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Avoiding complacency? UW sports under review

October 25, 2013

LARAMIE (AP) — University of Wyoming President Bob Sternberg has hired an outside consultant to evaluate the football and men’s basketball programs, a process that has been underway for weeks but is becoming public knowledge after an embarrassing football loss last weekend. The football team lost to rival Colorado State 52-22 on Saturday. Not since Read More

SC cowboy Scheulke wins year-end Badlands Circuit

SHERIDAN — Sheridan College bull rider Taygen Schuelke competed at the Badlands Circuit Finals Rodeo October 10-13 in Minot, N.D. The finals average champion and the year end champion in every event earn their spot to compete in the Ram National Finals Rodeo in Oklahoma City, Okla. Competing in the Circuit Finals rodeo has been Read More

Broncs close regular season at home against confident South team

October 24, 2013

SHERIDAN — Sheridan is ready to put last Friday behind them. A 38-20 loss at home to Natrona was one suffered by way of crucial mistakes any postseason bound squad wants to avoid. The Broncs (6-2) host Cheyenne South (1-7) Friday at 7 p.m., with the 4A playoff picture still mostly up in the air. Read More

Sheridan teacher inducted into Portland Interscholastic HOF

SHERIDAN — Sheridan resident Christy Spielman was inducted in to the Portland Interscholastic League Athletic Hall of Fame on Sunday. Spielman, a third-grade teacher at Meadowlark Elementary, played volleyball, basketball and softball at Madison High in Portland, Ore. Before graduating in 1996, she earned 11 letters, was named to the All-City first team two years Read More

Big Horn-Tongue River Unique Small-School Rivalry

October 23, 2013

SHERIDAN — While it may not necessarily be the last time, Friday marks the final Thunder Bowl for at least a few years. The Big Horn Rams host the Tongue River Eagles Friday, with the two teams heading in different directions as football programs. The Rams are off to the playoffs next week, similar to Read More

Sheridan College soccer teams finish first season on high-note

October 21, 2013

SHERIDAN — It was a rough end, but a good one. “If you have 12 credits, be ready to play,” Sheridan College men’s head soccer coach Austin Albers joked on the sidelines Saturday. His roster dwindled to 13 players as the Generals worked to nip their final Region IX opponent at Maier Field. And unlike Read More

Engels, Spiegelberg win Powder Horn Octoberfest

SHERIDAN – The team of Dave Engels and Anthony Spiegelberg posted a score of 74 to win the annual Octoberfest Golf Championship at the Powder Horn Sunday. Their score – in a scramble and alternate shot format – was three shots better than Mike Neckvatal and Tom Neighbors. They carded a 77. The team of Read More

County spikers finish regular seasons

Lady Broncs finish 5th in 4A East SHERIDAN — The Lady Broncs closed the season fifth in 4A East standings, dropping their final two home games Friday and Saturday. Sheridan plays Friday in Cheyenne, needing wins to reach the 4A state tournament. The Lady Broncs fell to Cheyenne East Saturday (19-25, 21-25, 11-25) after Friday night Read More

Lady Eagles fall to Sundance, close regular season today

October 18, 2013

SHERIDAN — Tongue River Lady Eagles volleyball was on the road to Sundance Friday. They lost to Sundance in four sets (17-25, 21-25, 25-11, 19-25), leaving them 3-5 on their conference record. Head Coach Michelle Nielsen said a lot of good things happened on the court, but they just couldn’t put it together for the Read More

SC women’s soccer fights hard in 1-0 loss

October 19, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College women’s soccer team played hard but ultimately fell to Laramie County Community College 1-0 Friday. “It was a much better performance against LCCC than last time,” head coach Stefan Skillman said. “It was a good effort and a very entertaining game of soccer to watch.” Skillman said the team had Read More

Dogies too much for Tongue River

October 18, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Tongue River Eagles came out strong against the Newcastle Dogies Friday night but ultimately fell in a disappointing loss following two victories in the last few weeks. “It didn’t turn out like we hoped, and we ended up taking a 56-15 thumping,” head coach John Scott said. Early in the game, with Read More

Record broken for swimmers; 2nd place at 4A North conference

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School girl’s swim team gave it their all at the 4A North Girls Conference Championship in Casper Friday and took second place as a team with a score of 286. “It was a great meet for SHS girls,” coach Brent Moore said. The first day of the championships produced three Read More

Mistakes cripple Broncs in 38-20 loss to Mustangs

SHERIDAN — Three first half turnovers left Sheridan behind, and one third quarter muffed punt put them away. Sheridan (6-2) battled with Natrona (5-3), falling 38-20. The Broncs appeared poised for a comeback more than once, but this time it was the Mustangs luck — a team with three overtime losses by one point apiece this year Read More

Cross country teams 5th at conference

SHERIDAN — Sheridan High School boys and girls varsity cross country teams took fifth at the conference championship meet at Camplex Park in Gillette Friday. The boys and girls JV teams took fourth. “The kids had good efforts, but we didn’t have the best racing tactics,” coach Art Baures said. “I think executing the race plan Read More

SC spikers fall at CWC

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College Lady Generals lost to Central Wyoming College in five sets Friday night in Riverton. The scores were 25-23, 29-31, 14-25, 25-18, and 12-15, as the Lady Generals fell to 18-11 overall and 4-4 in conference. Leaders in the game were Jill Espeland with 26 digs and Tyler Chrisman with 12 Read More

Rams breeze by Moorcroft, 55-20

BIG HORN — The Big Horn Rams toughest regular season games are most likely behind them. While it’s a different sort of late-season challenge, they’re intent on finding ways to improve and hone their execution, even against teams at the bottom of the table. The Rams handled winless Moorcroft Wolves Friday in their 2013 homecoming Read More

Generals finding cohesion

SHERIDAN — While plenty are still outside watching football for the next couple weeks, basketball season heats up at the Golden Dome Friday night. There have been plenty of distractions as the Sheridan College Generals started practice this month, ones perhaps telling of the hype that follows the men’s basketball team into their 2013-14 season. Read More

Sheridan hosts ‘dangerous’ Natrona team Friday

October 17, 2013

SHERIDAN — Win and you’re set. Easier said than done. Still in control of their own destiny, the Broncs host 4A defending champ Natrona Friday night as they take another step toward securing the No. 2 seed for the 4A playoffs. Friday has the look of another classic fight atop 4A football, something Sheridan and Read More

Weekend in Sports: Big Horn finishes season at home

Big Horn Homecoming: Rams host 0-6 Moorcroft SHERIDAN — The Big Horn Rams have the good fortune of closing their season with two games at home. They’ll play Moorcroft Friday for their homecoming game, and Big Horn’s homecoming is a happy one after two impressive road wins, made more so by the fact that they won Read More

Generals comeback falls short in 2-1 loss

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College soccer team looked destined to equalize Wednesday afternoon. Playing a makeup game from Oct. 5 after snowstorms kept them off the field, the Generals fell 2-1 to the Northeastern Junior College Plainsmen yesterday at Maier Field. “It was another close one that we just couldn’t seem to close out,” head coach Read More

Military appreciation event at Friday’s SHS-Natrona game

October 16, 2013

SHERIDAN — Friday night’s Sheridan High School football game will feature a military appreciation event. Past and present military members get into the game free, and there will be a ceremony at halftime where they will be invited onto the field to be recognized. A bus will run to the VA Medical Center, bringing those who Read More

Sheridan College men’s rodeo team finishes fall season in third place

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College men’s rodeo team had one of its best fall seasons in recent years. After completing the fifth of their fall rodeos over the weekend in Laramie, the team breaks until March and the men’s squad sits in third place behind Casper and Gillette colleges. Five Generals are scattered among the early Central Rocky Mountain Region Read More

Woodward named MWC preseason player of the year

October 15, 2013

SHERIDAN — Sheridan’s Kayla Woodward was named Mountain West Conference Preseason Player of the Year, the school announced today. But the surprise came as the Cowgirls were picked to finish second in the preseason MWC poll, receiving four first-place votes. FSU was picked to top the conference as they took 17 first-place votes, while San Read More

Lady Rams fall to Wright in makeup game; at TR Thurs.

October 16, 2013

BIG HORN — The Big Horn Lady Rams fell to Wright Tuesday night in a makeup game from Friday, Oct. 4. The Lady Rams lost in four games. Winning the second set, they were unable to defeat the top-ranked 2A Northeast squad Wright. Despite the 3-1 loss, head coach Leigh McLaughlin said she was pleased with Read More

A step above the rest: Julia Fenn cruises to 2nd 4A state tennis title

October 15, 2013

SHERIDAN — It’s pretty easy to understand how good Julia Fenn is at tennis. As is the case with many great athletes, the roots of her fast ascendancy aren’t hard to trace, either. The Sheridan High School sophomore repeated as 4A state tennis champion for the Lady Broncs at No. 1 singles last week, completing Read More

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