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Weekend sports outlook

September 11, 2014

Friday, Sept. 12 High school football Sheridan — Evanston, 6 p.m. at SHS Big Horn— Lyman, 4 p.m. at BHHS Tongue River— Moorcroft, 1 p.m. at TRHS High school volleyball Sheridan — Laramie, 6 p.m. at Laramie Big Horn — Big Horn Invite, at BHHS Tongue River— Big Horn Tournament Arvada-Clearmont— Hulett Jr./Sr., 4 p.m. Read More

Broncs looking for a blowout Friday against Red Devils

SHERIDAN — If there is any sort of trend in Wyoming high school football, this week’s matchup between Sheridan and Evanston should be a blowout in favor of the Broncs. After Gillette stomped on Kelly Walsh in zero week, 54-0, Sheridan followed suit, traveling to Kelly Walsh only to come home with an easy 49-6 Read More

Big Horn working to keep momentum going

BIG HORN — Coming off of a 25-0 blowout against Lovell last week, the Rams will finally play on their home field Friday against Lyman. The game time has been changed to 4 p.m. because the lights are not set up yet. Coach Mike McGuire said the team has been in their regular preparation mode, Read More

Column: Time for Goodell to go

September 10, 2014

After giving my so-far-so-good college football predictions last week, I was more than excited to talk some NFL this week. Tony Romo got his Tony Romo on, Calvin Johnson is a super-human, and Johnny Football is still Johnny Clipboard. The NFL was back. But Roger Goodell went and screwed everything up. The Ray Rice debacle Read More

Friday night lights? Maybe

BIG HORN — Friday night…lights? If you’ve driven by Big Horn High School in the past couple weeks, you may have noticed the big light poles sitting out by the football field. If you’ve been up that way in the last couple of days, you surely noticed the giant crane hoisting those light poles up Read More

Big Horn boys golf team takes fourth at Wright Invite

September 9, 2014

WRIGHT — The Big Horn boys golf team took fourth over the weekend at the Wright Invite. The girls didn’t place as a team because they didn’t have enough players. Coach Mila Stender said the two-day tournament was challenging for her team, as it tested their focus. “We have a lot of different things to Read More

Wyoming comes back to beat Air Force 17-13

September 8, 2014

LARAMIE (AP) — Wyoming’s last-minute come-from-behind victory over Air Force is more than just a win in first-year coach Craig Bohl’s eyes. “It’s a program builder,” Bohl said after Colby Kirkegaard threw a 3-yard touchdown pass to J.D. Krill with 58 seconds left to lead Wyoming over Air Force 17-13 Saturday night. Kirkegaard’s TD pass Read More

Lady Generals fall to USU

SHERIDAN — There was a war in Sheridan on Saturday, but it likely went unnoticed if you weren’t at the Golden Dome watching the Sheridan College volleyball team battle over the net. They faced Utah State University-Eastern and it was a battle between the blockers, the players and the boundary lines. The Lady Generals were Read More

Local sports recap Sept. 8, 2014

Sheridan takes third in Scottsbluff Invitational SHERIDAN — The Sheridan boys tennis team tied for third Saturday at the Scottsbluff Invitational. Turner Martini was the champion for #2 singles and Adam Berry finished third in #1 singles. Tyler Phipps and Alex Bennet finished second in #3 doubles. Gillette won the meet with 61 points. Both Read More

SC soccer teams fall to Mustangs

Generals soccer drops 5-1 game to Rock Springs ROCK SPRINGS — The Sheridan Generals men’s soccer team lost 5-1 Saturday to the Rock Springs Mustangs. The score was 2-1 with just under nine minutes remaining, when the team gave up two goals in less than two minutes. After the starting goalie Jack Morris got injured, Read More

SJHS football teams top Dean Morgan

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Junior High School football teams finished 3-1 in their opening week of games over the weekend. Both seventh-grade teams were victorious at home against Dean Morgan. The blue team won, 42-12, and was led by quarterback Ryan Sessions with three rushing touchdowns. Running back Garrett Coon and quarterback Lowden Askins also Read More

SHS Broncs cruise to a 48-7 victory over Kelly Walsh

September 5, 2014

SHERIDAN — It was more of the same for the Sheridan Broncs in their second football game of the season. Although the Broncs were on the road at Kelly Walsh Friday night, they cruised to a 48-7 victory against the preseason number-five team in 4A. On their way to a 49-6 blowout win over Laramie Read More

Mega blocks by SC Lady Generals volleyball leads to 3-0 shutdown

SHERIDAN — In the toy world, Mega Blocks are the knockoff Legos that kids complain about when their parents buy them because they just don’t stack like their famous counterpart. In volleyball, mega blocks signify dominating defense at the net — a little bit cooler than the toys. Luckily for the Sheridan College volleyball team, Read More

Big Horn Rams blowout Lovell, look forward to first game under home field lights

LOVELL — It was a blowout in Lovell last night as the Big Horn Rams crushed the Bulldogs 25-0. “The story of the night was our defense,” coach Mike McGuire said. “We forced three turnovers, and we did a good job of stopping their run game and forcing them to throw.” It was a slow Read More

Sept. 6, 2014 Local Sports Briefs

Lady Bronc swimmers take second at Cody Invite CODY — The Sheridan Lady Broncs had a strong showing at the Terry Bartlett Invite in Cody Friday, taking second as a team with a score of 458. Jackson Hole High School took first with 499 points. “Lady Broncs swimming & diving had a great outing today,” coach Brent Read More

Eagles play ‘most physical’ game coach has seen in 14-7 win over Rocky Mountain

COWLEY — The Tongue River Eagles beat Rocky Mountain tonight in Cowley 14-7. This is the first win for the Eagles in the past six games they have played. Quarterback Will Kerns was the first to score on a quarterback from about a yard out. This sent Tongue River into halftime up 7-0. Lane Dockery Read More

Cwach earns rodeo scholarship from Sheridan Elks #520

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 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

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