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Soccer: Broncs fall to Gillette again

May 10, 2013

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

Big Horn girls lead 2A conference golf tournament after one day

SHERIDAN —  Great weather and some good golf for the Lady Rams. Tongue River is hosting this year’s 2A conference golf tournament at Kendrick Municipal Golf Course, and Thursday was a perfect day for home teams Big Horn and Tongue River after cold wet spring weather had ravaged their 2013 golf seasons. “The weather was Read More

Broncs outlast East in shootout, qualify for state

SHERIDAN — The Broncs are headed back to the 4A state soccer tournament. Sheridan beat Cheyenne East Thursday night, 4-3 on penalty kicks, after teams were unable to break a 1-1 tie through regulation and overtime of their 4A East Regional quarterfinal game in Cheyenne. The Broncs scored in the fourth minute when Joe Shassetz Read More

SHS girls reach state after shootout

SHERIDAN —  After 100 minutes of play and seven penalty kicks the Sheridan girls finally put Gillette away. Their reward: a trip back to the 4A state tournament. Sheridan had an up and down year, 3-7 in conference play, but positioned itself for two straight weekends of games with Gillette for their shot at a Read More

Regional soccer and track, conference golf action in Sheridan fills weekend

May 9, 2013

Above (Dan Sessions and Collin Eisenman):  Sheridan’s roller coaster year comes down to this: win or go home.  The Broncs get their third try of the season against Cheyenne East tonight at 6 p.m. in Cheyenne. Sheridan won 2-1 in the first meeting April 5, drawing 0-0 two weeks ago on the road. Since beating Read More

Lady Generals basketball camp June 17-20

SHERIDAN — Registration is open for the Lady Generals 2013 summer basketball camp. SC women’s basketball head coach Frank McCarthy will conduct the four-day clinic, set for June 17-20. A basketball and T-shirt are included in the $100 camp fee. The camp is open to grades K-12 and will be held from 9 a.m. to noon each Read More

SHS Volleyball Camp May 20-22

SHERIDAN — A Lady Bronc Volleyball Camp will be held May 20-22 at Sheridan Junior High School. Sheridan High School volleyball coach Wendi Rubi along with Lady Bronc players will lead three days of fundamental instruction including proper passing, hitting, setting and serving techniques. Fourth through sixth graders go from 4-5:30 p.m., with seventh-and eighth-graders from 4-6 p.m. Registration forms are Read More

Sports Photos: May 4-11

May 8, 2013

Wyoming to install new playing surface on Jonah Field

LARAMIE (AP) — A new playing surface will be installed this summer at Wyoming’s War Memorial Stadium. The FieldTurf Revolution playing surface on Jonah Field will have a distinctive Wyoming design and will be completed in time for the 2013 college football season. It will cost about $500,000 and is being paid for with private Read More

Broncs 3rd in Gillette as they prepare to host conference next week

May 7, 2013

SHERIDAN — The SHS boys golf team will take a third place finish into their host conference tournament Monday at the Powder Horn. Playing in a make-up tournament from earlier this season that was snowed-out, the Broncs placed third out of an eight-team field Monday in Gillette. Kelly Walsh, last year’s state champion, won the Read More

SHS Rodeo Results: Newcastle, May 4-5

Place, Name, Town, Time Saturday Barrel Racing 3 Linzee Adamson (Arvada) 17.702 4 Kylee Cahoy (SHS) 17.727 6 Gabby Koltiska (SHS) 17.912 Breakaway Roping 3 Faith Carson (Arvada) 2.99 5 Kylee Cahoy (SHS) 3.460 9 Whitney Simmons (SHS) 4.290 Bull Riding 2 Bryce Burnell (Arvada) 71 Goat Tying 6 Cashlee Cunningham (Banner) 9.280 9 Tiare Ilgen (SHS) 10.01 Pole Read More

Round signs with Milligan

PHOTO: Assistant coach Austin Albers sits with Kaitlyn Round, right, as she signs to transfer to Milligan College in Tennessee Friday at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome. “It was a great pleasure getting to work with Kaitlyn over the last two seasons,” said SC head volleyball coach Jennifer Weitzel. “Kait has grown a lot in Read More

SC Rodeo: Three qualify for CNFR

May 6, 2013

SHERIDAN — Three Sheridan College freshman have qualified for the College National Finals Rodeo. The top three finishers out of each event in region standings qualify for the finals. Zeke Thurston was the reserve saddle bronc region champion, C.J. Davidson finished third in bull riding, and Taygen Schuelke was the regional bull riding champion. Schuelke Read More

Troop split at Cody after rainouts

SHERIDAN — Much like in their opener last weekend, the Troop was off to a pretty good start before the rainstorms Saturday. The Troopers (3-1) held a 4-0 lead over Powell before the game was called after only two and a half innings. In the first, Skyler Holwell lined a solo shot to deep left Read More

Golf: BH girls, TR boys third in Lusk

SHERIDAN — Big Horn girls and Tongue River boys golf teams each took third in Lusk Saturday. After winning in Wright Friday, the Tongue River boys posted a 398 and finished in a three-way tie with Saratoga and Wright Saturday in their final regular season meet. Wyatt Main was third individually with his 86. “It’s going Read More

Jets go 1-3 in opening weekend games with Gillette, Billings squads

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Jets began their season with two games in Billings Saturday followed by two home games Sunday against Gillette. The Jets dropped two games to the Billings Scarletts, 11-1 and 11-2, splitting their home opener with the Gillette Roughriders (W 6-5, L 16-6) Sunday at Thorne-Rider Stadium. “This early in the season, we are Read More

Broncs draw Cheyenne East, Lady Broncs head back to Gillette for 4A East Regionals

SHERIDAN — After both the SHS boys and girls teams played for last season’s 4A state soccer title, both teams are now fighting just to get back to the state tournament. After a 2-1 loss in Gillette Friday night, the Broncs finished in the 4A East No. 4 spot and will travel to Cheyenne South High School Thursday where Read More

TR runners shine at Upton

May 3, 2013

SHERIDAN — Friday proved to be a productive afternoon for the Tongue River track team at the Upton Bobcat Invite, as several runners registered impressive performances heading into regionals. Leading the way for TR was Sarah Nielsen who placed first in shot put with a throw of 26 feet 5 inches and second in discus Read More

Camels hand Broncs tough loss

GILLETTE — There’s not much more frustrating for a Sheridan team than losing to Gillette. Unless that loss comes with its share of controversy, and then it’s probably worse. Sheridan led No. 1 Gillette 1-0 by way of a breakaway goal from Lucas Wollenman late into Friday’s contest, only to surrender two goals in a Read More

Late goal lifts Lady Camels over Lady Broncs 2-1

SHERIDAN — Sheridan withstood an early goal, but was unable to overcome Gillette’s last strike Friday. Bouncing back from two tough losses to Cheyenne East and Central last weekend, head coach Tom Racette didn’t have a bad word to say about his team’s effort. “We did play very well in the first half, it was Read More

Big Horn, Sheridan track teams fare well in Gillette

SHERIDAN — Big Horn and Sheridan runners teamed off against five other schools Friday evening in Gillette and coaches for both teams said they were extremely pleased with the performances of their athletes. For his part, Big Horn coach Kirk McLaughlin lauded his team for several strong showings, citing strong individuals and team performances in Read More

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