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Local high schoolers competing in national rodeos

June 23, 2015

SHERIDAN — The month of July will be a busy one for a few local high school rodeo athletes. The National High School Finals Rodeo will begin on July 12 and run through the week. The top four in point standings at the end of the Wyoming high school rodeo season qualified for the National Read More

A record-setting weekend: Oregon native breaks Trail Run 100-mile record

June 22, 2015

DAYTON — As Co-Race Director Michelle Maneval sat at the finish line of the Bighorn Mountain Wild and Scenic Trail Run Saturday in Dayton, she had her toes in the grass and a smile on her face. It was another successful year of the race — the 23rd in its history — and now it Read More

Big Horn Polo Club opens season

BIG HORN — After rain delayed the start of the season for the Big Horn Polo Club, there was plenty of sunshine Sunday for the first match of the summer. Perk’s Horspital won the Powder Horn Cup Sunday at the Big Horn Equestrian Center by defeating JC Ranch 8-5. Perk’s Horspital’s Troy Lequerica was named Read More

SC to host girls basketball camp

June 19, 2015

SHERIDAN — It’s not too late to sign up for the Sheridan College girls summer basketball camp. Sheridan College women’s basketball coaches will host the camp for all players in grades kindergarten through 12. The camp will be held Monday through Thursday at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome from 9 a.m. to noon. Along with Read More

Big Horn’s Kirk McLaughlin named Coach of the Year

BIG HORN — The Wyoming Coaches Association announced its 2015 Spring Coaches of the Year Friday, and Big Horn High School’s Kirk McLaughlin for 2A girls track and field was honored. McLaughlin coached the Big Horn girls track team to the 2015 state title, their first since 2007. Big Horn had 12 athletes earn spots Read More

Jets continue winning ways with sweep of Cody

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Jets continued their winning ways Thursday by taking two easy wins over Cody junior varsity. Much like Wednesday’s doubleheader with Lovell, the Jets won Thursday’s games in two very different ways. In the first game, Sheridan brought their hot hitting with them from Lovell. They had 16 hits as a couple Read More

Thomas, Boyle win Powder Horn Ladies day

SHERIDAN — Charlene Thomas and Mimi Boyle posted the low gross scores for the Powder Horn Ladies Golf Association matches Thursday morning at the Powder Horn. The low net score winner was Janice Johnson, and Jean Spiegelberg finished second. Teresa Dewald won the longest putt contest, and Lisa Bernard won closest to the pin. Some Read More

Run to the hills: Wild and Scenic Trail Run coming

June 18, 2015

DAYTON — Art Baures has devoted a lifetime to distance running. Between running himself and coaching the numerous teenagers coming in and out of the Sheridan High School cross-country program, he’s experienced the sport from pretty much all angles. But it’s the ultramarathoners that come passing through the 50-mile turning point of the Bighorn Mountain Read More

Spencer, Garner leaving Recreation District

SHERIDAN — There are some big changes coming to the Sheridan Recreation District in the coming weeks. Program supervisors Robbie Spencer and Brandon Garner have both filed resignations, opening two positions at the District. The Recreation District board met Wednesday, and the top item on the agenda was the resignations of Spencer and Garner and Read More

Walks, hits earn Jets two easy wins in Lovell

SHERIDAN — Hits or no hits, the Sheridan Jets found multiple ways to put runs on the board in their doubleheader with Lovell Wednesday. The Jets dominated the doubleheader, scoring 35 total runs in the two games. And they did it differently each time. The game-one box score looked odd at first glance. The Jets Read More

Troopers bounce back after losing first two in Omaha

June 17, 2015

SHERIDAN — The weekend got off to a slow start for the Sheridan Troopers, but they were able to end their three-game stretch in Omaha on a high note. Between visits to the College World Series, the Troopers faced off against some fresh opponents over the weekend. Sheridan went 1-2 against teams from Colorado and Read More

CNFR kicks off in Casper

June 16, 2015

SHERIDAN — Two Sheridan College rodeo athletes made the short trip to Casper to compete in the College National Finals Rodeo this week. Tioni Erickson and Tayte Clark qualified for the CNFR, which kicked off yesterday at the Casper Events Center. Clark got off to a rough start in saddle bronc riding, recording a no Read More

Bernards, Boyles win LeDoux Golf Tournament

SHERIDAN — The team of Lisa Bernard, Tommy Bernard, Tom Boyle and Mimi Boyle posted the low score of the Chris LeDoux Spurs and Spikes Memorial Golf Tournament at the Powder Horn Saturday. The annual tournament honors the memory of country music and rodeo star Chris LeDoux, a Kaycee native. LeDoux was a champion on Read More

North dominates South, 3rd-straight Shrine Bowl victory

June 15, 2015

SHERIDAN — The North continued their recent dominance Saturday and took home an easy 40-14 victory for their third straight Shrine Bowl title. Just like a year ago in the football matchup, it was the North’s defense that got things going in Casper. In 2014, an early interception led to a long touchdown pass to Read More

Montana sweeps Wyoming in all-star series

SHERIDAN — The Montana All-Stars continued their dominance of the Wyoming-Montana all-star basketball series by completing the weekend sweep in Billings, Montana, Saturday. After taking two wins in Sheridan Friday night, the Montana boys and girls won both games on their home floor the following day. For the Wyoming girls, the offense just wasn’t clicking. Read More

Wyoming All-Star teams drop two games to Montana

June 13, 2015

SHERIDAN — It was a tale of two halves for both the Wyoming girls and boys all-star teams last night. The Wyoming All-Stars took on the Montana All-Stars at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome Friday evening in the first of a two-day series, and things went the way of the visitors. In the girls game, Read More

Local footballers prepping for Wyo. Shrine Bowl

June 12, 2015

SHERIDAN — The Tongue River, Big Horn and Sheridan football programs all made runs to the postseason last year, and a group of seniors from the three schools will be rewarded Saturday in Casper. Pierce Jardine, Christian Mayer, Kerry Powers, Mason Lube, Joe Shassetz and Colbey Bruney will all participate in the Wyoming Shrine Bowl Read More

Rain postpones polo season

BIG HORN — The Big Horn Polo Club was set to kick off the 2015 summer season on Sunday, but rain has put a hold on any polo, at least for now. Big Horn Polo Club President Perk Connell estimated that there has been close to eight inches of rain out at the Big Horn Read More

Column: Celebrating one year in Sheridan

June 10, 2015

Happy Anniversary to me! It’s been 366 days since I first plopped my butt into my chair here at The Sheridan Press in good ol’ Sheridan, Wyoming. My keyboard is a little dirtier, my desk is full of rosters and game notes and, at least I hope, your minds are a little more enriched from Read More

Jets take two in Lovell, Troopers struggle in Billings

SHERIDAN — They weren’t hitting the ball a lot, but the Sheridan Jets took advantage of some poor Lovell pitching to secure two wins yesterday. In the first game, Sheridan only had six hits, but six Lovell errors resulted in 10 runs for the Jets in their 10-0 victory. The Jets jumped to an early Read More

Hurdling the competition: Bard claims four state titles

June 9, 2015

BIG HORN — Hurdling has become second nature for Bailey Bard. She bounds them as gracefully as a hawk swooping into the water to grab a bite to eat. As a sophomore, she was the 300-meter hurdles state champion, and she’s established herself as one of the state’s best. But on May 16, her most Read More

He shoots, he scores: Crow spring athlete of the year

June 8, 2015

SHERIDAN — Dontae Crow likes to score goals. Just ask him. It’s his favorite thing to do on the soccer field. And it’s a good thing, because he does a lot of that. Crow led the Sheridan Broncs in goals scored this season with 18, each one equally as impressive as the others. More impressive, Read More

Jets have up and down weekend

SHERIDAN — Both pitching duels and slugfests filled the Sheridan Jets busy weekend as they split their four games with teams from Billings, Montana, and Rapid City, South Dakota. The Jets started the weekend very sluggish with a 9-0 loss Saturday against the Billings Angels. Nolan Woodward of Billings kept the Jets bats quiet after Read More

Wright, Ebzery post low PH league scores; Fall cards ace

June 5, 2015

SHERIDAN — Joe Wright and Matt Ebzery each shot a 3-under par 33 to post the low scores in the Thursday Night Men’s Golf League at the Powder Horn. They also had 6-under net scores of 30. Tyler Johnson shot 34 for third place with Doug Dewald and Mike Urbatchka each carding 36 in first Read More

Troopers fall to Rapid City in home game opener

SHERIDAN — Before the rain came pouring down at Thorne-Rider Stadium, there was a drought in the batter’s box for the Sheridan Troopers. The Troopers were sending the ball deep early in their home opener Friday evening, but a Rapid City pitching change in the second inning shook the home team and resulted in an Read More

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