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Sheridan hosting Babe Ruth 14 State Championship

July 19, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County Babe Ruth Baseball organization is the host for this weekend’s Babe Ruth 14 State Championship Games. Games began late yesterday afternoon and continue through Saturday morning. Casper, Douglas and Riverton will compete along with Sheridan, who brings a 14-year-old team that won state last year as 13 year olds. There Read More

Friday sports briefs: Black Powder shootout

Kadera named Laramie  High School wrestling coach SHERIDAN — Former University of Wyoming wrestler and Sheridan graduate Mikah Kadera has accepted the head wrestling coach job at Laramie High School. Kadera wrestled for UW from 2007-2010, then transferred to Chadron State where he wrestled for two more years.  An All-State wrestler for SHS, he graduated in Read More

NHSFR update: Burnell, Zdziarski both 4th after one round

July 18, 2013

SHERIDAN — Jeffery Zdziarski and Bryce Burnell enter their second rides tonight and Friday after finishing high on the leaderboard to start their National High School Finals Rodeo. Zdziarski’s 72-point bareback ride held up as tied for fourth-best after the first round completed yesterday. The SHS incoming senior will get his second ride during Friday Read More

Little Leaguers at District 2 tournament in Torrington

SHERIDAN — Sheridan Little League Baseball has two teams playing this week in Torrington at the Little League District 2 Tournament. The Sheridan Majors beat the Gillette All-Stars 10-5 yesterday, coming back from a 3-0 deficit after the fourth inning. Sheridan has the No. 1 seed in their pool and plays Torrington at 4 p.m. today. Read More

SC women’s soccer, volleyball camps next week

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College soccer program and volleyball program will hold camps for local youth players before opening play this fall. The women’s soccer program, led by coach Stefan Skillman, will hold two camps — July 27 and 28, and Aug. 1-3 — both for high school aged girls. Cost is $100 per session and Read More

Wyoming’s Herron named to Biletnikoff Award Watch List

LARAMIE (AP) — The Tallahassee Quarterback Club Foundation, Inc., released its 2013 Biletnikoff Award watch list on Tuesday, and Wyoming wide receiver Robert Herron made the cut. One previous Wyoming Cowboy has won the award — given to the country’s premier receiver — Marcus Harris in 1996. Herron, a senior, starred in 2012 despite missing Read More

ROOT SPORTS to televise 5 Wyoming football games

LARAMIE (AP) — ROOT SPORTS will televise five Wyoming football games this fall. The five Wyoming games will be featured as part of a 10-game Mountain West Conference football package on the network this year. This next season marks ROOT SPORTS’ inaugural season as the official regional television partner of the Mountain West. UW’s home Read More

Lindell returns to Wyoming, signs with Cowboys

July 17, 2013

SHERIDAN — Cameron Lindell is back to golfing in Wyoming. After two years at Tyler Junior College in Tyler, Texas, University of Wyoming golf coach Joe Jensen announced Lindell’s signing late Tuesday. “Cameron was a good player coming out of high school, but he really took advantage of playing at the junior college level,” Jensen said in a Read More

Drillers too much for Jets

SHERIDAN — Despite some good pitching early by the Jets, the Casper Drillers were too much for Sheridan Tuesday. Sheridan was upended by scores of 14-4 and 13-4 on a late night at Thorne-Rider Stadium. In game two, pitcher Tyler Stauffer ran through the first few innings with relative ease before a five-run fifth ended Read More

Two Sheridan County cowboys register good rides to start HSNFR

July 16, 2013

SHERIDAN — Jeffrey Zdziarski  and Bryce Burnell are each sitting in third place in their respective events at the High School National Finals Rodeo in Rock Springs. Zdziarksi registered a 72-point bareback ride Monday night at the Sweetwater Events Complex, behind a top score of 76 last night. Of the 16 registered scores from the Read More

Sports briefs: Hershey’s Track, softball

July 17, 2013

Trentacosti selected for North American final in Hershey Track From Staff Reports SHERIDAN — A 12-year-old from Sheridan will compete in the 100-meter dash at the Hershey’s Track and Field North American Final. Tyler Trentacosti plans to run in the youth track national final event, set for Aug. 3 in Hershey, Penn. The Hersey’s Track program Read More

Troopers solid in Laramie sweep

July 16, 2013

SHERIDAN — For the 2013 Sheridan Troopers, there have been times this season when last year’s record-breaking year has seemed more than a distant memory. Monday night’s two-game sweep of the Laramie Rangers helped. A nomadic team in 2013, which before last night had played all but eight games on the road, Sheridan (19-20) brought the Read More

Payout up for thrilling edition of Sheridan’s summer classic

July 15, 2013

SHERIDAN — Riding Saturday night at the Sheridan-Wyo-Rodeo is a rush for any cowboy or cowgirl who loves a packed grandstand of avid rodeo-goers who will whoop and holler until that last bull has stamped its way out of the arena. For a local kid, that Saturday night Sheridan-Wyo-Rodeo ride is a dream come true. Read More

Troopers return home after good Billings tourney

SHERIDAN — After a slow start, the Sheridan Troopers finished 3-1 at a weekend tournament in Billings. Sheridan lost 7-0 to Jackson Thursday, and on Friday, the Troopers defeated the Billings Halos 7-4 behind a strong pitching performance by Skyler Holwell. He went five innings scattering eight hits and striking out eight while allowing just Read More

Third Sheridan-Wyo-Rodeo performance ends with another 89-point bull ride

July 13, 2013

SHERIDAN — As it goes, the rodeos in Sheridan are thought to get better and better leading to Saturday night’s finale. Friday did just fine in living up to its many potential exhilarations, setting the stage for one heck of a climax to the 83rd Sheridan-Wyo-Rodeo tonight. After Cole Echols of Elm Grove, La., excited Read More

83rd Sheridan-Wyo-Rodeo: Plenty of spills, thrills and leaderboard changes on second night

July 12, 2013

SHERIDAN — What started as an overcast and muggy afternoon quickly transformed into cool summer evening as the second night of Sheridan-Wyo-Rodeo performances saw plenty of action, a few spills and more than its fair share of impressive handling from cowboys and cowgirls alike. On Patriot Night at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds, the evening began Read More

Troopers drop 7-0 game with Jackson to start Billings tournament

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Troopers have dropped their last three games on the road after losing the opening contest of a Billings tournament, 7-0, to the Jackson Giants Thursday. Jackson scored five in the first and two in the second, but game was a defensive battle after that. Sheridan managed four hits to Jackson’s five, Read More

Star-studded rough stock competition highlights first performance

July 11, 2013

SHERIDAN — When announcer Will Rasmussen sells a night’s Sheridan-Wyo-Rodeo performance as featuring nine Top-20 ranked bareback riders, it’s probably best to listen to him. The first performance of the “Wyo” featured plenty of one-upping in the rough stock competition and a thoroughly entertaining and competitive three-plus hour rodeo event as a whole. Through one Read More

Cowboy football 2013 home games start in early afternoon

LARAMIE (AP) — All six of Wyoming’s home football games next season are scheduled for early afternoon kickoffs. The Mountain West Conference on Wednesday announced game times for most of its 2013 games. The Cowboys’ home opener versus Idaho on Sept. 7 and its home game versus Northern Colorado on Sept. 14 are both set Read More

Coup Counters takes top first night Indian Relay time

SHERIDAN — The 83rd edition of the Sheridan-Wyo-Rodeo busted out of the chutes in the best way it knows how Wednesday night. The editorializing of the announcer, fans unable to hold their seats right after they found them and the general chaos in front of the grandstands is what characterizes the World Champion Indian Relay Read More

Jets Walters tosses no-hitter Billings

July 10, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Jets started slow, but were picked up by a Kendall Walters no-hitter that led to an 8-0 win in their second game Tuesday in Billings. After dropping the first game of a doubleheader, 9-1, to the non-legion affiliated traveling team, the Billings Regulators, the Jets showed consistency at the plate in the Read More

7th Chris LeDoux Memorial tournament results

SHERIDAN — The seventh annual Chris LeDoux Memorial Spikes and Spurs golf tournament was held Saturday at the Powder Horn. Results below: First Flight 1. Dan Overton, Ryan Little, Mike Coulter, Matt Ebzery—56.5 2. Richie Bratton, Seth Richendifer, Ryan Jry, Erick, Canyon—56.6 Second Flight 1. Randy Hyder, Geoff Scott, Rich Sweeney, Nick Sweeney—57.6 2. Jason Humble, Bob Read More

Rodeo kicks off with slack at Fairgrounds

July 9, 2013

PHOTO: Roger Branch of Perkins, Okla., chases down a steer during slack Tuesday morning at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds on the first day of competition for 2013 Sheridan-Wyo-Rodeo week. Slack continues all week, beginning at 9 a.m. each day, with the first of the four nightly performances set for 7 p.m. Wednesday. Performances are set to Read More

Wyoming Coaches Association names 2013 All-Stars

SHERIDAN — The Wyoming Coaches Association has announced its 2014 All-Star rosters. Games are played in conjunction with the WCA annual coaching clinic, Hall of Fame banquet and All-Star week. Sports featured at the event included golf, volleyball, and girls and boys basketball. From Sheridan County, Matthew Wigglesworth (Big Horn) was selected on the North Boys Basketball Read More

Former Big Horn student Johnson signs with Loyola basketball

SHERIDAN — A former Big Horn High School student Cody Johnson has signed to play for Loyola University basketball in Chicago. Johnson, who played at Western Nebraska University in Scottsbluff, Neb., last year where he averaged 13 points and eight rebounds, will have three remaining years of eligibility at the school, one of the Missouri Valley Read More

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