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Chasing the saddle from one rodeo to another

April 11, 2014

SHERIDAN — The buckles sitting on the shelf and the saddles placed in the corner of the living room are done gathering winter dust because the countdown to high school spring rodeo ends today. For most contestants, rodeo is a dream passed down for generations: Their great grandpa was a four-time world champion; their dad Read More

Cowboys to host Utah State on ESPN2

LARAMIE — ESPN2 will travel to Laramie on Friday, Nov. 7 for a national telecast of the Wyoming Cowboys and Utah State Aggies in a game scheduled to kick off at 6 p.m., Mountain Time from Wyoming’s Jonah Field at War Memorial Stadium. The nationally-televised Friday night game between the Cowboys and Aggies will revive Read More

Griffin signs to play basketball for Sheridan

April 10, 2014

SHERIDAN — Denver East high school senior Jevon Griffin will take his basketball abilities to Sheridan College this fall. Griffin signed a national letter of intent to play for the Generals. The college made the signing official April 8. Griffin is the first player Sheridan Generals head coach Steve Smiley has signed to his program Read More

Sheridan Young Guns host USA wrestling

SHERIDAN — Saturday and Sunday Sheridan Young Guns will have a shootout at the Sheridan Junior High School beginning at 9 a.m. Wrestling divisions for the shootout are: PeeWee, Bantam, Intermediate, Novice, Schoolboy/girl and Cadet. Saturday will be a Folkstyle tournament and Greco-Roman tournament. Sunday will be a Freestyle tournament. Cost to spectators is $2 Read More

Sheridan to host 65 volleyball teams

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Volleyball Club will host their first Weston Johnson Memorial Invite April 26 beginning at 8 a.m. Sheridan volleyball media relations coordinator Jennifer Destefano said an expected 65 teams will compete. Among those 65, eight are from Sheridan. A portion of the proceeds from the tournament will go directly to the Never Read More

High school golf teams hit the links

April 9, 2014

SHERIDAN — Sheridan County has a striking group of golfers with all three schools — Big Horn, Tongue River and Sheridan — returning several talented athletes to the courses this year. Some of the key athletes who will help their team’s succeed are Kylee Knobloch, Brock Donston, Casey Caywood and Dylan Patterson of Tongue River. Read More

Covill joins Sheridan College soccer team

SHERIDAN — Carly Covill of Pinedale will join the Sheridan College women’s soccer team next fall. Lady Generals head coach Stefan Skillman said she could fill several positions for the team. “I grew up to love soccer,” Covill said. “I want to show people that even though I am from a small town I can Read More

Sheridan runners take top spots at Little Bighorn Battlefield race

SHERIDAN — Five local runners won their respective age divisions in the Little Bighorn Run – 10 Mile Challenge on Saturday at the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument in Crow Agency, Mont. The course was 10.4 miles and started at the Visitor Center, following the park tour road out to Reno-Benteen Battle site and back. Read More

Golf courses open for play

SHERIDAN — The birds are chirping, the snow is melting and the grass is turning green — it must be golf season. Kendrick golf course opened up Saturday and Monday they opened up to golf carts. Course managers said the golf course wintered well. The Powder Horn and Hidden Bridge will open up today to Read More

Sheridan College rodeo team takes first over weekend

April 8, 2014

SHERIDAN — Sophomore Taygen Schuelke led the Sheridan College rodeo team to a team title at the rodeo hosted by Eastern Wyoming College this past weekend. The men’s team won with 670 points outscoring their opponents by 230 points. In the region they are sitting in third place. “We had numerous athletes that were just Read More

SC hosts spring tourney

April 7, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College Lady Generals ended their first spring tournament Sunday after playing three matches. “I had some people step up that are usually more timid,” head coach Jennifer Stadler said of her team’s performance. During the scrimmage the other teams adjusted to the Generals quick outside. “This was a good practice for Read More

Big Horn track has a good showing at Gillette

SHERIDAN — The Big Horn High School track team had a good showing at the Susan Windham Memorial Invitational track meet in Gillette Saturday. “Bailey improved her times from last week,” head track coach Kirk McLaughlin said f Bailey Bard. “Bailey works hard at every practice and will continue to improve every week.” Bard led Read More

Broncs tie for first; Mavrakis wins tournament

April 4, 2014

SHERIDAN — Sheridan and Big Horn High School boys and girls golf teams traveled over the Bighorns to the Worland Invite for their first golf tournament of the season Friday. SHS Golf Coach Larry Martoglio said the weather was mild and the golf was good for the athletes’ first meet. “The expectations were to have Read More

TR girls place first at Basin-Riverside track and field tournament Friday

SHERIDAN — Tongue River High School track teams pounded the pavement and the sand in a seven-team tournament at Basin-Riverside, coming out with a first place win for the girls and a third place finish for the boys team. The Lady Eagles had an overall team score of 126, and the Eagles racked up a Read More

Lady Broncs shut out the Camels 4-0 in Gillette

GILLETTE — Coming off of a tough weekend, the Sheridan Lady Broncs soccer team came back from a loss and beat their rival team, the Gillette Lady Camels, in a hard-earned 4-0 shutout. It took Emily Julian a mere 25 minutes to notch her first goal in a Bronc uniform. Throughout the game, the Lady Read More

Broncs battle ends in scoreless tie against Gillette

GILLETTE — After the SHS boys soccer team suffered a tough loss against defending state champions Laramie Plainsmen last weekend, they were eager to show how good of team they are Friday in Gillette. While the matchup ended in a 0-0 tie between the Camels and the Broncs, there was solace knowing that the Camels Read More

SHS boys, girls track teams take second in Worland

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School track and field team had a good showing at the D&D invite on Thursday with several finishes in the top five and both boys and girls teams placed second overall. The boys finished second with 153 points and the girls had 125.5 points giving Sheridan an overall second place Read More

Two local athletes sign to rodeo at next level

SHERIDAN — Following their dreams, Jeffery Zdziarski and Brandt Ross of Sheridan High School have signed on to continue rodeo at the collegiate level. Zdziarski will be joining Gillette’s College rodeo team and Ross will join Montana State University’s rodeo team. “I really like the coach at MSU,” Ross said. “Overall the whole place was Read More

Sheridan Generals volleyball host their spring tournament this weekend

April 3, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College women’s volleyball team will make its first appearance of the spring season Sunday as the Lady Generals face the Casper Thunderbirds. The Lady Generals will play three matches during the one-day tournament, taking on the Thunderbirds at 9 a.m., Black Hills State University Yellow Jackets at 11 a.m, and the Read More

Butcher joins Sheridan College rodeo team

SHERIDAN — Kane Butcher from Laramie High School will join the Sheridan College rodeo team this fall. Butcher has been competing for the Laramie High School rodeo team in steer wrestling, team roping and tie down calf roping. He has qualified for the national high school rodeo finals the past two years. Butcher will be Read More

Troopers take to the cages

April 2, 2014

SHERIDAN — Troopers Coach Ben Phillips said that despite fielding what will likely be a young team this year, he believes Sheridan’s baseball team has the opportunity to succeed. “This year looks pretty positive,” head coach Ben Phillips said. “We have some kids coming back from last year, but also have a lot of new Read More

Webb Wright registrations now open

SHERIDAN — Webb Wright Baseball registrations are currently open for the current first-graders through sixth-graders. Registration will close on April 18. The cost for Peewees (current first- or second-graders) is $30. The cost for Intermediate teams (third- and fourth-graders) is $35 and the cost for the Minors (current fifth- or sixth-graders) is $40. Minors will Read More

Former Story resident honored at Stanford University golf tourney

SHERIDAN — On March 27, Stanford University changed the name of their golf tournament name to “The Goodwin” in honor of Wally Goodwin a former golf coach, former Story resident and the recruit for one of Sheridan’s best-known golfers — Jim Benepe. “It was such a great honor for me,” Goodwin said Tuesday. “Not many Read More

Sheridan Generals rodeo team competes at CSU

April 1, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College Rodeo team competed at Colorado State University over the weekend. The men’s team placed third with 375 points and the women’s team placed fifth with 70 points. In saddle bronc riding the Generals had back-to-back placers, with Zeke Thurston placing second with 131 points and Dillon Barkshire placing third with Read More

Tongue River athletes take first in several events at Greybull

DAYTON — Tongue River track competed at the Bill Gerrard track meet in Greybull this past weekend. “The weather was great,” head coach Chuck Walters said. “The meet was very small, but it was great nonetheless for us to be able to get times and distance in.” Tongue River’s Miciah Huff placed first in the Read More

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