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Powder Horn Men’s League winners

July 2, 2013

SHERIDAN – The Powder Horn announced the Thursday Night Men’s League team and individual winners. The team of Matt Ebzery, Tyler Johnson, Frank Barking, Bill DeLapp, Jerry Saunders, Steve Ruby, Bill Pettit and Greg Von Krosigk won the event with 232 points. The second place team was Mark Isakson, Bill Arno, Doug Dewald, Josh Gardiner, Read More

Troop 2-3 at Black Hills Classic; home Tuesday

July 1, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Troopers finished with two losses and a win at the Black Hills Classic over the weekend. Sheridan (11-15) fell 13-2 to Watertown, S.D. Saturday morning at the tournament in Rapid City after starting 1-1 in their games Friday. Drew Adriaens was a bright spot offensively for Sheridan. He had two hits, including a Read More

Jets finish strong against Regulators

SHERIDAN — The Jets just missed a two-game sweep Saturday afternoon. Sheridan fell 7-6 to the Billings Regulators, later winning 14-4 to earn the doubleheader split. Sheridan scored four runs in the first inning and ran away with game two, scoring at least one run in each frame. Tyler Stauffer and Max Lube each had Read More

Back from injury, UW’s Harris leads by example

June 28, 2013

LARAMIE (AP) — Devyn Harris won’t tell you, but you can see how much this means to him. At 8:35 a.m. Monday morning, his team is running. Inside the Indoor Practice Facility in Laramie, coaches bark orders and waves of Cowboys flow past them, running from one end of the field to the other. In Read More

Troopers start well at Black Hills Classic

SHERIDAN — After a rough outing in their most recent game, the Sheridan Troopers had a couple of encouraging games to get back on track Friday. Despite a close 4-3 loss to Rapid City 320 to begin the Black Hills Classic Friday morning in Rapid City, S.D., the Troop whipped up on a team from Read More

Fun with baseball for America’s special day

Things that are American: Yellowstone, buffet lines, the Marines, bacon, winning and Wyoming. Wyoming is American times two because it has cowboys, which are also Americana at its finest. If we could get a cowboy-themed baseball league going here in Wyoming I think they might consider giving us another star on Old Glory. (Except, Obama) Read More

Gillette Riders handle Jets; Baseball weekend schedule

June 27, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Jets lost two games to the Gillette Riders Wednesday on the road. Sheridan (9-20) dropped the first game 10-6, then falling 8-2 in the night cap. “We had a lot of let downs today,” head coach Ryan Murner said. “In both games we had leads only to give it right back to Gillette Read More

NJHFR Sheridan County First Round Results

SHERIDAN — The first round of the National Junior High Finals Rodeo in Gallup, N.M. is complete. The second round began last night, with Wyoming sitting in 24th place in state team points standings. Action continues through Saturday night. Follow results here. First Round Gallup, N.M. First Round Sheridan County Results Pole Bending 68. Shyanna Cahoy, Sheridan, Wyo., 22.512; Read More

Cowboys unveil 2013-14 non-conference hoops schedule

SHERIDAN — The Wyoming Cowboys Basketball team released its non-conference schedule Wednesday, a tilt that includes games with Ohio State, Southern Methodist University and Colorado. Wyoming began last season 13-0, unbeaten through the non-confernce portion of their schedule, before faltering during Mountain West Conference league play and finishing their 2012-13 campgain with a College Basketball Invitational appearance. Read More

Cowgirls to play in Sheridan Nov. 8

SHERIDAN — The Wyoming Cowgirls basketball team will play a non-conference game in Sheridan this fall. Wyoming, with four players on its 2013-14 roster with connections to Sheridan County, will play Montana-State Northern Nov. 8 at the Sheridan College Golden Dome. “The outreach game in Sheridan will allow the fans in northern Wyoming a chance Read More

Youth swim club sees participation swell

June 26, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Swim Team has taken a page out of the Bronc football book in terms of year-round workouts. Sheridan High School aquatics director and head swim coach Brent Moore and assistant coach Jory Turk are building a swim community with intensive youth involvement in their sport by way of the SST club. The Read More

Tyser, Gardner among notable 2012-13 UW scholar-athletes

From Wyoming athletics SHERIDAN — Aaron Tyser is the first University of Wyoming Basketball player ever to win the Mountain West Conference Scholar-Athlete Award. The former Sheridan College General Tyser, an elementary education major at UW, was part of the largest ever class of MWC Scholar-Athletes, 623, in 2012-13. Also among the class was 2008 Sheridan Read More

Sheridan College volleyball adds BHSU transfer Jordan

SHERIDAN — Sheridan College has added another volleyball recruit. Head coach Jennifer Weitzel announced last week that Jenna Jordan will transfer from NCAA Dvision II Black Hills State University to join the Lady Generals this fall. “We are ecstatic to have Jenna joining our program,” Weitzel said. “She brings a ton of experience at a high level Read More

Fenn wins Governor’s Cup

June 25, 2013

PHOTO: Julia Fenn returns a volley against Regan Hendricks during the No. 1 singles championship match of the Wyoming Governor’s Cup on Sunday at the Cheyenne Country Club. Fenn defeated Hendricks 7-5, 6-2. Fenn is an incoming Sheridan High School sophomore, and she returns to the court for the Lady Broncs this fall after she Read More

Lovell’s Collins, Laramie’s Legerski named 2013 Milward Simpson winners

June 24, 2013

SHERIDAN — Dino Collins of Lovell and Madison Legerski of Laramie were named 2013 Milward Simpson Award winners over the weekend. Girls finalists included Sheridan’s Hailey Ligocki as well as Lexi Erickson (Star Valley), Shanda Post (Lander) and Kassidy Scott (Douglas). The award, remembering Wyoming Governor, United States Senator and multi-sport athlete Milward Simpson, is Read More

Troop idle; Jets go 2-3 in Rapid City

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Jets finished their Rapid City tournament with a win Sunday. They beat the Rapid City Bullets 8-5 to finish 3-2 in the RC22 Big Stick Tourney that began Thursday. “We ended the tournament on a good note,” head coach Ryan Murner said. “I thought we competed well, forced the Bullets to make Read More

Motivation personified: ‘Bighorn Grand Slam’

June 21, 2013

SHERIDAN — Don’t tell her family, but Marta Ostler would run the 100-mile race again in a heartbeat. Fifth in the women’s results and third in her age division, she finished the ultramarathon at the 21st Annual Bighorn Trail Wild and Scenic Trail Run in 28 hours and 59 minutes last weekend, making her one Read More

Morin, Rotellini among UW track signees

From Wyoming Athletics LARAMIE—Wyoming track and field coach Bryan Berryhill announced Friday afternoon the addition of 16 student-athletes to his roster for the 2013-14 season. The 16 newcomers are Katelyn Davis (Colorado Springs, Colo.), Danielle Alexander (Cheyenne), Shana Wilcoxson (Burns), Logan Yurek (Cheyenne), Rachelle Leseberg (Dubois), Sidney Merrill (Akron, Colo.), Robert Wingeleth (Lyman), Ryan Rogers Read More

Column: Tebow, LeBron are silly opposites

Something written about sports columns on ESPN’s Grantland caught my eye this week. I try to fight the stigma that I work in an antiquated industry, in newspaper, that my job is in fact one of an old-fashioned, dying breed. Depressing stuff just talking about it. It’s not easy. I like the Internet, it’s a Read More

Jets fall in first game of Rapid City Big Stick Tourney

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Jets nearly upended a Colorado U16 team to begin their Rapid City tournament Thursday afternoon. Max Lube was two for three with two RBIs in the Jets first game 8-6 loss at the Rapid City Big Stick Tourney. “I thought we competed well today,” head coach Ryan Murner said. He had Read More

Troopers rough night ends in 15-10 loss to Billings Halos

SHERIDAN — For the first time in a more than a month the Sheridan Troopers played at home. Their recent struggles continued. A sloppy start resulted in too many runs to make up, and despite some garbage time scoring, Sheridan fell 15-10 to the Billings Halos Thursday night. Head coach Ben Phillips took a candid Read More

Sheridan Recreation District plans Thorne-Rider tennis court repairs

June 20, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Recreation District plans to resurface the tennis courts at Thorne-Rider Park this summer. The project carries a cost of approximately $23,000, according to the low-bid from Evergreen Tennis out of Colorado. Rec. district director Richard Wright said Wednesday at the SRD regular board meeting that he has spoken with the Sheridan Read More

Jets split with Roughnecks

June 19, 2013

SHERIDAN — After a frustrating first game, the Sheridan Jets maintained some consistent offense to split with the Casper Roughnecks Tuesday night in Sheridan. The Jets fell behind early, losing 7-5 in game one, but earned an 8-4 win in the night cap. “The team got a split tonight, but I felt that we made Read More

Big Horn Polo Club opens season

June 18, 2013

PHOTO: DeeDee Connell runs ahead of Paul Wollenman during Sunday afternoon’s K-3 Memorial Tournament at the Big Horn Equestrian Center. The tournament was the 2013 season opener for the Big Horn Polo Club, with team R.R. Williams winning 10-2 over Big Horn Beverage. Connell was the MVP for team R.R. Williams. Wollenman’s horse, Rocky, was named Best Playing Pony. Next Sunday, Read More

Preston Wells wraps up Generals recruiting class

SHERIDAN — The Generals have rounded out what has the potential to be a stacked 2013-14 recruiting class. Preston Wells is their most recent signee, a 6-foot 1-inch guard from Peoria Richwoods High School in Illinois. Wells averaged 15.7 points, 2.3 assists and 1.4 steals as a senior. He surpassed 1,000 points in his career hitting Read More

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