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SC soccer ends season at Trinidad

October 20, 2014

SHERIDAN — The long soccer season came to an end for both the Sheridan College men’s and women’s soccer teams Saturday. Both teams suffered defeats at Trinidad College. In a game that featured four knee injuries and two concussions, the men were forced to play through adversity but lost 0-4 to the Trojans. The Generals Read More

Rams handle Newcastle challenge

BIG HORN — The Rams continued their unbeaten streak by topping Newcastle 49-14 Friday night. No. 3- ranked Newcastle was supposed to be the team’s biggest challenge to date, and coach Mike McGuire said while the score may not show it, they were. “They were a big, physical football team that did a lot of Read More

Lady Rams top Moorcroft

BIG HORN — The Lady Rams volleyball team put Moorcroft away with few problems Saturday. The Big Horn team won 25-9, 25-12 and 25-9 to come out with the victory. “We just played well and everybody got a lot of playing time,” coach Leigh McLaughlin said, adding that the girls played “good team volleyball.” McLaughlin Read More

SHS swimming takes fifth at conference

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School girls swimming and diving team finished in fifth place Friday at the eastern Wyoming 4A girls conference meet in Laramie. Campbell County took first place, followed by Laramie, Cheyenne Central and Cheyenne East. Cheyenne South finished in sixth. The Lady Broncs had two first-place finishes in the finals — Read More

SHS cross-country teams take 4th, 5th at 4A East Conference

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School cross-country teams took fourth and fifth place at the 4A East Conference meet Friday in Cheyenne. The boys took fourth and Taylor Bruso lead the Broncs with his fifth-place finish. Other finishers included Micah Sweeney (19th), Zack Petersburg (20th), Jared McCafferty (21st), JT Vrieswyk (23rd), Kael Sweeney (29th) and Read More

Broncs lose to Natrona 24-0

October 18, 2014

SHERIDAN — Through the first seven weeks of the season, the Natrona Mustangs only gave up 6.1 points a game, and their stifling defense was too much for the Broncs to handle last night in Casper. Head coach Don Julian knew that turnovers would be the difference maker in the ballgame, but he was hoping Read More

Weekend Sports Outlook Oct. 18, 2014

Saturday High school football Big Horn at Wright/Pinedale Jamboree, 10 a.m. High school volleyball Sheridan at Cheyenne Central, 11 a.m. Tongue River vs Riverside, 12 p.m. Arvada-Clearmont vs Upton, 1 p.m. Big Horn at Moorcroft, 5 p.m. Sheridan College Men’s basketball at Casper College Jamboree Men’s soccer at Trinidad State, 4 p.m. Women’s soccer at Read More

SC soccer teams defeated on the road

SHERIDAN — Sheridan College men’s and women’s soccer teams both saw defeat on the road Friday afternoon. The Generals took on Otero Junior College at 1 p.m. and started the first half strong, but in the end fell 4-1. With only eight minutes left in the first half the men gave up two quick goals, Read More

Friday Scores: Wyoming prep football scores for Oct. 17, 2014

The Associated Press FOOTBALL Big Horn 49, Newcastle 14 Douglas 15, Riverton 3 Dubois 74, Ten Sleep 16 Farson-Eden 70, St. Stephens 6 Guernsey-Sunrise def. Rock River, forfeit Hanna-Elk Mountain 72, Normative Services 51 Jackson Hole 30, Powell 27 Lingle-Fort Laramie 54, Tongue River 33 Lovell 42, Kemmerer 14 Lyman 32, Greybull 14 Moorcroft 12, Read More

Big Horn volleyball tops Tongue River

October 17, 2014

BIG HORN — The Big Horn Lady Rams volleyball team beat Tongue River Thursday night in three sets (25-16, 25-19, and 25-20). Coach Leigh McLaughlin said in the final set, the team started running things differently offensively, and made some mistakes that was allowed the Eagles to come back. “We were 100 percent serving as Read More

Big Horn runner earns conference recognition

RANCHESTER — Tongue River’s Chloe Schilling finished fourth yesterday at the Hulett cross-country invite for the junior high girls. Kayce Pearce finished seventh and Bailey Boulter finished 14th. For the boys, Jacob McIntyre finished second, Kyler DeWitt finished ninth and Carsen McCarthur was 16th. In the high school division, Ian Ostler finished ninth and Dominick Read More

Recreation board may pursue contract for ambulance service to staff football games

October 16, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Recreation District Board held its October meeting yesterday, and it turned into a lengthy one as strong discussions developed over several varying topics. Safety was a major concern for board members as Richard Wright mentioned the lack of ambulances available at Little Guy Football games. Wright, the executive director of the Read More

Weekend Sports Outlook Oct. 16, 2014

Friday High school football Big Horn at Newcastle, 6 p.m. Tongue River at Lingle-Ft. Laramie, 6 p.m. Sheridan at Natrona, 7 p.m. NSI vs H.E.M. High school volleyball Tongue River at Sundance, 3 p.m. Sheridan at Cheyenne East, 5 p.m. High school swimming Sheridan at Conference (Laramie), 8 a.m. High school cross-country Sheridan at Conference Read More

Rams travel to Newcastle for last away game of regular season

BIG HORN — The Big Horn Rams will travel to Newcastle tomorrow for their last away game of the regular season. Coach Mike McGuire said Newcastle is not only skilled on the ground game, but can also hurt you with the pass game if you aren’t careful. “Defensively they are aggressive and physical,” McGuire said. Read More

No. 3-ranked Sheridan to take on top-ranked Natrona

SHERIDAN — Don Julian looked a little different Wednesday. Other than the anxious tone in his voice, the Sheridan head football coach had a nice, big red scratch on the left side of his forehead. The No. 3-ranked Sheridan Broncs (6-1) are making the trip to Casper Friday for their biggest challenge of the year, Read More

Tongue River hits the road to battle Lingle Friday

DAYTON — Coach John Scott said that in the past, his team would put everything out on the field during the last couple games of the season out of pride. This time, however, they are playing for a post-season position and may need to keep that fight going a little longer. A loss to Lingle Read More

Column: I haven’t crashed and burned yet

October 15, 2014

Remember six weeks ago when I made some sure-fire NCAA football predictions that by the end of the season would make me look like a genius? Well, I haven’t crashed and burned, yet, but Mississippi State wasn’t even on my radar a month and a half ago. Now, as the ‘dogs jumped past Florida State Read More

Woodward named Mountain West Preseason Player of the Year

SHERIDAN — For the second-consecutive year, Sheridan native Kayla Woodward has been named the 2014-15 Mountain West Preseason Player of the Year. The Cowgirl basketball team was also picked to finish third as the MW announced its preseason basketball poll and all-conference team Tuesday. The voting consisted of the league’s 11 head coaches and select Read More

Lady Generals fall to Thunderbirds

SHERIDAN — After taking down Casper College at the Golden Dome less than two weeks ago, the Lady Generals fell to the Thunderbirds in Casper Tuesday night. It took five sets for Sheridan to beat Casper in the first matchup of the season, but the Thunderbirds only needed four last night to return the favor. Read More

SJHS football teams strengthen record with more wins

October 14, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Junior High School football teams added to their already strong win total last week, with both the seventh- and eighth-grade teams adding a couple more wins to their records. The eighth-graders started things off with a 30-16 win over the Sage Valley Eagles Tuesday night, securing a conference title along the Read More

Tongue River cross country invite results

DAYTON — It was a gorgeous fall afternoon Saturday out at the Horseshoe Golf Course where the Tongue River runners held their cross country invite. Sheridan runner Nicholas Eaton came in fifth for the boys with a run time of 18:29 and fellow Bronc Cooper Neavill was right behind him in sixth place with a Read More

Youth basketball registration available until Oct. 25

SHERIDAN — It’s not too late to sign your son or daughter up for the Sheridan Recreation District/YMCA Citywide Youth Basketball Program. The program is a non-competitive league that introduces the game to kids, while focusing on teaching them fundamentals and teamwork. Organizers said they hope to bring them back each year to continue growth Read More

10 SC rodeo riders wrap up fall rodeo season at LCCC

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College rodeo team made sure to stretch their weekend out as long as they could in the final rodeo of the fall season. The final stop of the fall rodeo season was the Laramie County Community College Rodeo in Cheyenne, and the Generals sent 10 riders to the short round on Read More

BHMS volleyball earns another conference title

BIG HORN — The Big Horn Middle School volleyball team earned a second-straight conference championship as the girls took down Kaycee in the final match in Kaycee over the weekend. After a first-round bye, the No. 2 ranked Lady Rams got off to a sluggish start, but Sydney Schmidt took control, nailing all 14 of Read More

Big Horn cross-country runners add experience to resumes

October 13, 2014

BIG HORN — Big Horn’s two cross-country runners traveled to Dayton Saturday for the Tongue River Invite and added some much needed experience to their resumes before heading to the conference meet this week. August Dow shaved another 30 seconds off his personal best, finishing in 20:43, and Bryce Michaud ran a time of 24:15. Read More

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