Sports

Soccer: Lady Generals fall at W. Neb., Generals drop 2

September 16, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College women’s soccer team got a goal from Stephany Sessions but fell 3-1 in Scottsbluff, Neb., Saturday. Western Nebraska Community College (4-0-0) got three first-half goals and went on to hand the Lady Generals their second conference loss in as many tries. Sessions’ goal was the first for Sheridan College (0-0-3) ever in a conference Read More

Saturday, Sept. 14 volleyball roundup

Laramie tops Sheridan SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School volleyball team dropped to 1-2 in conference Saturday after a four-game loss to Laramie at SHS. Sheridan took the first set but fell behind (25-20, 21-25, 20-25 and 24-26). Head coach Wendi Ruby said that the team didn’t finish the games they could have. “We made a Read More

SC rodeo team strong in opening weekend at CWC

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College rodeo team started the season strong at the Central Wyoming College rodeo over the weekend. Head coach Marc Gilkerson said it was a muddy few days in Riverton. The men finished in third behind Casper and Gillette, while the women were fourth — just 25 points behind Northeastern Junior College. Read More

Tennis: SHS sweeps Riverton, falls to Laramie

SHERIDAN — After rain stunted their Friday matches, the Sheridan High School tennis team was able to get in matches with Laramie and Riverton Saturday. Playing at Laramie, the Lady Broncs dropped the dual with Laramie before sweeping Riverton, moving to 2-2 in conference and 2-3 on the season. For the Broncs, it was pretty Read More

CFB Saturday: Cowboys 35, Northern Colorado 7

September 15, 2013

Wyoming cruises past Northern Colorado 35-7 LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — A 35-7 victory over a lower division team that included two touchdowns scored by the defense might raise some concern from Wyoming fans. But Cowboys coach Dave Christensen knows where the bottom line is after beating Northern Colorado on Saturday. “It’s a win,” Christensen said. Read More

Broncs shake off slow start, top Evanston 35-14

September 13, 2013

SHERIDAN — Sheridan improved to 3-0 with a 35-14 win Friday night in Evanston. “It was frustrating; we’re really good at times and not so good at times,” head coach Don Julian said. “We’ve used three games to kind of work ourselves out of that, but we’re going to continue to stress the things we need Read More

Rams hold on for 50-43 win in Newcastle

SHERIDAN — The Big Horn Rams held on to a wild 50-43 win to push them to 2-0 Friday night in Newcastle. “It’s always nice to get out with a win, the kids and our staff we work hard week in and week out, it wasn’t pretty but we’ll never take a win for granted,” McGuire Read More

Eagles fall to Wheatland 36-6

DAYTON — Football is a game of benchmark victories for the Tongue River Eagles. Friday, they lost their 16th straight football game — dating back to 2010 before their forfeited season in 2011 — 36-6 at the hands of Wheatland (2-0). But the commentary and the lessons learned after the final whistle for the Eagles Read More

Volleyball roundup: Sept. 13-14

Sheridan gets four-set win over Cheyenne South in home opener SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School volleyball team used a four-game win over Cheyenne South to open their weekend conference homestand Friday night. The Lady Broncs (1-1 4A East) defeated Cheyenne South (19-25, 27-25, 25-21 and 25-21) in their first home game of 2013. Head Read More

SHS swimmers win duals with Evanston and Buffalo in Laramie

SHERIDAN —Sheridan’s Lady Bronc swimmers won duals against both Evanston and Buffalo, but lost to Laramie by 18 points. “In general, they swam really well,” coach Brent Moore said, his team competing in Laramie. They’ll be in Cheyenne Saturday. “We led most of the meet against Laramie, but they outnumbered us and were able to Read More

SHS tennis rained out in Cheyenne after partial games

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School tennis team’s day of non-conference matches was shortened by rainstorms Friday. The boys got their match in with Cheyenne Central while the girls’ game were cut short. Both teams had to cancel their matches with Cheyenne East. They will not be rescheduled. Boys (best of 10) Singles No. 1 Read More

X-Country: SHS 8th in Gillette

SHERIDAN — Sheridan High School’s boy’s cross country team placed eighth out of 11 at the Wayne Chaney Memorial Cross Country Invitational in Gillette Friday. First place went to Laramie High School. The fastest Bronc finisher in the varsity 5K race was Taylor Bruso, who finished fifth overall in 17:20.84. “He was the star of Read More

Bronc golfers sixth at competitive Scoop Shovlain Invite

SHERIDAN — Bronc golfers improved their position on the second day of the Scoop Shovlain Invite Friday afternoon, with their coach still looking for two days of consistent golf. Cheyenne East won the two-day event behind individual champ Quinton Pope who shot 70-70—140. After an 82 Thursday, Jack Mavrakis shot a 75 Friday, while Bailey Read More

Gillette sweeps Sheridan tennis

SHERIDAN — The Camel tennis team beat Sheridan’s boys and girls teams by 4-1 scores Thursday in Gillette. Sheridan’s wins came at No. 1 singles as Reed Ritterbusch and Julia Fenn each topped their opponents to stay unbeaten on the year. Ritterbusch defeated Sam Coulter 6-3 and 6-3, while Fenn beat Madison Hinshaw 6-1 and 6-3. Read More

BH sweeps TR spikers to open conference

BIG HORN — Big Horn took round one of the early-season, cross-county rivalry with Tongue River Thursday night. The Lady Rams came out on top of three back-and-forth sets to sweep the Tongue River Lady Eagles and open conference play 1-0 Thursday night. Big Horn used comebacks in the first and third sets to earn the Read More

Prep golfers descend on Sheridan

SHERIDAN — Cheyenne East’s Quinton Pope shot a 70 and leads the Sheridan High School Invite after one day at Kendrick Golf Course. For Sheridan, they’ll try to make up a sixth-place team score after a tough day Thursday. Jack Mavrakis shot an 82 following his tournament second place last weekend in Gillette in which he played Read More

Prep football preview: SHS at Evanston

September 12, 2013

SHERIDAN — Good teams do certain things well. They play good defense, and they don’t make mistakes; the simple intangibles that win close games. For those reasons, last Friday against Kelly Walsh, Sheridan came out on top of a defensive battle 26-10. While it wasn’t a mistake-free contest — the Broncs had one pick and Read More

Prep football preview: BHHS at Newcastle

BIG HORN — After a 55-point output to start their season, the Big Horn Rams will look to find thier groove in week two at Newcastle. Starting 1-0 last week in their 55-25 home victory over Greybull, Big Horn showed signs of the coach Michael McGuire and QB Connor McCafferty-led offense that put up those gaudy numbers Read More

Prep football preview: Wheatland at TRHS

DAYTON — The football gods seemed to be pouring it on when Tongue River freshman quarterback Will Kearns left the field last week with what could have been a serious injury. Luckily, Kerns has been able to practice this week. Take that as a positive for a team that fell 35-0 in their opener to Read More

SC soccer: Generals draw 2-2 with Northwest; Lady Generals fall 1-0

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College Generals soccer team opened conference play Wednesday night in Powell, playing the preseason No. 20 team in the country to a draw. Sheridan (1-0-1) and Northwest College (2-2-1) played to a 2-2 draw Wednesday night as the game was called due to darkness in overtime. Sheridan College’s Tanner Alseike hit Read More

Cowboys not taking Northern Colorado lightly after last year

(AP) — The Wyoming Cowboys don’t need to be reminded of their past. Already owners of an 0-2 record last season, Wyoming fans assumed a visit from FCS program Cal Poly would help stop the bleeding. Even without Wyoming’s quarterback, Brett Smith, many thought the team had too much depth and too many athletes to Read More

Sheridan Swim Team Sharks meetings coming up

September 11, 2013

SHERIDAN — Sheridan’s USA Swimming club team, the Sheridan Swim Team Sharks, will hold two registration and informational meetings prior to the start of its winter season on Thursday, Sept. 19 and Monday, Sept. 30.  Both meetings will be held at 6 p.m. at the Early Building pool at Sheridan Junior High School. The swim club competes Read More

Dayton-Ranchester softball game Sunday

DAYTON — The annual Dayton/Ranchester softball game will be Sunday at 1 p.m. at Scott Park in Dayton. The co-ed softball game is part of a “Family Fall Festival” sponsored by the Tongue River Valley Community Center. The game is for players 16 and older. After softball, there will be family game time including a Read More

Tuesday sports briefs

Former Broncs standout Jordan Roberts runs for 73 yards in loss to Kansas SHERIDAN — It’s been about a year since the name Jordan Roberts popped up in football news, but that might not be the case for long. That absence was due to Roberts redshirting his first year of football at South Dakota, and Read More

Broncs 7th at Michelle Ludwig Invite

September 9, 2013

SHERIDAN — Sophomore Taylor Bruso pushed the Bronc harriers to a seventh-place finish at the Michelle Ludwig Invitational Saturday in Sheridan. Bruso’s 17-minute, 38-second time on the 5,000-meter VA Medical Center course was good enough for 11th on a hot afternoon at Sheridan High School’s annual host meet. Ricky Faure’s 16:21.11 was first, and Rock Springs Read More

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