Sports

SC Hall of Fame class of 2014 nomination open

November 19, 2013

SHERIDAN — Sheridan College is accepting nominations for its annual Hall of Fame class. Nominations are open for the Class of 2013-14 Generals Hall of Fame, with the public invited to submit any former Sheridan College student-athlete, coach or person closely connected with the athletic program. The induction ceremony will be held Feb. 8, 2014 Read More

Sheridan College volleyball signs Davis

SHERIDAN — Sheridan College has announced its first volleyball signing of the 2014 class. Signing with SC earlier this month, Maaryn Davis (5’,5”) grew up in Wheatland before moving to Chadron, Neb., where she helped Chadron High School to a 95-21 record in her time with the team as an outside hitter. “Maaryn is a tremendous Read More

Best Western recap: Generals drop first game

November 18, 2013

SHERIDAN — At 6-1, even after suffering their first defeat of the season Saturday night, Generals head coach Steve Smiley is encouraged by his squad’s early progress. Friday night the Generals defeated Colorado Kings — a team that Smiley noted had played good competition so far and was a not an easy game — behind balanced Read More

Lady Generals hold off Little Big Horn College

SHERIDAN — The Lady Generals moved to 6-2 after a 91-67 win Saturday night over Little Big Horn College, capping the McCoy Insurance Agency Tournament. Sheridan College held off several runs from LBHC, leading 48-40 at the break, then holding their opponent to 27 points in the second half. Five Lady Generals scored in double figures Read More

Strong weekend for Wyoming basketball

Wyoming eases past Arkansas State 85-64 LARAMIE (AP) — Josh Adams celebrated his 20th birthday with a career-high 20 points and Wyoming shot 56 percent from the field to defeat Arkansas State 85-64 on Saturday. Larry Nance Jr. had 18 points and six rebounds and Riley Grabau added 16 points for the Cowboys (2-1), who Read More

Lady Generals make a bounce back win

November 15, 2013

By Alisa Brantz   Coming off a tough loss to Eastern Wyoming College last Tuesday, the Sheridan College Lady Generals (5-2) were back under the Golden Dome Friday night and back to their winning game. The ladies finished stong against the Salish Kootenai College Bison from Pablo, Mont. with a final score of 101 Generals, Read More

2A FOOTBALL CHAMPS

Big Horn Rams win first title since 2004, defeating Mountain View 47-22. Check back here for a full recap.

Generals sign three NLI to D1; home this weekend

SHERIDAN — Three Sheridan College men’s basketball players signed National Letters of Intent Wednesday, putting ink to a step in a process that began when they came to Sheridan. Guards Iakeem Alston and Frederic Dure are starting their sophomore years at SC, and redshirt freshman forward Kaileb Rodriguez is starting his first year at the Read More

2A Championship Week: Rams ready for Mountain View

November 14, 2013

BIG HORN — The Big Horn Rams season is finishing the same way it began — in the dark. Literally. Even as a state of the art turf facility, there are no lights at Jack Dow Memorial Field at Big Horn High School. That didn’t stop Big Horn second-year head coach Michael McGuire from scheduling the Read More

2A Championship Week: Rams big play offense hinges on offensive line play

SHERIDAN — West Coast offense? Let’s call it Sheridan County offense. Big Horn head coach Michael McGuire joined the Rams last fall after three state title game runs, winning twice, as an assistant coach under Don Julian with Sheridan (2009-11), building a sort of 2A affiliate of the Broncs newly successful football program. Like the Read More

Cowboys edged in Colorado; Shyatt signs three

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Miss after miss, Spencer Dinwiddie grew more and more frustrated by his usually trustworthy jumper. So, the Colorado junior decided to ditch it and just drive, leading to fouls and plenty of trips to the free-throw line. Dinwiddie went 10 of 13 from the line in the second half and finished Read More

PHOTO: SC signing day for Alston, Dure and Rodriguez

November 13, 2013

Three Sheridan College basketball players signed their National Letters of Intent Wednesday afternoon on campus, from left, SC assistant coach Dan Magrino, Iakeem Alston (SO/PG, Baltimore; St. Bonaventure University), Fred Dure (SO/G, Montreal, Canada; Arkansas State University), Kaileb Rodriguez (R-FR/F Denver; University of Nevada-Reno) and head coach Steve Smiley. The three gave their verbal commitments Read More

2A Championship Week: Key to Rams season may have been shoring up defense

BIG HORN — Much acclaim goes to the Big Horn offense, but aligning with the notion of “defense wins championships” may have ultimately vaulted the Rams to War Memorial Stadium. Early in the year, defensive deficiencies coupled with penalties and turnovers caught up with Big Horn in a week-three loss at Burns, where the Rams Read More

2014 prep football schedules released

SHERIDAN — As the last two teams in each class work through the final week of the 2013 season, the Wyoming High School Activities Association released 2014 football schedules Tuesday. Sheridan, who finished 8-3 after a 28-27 loss in the 4A semis last week to Cheyenne East, will play five on the road and four at Read More

Lady Generals drop second game in a row

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College women’s basketball team lost its second game in a row Tuesday night in Torrington. Tiana Hanson scored 15 points and had 13 rebounds and Sierra Toms chipped in 13 as the Lady Generals fell 64-57 at Eastern Wyoming College. Courtney Dollison scored 19 and had six rebounds for EWC, who led Read More

Sheridan College postseason volleyball honors

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College volleyball team had two All-Region IX selections after finishing a 20-win season last week. Carley Gerving and Britney Titensor led the Lady Generals and received the highest honors, with Titensor named All-Region IX for the second year. Gerving will continue her volleyball career at South Dakota State University, and is Read More

Hoffman’s late three helps Cowgirls escape Denver with win

From Wyoming Athletics DENVER — With the clock winding down in regulation, a 3-point field goal by senior Kaylee Hoffman gave the Wyoming Cowgirl basketball team a 73-70 win over the Denver Pioneers (0-2) on Tuesday night. It was the Cowgirl seniors who led the way in the victory. Fallon Lewis recorded a career high Read More

Rams enter 2A championship week

November 11, 2013

BIG HORN — The Big Horn Rams will play Mountain View for a 2A state title at noon Friday in Laramie. This is the fifth year that the five classes of Wyoming high school football will play their championship games in Laramie. The 2A game is the first to be held this weekend, with the class Read More

Fresno State pulls away from Wyoming, 48-10

LARAMIE (AP) — In a showdown between high-scoring Mountain West Conference offenses, Wyoming found out it isn’t in the same league as No. 17 Fresno State. The Cowboys gained only 82 yards in the second half and Fresno State scored 48 unanswered points for a 48-10 victory Saturday night. “Our execution wasn’t at the level Read More

Sheridan College men’s basketball out to 5-0 start

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College basketball team used another 2-0 weekend to continue their fast start to the season. The Generals defeated Laramie County Community College, the host school at the tournament in Cheyenne Saturday, 84-76. Fred Dure scored 21 points, Josh Adeyeye had 15 points and a career-high 14 rebounds. Rudolphe Joly scored 10 points Read More

Wyoming debuts with 78-60 win over UT-Martin

LARAMIE (AP) — Impressive debuts by two newcomers and strong outside shooting by a veteran Friday night carried Wyoming to a 78-60 win over Tennessee-Martin in the opener for both teams. Returning starter Riley Grabau made 4 of 6 from beyond the arc – all in the first half – en route to a career-high Read More

Broncs miss state title berth in heartbreaker, falling 28-27 to East

November 9, 2013

SHERIDAN — Things could have gone differently. Sheridan fell to Cheyenne East in the 4A state semis Friday night at Homer Scott Field, a first-quarter missed extra point deciding a 28-27 thriller. Struggles in the PAT game and pre-snap penalties that haunted Sheridan all year were their downfall. East junior quarterback Tevis Bartlett stole the Read More

SC basketball stays unbeaten

Lady Generals get to 4-0 with 70-69 win Friday SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College Lady Generals basketball team traded the lead in their game against Gillette College’s Pronghorns Friday afternoon in Casper. SC eventually came up with the win, 70-69. “They were up early by 12, and then we came back, and we went up Read More

Lady Generals volleyball team done for the year, losing in four sets

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College Lady Generals volleyball team lost in four sets to Laramie County Community College at the Region IX tournament in Torrington Friday afternoon. The game was a loser-out game, so it wrapped up the season for team. “They’re doing all right,” coach Jennifer Stadler said. “It’s one of those things where Read More

Cowgirls open season in front of packed house at Sheridan College

SHERIDAN — The girls were back at home Friday night. The University of Wyoming Cowgirls basketball team was in town Friday night to play the Montana State University-Northern Skylights in the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome at Sheridan College. Kaitlyn Mileto led all scorers with 38 points, and homecoming party-goers Fallon Lewis and Kayla Woodward scored Read More

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