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Scherry scores PH hole-in-one

July 7, 2014

SHERIDAN — Jon Scherry carded a hole-in-one on Wednesday, July 2, at the Powder Horn. Scherry hit a pitching wedge on the Eagle course’s number three hole, a 135-yard par three. Witnesses were Brian Morgen, Frank Hagen and George Dukich.

Troopers split with the Cubs on the road

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Troopers traveled to Cody yesterday for a doubleheader against the Cubs. The Troopers split the series, losing game one 15-11 and winning the second game 6-5. In what Coach Ben Phillips described as just an off day for his team, the Troopers defense was the difference maker in game one of Read More

Lady Generals awarded academic achievement award

July 4, 2014

SHERIDAN — To put an official end to their 2013-14 season, the Sheridan College Lady Generals basketball team added two Superior Academic Achievement Award recipients to their 19-win team. For the last 31 years, the National Junior College Athletic Association has been recognizing the academic success of its student-athletes with the annual awards. In 2013-14, Read More

SHS Booster Club tourney set for July 13

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School Booster Club is still accepting participants for the SHS Booster Club Golf Tournament taking place on July 13 at the Powder Horn. The tournament will consist of four-person teams playing 18 holes in a scramble format. After the tournament, players will get to enjoy a dinner hosted by Bronc Read More

Jets split with Gillette Tues.

July 3, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Jets continued to make some progress on the baseball field on Tuesday but were only able to come away with one victory in their doubleheader against Gillette JV. It has been a trend for the Jets all season long to split their doubleheaders, and the up and down play was in Read More

Sheridan blows out Douglas in doubleheader action Wednesday night

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Troopers traveled to Douglas last night and played their best baseball of the season, blowing out the Cats in both games of their doubleheader, 12-5 and 13-3. After questioning his team’s leadership after an extra-inning loss on Monday, coach Ben Phillips said his squad responded by stringing together two all-around solid Read More

More than competition, derby team makes time for community service

July 2, 2014

SHERIDAN — Sarah Erickson brags about her sign twirling skills as she stands on West Works Street with a bright orange poster board in her hands. Erickson and some of her Wild West Wreckers teammates are promoting a fundraiser, a garage sale to raise money for their team. If you aren’t one of the 440 Read More

Troopers fall to Jackson 8-7 in extra innings

July 1, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Troopers continued to struggle at the plate as they fell to the Jackson Giants in extra innings yesterday, 8-7. Lack of confidence in the batter’s box has been the Achilles’ heel for the Troopers all season, and yesterday’s game at Thorne-Rider Stadium was no different. Jackson pitcher Tristan Shockly was on Read More

SC welcomes new assistant volleyball coach

June 30, 2014

SHERIDAN — Eric Frey is no stranger to Sheridan, Wyoming or Sheridan College. Frey graduated from Sheridan High School in 1988 and has spent the last 10 seasons as the assistant volleyball coach at SHS. While at Sheridan High School, Frey helped lead the Lady Broncs to a state championship in 2011. “I have coached Read More

Jets split doubleheader in Lovell, continue up-and-down play

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Jets continued their up-and-down trend of the season, splitting their doubleheader with Lovell on Saturday. Game one of the doubleheader was another uphill climb, as the Jets gave up two runs in the first inning against Lovell. Another three runs in the bottom of the third gave Lovell an early 5-0 Read More

Three-day camp to be held next week

June 27, 2014

SHERIDAN — Head coach Mallery Marshall and the Sheridan High School girl’s soccer team are hosting a three-day summer soccer camp next week at Sheridan High School. All girls from fourth through ninth grades are invited to attend for the camp, beginning on Monday. The camp will run Monday through Wednesday from 8-11 a.m., along Read More

Local athlete commits to the UW track program

SHERIDAN—Maddy McClure’s first year running track competitively didn’t happen until her senior year of high school. Luckily for her, it wasn’t her last. The Sheridan High School graduate officially committed to continue her track career at the University of Wyoming next year. Although she only ran one year of track in high school, McClure was Read More

Jets defeated in long night of baseball

SHERIDAN — A long night on the field resulted in two tough losses for the Sheridan Jets as they battled against the Casper Drillers last night. In the first game of their doubleheader, the Jets outhit the Drillers, but were unable to bring the runners around to score, losing 7-5. Noah Gustafson was on the Read More

Cancer benefit trap shoot this weekend

June 26, 2014

SHERIDAN—The Sheridan County Sportsman Club is teaming up with H&R Block to host a trap shoot this weekend to benefit cancer awareness. The event will be held at the Sportsman Club on both Saturday and Sunday beginning at 9 a.m. The trap shoot is open to the public, and all proceeds from the event will Read More

Baas shoots his ‘age,’ but goes one better

SHERIDAN — Bill Baas, who celebrated his 73rd birthday on June 14, shot a one-under-his-age even par 72 on Saturday at the Powder Horn. Baas became just the fourth Powder Horn member to shoot his age or better. “It’s so much fun that I’m going to do it again,” Baas said. Baas said he recently Read More

Troopers: Stranded runners hurt team in two losses

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Troopers played two solid games last night against the Casper Drillers but were unable to score when they had chances, losing both games of the doubleheader. The first game of the night was a nine-inning conference game that came down to runners left on base. The score was close for most Read More

Jets split doubleheader

June 25, 2014

SHERIDAN—The Sheridan Jets continued their up-and-down play from the weekend as they split their doubleheader with the Billings Cardinals on Tuesday. After rain ended their tournament early on Sunday, the Jets carried their solid performance into the first game of Tuesday night’s doubleheader, besting the Cardinals 10-9. The Jets found themselves in a 4-0 hole Read More

Trooper Baseball Camp to start tomorrow

SHERIDAN—There’s still time to sign up for the 20th Annual Trooper Baseball Camp, which starts tomorrow at Thorne-Rider Stadium. Anyone ages 7-15 can sign up to partake in the camp, hosted by the Sheridan American Legion baseball staff and players. The camp will stress the fundamentals of baseball and the importance of having fun while Read More

Jets finish .500 after up and down weekend

June 24, 2014

SHERIDAN — It was an up and down weekend for the Sheridan Jets as they finished 2-2 at the Rapid City Big Stick Tournament in Rapid City, South Dakota. The Jets jumped out to a good start in their first game of the tournament against Legend High School (Colorado) on Thursday, but couldn’t finish it Read More

Schuelke takes top spot in all-around

SHERIDAN — To say that the College National Finals Rodeo went well for Sheridan College would be an understatement. Head coach Marc Gilkerson described the week as, “awesome.” Two riders from Sheridan College made the trip to Casper last week to represent Sheridan College and compete in the rodeo. They finished fourth in the team Read More

Only 60 percent finish this year’s races

June 23, 2014

SHERIDAN — Despite being a beautiful weekend, it was a rough one for many of the participants in this year’s Bighorn Mountain Wild and Scenic Trail Run, as only 60 percent of the runners finished the race. This year marked the 22nd year for the event, and the 13th anniversary of the 100-mile run. Along Read More

Troopers suffer two losses after inconsistency

SHERIDAN — Another inconsistent day at the plate led to two more losses for the Sheridan Troopers on Sunday. Rapid City 320 made the trip to Sheridan yesterday and handed the Troopers two losses in their doubleheader. After Rapid City jumped to an early 2-0 lead through the first three innings, a bases clearing double Read More

High School Finals Rodeo held in Douglas last week

June 20, 2014

SHERIDAN — The rodeo season isn’t quite over for some Sheridan High School students, as a good week at the state finals qualified them for the National High School Finals Rodeo. A plethora of high school athletes traveled to Douglas last week to compete in the Wyoming State Finals Rodeo. Top performances in the state Read More

Junior High Finals Rodeo

SHERIDAN — Two Sheridan students will have the opportunity to compete in the National Junior High Finals Rodeo starting this weekend in Des Moines, Iowa. Kade Koltiska, a seventh-grader at Big Horn, qualified for the NJHFR to compete in barrel racing, pole bending and ribbon roping. Anna Zowada, a Sheridan eighth-grader, will compete in barrel Read More

20th annual Trooper camp to start next week

SHERIDAN—The 20th annual Trooper baseball camp begins next week at Thorne-Rider Stadium. Anyone ages 7-15 can sign up to partake in the camp, hosted by the Sheridan American Legion baseball staff and players. The camp will stress the fundamentals of baseball and the importance of having fun while playing the game. The camp costs $35 Read More

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