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Wrapping up their best team finish in three years, four SC rodeo team members shoot for CNFR berths

May 1, 2013

SHERIDAN — Positioning for its best team finish in years, the SC rodeo team will be fighting for three individual CNFR berths this weekend. The Sheridan College men won the Gillette College rodeo in mid-March, flying back into action after a fifth-place team finish last fall. Sheridan’s standout performances on their way to a 440-point Read More

Track: SHS frosh, sophs fight off conditions in Gillette

SHERIDAN — Sheridan High School freshman and sophomore track athletes competed in a meet in Gillette Tuesday. Mariah Grant, Janika Sweeny and Brian Kjerstad each won events as the team fought off poor weather conditions. “The meet in Gillette was very good for our young kids because the freshmen and sophomores were able to compete with Read More

Golf: Big Horn girls win Devils Tower tourney

SHERIDAN — The Big Horn girls nabbed their first team victory this spring at the Devils Tower golf tournament Tuesday in Hulett. The Lady Rams shot a one-day 306, 10 strokes ahead of the four-team field. Head coach Mila Stender was pleased with her team’s result in just their third tournament this year. “Conditions were Read More

Generals get Cal transfer

SHERIDAN — The Generals men’s basketball team has added yet another impressive frame to their 2013 squad. Kaileb Rodriguez is a 6-foot-9-inch 225-pound forward who will transfer to SC after redshirting at the University of California last season. Rodriguez is a Denver-native where he averaged 11 points, seven boards, four blocks and three assists per game Read More

Shyatt, Legerski, Branch in Sheridan Wednesday for Cowboy Joe Club event

April 30, 2013

SHERIDAN — Wyoming Cowboys fans have a chance to meet three UW coaches Wednesday night at the Holiday Inn. Men’s basketball coach Larry Shyatt, women’s hoops coach Joe Legerski and wrestling coach Mark Branch are scheduled to attend a Cowboy Joe Club event in town tomorrow at 5:30 p.m. The club also announced that the annual Cowboy Read More

Lady Broncs beat South, set up big game Friday in Gillette

SHERIDAN — The Lady Broncs have positioned themselves well for a postseason run after a win Monday night in Casper. Sheridan beat Cheyenne South 4-1, bouncing back from a tough weekend against Cheyenne East and Central in which they dropped two games without scoring a goal. “It was good to have the kids just relax and play and Read More

Opening Day Home Run 5K results

PHOTO: Sheridan Troopers pitcher Drew Adriaens hands a ball to Mariann Foster, walking with her daughter Maria Saturday afternoon at Thorne-Rider Stadium. Foster threw out the first pitch prior to the Troopers first game of the year against Cody after she won the inaugural Opening Day Home Run 5K race that morning. The event was a Read More

Registration open for SC booster club golf tourney

SHERIDAN – There are still spots open for the Sheridan College Booster Club’s annual spring golf tournament. The four-person scramble is scheduled for 1 p.m. May 17 at the Powder Horn, and is one of the college booster club’s biggest fundraisers. The college encourages players to register early, due to the tournament’s annual popularity. Last year’s event Read More

Troop sweep Cody in opening day doubleheader

April 29, 2013

SHERIDAN — Plenty of quality at bats and, for the most part, solid pitching led to a 2-0 start for the Troop Saturday in Sheridan. Sheridan withstood a rough second inning from opening day starting pitcher Drew Adriaens to take the first game 9-6 over the Cody Cubs at Thorne-Rider Stadium. In the finale, wild Read More

Soccer: East 3, Lady Broncs 0

SHERIDAN — A 3-0 defeat left the Sheridan girls soccer team again searching for answers Saturday in their final home contest of the regular season. A heartbreaking 1-0 overtime defeat at the hands of Cheyenne Central Friday night preceded the 3-0 loss to Cheyenne East Saturday. The Lady Broncs fell behind early when a cross Read More

Bronc golfers second again

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan boys have finished second in every tournament they’ve entered this season. While they’ve only seen action in three tournaments, they’ve shown consistency during a spring that has left the Broncs with limited time on the course. “With a second place finish in all three, it’s nice to see,” head coach Larry Martoglio said after Read More

Golf: TR boys 3rd, BH girls 2nd in Moorcroft

SHERIDAN — The Big Horn and Tongue River teams finally saw some action on the links Saturday as they attempt to salvage what’s left of their depleted spring golf schedule. The Lady Rams 326 was behind Lusk’s 274 Saturday, good enough for second place at the Moorcroft Invite. Big Horn was led by Taylor Nance, who shot a Read More

Berg, Rotellini win events for SHS at KW Invite

SHERIDAN — Michael Rotellini and Nate Berg led the Sheridan High School track team at the Kelly Walsh Invite Saturday in Casper. Rotellini took first in the 800-meter run, finishing the race in 1:59.77 and qualifying for state in the process. “He took the lead on the second lap and put distance on the field in Read More

SHS girls fall 1-0 in overtime

April 26, 2013

SHERIDAN — It was a game of two halves, but overtime was all that mattered Friday for the SHS girls. Sheridan dropped a 1-0 nail-biter to Cheyenne Central, after the Lady Indians Erin McIntyre headed home a corner kick in the first overtime period at Scott Field. Sheridan held the ball in Central’s defensive half for Read More

SHS boys fight to scoreless draw with Central

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan boys soccer team had what coach Kevin Rizer characterized as “their best game of the season,” however the Broncs had to settle for a 0-0 tie with Cheyenne Central. “We outplayed them and outshot them,” Rizer said. The Broncs fell 2-1 to Central earlier this season, but saw several golden opportunities Read More

Broncs second, Lady Broncs fourth in Powell golf tourney

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan boys golf team equalled their best finish of the spring season, taking second at the Powell tournament, while the Sheridan girls took fourth Friday afternoon. Jack Mavrakis led the way for the Sheridan boys, taking second with a 74. He finished two strokes behind Powell’s Bowe Prestwich. “I am really suprised, Read More

Sheridan County at Track Classic

Sheridan: Rotellini, Edeen third SHERIDAN — Sheridan athletes battled at the Track Classic Friday at Natrona County High School on a day when six different meet records were broken. While no Sheridan County athletes competed in this year’s girls 100-meter hurdles, Mikalah Skates of Kelly Walsh broke SHS alumna Shauna Smith’s 2001 Track Classic record Read More

SC soccer announces first three recruits

SHERIDAN — Sheridan College added a striker, a midfielder and a goalkeeper with their first three men’s soccer recruits. The first-year program announced the addition of two South Dakota products along with an English player Friday morning. Sheridan College head coach Austin Albers said he plans to fill four international scholarships, using the remaining ones to recruit Read More

Reloading after a record year: 2013 Sheridan Troopers

SHERIDAN — That 2012 season is going to be hard to match. As the 2013 Sheridan Troopers get new guys up to speed, they’re going to focus on things they can control. For example, they can’t win a team-record 49 games in Saturday’s opening day doubleheader with Cody. Head coach Ben Phillips admits that this Read More

2013 NFL Draft Live Blog: The silly spectacle

The NFL draft has become a three-day televised event, with hours upon hours of played-up argumentative speculation by ESPN from behind a desk and a podium. More than 800 media credentials are issued to cover the NFL Combine. All this, while no actual football games are played. The following are things that actually happened last night on Read More

Broncos go with DT Williams in first round

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — An abundance of riches on offense. An abundance of bigness on defense. The Denver Broncos added another big defensive tackle in the draft Thursday and felt like they got a big bargain, as well, when they chose 313-pound Sylvester Williams of North Carolina in the first round. A team that’s all Read More

Huff getting a look at safety at Wyoming camp

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — Marqueston Huff has been practicing at safety during spring camp. The Wyoming senior has been a cornerback for his first three years. He has 122 tackles and has forced eight turnovers. He scored two defensive touchdowns in 2011, both on fumble returns. Huff played the safety position in high school in Read More

Montana football player cited for DUI

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — A University of Montana football player is charged with driving under the influence after a Missoula police officer stopped him for speeding. The Missoulian reports  William “Bo” Harris was stopped for driving 45 mph in a 25 mph zone early on April 14. Court records say Harris’ blood-alcohol level was 0.097 Read More

13 county athletes qualify for Track Classic in Casper

April 25, 2013

SHERIDAN — Sheridan County athletes will compete in the annual Track Classic in Casper this weekend at Natrona County High School. The following is a list of qualifiers from Sheridan County, with top state qualifiers listed first. 2013 Track Classic at Natrona County High School Place, Name, School, Time Boys 100 Meter-Dash Top time: Ben Mancuso Read More

Cowboys prep for spring game

Annual Brown vs. Gold clash set for 2 p.m. Saturday in Laramie Rufran takes leadership role with UW receivers LARAMIE (AP) — It’s safe to say the deepest aspect of the Wyoming football team is its receiving corps. It also could be argued that this is the most talented part of the team. Among UW’s Read More

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