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SHS boys soccer games moved to Big Horn

April 30, 2015

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School boys soccer games against Laramie Saturday have been moved to Big Horn High School. The Sheridan Junior High School track team is hosting a meet at Scott Field, so SHS decided to move both the junior varsity and varsity soccer games to the field at Big Horn. The varsity Read More

Freshman Lady Bronc leading team to title

SHERIDAN — “Offense wins games, defense wins championships,” former college football coach Bear Bryant said. The Sheridan High School girls soccer team got a taste of a state championship last year. They took down top-seeded Kelly Walsh and then rival Gillette to earn a berth in the 4A state title game. Sheridan shut out both Read More

Local athletes head to Wyoming Track Classic Friday

SHERIDAN — Big Horn High School and Sheridan High School’s top track athletes will have a chance to test themselves against the state’s best Friday at the Wyoming Track Classic. Ten Broncs and two Rams will travel to Kelly Walsh for the meet that pits the top-eight sprinters and the top-10 distance and field athletes Read More

This week in sports: April 30 through May 3

Sheridan Broncs FRIDAY Girls Soccer at South, 6 p.m Boys Soccer vs. South, 6 p.m. Track & Field at Wyoming Classic (Kelly Walsh), 4 p.m. Golf at Casper Invite SATURDAY Girls Soccer at Laramie, noon Boys Soccer vs. Laramie, 10 a.m. at Big Horn High School Track & Field at Kelly Walsh Invite, 9 a.m. Read More

Column: Glimmer of hope

April 29, 2015

Amidst the turmoil in Baltimore and the devastation in Nepal, we got a glimmer of hope on Friday. “For all intents and purposes, I am a woman.” That’s what former Olympic gold medalist Bruce Jenner told Diane Sawyer in a very candid and personal interview on ABC’s 20/20 Friday evening. At first, I wasn’t sure Read More

Taking advantage of warm weather

Colton Williams catches as Sheridan Jets and Troopers pitchers warm up Tuesday at Thorne-Rider Stadium.

Double perfection

Gillette’s Tabetha Duvall, left, and Casper’s Mandy Irwin set a couple of records at the 69th annual women’s state bowling tournament Sunday at Cloud Peak Lanes. Irwin became the first woman in the state tournament’s history to bowl a 300 game and only the second in Cloud Peak Lanes history. She also set a record Read More

Everest update: Rogers tells Press is he OK

April 28, 2015

SHERIDAN — After four days of no communication during avalanches on Mount Everest, Sheridan’s Darren Rogers notified the Press via email that he is doing OK. “The last few days have been exciting, to say the least,” Rogers said in the email. A massive earthquake hit Nepal Saturday, resulting in devastating damage to the city Read More

Fieldgrove signs to play hoops in Colorado

Sheridan High School senior Jennae Fieldgrove, center, is joined by her mother, Mary Jane Fieldgrove, left, and Sheridan head coach Jessica Pickett, as she signs to play basketball at Northeastern Junior College in Sterling, Colorado. Fieldgrove averaged 7.0 points and 3.9 rebounds a game last season for the Lady Broncs.

This week in sports: April 28 through May 3

Sheridan Broncs FRIDAY Girls Soccer at South, 6 p.m Boys Soccer vs. South, 6 p.m. Track & Field at Wyoming Classic (Kelly Walsh), 4 p.m. Golf at Casper Invite SATURDAY Girls Soccer at Laramie, noon Boys Soccer vs. Laramie, noon Track & Field at Kelly Walsh Invite, 9 a.m. Tennis at Natrona County Duals   Read More

Arvada-Clearmont Track & Field results

2015 Kaycee Twilight Invite Kaycee High School Final Results – Top 8 Finishers Boys 3200-meter run Levi Bircher 12:11.08 Boys shot put Riley Malli 33-feet, 10.5-inches Andrew Coleman 32-feet, 2-inches Girls shot put Karina Svalina 24-feet, 10-inches Boys discus Andrew Coleman 96-feet, 9-inches Riley Malli 93-feet, 2-inches Girls discus Karina Svalina 72-feet, 3.5-inches Boys 4×100-meter Read More

2 local residents play in national championships

Two Sheridan hockey players played with the Team Wyoming U14 bantam hockey team last month at the USA Hockey National Championships in Salt Lake City, Utah. Samuel Boyles and Jack Chase joined 14 other Wyoming hockey players in Utah, where they finished the weekend 2-1. It was Team Wyoming’s best showing at the national tournament. Read More

Local tracksters battle at Sheridan High School

April 27, 2015

SHERIDAN — It was cold, it was windy, and every so often it was rainy, but the Dan Hansen Invitational track meet marched on at Sheridan High School on Saturday. Twelve varsity teams competed in the meet that saw Campbell County High School take the crown for both boys and girls divisions. Sheridan High School Read More

Lady Broncs hand Buffalo 5-0 loss

April 24, 2015

BUFFALO — It was hardly a contest for the Sheridan Lady Broncs Friday night as they handed a 5-0 loss to 3A Buffalo on their home field. Sheridan has won its past five games. The Lady Broncs had several missed opportunities early in the game. Despite controlling the field, Sheridan failed to convert on three Read More

SHS golf teams fare well at Powell Invite

SHERIDAN— The Sheridan girls golf team took first place at the Powell Invite Friday, taking down 3A state champions Cody. The Lady Broncs shot a 253 as a team, besting their season-best 267, which they shot in Buffalo. Cody beat Sheridan at the Buffalo Invite, but coach Larry Martoglio’s girls were able to top Cody Read More

Broncs beat Bison 3-0

BUFFALO — The storm that hit Buffalo at 7 p.m. Friday was not nearly as fierce as the carnage that took place on the soccer field at Buffalo High School. The Sheridan Broncs dismantled the Buffalo Bison 3-0 in a non-conference matchup. The Broncs came ready to play from the opening whistle. Riley Sessions put Read More

Big Horn’s Jamie Kitterman wins Kaycee Invite

BIG HORN — Big Horn’s Jamie Kitterman shot a 93 to win the Kaycee Invite golf tournament Friday, but it was a tough outing for many of the other Big Horn and Tongue River golfers. Ian Ostler was the top boy for Tongue River, finishing seventh and leading the Eagles to a second-place team finish. Read More

Lady Broncs to host donkey basketball at SHS

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School girls basketball team is putting together a donkey basketball game to raise money for summer camps. The game will be played on May 5 at 7 p.m. at Sheridan High School. There will be four teams: a police officer team, an SHS FFA team, an SHS athletes team and Read More

SHS athlete Ryan commits to Arizona State

April 23, 2015

SHERIDAN — Sheridan High School and Wyoming standout girls basketball recruit, Robbi Ryan, took the next step in her career yesterday, making a verbal commitment to play for Arizona State University. “I couldn’t be happier to announce that I’ve verbally committed to play basketball at Arizona State University! #sundevilnation,” Ryan tweeted Wednesday evening. Ryan, a Read More

Special Olympics athletes compete

Chloe Laumann, 13, of Sheridan, center, competes in the 50-meter dash at the Special Olympics in Sheridan last weekend. She came in second and won the silver medal.

SC women’s soccer signs recruit

SHERIDAN — Sheridan College head women’s soccer coach Stefan Skillman has announced the addition of Destiny Lalaguna to the Generals’ 2015 recruiting class. Lalaguna played outside back and winger for Longmont (Colorado) High School and her club team, Broomfield Blast. “We are excited to have Destiny play for us next year,” Skillman said. “She has Read More

Cloud Peak Lanes hosts 300 game

SHERIDAN — Bobby Watkins bowled a 300 game in the Cloud Peak League Tuesday. Watkins’ 300 gave him the high game score for the week and also helped him record the high series score of 766. The high team game went to Atlantic Roofing with a 1,214. Atlantic Roofing also had the high team series Read More

Column: Dethroning the King

April 22, 2015

Well, we’re officially into the NBA Playoffs, as of Saturday. Despite the NBA season lasting 82 games, it feels like just yesterday I was writing my 2015 NBA season preview. That was all the way back in October. Let’s take a look at how I did — not good — and dish out some postseason Read More

SHS track hosts first home meet of season

SHERIDAN — There were plenty of highs and lows Tuesday as the Sheridan High School track and field team hosted its first meet of the season, the Gary Benson Memorial Invite. The Broncs got to see some of the best competition in the state, as well as some tough competitors from Billings, as Gillette, Kelly Read More

SHS tennis has mixed results over weekend

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School tennis team continued its spring season with a trip to Hardin, Montana, over the weekend and had mixed results. The boys lost two matches and tied one, but got some decent outings from their top singles players. Quinton Suska won two of three matches at one singles, defeating Dawson’s Read More

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