Local Sports

Two local athletes sign to rodeo at next level

April 4, 2014

SHERIDAN — Following their dreams, Jeffery Zdziarski and Brandt Ross of Sheridan High School have signed on to continue rodeo at the collegiate level. Zdziarski will be joining Gillette’s College rodeo team and Ross will join Montana State University’s rodeo team. “I really like the coach at MSU,” Ross said. “Overall the whole place was Read More

Sheridan Generals volleyball host their spring tournament this weekend

April 3, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College women’s volleyball team will make its first appearance of the spring season Sunday as the Lady Generals face the Casper Thunderbirds. The Lady Generals will play three matches during the one-day tournament, taking on the Thunderbirds at 9 a.m., Black Hills State University Yellow Jackets at 11 a.m, and the Read More

Butcher joins Sheridan College rodeo team

SHERIDAN — Kane Butcher from Laramie High School will join the Sheridan College rodeo team this fall. Butcher has been competing for the Laramie High School rodeo team in steer wrestling, team roping and tie down calf roping. He has qualified for the national high school rodeo finals the past two years. Butcher will be Read More

Troopers take to the cages

April 2, 2014

SHERIDAN — Troopers Coach Ben Phillips said that despite fielding what will likely be a young team this year, he believes Sheridan’s baseball team has the opportunity to succeed. “This year looks pretty positive,” head coach Ben Phillips said. “We have some kids coming back from last year, but also have a lot of new Read More

Webb Wright registrations now open

SHERIDAN — Webb Wright Baseball registrations are currently open for the current first-graders through sixth-graders. Registration will close on April 18. The cost for Peewees (current first- or second-graders) is $30. The cost for Intermediate teams (third- and fourth-graders) is $35 and the cost for the Minors (current fifth- or sixth-graders) is $40. Minors will Read More

Former Story resident honored at Stanford University golf tourney

SHERIDAN — On March 27, Stanford University changed the name of their golf tournament name to “The Goodwin” in honor of Wally Goodwin a former golf coach, former Story resident and the recruit for one of Sheridan’s best-known golfers — Jim Benepe. “It was such a great honor for me,” Goodwin said Tuesday. “Not many Read More

Sheridan Generals rodeo team competes at CSU

April 1, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College Rodeo team competed at Colorado State University over the weekend. The men’s team placed third with 375 points and the women’s team placed fifth with 70 points. In saddle bronc riding the Generals had back-to-back placers, with Zeke Thurston placing second with 131 points and Dillon Barkshire placing third with Read More

Tongue River athletes take first in several events at Greybull

DAYTON — Tongue River track competed at the Bill Gerrard track meet in Greybull this past weekend. “The weather was great,” head coach Chuck Walters said. “The meet was very small, but it was great nonetheless for us to be able to get times and distance in.” Tongue River’s Miciah Huff placed first in the Read More

Sheridan Lady Broncs fall short to Laramie

March 31, 2014

LARAMIE — The Laramie Lady Plainsmen put a stop to the Lady Broncs winning streak Saturday afternoon. Sheridan Lady Broncs lost to Laramie 0-4. “I walked away feeling the girls played extremely well,” coach Mallery Marshall said. “They played strong defense. Laramie is just a real tough team.” The Lady Broncs played stong in the Read More

Sheridan track teams take fourth, sixth at Cody invite

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School track and field team had a good showing at the Yellowstone Sports Medicine Invite on Saturday with several finishes in the top eight. “The Yellowstone Medicine Invite in Cody was a good start to the outdoor season with good competition from the teams that attended,” head coach Art Baures Read More

Broncs soccer falls to Laramie

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Broncs soccer team ran into the Laramie Plainsmen on Saturday afternoon, suffering a 0-5 loss. Coach Kevin Rizer said the loss allows the team to see what they need to work on. “If in the end we are playing in the state championship game, this game we would be able to Read More

Rams holds their own against larger schools; TR travels

March 28, 2014

SHERIDAN — After an unexpected cancellation of a meet in Buffalo, the Big Horn High School track team rerouted to Casper to compete in the 2014 Natrona Invite Friday. The team from Big Horn was one of three 2A teams, while the rest were 3A or 4A, and the group held their own against the Read More

Broncs decimate Cheyenne South 9-0 at home

SHERIDAN – The Sheridan Broncs came into the weekend decimating Cheyenne South 9-0 for their first home game Friday night. The Broncs controlled the pace of the game from start to finish. Sheridan Bronc Sophmore Goalie Zach Campbell was only challenged three times. Campbell was able to save all three attempts keeping South at 0 Read More

Lady Broncs stomp the Bison 6-0

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School Lady Broncs soccer team shut out Cheyenne South on their home field Friday night with a final score of 6-0. The game served as a weekend opener for the girls’ game against Laramie this morning. Coach Mallery Marshall said she was expecting Friday’s win, but that the game time Read More

Lacrosse comes to Sheridan

Sheridan — While Sheridan doesn’t have a local lacrosse team, area residents will get a taste of the game this weekend. On Saturday at 2 p.m the rival West Billings and Rapid City lacrosse teams will play at Sheridan High School field. Lacrosse combines the skills of hockey, soccer and football.

SC team midway through their spring season

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Generals rodeo team is midway through their season and with three rodeos left coach Mark Gilkerson said he is pretty excited about how things are going. “We have some pretty talented women and men on our team,” Gilkerson said recently. “They are doing really well this spring season.” Zeke Thurston is Read More

Tongue River prepares for track season

March 27, 2014

DAYTON — Tongue River High School’s track team may be young this year, but coach Chuck Walters says they are ready for a successful season over the next few months. There are only three seniors on the team, but they are expected to provide some leadership to the team. Several underclassmen with experience will also Read More

Big Horn track returning several state qualifiers for the 2014 season

BIG HORN — Big Horn track coach Kirk McLaughlin said he has a solid overall team this year. “We should have a bright season with individual stars and overall team success,” he said. McLaughlin observed that the boys have depth in the throwing events and have the potential to score points for the team. There Read More

SC Booster Club to host golf tourney

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College Booster Club will host its annual spring golf tournament May 16 at 1 p.m. It is a four-person scrambler and costs $125 per golfer. The fee includes 18 holes of golf with a cart and practice balls. Each golfer will receive a gift bag and dinner at the awards ceremony, Read More

SHS Lady Broncs take 3-2 victory over Kelly Wash

March 26, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Lady Broncs soccer team played a make-up game from over the weekend on Tuesday night against Kelly Wash winning 3–2. The Lady Broncs battled the first half with Kelly Wash going into halftime with nothing on the scoreboard. “We definitely came out flat,” coach Mallery Marshall said. “The first half was basically Read More

Bethany McVay joins Sheridan Lady Generals soccer team

SHERIDAN — Bethany McVay will join the Sheridan College Lady Generals soccer team this fall. Bethany is from Newcastle and will graduate 10th in her class with a 3.6 GPA. She has been playing soccer since she was 5 years old and has lettered in varsity for all four years of high school. McVay said Read More

SHS boys soccer battles against Kelly Wash, earns a 1-0 win

SHERIDAN — The Broncs topped Kelly Wash Tuesday night, earning a 1-0 win in a make-up game scheduled after last weekend’s games were canceled due to weather. “Ultimately we played pretty well,” Broncs coach Kevin Rizer said. “We had lots of chances, so we need to work on completing those opportunities.” In the first half Read More

Athletes, coach earn awards at National Football Foundation

March 25, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Wyoming Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame held its 20th Annual Scholar-Athlete Awards Banquet on Saturday evening. There were 11 special awards recipients along with 14 scholar-athletes and the Courage and Perseverance Award winners from each of the five high school classifications and the University of Wyoming. Read More

Lady Generals to host girls basketball camp

SHERIDAN — Sheridan College Lady Generals coach Frank McCarthy will be hosting a girls skill development, shooting and fundamental instruction basketball camp June 16-19 at the Sheridan College Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome. The camp is for girls kindergarten through 12th grade and will be held from 9 a.m. to noon each day. Each camper will Read More

Fenn dominates another regional tournament

SHERIDAN — One of Sheridan’s most well-known tennis athletes, Julia Fenn, won another singles tournament this season giving her four tournament titles. Last weekend in Bozeman, Mont., in the 18 and under tournament, Fenn defeated Sophie M. Allen of Bozeman 6-0, 6-0 and Zoe Lindgren from Belgrade in the semis 6-0, 6-2. In the finals Read More

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