Sports

Injuries keep Eagles down

September 6, 2013

SHERIDAN — The ol’ lips were hanging a little bit low Friday night after the Tongue River Eagles’ 35-0 loss to Rocky Mountain on their home field in Dayton, head coach John Scott said. “Everybody goes into a brand new season with optimism, but it seems we haven’t quite found our blueprint for success yet,” Scott Read More

Vball briefs: Sheridan County prep spikers in Gillette

Big Horn volleyball wins one, loses two at Gillette SHERIDAN — Playing bigger schools can be intimidating, but the Big Horn Lady Rams didn’t let that stop them from putting up a good fight in Gillette Friday. In pool play, they were able to beat Glenrock in two sets in their first match (25-18, 25-15). Read More

Idaho game not easy for Cowboys coach Gesser

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — If there is one piece of advice for college football coaches, it is: You can never look back. Jason Gesser is realizing that more than ever this week. Gesser is in his first season as the University of Wyoming’s quarterbacks coach. At this time last year, he was the running backs Read More

Golf briefs: Mavrakis ties for first, SHS finishes second at Gillette

SHERIDAN — Sheridan’s Jack Mavrakis and Gillette’s Danny Davis fought for the top spot on the leaderboard in a two-day tournament in Gillette with Mavrakis scoring 75 Thursday and 76 Friday, and Davis doing the flip-flop of that with a 76 Thursday and a 75 Friday. Tied for first at the end of the day Read More

Lady Generals spikers rolling

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College Lady Generals decided six games was plenty Friday night, taking Eastern Wyoming College and Williston State College in straight sets. The Lady Generals (9-4 overall, 1-0 conference) defeated Eastern Wyoming College (25-15, 25-23, 25-15) under the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome at 3 p.m., took a quick breather, then hit the Read More

Sheridan grinds out 26-10 win over Trojans

SHERIDAN — Late defensive scores to seal the win seemed fitting Friday night. Sheridan came out on top of a grinding battle with Kelly Walsh (0-2) in their home opener, using two late turnovers to seal a 26-10 win as they moved to 2-0 on the year. Opening night at Scott Field didn’t phase the Trojans Read More

Two more state quals for Lady Bronc swimmers

SHERIDAN — Sheridan High School swimmers Rachel Stevens and Raien Emery swam strong  at the Terry Bartlett Invite in Cody, each earning a State qualification for her hard work. Stevens swam a 28.15 in the 50-yard free stroke, placing fourth, and Emery took second in the 100-yard breaststroke with a time of 1:20.14. “We had Read More

Column: Fantasy football is so cool right now, man

The Baltimore Ravens don’t deserve national television anymore with all these electricity delays. Last night in Denver for the NFL opener, we couldn’t even blame it on Beyonce. If you liked it, you should have put a back-up generator on it. Cue the Rahim Moore play again! What is he talking about? I don’t know, mom, just Read More

Lady Generals spikers sweep conference opener

SHERIDAN — The Lady Generals were kind to the crowd that braved the sauna-like heat of the late-summer Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome Thursday night, making quick work of their conference opener in straight sets. Sheridan College defeated Central Wyoming College (25-18, 25-23, 25-16) Thursday night, moving to 1-0 in Region IX play and 7-4 overall. Read More

Mavrakis leads after day one in Gillette, Broncs second

SHERIDAN — Sheridan’s Jack Mavrakis led the two-day tournament in Gillette entering the final round today. Mavrakis shot a 75 on Thursday and held a one-stroke lead over the Camels Danny Davis. Davis won the season’s first tournament in Cody and finished second last week in Worland. The Broncs 350 was behind Gillette’s 334 after the first Read More

Despite surprise in Gillette, Broncs expecting strong Kelly Walsh team for home opener

September 5, 2013

SHERIDAN — Before last Friday night, the week one matchup between Sheridan and Kelly Walsh was being tabbed as the game of the week. That billing lost some clout when the Trojans went to Gillette and lost 52-14, allowing the Camels nearly 400 yards on the ground. Whether they’re trolling their rival Gillette or, more Read More

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

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

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