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BH athletes break school records

April 28, 2014

By Tanya Hamner The Sheridan Press SHERIDAN — Big Horn track and field athletes broke several school records Saturday at the Dan Hansen Invitational in Sheridan. Bailey Bard broke the school record for the 200-meter dash with a time of 26.81 seconds, placing third. Ashley Fox set the new school record in the 400-meter dash Read More

Bronc golfers shoot their lowest score of the season

April 25, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School boys golf team shot their lowest team score this season, winning the Powell tournament Friday with a score of 329. Gillette came in second with 343, Riverton third with 345, Lander fourth with 351 and Cody finished fifth with 372. Jack Mavrakis of Sheridan took home a second place Read More

Broncs loose 2-1 in hard fought battle

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan boys soccer team fell to Laramie on the road Friday night in double overtime. Reed Ritterbusch scored the team’s only goal, assisted by Dontae Crow, for a final score of 2-1 Plainsmen. It was a tale of two halves as Laramie scored midway through the first half against a sleepy Sheridan Read More

BH, TR golfers finish strong in Sundance

SHERIDAN — Tongue River High School and Big Horn High School boys and girls golf teams took a trip to Sundance yesterday as the Bulldogs hosted 18 holes. The boys tournament consisted of teams from Wright, Moorcroft, two teams from Sundance/Hulett, Big Horn, Tongue River and Midwest. The Rams took home a third-place finish with Read More

Lady Broncs hold off undefeated Laramie in extra play

SHERIDAN — No one in Wyoming has been able to stop the Lady Plainsmen until Friday night when the Lady Broncs kept the undefeated girls of Laramie from claiming another win. Sheridan High School lost to Laramie earlier this year with a score of 0-4. They trained hard and showed up prepared to secure a Read More

Local athletes compete in Special Olympics

SHERIDAN — Jared Amini opened the 2014 Special Olympics in Sheridan by announcing the teams and leading attendees in the Special Olympics creed. Emily Ericksen sang the national anthem during the ceremonies. Each team carried their banner around the gym as they were introduced, and following the ceremony they began their competitions. Special Olympics staff Read More

Wyoming All-Star basketball teams announced

SHERIDAN — According to, Sheridan College basketball coaches Steve Smiley and Frank McCarthy have announced the rosters for the Wyoming All-Star Basketball teams. The teams will play their counterparts from Montana. The games are for high school seniors only and will be played June 13-14 in Billings, Montana. Two Sheridan High School players made Read More

Edeen, McClure place first at Gary Benson Invite

April 23, 2014

SHERIDAN — Sheridan’s Gabby Edeen and Maddy McClure took first place finishes in the 200-meter dash and 400-meter dash respectively Tuesday at the Gary Benson Invitational. McClure also prequalified for state. “This is a tough meet, some of the toughest competition in the state came here,” SHS track coach Art Baures said. “For the girls Read More

NHSFR expands, adds reined cow horse contest

April 22, 2014

ROCK SPRINGS — The National High School Finals Rodeo is continuing to grow by adding Maryland to the association and a reined cow horse competition that will begin in 2015. The Sweetwater Events Complex will be hosting the events for the next two years, July 13-19, 2014, and July 12-18, 2015. The rodeo brings contestants Read More

Zdziarski, Mann place first at Rock Springs high school rodeo

SHERIDAN — Jeffery Zdziarski and Shelby Mann took first place finishes in their respective events at the high school rodeo held in Rock Springs over the weekend. Zdziarski placed first in bareback riding Saturday with a score of 68 and Sunday with a score of 65. Mann placed first Sunday in pole bending with a Read More

Softball registration open until May 23

April 21, 2014

SHERIDAN — Registration for adult summer softball leagues are now open for the men’s, women’s and co-recreation divisions. Registration ends May 23. Teams can sign up online at or in person at the Sheridan Recreation District’s office located in Thorne-Rider Park. A $540 fee will be assessed for men’s and co-rec divisions and a Read More

Sheridan Young Guns dominate at state wrestling

The Sheridan Press SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Young Guns had several individuals who took first-place finishes all three days at USA state wrestling in Casper over the weekend. Sheridan Young Guns won championships in all three wrestling styles and took home the triple shooter trophy, which recognizes the team’s overall success in all styles and Read More

TR, BH, SHS compete in Billings Invite

April 18, 2014

SHERIDAN — The 55th annual Billings Invitational track and field meet was held Friday at Billings West High School. Boys and girls from Sheridan High School, Tongue River High School and Big Horn High School all attended to compete against 18 other schools from across the region.   Sheridan Broncs SHS had a strong showing Read More

Avery wins multiple titles at wrestling tournament in Casper

CASPER — Sheridan’s Wyatt Avery won by technical fall Friday in folkstyle wrestling in the Cadet 145 bracket. On Thursday, Avery won the championship for freestyle in the Cadet 145. He is undefeated with a 5-0 record so far this weekend and is hoping for another championship Saturday. Sheridan High School sophomore Avery won against Read More

Broncs finish with another tie

SHERIDAN — The Broncs played through overtime to a 1-1 tie with the Buffalo High School Bison on Thursday night at home. This was the second tie this week for the Sheridan’s boys team. “I think we had the ability to win the game,” assistant coach Jeff Hallenbeck said. “I think this was one of Read More

Mavrakis places 2nd at Riverton invite

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan boys golf team placed third with a score of 339 at the Riverton Invite Thursday. Sheridan’s Jack Mavrakis tied for second with a shot of 75. Teammates Alex Williams, Bailey Bonnet and Logan Johnson each shot just under 90 and Jacob Beles shot a 91. Kirby Kirkham won the Junior High Read More

Fieldgrove pushes Lady Broncs past Buffalo 2-1

SHERIDAN — Jennae Fieldgrove scored both points for the Lady Broncs against the Buffalo Bison on Thursday at home. In the first half, within 10 minutes, Fieldgrove was able to get a run on her defender to push the ball toward the net. She got a fast break and scored. “I knew I couldn’t take Read More

SHS tennis team hosts Hardin

SHERIDAN — Sheridan hosted Hardin on Thursday for a spring tennis match. In singles action, Sheridan’s Tristan Gamble won 2-1 against JD Stratton. Gamble lost his first game 3-6 but won the last two games 6-2, 6-1. Julia Fenn beat both of her opponents Chandler Metcalf and Alice Cai 2-0. Fenn beat Metcalf 6-0, 6-1 Read More

SHS spring tennis hosting match

April 17, 2014

SHERIDAN — Sheridan High School’s spring tennis team has a home match against Hardin today at 3 p.m. The spring season is used primarily to work on development and keep the athletes playing in the off-season. “We tell them not to worry about winning, but to focus on individual skills,” head coach Bob Faurot said. Read More

Webb Wright baseball games to count toward Sheridan Little League

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County School District 2 Recreation District plans to work with Sheridan Little League baseball to increase opportunities for Webb Wright baseball players to be eligible for Little League tournaments. Boys and girls who have registered for Webb Wright baseball in intermediate and minors divisions will be automatically registered in Sheridan Little Read More

Sheridan Broncs win in overtime against Natrona Mustangs 4-2

April 16, 2014

SHERIDAN — Sheridan Broncs won in overtime against the Natrona Mustangs Tuesday evening 4-2. Strong winds and a rainstorm prevented the Broncs from getting an early jump on their opponent, but Sheridan did not give up and came alive in the extra period of play. The first SHS goal came from Bronc Lane Barten, who Read More

Lady Broncs beat Natrona Fillies 2-1 on home field Tuesday evening

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Lady Broncs played against the Natrona Fillies Tuesday evening winning 2-1. Lady Bronc Jennae Fieldgrove scored the first goal of the night with a header. Robbi Ryan brought the ball from the right side into the box. She kicked it and Natrona’s keeper Kaitlin Conley blocked the ball sending it toward Read More

SC Generals rodeo team chases second place to qualify for CNFR

April 15, 2014

SHERIDAN — Three of the six qualifying rides in bronc riding in Fort Collins, Colo., this weekend were earned by the Sheridan College rodeo team. The men’s team is currently tied for third with 160 points in the region. They are chasing second place to qualify for the College National Final Rodeo as a team. Read More

Zdziarski top placer for SHS rodeo team

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School rodeo team completed its first spring rodeo Saturday and Sunday in Laramie. Sheridan’s top placer was Jeffery Zdziarski, who took first in bareback Sunday with a 69-point ride. Brandt Ross in Saturday’s first go placed first in the tie-down roping with a time of 9.47 seconds and fourth on Read More

Sheridan Lady Broncs beat Central Indians 1-0

April 14, 2014

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Lady Broncs utilized the entire field in a game with many attempts on goal against the Cheyenne Central Indians, earning a 1-0 win Saturday. The night before, the Indians battled against the Gillette Camels while the Broncs faced Cheyenne East. Both teams had a tough battle Friday making for an interesting Read More

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