Sports

Big Horn Lady Rams take state in 300 hurdles and 4X100 relay

May 28, 2014

SHERIDAN — Big Horn High School’s Bailey Bard took state in the 2A division 300-meter hurdles with a time of 46.11 at the State Track and Field Championships in Casper this weekend. Bard broke the Big Horn High School record in the event. She also placed second in the 200-meter run at the meet. The Read More

Chadron High School star joins Sheridan College women’s basketball team

SHERIDAN — Peyton Hinn from Chadron, Nebraska, has signed her National Letter of Intent to join the Sheridan Generals women’s basketball team this fall. “Hinn is a tremendous shooter that can play both the point guard and shooting guard position,” head coach Frank McCarthy said. The 5-foot-8-inch guard averaged 12.5 points, 3.7 rebounds, 5.5 assists Read More

First hole-in-one of season at Powder Horn

SHERIDAN — Mike Nechvatal of Sheridan scored the first hole-in-one of the 2014 season at The Powderhorn on Saturday. Nechvatal used a pitching wedge on the sixth hole of the Eagle course, a 117-yard shot. The witness to the ace was Sandy Nechvatal.  

Tennis camp for youth and adults to be held in first week of June

SHERIDAN — Tennis weather has arrived, and the University of Wyoming will be holding a tennis camp in Sheridan June 2-6 at the SHS tennis courts. The camp is open to all boys and girls ages 7-18, no matter their skill level. The purpose of the camp is to provide youth with the opportunity to Read More

SHS track team has strong showing at state meet

SHERIDAN — Several Sheridan High School track and field athletes placed in the top eight in their respective events at the State Track and Field Championships in Casper over the weekend. Head coach Art Baures said the meet was a tremendous effort by all the athletes, especially since several state records and class records were Read More

Strengthen skills at summer basketball camps

May 27, 2014

SHERIDAN — Summer is here, and outdoor adventures have begun. While family vacations and part-time summer jobs can keep student athletes busy, it is a good idea to include basketball camp in that busy schedule in order to maintain and hone skills for the coming basketball season. Girls’ basketball camp will be held 9 a.m. Read More

Hard fought battle earns Lady Broncs second place

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Lady Broncs finished second at the Wyoming State High School Class 4A Girls Soccer Championships after playing against Cheyenne East and losing 1-6 in Rock Springs Saturday. Marissa Johansson scored the first goal for the Lady Broncs in the first half. The Lady Broncs were able to hold Cheyenne East to Read More

Jets fall short to Cardinals in double-header

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Jets fell to the Billings Cardinals 13-7 and 7-4 in a double-header at Thorne-Rider Park Stadium Saturday. The Jets played a better second game, leading in the fifth inning 4-2. Unfortunately, the Jets could not get any runs into home plate the sixth and seventh innings. “We had many improvements, especially Read More

Zdziarski wins bareback bronc riding event

SHERIDAN — Keeping his spurs above the bronc’s shoulders on the first jump is a skill that has been honed by Sheridan bronc rider Jeffery Zdziarski. It was that skill that helped Zdziarski win the bareback bronc riding events at the Sheridan High School Rodeo performances Sunday and Monday. The Sheridan High School rodeo team Read More

Lady Broncs pummel Gillette 3-0, head to title game

May 23, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Lady Broncs are championship bound at the 4A state soccer tournament, set to play today at 1:30 p.m. The Sheridan High School girls earned their ticket to the title matchup by defeating Gillette 3-0 on Friday afternoon in Rock Springs. Within the first 10 minutes of the game, Jamy Shassetz made an Read More

SHS tops Kelly Walsh in first round at state soccer

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Lady Broncs topped Kelly Walsh in the first round of the girls state soccer tournament Thursday in Rock Springs, winning 1-0. Kelly Walsh dominates on high balls and by halftime the Lady Broncs hadn’t taken their normal number of shots on goal. “You need to keep the high balls down and Read More

Two men shoot holes-in-one at Kendrick course this month

May 22, 2014

SHERIDAN — Tony Gillenwater shot a hole-in-one on May 12 at Kendrick Golf Course. His shot was on the 172-yard, par 3 12th hole using his 8-iron. Mike Groshart also shot a hole-in-one on the 12th hole at Kendrick. He shot his on May 16 using his Hybrid 4-22.

Get your boots on, it’s rodeo time

SHERIDAN — Time to get your boots out — the Sheridan High School rodeo team will host their only home competition of the season Sunday and Monday at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. According to rodeo team member Whitney Simmons, one of the best things about hosting a rodeo is the advantage of having support from Read More

Booster Club to support athletics upgrades at Sheridan High School

May 21, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School Booster Club voted last week to support funding for the renovation of locker rooms and the addition of a sports medicine facility at Sheridan High School. The Booster Club unanimously voted to commit $100,000 over the next three years. Funds will be raised through normal activity fundraisers, including their Read More

New plans for adult softball league

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Recreation District plans to mix things up a little bit for this year’s adult softball leagues. Registration for the leagues run through Friday, then a late fee of $25 will be charged through May 29. Teams can register online at sheridanrecreation.com or in person at Thorne-Rider Park. There will still be Read More

Sheridan golf teams finish fifth, third

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Broncs boys golf team finished their conference tournament in Laramie yesterday placing fifth with a 667. Kelly Walsh put in a strong showing Tuesday, going from fourth place on Monday to winning the tournament with a 618. Sheridan’s Jack Mavrakis finished fifth with a 150 and teammate Bailey Bonnet shot a Read More

Lady Generals sign standout athlete from Cheyenne East

May 20, 2014

SHERIDAN — Cheyenne East 6-foot forward Shayne Carter has signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her basketball career and education at Sheridan College this fall. Carter came back from some injuries in the first half of the season and carried the Cheyenne Thunderbirds to the state championship game against Natrona. “Carter is a Read More

Sheridan Broncs golf team in day two at conference

SHERIDAN — Sheridan High School’s golf team had a strong start at conference Monday in Laramie. So far, Cheyenne Central is leading the tournament for the boys side with a 298. Sheridan is sitting sixth with a 329. Sheridan’s Jack Mavrakis is sitting in seventh place with a 75, only six strokes away from first Read More

Josh Adeyeye signs with Jacksonville University

SHERIDAN — Sheridan College Generals sophomore Josh Adeyeye has signed his National Letter of Intent to continue his career at NCAA Division 1 Jacksonville University (Florida) of the Atlantic Sun Conference. Adeyeye transferred in this past season from Washington Adventist (Washington, D.C.) and was an integral part of the Generals season. “I have no doubt Read More

SHS girls soccer finishes fourth

May 19, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Lady Broncs took fourth at regionals in Gillette on Saturday, earning the spot in a tough loss to the Laramie Plainsmen 0-2. “We had some players that were banged up and that did not help us in the game,” SHS coach Mallery Marshall said. “Laramie came out strong and we just Read More

Big Horn girls golf takes conference championship

SHERIDAN — After two hard days of competition, Big Horn’s girls golf team took the conference championship at Evanston on Saturday and took second in the region, finishing with a 626 behind Lusk. “The girls had an awesome finish,” Big Horn golf coach Mila Stender said. Kaleigh Anderson finished second in both conference and regionals Read More

BH girls take first at track regionals

SHERIDAN — Headed into the second day 51 points behind first place with five events left, the Big Horn girls track and field team pulled it together to take first at regionals in Torrington over the weekend. “I had a pretty good idea that we had a good chance to win,” Big Horn coach Kirk Read More

Sheridan athletes earn All-Conference honors

SHERIDAN — Sheridan’s Aaron Campbell, Maddy McClure, Gabby Edeen and Shayla Christensen earned All-Conference honors at the regional track meet in Cheyenne this past weekend. Campbell placed first in high jump with a distance of 6 feet, 1 inch. McClure placed first in the 800-meter run with a time of 2:27.43. “Maddy McClure was a Read More

Jets earn first win over Billings Angels

SHERIDAN — The Jets earned their first win of the season Saturday, defeating the Billings Angels 5-4 at Thorne-Rider Park Stadium. Jeff Shanor and Andrew Ratty both had two RBIs for the Jets. Davis Alden and Shanor both had runs for the Jets. “We got a good win today against Billings,” Jets coach Ryan Murner Read More

Lady Broncs fall at regionals, will play for third place Sat.

May 16, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Lady Broncs lost, 3-1, to Cheyenne East in the 4A East Regionals at Gillette on Friday. The Lady Broncs had several opportunities to score in the first half, but hit the post twice. The lone Lady Bronc score came from Marissa Johansson, who took advantage of a penalty kick in the Read More

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