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Weekend sports outlook: Feb. 27-March 1

February 26, 2015

Friday Sheridan College Men’s basketball at Central Wyoming (Region IX Tourney), 7 p.m. Basketball Sheridan girls vs. Gillette, 5:30 p.m. Sheridan boys vs. Gillette, 7:30 p.m. Big Horn girls vs. Region Tourney, TBD Big Horn boys vs. Region Tourney, TBD Tongue River girls at Region Tourney, TBD Tongue River girls at Region Tourney, TBD Wrestling Read More

Lady Generals topple Eastern Wyoming

SHERIDAN — Zuzana Talackova was making it rain on Tuesday, and an efficient offensive night propelled the Sheridan College Lady Generals past Eastern Wyoming College 75-70 to close out the regular season. Despite the conference season ending last Saturday, Sheridan had one more game on their schedule before the conference tournament kicks off this weekend, Read More

Wrestler Kerry Powers commits to Air Force Academy

Bronc wrestler Kerry Powers signed his letter of intent Thursday morning to compete with the Air Force Academy. Pictured with Powers is Sheridan High School wrestling coach Tyson Shatto, right.

Column: Long live the court storm

February 25, 2015

After Kansas State defeated Kansas on Monday, the mass of Kansas State students in the bleachers left their seats and made their way to the court at Bramlage Coliseum. It was a party, a celebration after defeating the eighth-ranked team in the country and the crosstown rival. But there was something wrong with Monday’s court Read More

Signing day for a Big Horn athlete

SC signs two players for soccer teams

February 24, 2015

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College soccer program has added two players for the 2015 season. Dustin Gaskill has signed to play for Jeff Hallenbeck’s men’s soccer team next season at Sheridan College. Gaskill is a midfielder and striker from Show Low, Arizona. Kendall Bright officially joins the Sheridan College women’s soccer team as the first Read More

Hawks split with Douglas in final games outdoors

February 23, 2015

SHERIDAN — Their last games in the frigid outside weather brought mixed results for the Sheridan Hawks. The Hawks opened up their weekend games with a 3-1 win over the Douglas Ice Cats on Saturday but fell 6-4 on Sunday. In the last game underneath the lights on Saturday, Douglas struck first with a goal Read More

Moser wins final home game of career in 58-42 TR win Saturday

DAYTON — Dianne Moser had been through 41 senior nights before, but this one was different. Saturday’s game against the Big Horn Lady Rams was not only the last home game for a handful of Tongue River players but was also the last home game for Moser, the only head coach Tongue River Lady Eagle Read More

Tongue River boys upset Rams

DAYTON — Season records don’t mean anything in rivalry games, just ask the Tongue River Eagles basketball team. On Saturday, the Eagles (8-15) knocked off conference leader Big Horn Rams (13-10) in a 48-42 game. Though the victory is sweet for the Eagles and demoralizing for the Rams, the game had no impact on the Read More

SHS boys at No. 1 seed, girls to face Gillette for top spot

Broncs slated as top seed for regionals SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Broncs basketball team went into the weekend hoping for at least a second-place seed in the conference. Three days later, the Broncs are slated as the top seed in the regional tournament. The Broncs 58-49 victory over Cheyenne South Saturday secured Sheridan as the Read More

17 SHS wrestlers heading to state

SHERIDAN — Sheridan High School is sending 17 wrestlers to the state tournament in Casper after a second-place performance at the East Regionals over the weekend. The Broncs finished with 199.5 points in the regional tournament but still fell 65.5 team points behind the 13-time defending state champions Gillette. First-place finishers for the Broncs included Read More

Five SHS runners break school records at Simplot Games

SHERIDAN — Competing against some of the top high school competition in North America, the 21 athletes competing for Sheridan High School put up some impressive performances at the 2015 Simplot Games this weekend. The Lady Bronc 400 meter relay team of Peyton Bomar, Mariah Grant, Madesta Shepard and Gabby Edeen shattered the school record Read More

SC teams fall to Miles CC

SC women lose to Miles CC, drop to 3-seed SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College Lady Generals couldn’t get anything going offensively on Saturday, resulting in a 70-60 loss at Miles Community College. Zuzana Talackova and Tiana Hanson were the only players to score in double figures for Sheridan, and the Lady Generals only got six Read More

Sheridan defeats Laramie on the road

February 21, 2015

SHERIDAN — The Players of Sheridan High School dealt out a double dose of defeat Friday night as both the boys and girls basketball teams took down Laramie on the road. Heading in to the game, the no. 3 ranked Broncs were chasing down the no. 1 ranked Plainsmen’s record. Thanks to the 75-64 victory, Read More

Lady Rams top Lady Bulldogs 52-42

BIG HORN — It wasn’t pretty, but the Big Horn Lady Rams (15-7) will gladly take a 52-42 victory over the Sundance Lady Bulldogs (3-15). From the opening tip off, neither team wanted to pull ahead. Both Big Horn and Sundance took turns tying each others’ leads, answering each other’s points. Both teams used a Read More

Lady Eagles claim conference championship on the road

SHERIDAN — The Tongue River boys and girls basketball teams will play their last home games of the season today after returning home victorious Friday night, each team scoring 56 points against opponent Wright on the road. The Lady Eagles claimed the conference championship by defeating Wright 56-41. Wright took an early lead but TR Read More

Rams beat Bulldogs 68-38

BIG HORN— The four Big Horn seniors honored in their last home game of the season were given an added parting gift of a conference championship last night. Fantastic play from all corners of the court resulted in a Big Horn Rams 68-38 rout of the Sundance (1-17) Bulldogs. It was almost over before it Read More

Dayton native earns spot on dean’s list

February 20, 2015

DAYTON — Hannah Engelhardt of Dayton, a fourth-year student in the graphic design program at the Rochester Institute of Technology’s College of Imaging Arts and Sciences, made the dean’s list for the fall 2014 semester. Degree-seeking undergraduate students are eligible for the dean’s list if their term GPA is greater than or equal to 3.4; Read More

Suska takes second place in Billings

SHERIDAN — Six junior tennis players traveled to Billings last weekend to compete in the Frostbite Tennis Tournament. Quinton Suska, Quinton Brooks, Jaxon Porterfield, Pacey Grover, Ethan Kutz and Julia Kutz all made the trip to Billings. While a number of Sheridan’s competitors reached the semifinals, Suska had the best showing of the six Sheridan Read More

Sheridan County YMCA to host handball tourney this weekend

February 19, 2015

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County YMCA will play host to the Sheridan Classic Handball Tournament this weekend. Thirty-two of the nation’s top handball players, including one world champion and two national finalists, will partake in the event, coming from Colorado, Montana and Wyoming. The Sheridan Classic, now in its 40th year, was first organized by Read More

Weekend Sports Outlook

Friday Basketball Sheridan girls at Laramie, 5:30 p.m. Sheridan boys at Laramie, 7 p.m. Big Horn girls vs. Sundance, 5:30 p.m. Big Horn boys vs. Sundance, 7 p.m. Tongue River girls at Wright, 5:30 p.m. Tongue River boys at Wright, 7 p.m. Arvada-Clearmont girls vs. Hulett, 4 p.m. Arvada-Clearmont boys vs. Hulett, 5:30 p.m. Wrestling Sheridan Read More

Sign-ups open for SC vball camp

February 18, 2015

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College spring volleyball camp begins this Sunday, but registration is still open for players in grades six through 12. The camp will help teach and develop the individual skills and team concepts of the game of volleyball. While working closely with Sheridan College volleyball players and staff, campers will focus on Read More

Lady Generals topple Gillette: Women have near-lock on No. 2 seed

SHERIDAN — With 30 seconds to go, Sheridan College head women’s basketball coach Frank McCarthy subbed in Morgan Thiel for Zuzana Talackova, and all five Sheridan sophomores were on the floor. A possession later, McCarthy subbed all five of them out together with one final ovation and a 79-65 victory over Gillette College. It was Read More

Generals fall short in matchup with Gillette: Lufile nabs 23 points, 25 rebounds in Tuesday matchup

SHERIDAN — As Gillette College head coach Shawn Neary stood in the hallway outside the visitor’s locker room at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome last night, his son gave him a bit of a recap of the game against the Sheridan Generals. “He had 23 and 25,” the young Neary said. “He killed you guys, Read More

Column: Charging call needs a little work

Ask any basketball coach at any level, and they’ll tell you how important taking a charge can be to a game. Sheridan College head coach Matt Hammer gets on his guys on a daily basis for not stepping over and taking a charge. For a defender to have that in his arsenal can become crucial Read More

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