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Prep football preview: BHHS at Newcastle

September 12, 2013

BIG HORN — After a 55-point output to start their season, the Big Horn Rams will look to find thier groove in week two at Newcastle. Starting 1-0 last week in their 55-25 home victory over Greybull, Big Horn showed signs of the coach Michael McGuire and QB Connor McCafferty-led offense that put up those gaudy numbers Read More

Prep football preview: Wheatland at TRHS

DAYTON — The football gods seemed to be pouring it on when Tongue River freshman quarterback Will Kearns left the field last week with what could have been a serious injury. Luckily, Kerns has been able to practice this week. Take that as a positive for a team that fell 35-0 in their opener to Read More

SC soccer: Generals draw 2-2 with Northwest; Lady Generals fall 1-0

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College Generals soccer team opened conference play Wednesday night in Powell, playing the preseason No. 20 team in the country to a draw. Sheridan (1-0-1) and Northwest College (2-2-1) played to a 2-2 draw Wednesday night as the game was called due to darkness in overtime. Sheridan College’s Tanner Alseike hit Read More

Cowboys not taking Northern Colorado lightly after last year

(AP) — The Wyoming Cowboys don’t need to be reminded of their past. Already owners of an 0-2 record last season, Wyoming fans assumed a visit from FCS program Cal Poly would help stop the bleeding. Even without Wyoming’s quarterback, Brett Smith, many thought the team had too much depth and too many athletes to Read More

Sheridan Swim Team Sharks meetings coming up

September 11, 2013

SHERIDAN — Sheridan’s USA Swimming club team, the Sheridan Swim Team Sharks, will hold two registration and informational meetings prior to the start of its winter season on Thursday, Sept. 19 and Monday, Sept. 30.  Both meetings will be held at 6 p.m. at the Early Building pool at Sheridan Junior High School. The swim club competes Read More

Dayton-Ranchester softball game Sunday

DAYTON — The annual Dayton/Ranchester softball game will be Sunday at 1 p.m. at Scott Park in Dayton. The co-ed softball game is part of a “Family Fall Festival” sponsored by the Tongue River Valley Community Center. The game is for players 16 and older. After softball, there will be family game time including a Read More

Tuesday sports briefs

Former Broncs standout Jordan Roberts runs for 73 yards in loss to Kansas SHERIDAN — It’s been about a year since the name Jordan Roberts popped up in football news, but that might not be the case for long. That absence was due to Roberts redshirting his first year of football at South Dakota, and Read More

Broncs 7th at Michelle Ludwig Invite

September 9, 2013

SHERIDAN — Sophomore Taylor Bruso pushed the Bronc harriers to a seventh-place finish at the Michelle Ludwig Invitational Saturday in Sheridan. Bruso’s 17-minute, 38-second time on the 5,000-meter VA Medical Center course was good enough for 11th on a hot afternoon at Sheridan High School’s annual host meet. Ricky Faure’s 16:21.11 was first, and Rock Springs Read More

Lady Bronc swimmers second again; 3 more state qualifiers

SHERIDAN — Three more Lady Broncs qualified for state at the Riverton Invite Saturday as the team finished second. After a second place finish a week ago in Gillette, the Lady Broncs were just 23 points behind defending state champion Cheyenne Central, edging out Cheyenne East by one point in Riverton. Divers Brielle Smiley, Whitney Read More

Golf: BH third, TR fourth at Wright Invite

SHERIDAN — Jack Roberts had the top score for Big Horn as the Rams finished third in Wright Saturday. Tongue River finished fourth with their injury depleted squad, but still cut 12 strokes off their Friday score. The Lady Rams did not record a team score, but Jamie Kitterman and Madi Pehringer finished sixth and 10th Read More

Saturday volleyball rundown

SC spikers finish weekend unbeaten SHERIDAN — The Lady Generals continued their hot streak Saturday, capping a weekend where they didn’t drop a set. Saturday, Sheridan College (10-4, 1-0 Region IX) swept Dawson Community College. Shai Shaefer had 10 kills, Hannah Casebolt had 17 assists and Jill Espeland finished with 14 digs. Tyler Chrisman had Read More

LARAMIE (AP) — Getting his name in the school record book is much more than an individual milestone for Wyoming quarterback Brett Smith. “It makes me feel good because that means we’re putting points up on the board and doing well as an offense,” Smith said after throwing for four touchdowns in Wyoming’s 42-10 win Read More

Rams overcome penalties, heat in opener

September 6, 2013

BIG HORN — The Rams overcame some late-summer heat, a few turnovers and penalties on the way to a comfortable win Friday in Big Horn. Starting the year with a familiar promise, Big Horn (1-0) defeated Greybull 55-25. Senior quarterback and driving force Connor McCafferty got things started, using his arm and legs to build Read More

Injuries keep Eagles down

SHERIDAN — The ol’ lips were hanging a little bit low Friday night after the Tongue River Eagles’ 35-0 loss to Rocky Mountain on their home field in Dayton, head coach John Scott said. “Everybody goes into a brand new season with optimism, but it seems we haven’t quite found our blueprint for success yet,” Scott Read More

Vball briefs: Sheridan County prep spikers in Gillette

Big Horn volleyball wins one, loses two at Gillette SHERIDAN — Playing bigger schools can be intimidating, but the Big Horn Lady Rams didn’t let that stop them from putting up a good fight in Gillette Friday. In pool play, they were able to beat Glenrock in two sets in their first match (25-18, 25-15). Read More

Idaho game not easy for Cowboys coach Gesser

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — If there is one piece of advice for college football coaches, it is: You can never look back. Jason Gesser is realizing that more than ever this week. Gesser is in his first season as the University of Wyoming’s quarterbacks coach. At this time last year, he was the running backs Read More

Golf briefs: Mavrakis ties for first, SHS finishes second at Gillette

SHERIDAN — Sheridan’s Jack Mavrakis and Gillette’s Danny Davis fought for the top spot on the leaderboard in a two-day tournament in Gillette with Mavrakis scoring 75 Thursday and 76 Friday, and Davis doing the flip-flop of that with a 76 Thursday and a 75 Friday. Tied for first at the end of the day Read More

Lady Generals spikers rolling

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College Lady Generals decided six games was plenty Friday night, taking Eastern Wyoming College and Williston State College in straight sets. The Lady Generals (9-4 overall, 1-0 conference) defeated Eastern Wyoming College (25-15, 25-23, 25-15) under the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome at 3 p.m., took a quick breather, then hit the Read More

Sheridan grinds out 26-10 win over Trojans

SHERIDAN — Late defensive scores to seal the win seemed fitting Friday night. Sheridan came out on top of a grinding battle with Kelly Walsh (0-2) in their home opener, using two late turnovers to seal a 26-10 win as they moved to 2-0 on the year. Opening night at Scott Field didn’t phase the Trojans Read More

Two more state quals for Lady Bronc swimmers

SHERIDAN — Sheridan High School swimmers Rachel Stevens and Raien Emery swam strong  at the Terry Bartlett Invite in Cody, each earning a State qualification for her hard work. Stevens swam a 28.15 in the 50-yard free stroke, placing fourth, and Emery took second in the 100-yard breaststroke with a time of 1:20.14. “We had Read More

Column: Fantasy football is so cool right now, man

The Baltimore Ravens don’t deserve national television anymore with all these electricity delays. Last night in Denver for the NFL opener, we couldn’t even blame it on Beyonce. If you liked it, you should have put a back-up generator on it. Cue the Rahim Moore play again! What is he talking about? I don’t know, mom, just Read More

Lady Generals spikers sweep conference opener

SHERIDAN — The Lady Generals were kind to the crowd that braved the sauna-like heat of the late-summer Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome Thursday night, making quick work of their conference opener in straight sets. Sheridan College defeated Central Wyoming College (25-18, 25-23, 25-16) Thursday night, moving to 1-0 in Region IX play and 7-4 overall. Read More

Mavrakis leads after day one in Gillette, Broncs second

SHERIDAN — Sheridan’s Jack Mavrakis led the two-day tournament in Gillette entering the final round today. Mavrakis shot a 75 on Thursday and held a one-stroke lead over the Camels Danny Davis. Davis won the season’s first tournament in Cody and finished second last week in Worland. The Broncs 350 was behind Gillette’s 334 after the first Read More

Despite surprise in Gillette, Broncs expecting strong Kelly Walsh team for home opener

September 5, 2013

SHERIDAN — Before last Friday night, the week one matchup between Sheridan and Kelly Walsh was being tabbed as the game of the week. That billing lost some clout when the Trojans went to Gillette and lost 52-14, allowing the Camels nearly 400 yards on the ground. Whether they’re trolling their rival Gillette or, more Read More

Prep football previews: Greybull at BH, Rocky Mtn. at TR

BIG HORN — The Big Horn Rams are still the favorite in 2A football. They may not be the consensus favorite, and a lot could change Friday, but for now the Rams are going about their business. Second-year coach Michael McGuire takes his squad to Dow Memorial Field Friday in Big Horn not focused on rankings Read More

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