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PK pushes W. Neb. past Lady Generals

October 8, 2013

SHERIDAN — Another tough result for a growing squad mounted understandable frustration for a first-year team Monday. The Lady Generals soccer team (0-7-0) battled, controlling the run of play and out-shooting their opponent Western Nebraska 22-15, however, a penalty kick sealed a 1-0 win for Western Nebraska. Their opponent took one of their few chances, Read More

Rams top Glenrock, 27-7

SHERIDAN — The Big Horn Rams earned a key road win during their rescheduled game against Glenrock Monday night. Big Horn (4-1) re-asserted itself at the top of 2A football standings, winning 27-7 over the Glenrock Herders. Arguably the Rams toughest remaining game of the year will come Friday after a short week, as they Read More

Lady Eagles top Sundance in reschedule from Friday

SHERIDAN — The Lady Eagles volleyball team beat Sundance Monday in a rescheduled game from Friday. Tongue River won the 2A Northeast conference game despite dropping the first set 21-25, coming back 25-22, 25-22 and 25-9. Tara Stimpson had five kills, five stuff blocks and was 15 of 17 on serves. Eryn Aksamit had six Read More

Schuelke wins all-around at Lamar College Rodeo; SC men second

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College rodeo team competed in Lamar, Colo., using far better conditions for a better finish over the weekend. Five saddle bronc riders, one bareback rider, one bull rider, a tie down roper and two team ropers reached the short round for the men’s team as they placed second behind Casper College. It’s Read More

Sheridan College make up day: Generals soccer gets first win

October 7, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College men’s soccer team used its first home game to earn its first win Monday. Corbin Shriner (Cheyenne) got two second half goals and pushed the Generals past Western Nebraska Community College Monday afternoon at Sheridan High School. The game was pushed back from the weekend after the snowstorm. Sheridan College’s Read More

TR forfeits Burns game; BH-Glenrock tonight

Tongue River forfeits Burns game SHERIDAN — The Tongue River Eagles forfeited their game with Burns that had been rescheduled for today, due to the fact that the long Monday road trip would force them to miss two days of school. The Eagles (1-4), were set to play in Burns (5-0) at 6 p.m. today Read More

Calm after the storm: Broncs look to bounce back from Energy Bowl loss

GILLETTE — After all the build-up and two postponements, Sheridan and Gillette finally played football Saturday afternoon. Snow piles 6-feet high surrounded the cleared field, and the No. 1 vs. No. 2 matchup started with a bang but ended with a fizzle as the home team took this year’s edition of the Energy Bowl. The Read More

SHS cross country Billings results

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School cross country teams finished in the middle of the pack at a large meet Saturday in Billings. Head coach Art Baures was again pleased with his young team’s continued growth, with the boys team finishing seventh, led by Taylor Bruso, and the girls ninth behind Janika Sweeney. “The Billings Invite proved to Read More

Camels down Broncs 39-10 in 67th Energy Bowl

October 5, 2013

GILLETTE — The Sheridan Broncs suffered their first defeat of the season Saturday in Gillette, 39-10. The Broncs (5-1) took a 7-0 lead on a 63-yard strike from Kameron Eckard to Dan Sessions. Sessions took the pass untouched into the end zone. The Camels (6-0) would answer with a Dustin Erisman run from just outside Read More

Saturday Border Wars canceled

October 4, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Wyoming-Montana Border Wars volleyball tournament scheduled for Saturday at Sheridan High School has been canceled. SHS Activities Director Don Julian said that they scrapped the event because not all of the teams were unable to get to Sheridan following Friday’s heavy snowstorms. The tournament was set to bring teams from Bozeman, Mont., Read More

Volleyball: SHS falls to Gillette; Border Wars on for Saturday

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School volleyball team’s struggles continued in a straight sets loss to Gillette Thursday night. As they prepare to host the Wyoming-Montana Border Wars Saturday, the Lady Broncs hoped to use a good result against their rival to spark what’s been a tough season entering the month of October. In the end, the Read More

Weather cancellations/postponements (will be updated)

Football Big Horn at Glenrock – postponed to Saturday at 2 p.m. Tongue River at Burns – postponed to Saturday Sheridan at Gillette – postponed to Saturday at 1 p.m. Volleyball Arvada-Clearmont — canceled Big Horn vs. Wright — canceled Sheridan College Soccer vs. Western Nebraska — postponed to 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Monday; Read More

Friday’s SC soccer home openers to honor program contributor Maier

October 3, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College soccer teams begin home competition this weekend, and Friday’s openers will be held in honor of program contributor Steve Maier. The college announced today in a press release that Dr. Maier will be recognized during the intermission between the women’s and men’s games Friday, “for his support and aid in Read More

Volleyball: Sheridan ready for home action, Gillette

October 2, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School volleyball team will get some long-awaited play in front of their home crowd Friday and Saturday at SHS. “We are looking forward to the Gillette game tomorrow,” head coach Wendi Ruby said Thursday morning. “It is nice to play at home this week border wars as well. Gillette is Read More

State golf results

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Broncs dropped two spots in the team scores Tuesday on the final day of 4A state golf in Rock Springs. While the team shot 19 strokes better than their Monday score, the rest of the field moved up as well. Riverton won the tournament with a 655 ahead of Cheyenne East’s Read More

Tuesday briefs: State golf first day results; WHSAA postpones state tennis

October 1, 2013

4A state golf: Broncs 8th after day one SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Broncs shot a first-day 371 Monday and sit in eighth place among a tight field at the 4A state golf tournament in Rock Springs. Kelly Walsh’s 336 led the way Monday, while Sheridan trailed Cheyenne Central (365), Green River (356) and Evanston (355). Read More

SC booster club luncheon set for Oct. 8

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College basketball programs began practice this week, and there will be booster club luncheon Oct. 8 at the Holiday Inn. Coaches from the various Generals sports including basketball, rodeo, volleyball and soccer, as well as college president Dr. Paul Young will talk about the state of their athletics programs. The lunch is Read More

Muddy ride at 53rd edition of SC Pat Hamilton Memorial rodeo

September 30, 2013

SHERIDAN — It was a messier than usual edition of the annual Pat Hamilton Memorial Sheridan College rodeo The Generals continued their strong start to the season as they finished third. The Lady Generals were ninth at the team’s host rodeo Saturday and Sunday at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. Heavy rains Friday soaked the arena, pushing Read More

Two north regional tennis titles for SHS

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School tennis teams will take two number one seeds in to this weekend’s state tournament after Reed Ritterbusch and Julia Fenn won North Regional Tennis Tournament titles Saturday. For the boys at No. 1 singles Ritterbusch defeated Sam Coulter of Gillette, 6-4 and 6-4 to secure his top spot. Fenn, Read More

Lady Broncs 200-medley relay team breaks school record

SHERIDAN — The Lady Broncs 200 medley relay team broke a school record that had stood since 1999 Saturday at their host meet. Emily Spiegelberg, Gretchen and Mackenzie Dougherty and Payton Brilz swam a 2:11.53 during the Sheridan Invite, breaking the mark of 2:11.88. “We had some really tough swims this weekend,” head coach Brent Read More

Weather pushes back SC Pat Hamilton Memorial Rodeo

September 27, 2013

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College rodeo team pushed back the 53rd annual Pat Hamilton Memorial rodeo, cancelling all scheduled events Friday due to rainstorms soaking the Sheridan County Fairgrounds arena. Slack begins at 8 a.m. Saturday and the college will try to fit in the performances today with a goal of holding the short round Read More

SC soccer teams dropped by CWC

SHERIDAN — One mistake cost the Sheridan College Lady Generals soccer team the win at Central Wyoming College in Rock Springs Friday. The team lost 1-0. “We had some great play in the first half and outshot them,” coach Stefan Skillman said. “Second half we defended the whole, and we did not generate any offense.” Read More

Good competition for cross country in Loveland, Colo.

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School cross country team trekked to Loveland, Colo., to participate in the Sweetheart Invitational Friday, and even though the team scores weren’t at the top, it was a good experience overall, coach Art Baures said. “Overall, it’s good to come to a big meet like this with big teams. We Read More

Big Horn to face Sheridan at Casper volleyball invite

SHERIDAN — Big Horn Lady Rams volleyball won one and lost two matches at the Casper Invite Friday. The team played Kelly Walsh in first pool play and fell 14-25, 25-21, 9-15. Their second round brought a win against Rock Springs 25-16, 22-25, 15-9. The Lady Rams then lost to Cheyenne Central 10-25, 18-25. “Overall Read More

Storms shorten first day of regional tennis; Broncs move on

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School tennis team finished a weather-shortened frst day of north regionals Friday in Casper. All girls doubles teams lost, as everyone played 8-game pro-sets by two. “The girls doubles just didn’t play well,” head coach Bob Faurot said. He added that Katelyn Brooks, No. 2 singles, pulled out a nice 9-8 Read More

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