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State Track: Day 2

May 17, 2013

SHERIDAN — Sheridan track and field will look to make up some ground with a big day today at state track and field in Casper. As a team, the Broncs and Lady Broncs are in sixth and seventh place, with 18 and 23 points respectively. Friday, the girls 4X100 relay team broke a school record Read More

Column: Soccer, Sheridan’s secret weapon

Anyone who grew up with Sheridan High School sports knows the Gillette problem: There are a lot of those Camels. Campbell County has two high schools, a North and South campus, and Sheridan has one. Instead of whining about it, most Sheridan folks take the position that the disparaging numbers make it all the more satisfying Read More

1A-2A State Track: Day 1

Big Horn SHERIDAN — The Big Horn girls ran well Thursday while the boys had just two events at the 2A state track meet in Casper. Matthew Wigglesworth was just behind the top prequalifying time in the 110-meter hurdles. His 15.81-second run trailed Jesse Hawk of Wright by three tenths of a second. Christian Mayer ran Read More

SHS at State Track: Day 1

SHERIDAN — It was a slow day for Sheridan with just a few events on the first day of state track. Michael Rotellini ran into a star-studded field in the 3,200-meter race, finishing fifth after Ricky Faure of Rock Springs ran a 9:24.80 state-record breaking time. Rotellini finished his two mile career with a 9:38.63. Read More

4A State Soccer: Lady Broncs 2, Green River 1

May 16, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Lady Broncs didn’t enter the 4A girls state tournament worrying about being a No. 4 seed. On Thursday, against No. 1-seed Green River, they didn’t play like it either. The Lady Broncs reached Friday’s 4A girls state semifinal after a 2-1 nail-biter win Thursday afternoon at Rock Springs High School. After falling Read More

4A State Soccer: Broncs 2, Rock Springs 0

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Broncs took care of business in the first round of the 4A state soccer tournament Thursday morning in Rock Springs. “We were all over Rock Springs,” head coach Kevin Rizer said. “I felt like we didn’t convert several opportunities. It could have very easily been a much larger margin of victory.” Read More

Photos: Babe Ruth Baseball

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County Babe Ruth Baseball league plays Mondays and Wednesday nights at Redle Field in Thorne-Rider Park. Four teams, the Dodgers, Cardinals, Mets and Red Sox began their schedule April 29 and will finish with a tournament in late June. Follow the above link for standings and more information.

Sheridan County State Track and Field Qualifiers

State Track and Field 2013 May 16-18 in Casper Name, Year, School, Seed Time 4A State Track (Sheridan) Girls 100-Meter Dash Gabby Edeen 12.59 Mariah Grant 13.11 Girls 200-Meter Dash Gabby Edeen 25.81 Girls 800-Meter Run Janika Sweeney 2:28.20 Zoe Sherman 2:28.04 Girls 1,600-Meter Run Janika Sweeney 5:36.39 Girls 100-Meter Hurdles Addison Stedillie 17.70 Girls 300-Meter Hurdles Katie Campbell 51.13 Read More

Rock Springs an unfamiliar return to state for SHS soccer

May 15, 2013

SHERIDAN — Casper has state basketball and wrestling, Laramie has state football and Sheridan used to have state soccer. The Sheridan High School soccer teams had homefield advantage during memorable state soccer runs the past three years, but everyone moves to Rock Springs for state this weekend. The 2013 3A tournament is in Jackson, and the two events Read More

SHS caps spring golf season; KW takes tourney

SHERIDAN — Kelly Walsh took both the boys and girls spring golf titles at the SHS-hosted conference golf tournament, wrapping up Tuesday at the Powder Horn. A young Sheridan golf team saw individual improvement across the board from Monday to Tuesday, and head coach Larry Martoglio was pleased as they enter more two-day fall tournaments. “Yesterday was Read More

KWHS sets pace during day one of conference tourney at Powder Horn; SHS boys 7th, girls 5th

May 14, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Kelly Walsh High School boys and girls golf teams lead the 4A conference tournament field after one day at the Powder Horn. Sheridan High School, the host school for this year’s tournament, is in seventh place after a first-day 349. The girls shot a 296 for fifth place. “I thought Jack Mavrakis played Read More

Generals basketball camp set for June 10-13

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College men’s basketball team will hold its annual summer camp June 10-13 at the Golden Dome. Coaches Steve Smiley and Dan Magrino will direct the day camp focused on skill, development/shooting and scoring from 8 a.m to noon each day. “The day camp is a great place for young players to experience Read More

Cahoy all-around champ in Newcastle, Gillette

SHERIDAN — Kylee Cahoy repeated as all-around champion this weekend in Gillette. After taking the award in Newcastle May 4-5, she accumulated 642.25 points in her two days of events in Gillette Saturday and Sunday. Cahoy won the Sunday breakaway roping competition with a 2.99-second time after finishing second Saturday. She took fifth and third in Read More

Cordingly hired as new Lady Broncs basketball coach (UPDATED)

SHERIDAN — The Lady Broncs will be led by a Thermopolis native next year. Jessica Cordingly was approved as the new Sheridan High School girls coach Monday night by the Sheridan County School District 2 board of trustees. Cordingly grew up in Thermopolis and is currently teaching and coaching in California. She replaces Sean Yeager Read More

Hoopes’ homers lift Troop over Cheyenne Post 6

May 13, 2013

SHERIDAN — Ethan Hoopes hit two home runs to get the Troopers over Cheyenne Post 6 in their first league game Saturday night. Drew Adriaens did his part on the mound, throwing a complete game and striking out 11 batters as Sheridan held on for the 9-7 win. With his team down 7-6, the second Read More

Broncs No. 3 seed, Lady Broncs No. 4 as teams prep for state soccer

Broncs nip Central 1-0 SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Broncs soccer team enters the state tournament playing well. Sheridan was 0-1-1 against Cheyenne Central coming into Saturday’s third-fourth place game at the 4A East Regional tournament in Cheyenne, and left with a 1-0 win that earned them a No. 3 seed at this weekend’s state tournament in Rock Read More

Jets swept by Billings Angels

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Jets dropped two games to the Billings Angels Saturday on the road. Sheridan (1-5) dropped the first game 7-1, falling 11-4 in the second. “We were our own worst enemies this weekend,” head coach Ryan Murner said. “In both games we walked a combined 25 hitters. You won’t be successful giving so many free Read More

SHS track rolling into state

SHERIDAN — The SHS track team had its best meet of the season when it mattered most. The Lady Broncs finished fourth and the Broncs missed second by a point Saturday at the 1A-2A-4A East Regional track meet in Gillette. In all, 24 SHS athletes are headed to state track this weekend in Casper — 13 girls in 15 events Read More

1A-2A Regional Track Results

Mirich paces Lady Rams track on second day of regionals SHERIDAN — Jadyn Mirich won two events, taking home All-Conference track recognition Saturday in Gillette. Mirich’s hurdles runs combined with a first-place run by the Lady Rams 1×400 meter relay team paced the Big Horn girls to a runner-up finish at the 2A regional meet. Burns Read More

Soccer: SHS girls fall to No. 1 seed Laramie at regionals

May 10, 2013

SHERIDAN — After needing extra time plus penalty shootouts Thursday, Sheridan soccer teams ran into No. 1 seeds Friday night. Already qualified for state after their shootout win over Gillette Friday night and on their second road trip in two days, the Lady Broncs fell 4-0 to Laramie in Cheyenne. “We played the No. 1 Read More

Soccer: Broncs fall to Gillette again

SHERIDAN — The Broncs third try to get over the Gillette hump was unsuccessful. Playing in the 4A East Regional semis, Sheridan fell 2-1 to the Camels Friday night in Cheyenne after losing by that same score one week ago. Down 2-0, Matteus Segura scored in the 74th minute for Sheridan, but the late effort Read More

Lady Rams hoist spring golf title

SHERIDAN — Tied with Lusk after one round, the Lady Rams won their conference golf tournament by two strokes Friday. Alex Eisele finished as the overall girls runner-up, shooting a 97-92—189 behind Lauren Hinkley of Lovell (93-91—184). The tournament combined two 2A regions for a conference tournament with four 1A schools joining in. “It was Read More

SHS tracksters qualify in bunches

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School track team qualified multiple athletes for Saturday’s finals after one day at the 1A-2A-4A East Regional track meet in Gillette. After one day, the boys sit in third place, three points behind Laramie, and the girls are in fourth, trailing Laramie as well, by eight points. For the boys, Michael Rotellini Read More

Rams, Eagles show well on first day of regional track

Tongue River has good first day at regionals SHERIDAN — Tongue River athletes positioned themselves well on the first day of regional track in Gillette. Josiah Huff and Amanda Hutchinson each won their prelim in the 800, and Cody Jolovich was third. Sarah Nielsen won the shot put Friday, and a nice surprise for the Lady Eagles Read More

UW football players heading back to Haiti

LARAMIE (AP) — Finals end this week for Dominic Rufran, and then he has a few weeks off before he reports back to Laramie for offseason workouts for the University of Wyoming football team. But before some rest and relaxation, Rufran has more important things to do. He is one of nine current or former Read More

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