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Friday night Oct. 11 volleyball rundown

October 11, 2013

From Staff Reports Lady Eagles come up just short in loss to Wright DAYTON — The Lady Eagles volleyball team lost a hard-fought match with Wright Friday night during homecoming in Dayton. Playing close all game, the Lady Eagles fell 25-22, 26-24, 25-27, and were “right there” head coach Michelle Nielsen said. “We played well, Read More

Lady Generals earn win over Casper College

SHERIDAN — The Lady Generals volleyball team finished their home schedule with a win Thursday night, also finishing the week on a three-game win streak. Sheridan College defeated rival Casper College in a full, five-set match (28-26, 25-18, 15-25, 20-25, 16-14) Thursday night on sophomore night, sending off five players. Britney Titensor, Kaylin Edwards, Carley Read More

Testing resolve, SHS heads to Cheyenne Central

October 10, 2013

SHERIDAN — Some of the crushing hits quarterback Kameron Eckard sustained against the second-half Gillette pass rush looked to be season enders. For all that, the senior quarterback climbed to his feet each time, going as far as walking along the sidelines late in the fourth quarter, telling teammates to keep their heads up as Read More

Rams take to the road for the last time, at 5-0 Wheatland

SHERIDAN — After a big win Monday, the Big Horn Rams turn right around and head south to Wheatland for what’s likely their toughest remaining game of the regular season. The Rams (4-1) close the year with home games against Moorcroft next week and then Tongue River, but first they’ll play 5-0 Wheatland as they look to Read More

Two-peat: Julia Fenn hoists another 4A tennis title for SHS

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School tennis teams finished well at the 4A state tennis tournament Wednesday in Gillette, with the boys third and the girls fifth. Laramie won the boys team title and Gillette took the girls. Sophomore No. 1 singles player Julia Fenn did what she set out to do, winning her second No. 1 singles Read More

Lady Generals lose 3-0 to Powell

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College women’s soccer team ran into Northwest College and Ricki Ryan Wednesday afternoon in a 3-0 defeat. The Lady Trappers scored three first-half goals, the final two coming from the Sheridan High School graduate Ryan and the other from a piece of quick-footed play in the box from Brazilian midfielder Aline De Read More

SC falls 3-2 to Northwest College

SHERIDAN — Sheridan was unable to finish a late comeback attempt in a 3-2 loss to Northwest College Wednesday. Hunter Reece got the Generals on the board when he curved a corner kick into the net, untouched, early in the second half and cut the Trappers lead to 2-1. Northwest got goals from Matt Lowndes Read More

4A State tennis: Fenn, Ritterbusch into finals today

October 9, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School tennis team set two players in final matches Wednesday in Gillette. No. 1 singles players Julia Fenn and Reed Ritterbusch each defeated their semifinal opponents rather easily Tuesday, setting up title defense matches today. Ritterbusch defeated Cody’s Jordan Steckler 6-4, 6-1, and will face Laramie’s Dylan Bainer in the Read More

Dure to go D1: Generals announce 2nd before season starts

SHERIDAN — There’s been much said about the highly-touted Sheridan College’s men’s basketball and, and players moving on to Division 1 before the season even starts may be one indication of that. Fred Dure is the second player to move to D1 this fall, as he plans to continue his basketball career at Arkansas State Read More

SC spikers beat Rocky JV

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College volleyball team defeated Rocky Mountain JV (25-11, 25-17, 25-23) Tuesday night in Billings. The team is 17-10 overall, and sitting at 3-3 in Sub-Region IX North play. They will play their final home game Thursday at 7 p.m., against rival Casper College (5-1 Region IX). The event will feature the annual Pack Read More

‘Dig Pink’ event set for Thursday at SC final home volleyball game

October 8, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College volleyball team earned a quick, three-set win over Laramie County Community College Monday at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome. Power outages over the weekend pushed back the contest, and the Lady Generals earned the win 25-17, 25-18, 25-15. The team moved to 16-10 overall and 3-3 in North Sub-Region IX play. Read More

SC men nab special win for coach Albers in first Region IX victory

SHERIDAN — The Generals used their first home game for their first win Monday afternoon. Sheridan defeated Western Nebraska Community College 2-1 behind goals from Corbin Shriner. A bonus for head coach Austin Albers: the win came over his former coach Todd Rasnic who he played for at Western Nebraska. The young coach Albers was Read More

PK pushes W. Neb. past Lady Generals

SHERIDAN — Another tough result for a growing squad mounted understandable frustration for a first-year team Monday. The Lady Generals soccer team (0-7-0) battled, controlling the run of play and out-shooting their opponent Western Nebraska 22-15, however, a penalty kick sealed a 1-0 win for Western Nebraska. Their opponent took one of their few chances, Read More

Rams top Glenrock, 27-7

SHERIDAN — The Big Horn Rams earned a key road win during their rescheduled game against Glenrock Monday night. Big Horn (4-1) re-asserted itself at the top of 2A football standings, winning 27-7 over the Glenrock Herders. Arguably the Rams toughest remaining game of the year will come Friday after a short week, as they Read More

Lady Eagles top Sundance in reschedule from Friday

SHERIDAN — The Lady Eagles volleyball team beat Sundance Monday in a rescheduled game from Friday. Tongue River won the 2A Northeast conference game despite dropping the first set 21-25, coming back 25-22, 25-22 and 25-9. Tara Stimpson had five kills, five stuff blocks and was 15 of 17 on serves. Eryn Aksamit had six Read More

Schuelke wins all-around at Lamar College Rodeo; SC men second

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College rodeo team competed in Lamar, Colo., using far better conditions for a better finish over the weekend. Five saddle bronc riders, one bareback rider, one bull rider, a tie down roper and two team ropers reached the short round for the men’s team as they placed second behind Casper College. It’s Read More

Sheridan College make up day: Generals soccer gets first win

October 7, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College men’s soccer team used its first home game to earn its first win Monday. Corbin Shriner (Cheyenne) got two second half goals and pushed the Generals past Western Nebraska Community College Monday afternoon at Sheridan High School. The game was pushed back from the weekend after the snowstorm. Sheridan College’s Read More

TR forfeits Burns game; BH-Glenrock tonight

Tongue River forfeits Burns game SHERIDAN — The Tongue River Eagles forfeited their game with Burns that had been rescheduled for today, due to the fact that the long Monday road trip would force them to miss two days of school. The Eagles (1-4), were set to play in Burns (5-0) at 6 p.m. today Read More

Calm after the storm: Broncs look to bounce back from Energy Bowl loss

GILLETTE — After all the build-up and two postponements, Sheridan and Gillette finally played football Saturday afternoon. Snow piles 6-feet high surrounded the cleared field, and the No. 1 vs. No. 2 matchup started with a bang but ended with a fizzle as the home team took this year’s edition of the Energy Bowl. The Read More

SHS cross country Billings results

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School cross country teams finished in the middle of the pack at a large meet Saturday in Billings. Head coach Art Baures was again pleased with his young team’s continued growth, with the boys team finishing seventh, led by Taylor Bruso, and the girls ninth behind Janika Sweeney. “The Billings Invite proved to Read More

Camels down Broncs 39-10 in 67th Energy Bowl

October 5, 2013

GILLETTE — The Sheridan Broncs suffered their first defeat of the season Saturday in Gillette, 39-10. The Broncs (5-1) took a 7-0 lead on a 63-yard strike from Kameron Eckard to Dan Sessions. Sessions took the pass untouched into the end zone. The Camels (6-0) would answer with a Dustin Erisman run from just outside Read More

Saturday Border Wars canceled

October 4, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Wyoming-Montana Border Wars volleyball tournament scheduled for Saturday at Sheridan High School has been canceled. SHS Activities Director Don Julian said that they scrapped the event because not all of the teams were unable to get to Sheridan following Friday’s heavy snowstorms. The tournament was set to bring teams from Bozeman, Mont., Read More

Volleyball: SHS falls to Gillette; Border Wars on for Saturday

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School volleyball team’s struggles continued in a straight sets loss to Gillette Thursday night. As they prepare to host the Wyoming-Montana Border Wars Saturday, the Lady Broncs hoped to use a good result against their rival to spark what’s been a tough season entering the month of October. In the end, the Read More

Weather cancellations/postponements (will be updated)

Football Big Horn at Glenrock – postponed to Saturday at 2 p.m. Tongue River at Burns – postponed to Saturday Sheridan at Gillette – postponed to Saturday at 1 p.m. Volleyball Arvada-Clearmont — canceled Big Horn vs. Wright — canceled Sheridan College Soccer vs. Western Nebraska — postponed to 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Monday; Read More

Friday’s SC soccer home openers to honor program contributor Maier

October 3, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College soccer teams begin home competition this weekend, and Friday’s openers will be held in honor of program contributor Steve Maier. The college announced today in a press release that Dr. Maier will be recognized during the intermission between the women’s and men’s games Friday, “for his support and aid in Read More

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