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Six hometown players ready to help Sheridan College soccer team hit the ground running

May 24, 2013

SHERIDAN — Few, if any, get the chance for an on-field high school sports team reunion. Those prep athletes lucky enough to hoist state championship hardware part ways for good at graduation when it comes to live competition. So, it goes without saying, six 2012 Sheridan High School soccer players have been provided with a Read More

Former Sheridan standout Gardner 34th at NCAA West Preliminary

From Wyoming Athletics LARAMIE — Six Wyoming athletes represented the program well on the opening day of the NCAA West Preliminary Thursday at the University of Texas’ Mike A. Myers Stadium in Austin, Texas. Coming in as the No. 18 seed in the west and ranked 31st in the NCAA, senior Joe Plante tied for Read More

Troop set for five games at Memorial Day tournament

SHERIDAN — The Troopers have an opportunity to find out a lot about themselves this weekend in Gillette. Still shorthanded at a few positions but back on the field after rainouts scrapped games with Billings, Miles City and a doubleheader with Powell last weekend, a five-game Memorial Day weekend tournament should be a perfect launch Read More

Eisele wins award for top conference golfer

SHERIDAN — Big Horn’s Alex Eisele has been named Powder River Golf Conference athlete of the year, Lady Rams head coach Mila Stender said. Eisele helped the Big Horn girls to a first place finish at the spring conference golf tournament held earlier this month in Sheridan, shooting the second best two-day score at the tournament, a Read More

Column: Sports-specific advice for graduates

Graduates, I’d like this to be the one piece of send-off baloney you get this weekend that isn’t utterly unbearable to sit through. For that reason it’s a little less meaningful, but you’ll get plenty of that I’m sure. Forgive me, speech givers, quote thieves and card writers, but I remember very little of what Read More

Wigglesworth named 2A boys track athlete of the year

SHERIDAN — Matthew Wigglesworth has been named the 2A boys track and field athlete of the year, an award given to the top female and male athlete of each classification. Beynon Sports Surfaces and the Wyoming Coaches Association announced the Big Horn senior Wigglesworth Thursday as a recipient along with Ben Mancuso of 1A Burlington, Read More

Sheridan Junior High District Track Meet Results

Sheridan Junior High District Track Meet Results 6th Grade Girls – 2nd Team Award 100 Meter – 5th Maria Hall  15.52 100 Meter Hurdles – 3rd Graceanne Dahlen,  5th Marissa Brenneman 200 Meter Hurdles – 1st Marissa Brenneman,  5th Graceanne Dahlen 400 Meter – 6th Maria Hall 800 Meter – 1st Josie Fettig, 6th Lyssette Read More

18th annual Troopers camp June 5-7

Troopers catcher Matt Mullinax tosses a pitch during last year’s Trooper baseball camp. This year’s camp, the 18th annual, is set for June 5-7. The camp begins each day at 9 a.m., with registration scheduled for 8 a.m. on the first day. Camp will last from 9 a.m. to noon each day, and cost is $30 per Read More

High school rodeo season culminates Saturday in Buffalo, Sunday-Monday in Sheridan

May 23, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County High School Rodeo Team finally gets to come home. After 12 rodeos on the road, county athletes finish the Wyoming high school season Saturday in Buffalo then Sunday and Monday in Sheridan. “We’re back in Sheridan County, and we’re excited to be here to let the local kids showcase what they’re Read More

Memorial Day Weekend Sports Schedule (UPDATE)

Chi Running workshops set for Saturday The Foot of the Bighorns is hosting two Chi Running workshops on Saturday — from 9-10:30 a.m. and from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Chi Running is a method to run injury-free with less impact, more efficiency and less effort so that you can run farther and faster. The Read More

Sheridan College men’s soccer team releases first roster

May 22, 2013

SHERIDAN — Sheridan College soccer coach Austin Albers released his 2013 roster this week. The men’s team’s first-ever roster will feature six players from Sheridan — Hunter Reece, Braydon Drell, Cole Smith, Scott Brown, Nathan Estes and Sumner Ellis — all from the SHS graduating class of 2012. See Saturday’s Sheridan Press for a full Read More

Army trackster Geary voted to Academic All-Patriot League

SHERIDAN — A Sheridan High School graduate and Army track and field senior has received Academic All-Patriot League honors. Scott Geary, son of Tim and Rita Geary of Sheridan, was voted to the 10-man team in mid-May, meeting the requirements of posting at least a 3.2 grade point average as a starter or key player in his Read More

Shepherd post signs with SC

SHERIDAN —Sheridan College has added the fifth recruit to its 2013 women’s basketball class. Shepherd High School (Shepherd, Mont.) post player Tiana Hanson will join the Lady Generals this fall. Hanson scored 16 points and averaged 10 rebounds per game in her senior year at Shepherd. Hanson joins two Montana recruits in Shae Bruursema (Reed Point) Read More

Combo-guard Roebling joins Gillette College basketball

May 21, 2013

CLEARMONT — After her basketball-intensive experience at Arvada-Clearmont High School, Bailey Roebling is ready for college hoops. Roebling was a two-time All-State volleyball selection and was an All-State basketball player as a junior for the A-C Lady Panthers. She made 1A all-conference this season. On Monday, she signed her national letter of intent to play basketball Read More

UW football camp June 3; tennis camp June 3-7

SHERIDAN — Cowboy football coaches will host a one-day camp June 3 in Sheridan. The 2013 Dave Christensen Summer Camp is open to all interested K-fifth graders and sixth-12th graders. Camp cost is $65, and can be paid the day-of. The camp will last from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m, with three sections: K-5th, 6th-12th Read More

Six qualify for junior high finals rodeo

Six Sheridan County junior high school rodeo team members have qualified for the National Junior High School Finals Rodeo. The junior high season culminated Friday in Casper, and the NJHF will be held June 23-29 in Gallup, N.M., with 900 athletes from 47 states. Pictured, from left, with the events they qualified in listed: Kade Koltiska, barrel racing; Emmy Ilgen, Read More

Four Broncs selected to 4A All-State soccer team

May 20, 2013

Four Broncs were selected to the 4A All-State soccer list and three Lady Broncs made second team after the high school sports season wrapped up over the weekend. The Wyoming Coaches Association released postseason awards Monday morning, voted on by coaches at the state tournament. The Broncs took third Saturday in Rock Springs while the Read More

Broncs bounce back, take third

SHERIDAN — On Saturday, the Broncs soccer team used a 2-0 consolation final win to lessen the blow of a state semifinal shootout loss from Friday. Lucas Wollenman and Nick Estes each scored their second goals of the weekend to push the Broncs past Central for the second Saturday in a row. Sheridan beat Central Read More

Lady Broncs blanked 4-0 in state consolation final

SHERIDAN — Cheyenne Central took third place at the 4A girls state soccer championship, beating the Lady Broncs 4-0 Saturday. Sheridan began its state tournament in Rock Springs as an underdog, upending No. 1-seed Gillette 2-1 Thursday before running into eventual state champion Cheyenne East Friday afternoon in the state semis. East beat Sheridan 3-1, sending them Read More

Edeen sprints to pair of third place finishes, Sheridan school record at state

SHERIDAN — Gabby Edeen paced the Sheridan High School track team on the final day of state track in Casper. Both Sheridan teams finished seventh in the team standings. Natrona County dominated the boys meet, totalling 197 points, while Campbell County High School racked up 143 points to win the girls title. The sprinter Edeen took Read More

1A-2A state track: Mirich leads Lady Rams to third place

SHERIDAN — Sprints and hurdles helped the Lady Rams vault up to a third place finish at state track Saturday in Casper. Jadyn Mirich won the 100-meter hurdles and ran on the Lady Rams first-place 4X400-meter relay team as Big Horn finished with 57.5 team points, ahead of Sundance’s 53. Burns won the 2A girls title Read More

Not again…Sheridan falls in shootout

May 17, 2013

SHERIDAN — The worst way to go. Again. The Sheridan High School boys soccer team’s state title hopes ended in a devastating 4-3 shootout loss Friday afternoon at Rock Springs High School. Gillette beat the Broncs for the fourth time this season as the two schools battled through a scoreless regulation and were forced to Read More

Lady Broncs fall 3-1 in state semis

SHERIDAN — The Lady Broncs fell 3-1 to a strong Cheyenne East team Friday afternoon in the 4A state soccer semifinals. “We didn’t play very intelligently on defense,” head coach Tom Racette said. “We needed to play the ball a lot bigger than we did. We played a lot of small balls right to Cheyenne East players and Read More

State Track: Day 2

SHERIDAN — Sheridan track and field will look to make up some ground with a big day today at state track and field in Casper. As a team, the Broncs and Lady Broncs are in sixth and seventh place, with 18 and 23 points respectively. Friday, the girls 4X100 relay team broke a school record Read More

Column: Soccer, Sheridan’s secret weapon

Anyone who grew up with Sheridan High School sports knows the Gillette problem: There are a lot of those Camels. Campbell County has two high schools, a North and South campus, and Sheridan has one. Instead of whining about it, most Sheridan folks take the position that the disparaging numbers make it all the more satisfying Read More

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