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Sheridan loses in a hard fought battle

May 2, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Broncs soccer team battled on their own turf against the Cheyenne Central Indians Friday night at Homer Scott Field, but ultimately lost the battle 1-3. The first half of the game was a physical battle. Bronc players were being knocked down. Words were exchanged out on the field between Sheridan’s Jackson Read More

TR track competes in back-to-back meets

SHERIDAN — Tongue River High School track competed in back-to-back meets Thursday and Friday and had good showings at both. Head Coach Chuck Walters said it is unusual to have the chance to do two meets in a row, but he was grateful because it was a chance to prepare his athletes for what they may Read More

Big Horn sends two top athletes to Casper

SHERIDAN — Top track and field placers from around the state converged on the Kelly Walsh stadium in Casper for the Wyoming Track Classic Friday. Athletes with the top eight times in track and the top 10 marks in field events compete head-to-head in a best of the best format that brings with it a Read More

Knobloch wins first tournament; teams place well

SHERIDAN — Tongue River High School’s Kylee Knobloch won Friday’s tournament at Kendrick Golf Course with a personal best, shooting a 94. “This is Kylee’s first time breaking 100,” Tongue River golf coach Pete Kilbride said. “She did an awesome job. It’s great to see her win and break a 100 at the same time.” Read More

Mavrakis gets first win; teams place third in Gillette tournament

SHERIDAN — After taking second place numerous times, Sheridan High School’s Jack Mavrakis finally earned a win at the Gillette golf tournament on Friday, shooting a 70. “I am very excited that I finally won against some good competitors,” Mavrakis said. “I have been practicing extra hours — pretty much until dark — to get Read More

SHS track star signs with SD School of Mines

SHERIDAN — Some athletes, when they tear their ACL, twice, they will give up on the dream of playing at the collegiate level. Others, like Sheridan Broncs track star Aaron Campbell, take the challenge and cross the finish line. Campbell signed a National Letter of Intent on Thursday afternoon at Sheridan High School to continue Read More

Catching air

SHERIDAN — As the days are getting longer and the sun is shining brighter it is time to get off the main road and get into some dirt action. Motocross season starts off on Mother’s Day at Powder Basin MX race in Gillette for the Sheridan High Plains Motocross Association and local riders are gearing Read More

Wyoming Cowboy Joe Club holds ‘Evening with the Cowboys’

May 1, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Cowboy Joe Club held its evening with the Cowboys on Wednesday. It was a full house with four coaches from the University of Wyoming along with Senior Associate Athletic Director for External Operations Kevin McKinney and UW Director of Athletics Tom Burman. Each coach spoke to the crowd thanking the fans for Read More

More than 100 athletes compete at Special Olympics

April 30, 2014

SHERIDAN — Area IV summer games for the Special Olympics were hosted at Sheridan High School last week with approximately 134 athletes competing on 12 teams. Sheridan had three separate teams with 50 athletes participating in the games. Of those athletes, 39 placed first in various events. Special Olympics is founded on the belief that Read More

Underberg joins Sheridan Lady Generals basketball team

SHERIDAN — Jessie Underberg has signed on to play for the Sheridan College Lady Generals basketball team under head coach Frank McCarthy. She is McCarthy’s first official signee for the 2014-2015 season. The 4.0 GPA athlete from Douglas will assist the Lady Generals with her 12-point per game average. Underberg completed her high school career Read More

Sheridan coach explains fight at Cody soccer game

SHERIDAN — Sheridan Storm Soccer Club coach Coree Kelly said he jumped between an opposing team’s coach and one of Sheridan’s assistant coaches when he was punched in Cody over the weekend. The Storm team was participating in the annual Cody Shootout when the incident occurred. Kelly said the girls soccer team was playing against Read More

Butler joins Sheridan Generals basketball team

SHERIDAN — Sheridan College men’s basketball coach Steve Smiley signed his second player to the 2014-2015 Generals. Butler joins Jevon Griffin as a 2014 recruit. Terrell Butler of Arbor View High School in Las Vegas, Nevada, signed a National Letter of Intent to play in Sheridan. A 6-foot-3, 185-pound guard, Butler will have two years Read More

Sheridan Generals Tate Hilgenkamp signs to Black Hills State

SHERIDAN — Tate Hilgenkamp has signed a National Letter of Intent to play basketball at Black Hills State University in Spearfish, S.D. Hilgenkamp had a solid two-year career for the Sheridan College Generals. Hilgenkamp helped lead the Generals on a nine-game winning streak. “I didn’t get a lot of playing time initially until the Western Read More

Three athletes take top finishes for SHS rodeo team

April 29, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School rodeo team had three individuals place first Saturday and Sunday at the rodeo held in Big Piney. Jeff Zdziarski, Makenna Balkenbush and Brandt Ross each led the competitors in their respective events. Zdziarski scored a 66 on Saturday for bareback riding and Sunday placed first with a score of Read More

Sheridan coach involved in fight at Cody Shootout

SHERIDAN — One of Sheridan’s coaches found himself in a fight with an opposing team’s coach over the weekend at the Cody Shootout soccer tournament. Reports from the Cody Police Department state that officers responded to Mentock Park for an assault. Powell soccer coach Shane Kannard was issued a citation for simple battery by Cody Read More

Zeke Thurston leads Sheridan College men’s team at Casper Rodeo

SHERIDAN — Zeke Thurston led the men’s Sheridan College rodeo team over the weekend, earning 165 team points at the Casper College Rodeo. Thurston and his team roping partner Jayne Lauweryssen roped their steer in 8.9 seconds in the long round, qualifying for the short round in eighth place. Lauweryssen missed in the short round. Read More

Sheridan Broncs topple Cheyenne South, 3-0

April 28, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Broncs won Saturday on the road against Cheyenne South 3-0. The Broncs have now seen South twice and won both times. “It was a good win after the Laramie game,” head coach Kevin Rizer said. “South is getting better, and our boys played well.” The Broncs went into halftime leading 1-0. Read More

Johansson’s goals push Lady Broncs past Cheyenne South, 2-0

SHERIDAN — Cheyenne South’s keeper Kara Clarke could not stop Sheridan’s Marissa Johansson from scoring Saturday afternoon. Johansson lead the Lady Broncs to a win against Cheyenne South 2-0 at Big Horn High School. Within four minutes of the game’s start, Johansson scored the first goal of the day. The game was very physical on Read More

Lady Broncs take second place; Edeen earns top finishes in two races

SHERIDAN — Sheridan High School’s Gabby Edeen placed first in the 100-meter dash with a time of 13.18 seconds and the 200-meter dash with a time of 26.56 seconds during the Broncs Dan Hansen Invitational held at SHS on Saturday. Edeen also placed second in the 400-meter dash with a time of 1:01.89. Sheridan’s track Read More

BH athletes break school records

By Tanya Hamner The Sheridan Press SHERIDAN — Big Horn track and field athletes broke several school records Saturday at the Dan Hansen Invitational in Sheridan. Bailey Bard broke the school record for the 200-meter dash with a time of 26.81 seconds, placing third. Ashley Fox set the new school record in the 400-meter dash Read More

Bronc golfers shoot their lowest score of the season

April 25, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School boys golf team shot their lowest team score this season, winning the Powell tournament Friday with a score of 329. Gillette came in second with 343, Riverton third with 345, Lander fourth with 351 and Cody finished fifth with 372. Jack Mavrakis of Sheridan took home a second place Read More

Broncs loose 2-1 in hard fought battle

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan boys soccer team fell to Laramie on the road Friday night in double overtime. Reed Ritterbusch scored the team’s only goal, assisted by Dontae Crow, for a final score of 2-1 Plainsmen. It was a tale of two halves as Laramie scored midway through the first half against a sleepy Sheridan Read More

BH, TR golfers finish strong in Sundance

SHERIDAN — Tongue River High School and Big Horn High School boys and girls golf teams took a trip to Sundance yesterday as the Bulldogs hosted 18 holes. The boys tournament consisted of teams from Wright, Moorcroft, two teams from Sundance/Hulett, Big Horn, Tongue River and Midwest. The Rams took home a third-place finish with Read More

Lady Broncs hold off undefeated Laramie in extra play

SHERIDAN — No one in Wyoming has been able to stop the Lady Plainsmen until Friday night when the Lady Broncs kept the undefeated girls of Laramie from claiming another win. Sheridan High School lost to Laramie earlier this year with a score of 0-4. They trained hard and showed up prepared to secure a Read More

Local athletes compete in Special Olympics

SHERIDAN — Jared Amini opened the 2014 Special Olympics in Sheridan by announcing the teams and leading attendees in the Special Olympics creed. Emily Ericksen sang the national anthem during the ceremonies. Each team carried their banner around the gym as they were introduced, and following the ceremony they began their competitions. Special Olympics staff Read More

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