Sports

Prep football previews: Greybull at BH, Rocky Mtn. at TR

September 5, 2013

BIG HORN — The Big Horn Rams are still the favorite in 2A football. They may not be the consensus favorite, and a lot could change Friday, but for now the Rams are going about their business. Second-year coach Michael McGuire takes his squad to Dow Memorial Field Friday in Big Horn not focused on rankings Read More

Volleyball: Gillette 3, SHS girls 0

September 4, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School girls volleyball team fell in straight sets Tuesday in Gillette. The Camels won 25-15, 25-16, 25-20. “It’s always hard playing Gillette right out of the gates, early in the season, as a conference match, but I’m proud of the effort the girls put up,” head coach Wendi Ruby said. Read More

Tennis: Broncs handle Mustangs, Lady Broncs come up short

SHERIDAN — The Broncs nearly swept the Natrona County Mustang tennis squad Tuesday afternoon at SHS. In his usual groove, No. 1 singles player Reed Ritterbusch didn’t falter in a 6-0, 6-0 win over Spenser Dexter. That looked to be the case for the Broncs at No. 2 singles as Adam Berry rolled through his first Read More

Wednesday briefs: Allen lifts Cowboy golfers

From Wyoming Athletics SHERIDAN — Sheridan’s Kamrin Allen shot a 67 Tuesday to help the University of Wyoming golf team start the year with a win. It was his first individual championship as a Cowboy. His total 210 (-6) after the 67 (-5) Tuesday helped the Cowboys in their 857 (-7) winning team score that Read More

Photos: Week in Sports Aug. 30-Sept. 5

September 3, 2013

Volleyball roundup

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College volleyball team swept its Saturday matches to finish the Golden Dome Invitational. Over the two-day tournament, Carley Gerving led the way with 46 kills for the Lady Generals. Jenna Jordan totaled 100 assists on the weekend, Britney Titensor and Jill Espeland each had 60 digs and Tyler Chrisman had 23 Read More

Tennis: Sheridan boys vs. Gillette one-set results

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School boys tennis team played three rounds of one-set tennis with Gillette Saturday. Reed Ritterbusch went 2-0 in his two sets of singles play, also winning a doubles set with junior Adam Berry. Lachlan Brennan also won both of his sets for Sheridan in singles play, winning his doubles set with Tristan Gamble Read More

Soccer: Generals win first game

SC men 4, Dakota Wesleyan JV 0 SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College men’s soccer team won its first non-exhibition game to start the season 1-0 Sunday. The Generals blanked Dakota Wesleyan JV 4-0 on the road. Hunter Reece got things started with an early goal in the seventh minute. Justin Rohrer added a score in the Read More

Multiple state qualifiers at good Gillette Pentathlon for SHS swimmers

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan girls swimming and diving team is far ahead of where they were last season at this time after two events in Gillette, head coach Brent Moore said. “We had a great meet,” Moore said of the Gillette Pentathalon Saturday. “Second place finish feels great.” During their strong team finish Saturday, SHS qualified six swimmers for state, Read More

Broncs JV starts with 26-6 win over Billings West

SHERIDAN — The Broncs junior varsity football team beat Billings West 26-6 Saturday morning. After seeing significant time on defense in the varsity’s 27-7 win the night before in Laramie, the Sheridan JV showed well Saturday in allowing just one score. Even then, the Golden Bears touchdown came when a turnover that granted them a Read More

SHS cross country runners earn good individual times

August 30, 2013

SHERIDAN — Sheridan High School’s varsity cross country team did not have enough runners to score as a team for the boys or girls Friday in Casper. Coaching staff decided to hold back junior varsity runners to get experience before they compete at the varsity level. Three boys ran and two girls ran for the Read More

SHS girls swimming fifth in Gillette

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School girls swimming and diving team sat in fifth place of 10 teams in the Gillette Relays Friday night. “We swam incredibly well and are way ahead of where I thought we would be (at this point in the season),” coach Brent Moore said. The 200-yard medley relay team of Read More

­­SHS girls tennis delayed due to hail

SHERIDAN — Lady Bronc Julia Fenn continued her early-season hot streak with a 10-8 win Friday in Rapid City. Hers was the lone singles win for the Lady Broncs Friday before play was haulted for 2.5 hours due to hail. In doubles play, Fenn and Katelynn Brooks defeated their opponents 10-4. Regina Romanjenko and Samantha Read More

Local volleyball starting off well

SHS volleyball splits in Cheyenne SHERIDAN — Sheridan Lady Broncs split their matchups at a volleyball tournament in Cheyenne Friday. The girls lost to Cheyenne East in three (21-25, 25-12, 15-7) before defeating Riverton in two (26-24, 25-15). “I was happy with the way we played,” coach Wendi Ruby said. “We had some errors on Read More

Local golfers perform well

SHERIDAN — The Tongue River boys golf team finished third in a tournament in Upton Friday. Coach Pete Kilbride said the hot weather and course conditions made for a tough day of play. “The course was in good shape, but it punished those that veered off the fairway,” Kilbride said. “The rough was long and Read More

Broncs feel out new team in 27-7 win to open season

LARAMIE — Week one wouldn’t be week one without mistakes. But in the end, it wasn’t the miscues but instead the promise of a growing football team that showed through in the Broncs opening week win Friday night on the road. Sheridan overcame three red zone turnovers — two inside the five — managing a Read More

Lady Generals split games

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College Lady Generals split their Friday tournament games, defeating a Great Falls team in three before falling to a Rocky Mountain College team in the Golden Dome Invitational. SC faced Great Falls Team B Friday afternoon, earning a victory (25-11, 25-15 and 25-17). Friday night, the Lady Generals faced off against Read More

Tennis: Sheridan girls beat Jackson 3-2

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School tennis team split its girls and boys dual with Jackson Thursday in their season opener. The Lady Broncs, despite entering the season without a senior on the squad, defeated Jackson 3-2 Thursday at SHS. The Broncs were edged 3-2. No. 1 singles players and defending state champions Reed Ritterbusch and Read More

Broncs travel to Laramie for ‘Zero Week’

August 29, 2013

See the full Sheridan football preview as well as looks at other Sheridan County teams in the Fall Sports 2013 insert in today’s Sheridan Press. SHERIDAN — After three weeks of practice, the Broncs finally meet an opponent. Head coach Don Julian knows his guys are ready for live action as they head to Laramie Read More

Bronc golfers fourth in Worland after day one

August 30, 2013

SHERIDAN — Three boys players posted personal bests and the Sheridan High School tennis team is in fourth place after day one of a tournament in Worland. Jack Mavrakis led the way with his 73, and the three Broncs shooting their best high school scores were Bailey Bonnet, 79, Alex Williams, 85 and Logan Johnson, 92. Read More

SC soccer: MSU-B 6, Generals 2

August 29, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College men’s soccer team led 2-1 at halftime, but fell 6-2 in Billings Wednesday afternoon. Head coach Austin Albers said they had “one good half and one bad half” in the exhibition loss to Montana State University-Billings. Forward Tanner Alseike (Douglas) scored in the third minute, giving Sheridan the early lead. Read More

Buffalo man wins Sibley Lake Triathlon

August 28, 2013

SHERIDAN — A Buffalo man won the second annual Sibley Lake Triathlon over the weekend. Sheridan-owned gym PURENERGY Fitness organized the event, and Tim Cahhal of Buffalo had the fastest time Saturday. His total time was 1 hour, 27.01.73 minutes. Cahhal finished the 750-meter swim in 13 minutes 56 seconds, the 13-mile road bike ride Read More

Lady Generals soccer 0-2 in Denver; SC spikers sweep Dawson

SHERIDAN — The Lady Generals soccer team managed one goal in two losses in Denver this week. Sunday, the Sheridan College women’s soccer team played their first regular-time exhibition game, falling 3-1 to Johnson and Wales University. “We definitely had some chances, our attack was pretty good,” head coach Stefan Skillman said, explaining that the Lady Generals Read More

Pelini expects Wyoming to test defense

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska has won a nation-leading 27 straight openers, and the margin has been at least 10 points in 26 of them. Even if Saturday night’s game against Wyoming turns out the same way — the No. 18 Cornhuskers are four-touchdown favorites — the coaching staff expects to have a much better Read More

SC volleyball opens 1-3 at North Platte tourney

August 26, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College volleyball team started the year with a 1-3 weekend at a tournament in North Platte, Neb. After three losses to begin the tournament, on Saturday the Lady Generals defeated Eastern Wyoming College in straight sets (25-17, 25-22, 25-22). Earlier that day they fell to Northeastern Junior College (22-25, 18-25, 25-22, Read More

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