Sports

Good competition for cross country in Loveland, Colo.

September 27, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School cross country team trekked to Loveland, Colo., to participate in the Sweetheart Invitational Friday, and even though the team scores weren’t at the top, it was a good experience overall, coach Art Baures said. “Overall, it’s good to come to a big meet like this with big teams. We Read More

Storms shorten first day of regional tennis; Broncs move on

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School tennis team finished a weather-shortened frst day of north regionals Friday in Casper. All girls doubles teams lost, as everyone played 8-game pro-sets by two. “The girls doubles just didn’t play well,” head coach Bob Faurot said. He added that Katelyn Brooks, No. 2 singles, pulled out a nice 9-8 Read More

Broncs blank Rock Springs 19-0; Gillette next

SHERIDAN — This season the Sheridan Broncs have won in a variety of ways, but after five games, it’s safe to say defense has been the prevailing element in a 5-0 start. Sheridan stayed unbeaten with what head coach Don Julian called a “workman-like” 19-0 victory Friday night over Rock Springs. The first chilly fall Read More

Rams back on track after 57-21 win over Wright

BIG HORN — The Rams returned to their winning ways Friday in their return home. They defeated the Wright Panthers 57-21 behind the legs and arm of Connor McCafferty on a wet day in Big Horn. McCafferty threw for three scores and ran for two more, his mobility sparking the team out of a slow Read More

Long time coming…Eagles snap 3-year skid, top Moorcroft 12-0

DAYTON — Ahhh, sweet victory. After three years without a win, the Tongue River Eagles football team defeated Moorcroft 12-0 on their home turf Friday night.  Coach John Scott said the taste of victory was won with good ball control, a fight to the end and fundamentals, something the team has been drilling practice in Read More

COLUMN: A Wyoming thanks to Todd Helton

I don’t consider myself capable of writing something to properly demonstrate Todd Helton’s career. But we can’t not talk about him this week. So much has been said about him over the past few days, I’ll try to hold myself short of a vomit-inducing love song for my favorite baseball player. But that’s probably just not Read More

Lady Generals spikers fall in Casper

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College Lady Generals volleyball team fell in four sets Thursday night in Casper. Sheridan College dropped its second straight Region IX match (18-25, 25-22,17-15, 22-25) to Casper, dropping their record to 1-2 and 14-9 overall. Britney Titensor had 29 digs and 6 kills while Hannah Jernigan added 7 kills and 4 Read More

Top Powder Horn golfers announced

SHERIDAN – Mike Schauer has been named the Powder Horn Player of the Year for 2013, accumulating a total of 93 points in a series of events and tournaments. Schauer was also the consolation bracket winner of the summer-long match play tournament. Doug Hockett defeated Doug Estes to win the match play championship. Phyllis Rotellini Read More

Prep football preview: Rock Springs at Sheridan

September 26, 2013

SHERIDAN — Block out the noise. The clatter of homecoming week, the anticipation of the Energy Bowl, and perhaps a new self-awareness as one of the top teams in 4A — there are plenty of distractions for the Sheridan Broncs (4-0) entering Friday. After a highlight-reel 42-21 win over last week’s No. 1 Cheyenne East Read More

Prep football preview: Wright at Big Horn

BIG HORN — Handling a loss will be the theme Friday when Big Horn (2-1) hosts Wright (0-3). Because for the Rams, losing isn’t the norm. With the 34-19 defeat at Burns last week, the team has lost just two games under two-year head coach Michael McGuire (12-2). Before that, the Rams have just one Read More

Prep football preview: Moorcroft at Tongue River

DAYTON — The next time Tongue River and Moorcroft play after Friday, it will be a 1A game. Head coach John Scott says that’s a good thing for both squads even this week, two teams which were named in August by the Wyoming High School Athletic Association as enrollment qualifiers for dropping from 2A to 1A Read More

2A, 4A state golf tournaments postponed

September 25, 2013

SHERIDAN — The 2A and 4A state golf tournaments have been postponed due to expected early snowstorms, the Wyoming High School Activities Association announced today. “After being in contact with each of the golf courses and tournament directors that will be hosting this year’s State Golf Tournaments, looking at the weather forecast, and attempting to Read More

Sheridan College 53rd Pat Hamilton Memorial Rodeo set for this weekend

SHERIDAN — The 53rd annual Sheridan College Pat Hamilton Memorial Rodeo this weekend provides a chance to see some of the area’s less talked about athletes. Although high school football is on the mind for Sheridan County, the event provides a late outdoor arena rodeo in Sheridan as summer fades into fall. Three hundred contestants are Read More

Tuesday local sports briefs

September 24, 2013

JV football stays unbeaten SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Broncs junior varsity football team stayed unbeaten with a 36-2 win Saturday in Cody. Sheridan coach Darin Gilbertson said Riley Sessions scored on a 20-yard toss play and Tristan Barfoot recovered a fumble that would set up a Brad Holloway 13-yard run, both in the first quarter. Evan Read More

Lady Generals soccer loses 3-0 to No. 17-ranked Otero

SHERIDAN — Two second half penalty kicks sealed a 3-0 win for No. 17 Otero Junior College over the Sheridan College women’s soccer team Saturday. Head coach Stefan Skillman said that they had a great first half, only trailing 1-0, with that being the only goal they gave up in the run of play all Read More

Athletes of the week: Sept. 24

Senior Broncs wideout/kick returner Nick Gill — Sparking his team early and often, Gill totaled 367 all purpose yards while scoring two touchdowns in Sheridan’s 42-21 win over Cheyenne East Friday night. “We really threw and caught the ball well tonight,” Broncs head coach Don Julian on a night when his team scored 28 unanswered Read More

SC rodeo shows well again with Pat Hamilton Memorial this weekend

September 23, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College rodeo team continued its strong start to the fall season as they prepare for their host rodeo this weekend. In its lone home competition of the year, the SC rodeo team will host the Pat Hamilton Memorial Rodeo Friday through Sunday at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. Over the weekend at the Read More

Tennis: SHS caps regular season

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School tennis team finished a strong weekend over Powell and Cody, moving into the final two weeks of their season. Julia Fenn completed an unbeaten regular season as she defeated Taylor Blough 6-0, 6-0 Saturday during the Lady Broncs 3-2 loss to Cody. Hannah Maixner and Sam Hamilton won their Read More

Volleyball: SHS drops two; SC finishes non-conference slate

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School volleyball team dropped two 4A East confer-ence matchups over the weekend. Friday, they fell to Cheyenne East in four games. “I felt like in the East game, the girls were starting to really do what they had been talk- ing about all week,” head coach Wendi Ruby said. “Even Read More

Prep golf season winding down

Big Horn golfers second at Lusk Invite SHERIDAN — Big Horn golf teams fin- ished second in Lusk Saturday as they prep for their state tournament this week. The girls’ 343 Saturday left them behind Lusk and their 288. The Rams shot 394 Saturday, trailing Wright’s 361. Head coach Mila Stender was pleased with her Read More

Sheridan topples No. 1 East 42-14

September 20, 2013

SHERIDAN — Sometimes high school football rankings don’t mean a thing. The Sheridan Broncs (4-0) toppled No. 1 Friday night, using a 28-point second quarter in a 42-14 win over Cheyenne East (3-1) at Scott Field. Reward for their efforts? At night’s end, the Broncs  were tied atop 4A football with Gillette after the Camels Read More

Golf: BH teams second after one day in Lusk

SHERIDAN — The Big Horn golf teams sat in second place Friday in Lusk after one day at their final tournament before state. Tongue River shot a 421, with Wyatt Main’s 85 leaving him in seventh place, while Big Horn’s Jack Roberts shot a personal best 84 for fifth place. For the Lady Rams, Kaleigh Read More

SHS swimming and diving trailed Friday

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School swimming and diving team trailed Campbell County High School 52 to 132 in team points Friday night. The Lady Broncs did place high in several events, including the team’s 200-yard medley relay squad of Emily Spiegelberg, Mackenzie Dougherty, Gretchen Dougherty and Payton Brilz. The girls placed second with a Read More

SC soccer still finding footing

Lady Generals fall to Trinidad State SHERIDAN — Sheridan College’s young soccer team fell 7-0 Friday night against Trinidad State Junior College. “We fought hard and had some good opportunities on goal, we just lacked the ability to put it between the posts,” coach Stefan Skillman said. Skillman added that the Lady Generals outshot their Read More

Tennis: Broncs sweep Powell

SHERIDAN — The Broncs tennis team crushed Powell Friday, 5-0, bringing the team’s overall record to 3-4, 3-2 in conference. Coaches said the only struggle was at No. 2 doubles, where Lachlan Brennan and Tristen Gamble dropped the first set to Powell, then came back to win the second and third sets. The boys next Read More

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