Hawks goal in the Oilers game was scored by Logan Churchill and Read More

Generals top Northwest College in Region IX tournament Mon.

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College Generals beat Northwest College in the second round of the Region IX tournament last night, advancing to the final four. The Generals never gave up the lead in a close round-two tournament game. Heading into the half, SC was up by seven and they expanded that lead throughout the second Read More

AC ends season in game against Hulett on Sat. at regional tourney

SHERIDAN — The Arvada-Clearmont Lady Panthers suffered a season ending loss to Hulett High School in their third game of the regional tournament Saturday. To get there, the girls beat Midwest Monday in the play-in game 45-28. The Lady Panthers then lost their first match in the regional tournament to No. 1-ranked Lingle-Ft. Laramie Thursday Read More

Team earns third-place finish; 3 Broncs claim state titles in Casper

March 3, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School wrestling team took third in state for the 4A division this weekend in Cheyenne. The bronze ranking came from a team points total of 204, with second-place Green River scoring 211 and state champions Gillette scoring 285, making Gillette champs for the 12th year in a row. Eleven boys Read More

Lady Generals top Lamar in first round

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College Lady Generals topped Lamar Community College, 88-87, Sunday night in the first round of the Region IX tournament being played in Rock Springs this week. Sheridan College coach Frank McCarthy said Lamar played a “wild style,” substituting all five players every minute or so. This meant each of the 15 Read More

Big Horn girls out; Lady Eagles start state tourney Thursday

DAYTON — The Tongue River Lady Eagles are headed to state as the No. 1 seed from the East after a win over the Southeast Cyclones in the championship round of the 2A East regional tournament Saturday. Eight Lady Eagles saw court time and each girl contributed to the final score of 55-41. Sarah Rawlings Read More

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