Category Archives: Local Sports

SC men, women dominate Great Falls

SC men, women dominate Great Falls

SHERIDAN — The University of Great Falls sent its two junior varsity basketball teams — men’s and women’s — to the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome this weekend to compete in the Sheridan Classic, and Sheridan College dominated Friday night to sweep the Argos. It was a defensive night for both SC teams as the Lady… Continue Reading

Postseason ban or not, Generals focused on season

Postseason ban or not, Generals focused on season

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College men’s basketball team is off and running this season. They’re sitting on a 9-2 record, they’re undefeated at home and they’ll have a chance to extend that streak this weekend when they host the Sheridan Classic at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome. It’s head coach Matt Hammer’s first official season… Continue Reading

SC hoops to host Sheridan Classic this weekend

Men’s Basketball FRIDAY Central Wyoming College vs. Utah State University-Eastern, 3 p.m. Sheridan College vs. University of Great Falls JV, 7 p.m. SATURDAY Central Wyoming College vs. University of Great Falls JV, 3 p.m. Sheridan College vs. Utah State University-Eastern, 7 p.m. Women’s Basketball FRIDAY Wyoming All-Stars vs. Dawson Community College, 1 p.m. Sheridan College vs.… Continue Reading

Column: The legacy of Kobe Bryant

Kobe Bryant. What else can you say about that guy that hasn’t already been said? He’s one of the best basketball players in the history of the game; he’s a competitor, a champion. But the time has come where Bryant pulls the purple and gold Lakers jersey from his aching body for the last time… Continue Reading

Brine’s career high propels Lady Generals over EWC

Brine’s career high propels Lady Generals over EWC

SHERIDAN — Tamara Brine finished with a career-high 33 points, and the Sheridan College women’s basketball team cruised to an 87-75 victory over Eastern Wyoming College Saturday. SC head coach Frank McCarthy said each game is about getting better and preparing for the looming conference season. He was pleased with the way his team improved… Continue Reading

Generals earn two big wins at Lions Club Tournament

Generals earn two big wins at Lions Club Tournament

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College men’s basketball team got two big wins over the weekend at the Lions Club Tournament at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome. They weren’t necessarily big wins on the scoreboard, but they were much-needed wins. Sheridan entered the weekend with a 7-2 record, but the wins came against the Wyoming All-Stars… Continue Reading

Lady Generals cruise to big win

Lady Generals cruise to big win

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College women’s basketball team played its best all-around game of the season Friday night in an 83-48 win over Rocky Mountain College JV at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome. Sheridan head coach Frank McCarthy was just happy to see smiles across his girls’ faces after some early season struggles. “As a… Continue Reading

SC hoops hosting Lions Club Tournament at Golden Dome

Lions Club Basketball Tournament weekend schedule Friday, Nov. 27 WBB: Eastern Wyoming vs. Wyoming All-Stars, 2 p.m. MBB: Williston State vs. Northwest College, 4 p.m. WBB: Sheridan College vs. Rocky Mountain, 6 p.m. MBB: Sheridan College vs. Dakota College Bottineau, 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 28 WBB: Rocky Mountain vs. Wyoming All-Stars, noon MBB: Dakota College… Continue Reading

Kleffner, Potter earn Region IX honors

SHERIDAN — Sheridan College’s Jace Kleffner and Dani Potter received postseason honors for their success on the volleyball court this season. Kleffner, a freshman from Lakewood, Colorado, earned All-Conference, All-Region and All-Region IX Tournament honors. The outside hitter led the Lady Generals with 270 kills at 2.45 kills per set. She added 101 digs and… Continue Reading

Hawks open with 2 wins over Ice Cats

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Hawks hockey team kicked off the 2015-16 season over the weekend, taking home two wins over the Park County Ice Cats. Barak Broad got the season off on the right foot by scoring the first goal of the season on an unassisted, short-handed goal in the first period. Broad kept himself… Continue Reading

Sheridan High School’s Fenn makes Wyoming tennis history

Sheridan High School’s Fenn makes Wyoming tennis history

SHERIDAN — Julia Fenn never doubted herself in winning four Wyoming high school state tennis championships. “Until high school, it was more of a love for the game,” Fenn said of her passion for tennis. “Once I got to high school, that competitive streak really kicked in. I’ve always been competitive, but that, ‘I want… Continue Reading

NSI, TR, BH round out all-conference lists

SHERIDAN — The Wyoming Coaches Association released its final 2015 all-conference and all-state football lists Monday, and 18 more Sheridan County players from the 1A 6-man, 1A and 2A ranks were named. From 1A 6-man, Normative Services’ Jamil Hale, Marco Montes, Dezmen Patron and Skilar Stevens earned all-conference honors. Hale and Patron were also named… Continue Reading

14 Broncs earn all-conference football honors

SHERIDAN — The season may be over, but the individual accolades are still coming in for the state champion Sheridan Broncs football team. The Broncs had 14 players named to the all-conference team Sunday, eight of whom also received all-state recognition. Quarterback Blake Godwin and lineman Blake Baker led the way for the state champs,… Continue Reading

Talackova’s 36 not enough for SC to top Air Force Prep

Talackova’s 36 not enough for SC to top Air Force Prep

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College women’s basketball team overcame a 13-point halftime deficit Saturday night but weren’t able to close the door in a 90-81 loss to Air Force Prep. Zuzana Talackova’s 36 points weren’t enough to dig the Lady Generals out of another early hole, something that’s caused them problems in each of their… Continue Reading

SC women get first home win in 91-47 thumping of LBH

SC women get first home win in 91-47 thumping of LBH

SHERIDAN — Zuzana Talackova started right where she left off last weekend, and the Sheridan College women’s basketball team rolled to a 91-47 victory over Little Big Horn College Friday at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome. The Lady Generals won the opening tip, and Talackova started the game with a corner 3. They never trailed… Continue Reading

Generals sloppy in win over Wyoming All-Stars

SHERIDAN — After defeating the Wyoming All-Stars 92-62 last night and improving to 7-1, it may seem as if the Sheridan College men’s basketball team is playing some solid hoops to start the season. But head coach Matt Hammer knows his team still has a lot to work on. The Generals had 20 turnovers in… Continue Reading

Five local players named to Trib’s Super 25

SHERIDAN — Five Sheridan County football players were named to the Casper Star-Tribune’s Super 25, a list that honors the 25 best high school football players in Wyoming. Evan Coon, Dontae Crow, Blake Godwin, Nolan McCafferty and Dillon Lyons were all named on the list that was released Monday night. Coon, Crow and Godwin, all… Continue Reading

TR football exceeds expectations in best season since 2006

TR football exceeds expectations in best season since 2006

DAYTON — Four months ago, a trip to Laramie wasn’t on John Scott’s radar. Going to the state championship seemed implausible for the Tongue River head football coach. The last three years, they had won a combined eight games. Four years ago, they didn’t have a team. Fewer than 20 kids showed up to play… Continue Reading

SC men’s basketball holds on to beat Dawson CC 88-86

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College men’s basketball team overcame some late sloppy play to hang on and beat Dawson Community College Tuesday night in Glendive, Montana. Head coach Matt Hammer said the Generals controlled the entire game until the last five minutes. After stretching the lead to as many as 12 points late in the… Continue Reading

Column: Sports in the wake of tragedy

Sports are a funny thing. They are something we take for granted yet cherish so much. They are something we vow to never debate over, but those very debates mirror exactly what fuels our love of sport: competition. There’s typically no defined right or wrong within sports. Often a large grey area, it’s the concept… Continue Reading

Rivas signs with North Carolina Central

Rivas signs with North Carolina Central

The Sheridan College men’s basketball team joins sophomore forward Pablo Rivas, seated, as he signs his letter of intent to play at North Carolina Central University next year. Rivas averaged 14.5 points and 6.9 rebounds a game his freshman year. He’s bumped those numbers to 17.2 points and 8.5 rebounds in four games so far… Continue Reading

Freshman Broncs win conference title

SHERIDAN — It looks as if the future is bright for the state champion Sheridan Broncs. While the Sheridan High School varsity football team was battling the state’s best on its way to a 24th state championship, the SHS freshman team was taking care of business on its schedule. The freshman Broncs went 7-1 in… Continue Reading

Sheridan College teams fare well over the weekend

Talackova’s 37 leads Sheridan over Northern Oklahoma College SHERIDAN — Zuzana Talackova scored a career-high 37 to jolt the Sheridan College women’s basketball team’s offense in an 87-80 win over Northern Oklahoma College Saturday at the Air Force Classic in Colorado Springs, Colorado. After opening the season with three straight losses, the Lady Generals seem… Continue Reading

RELENTLESS CHAMPIONS

RELENTLESS CHAMPIONS

LARAMIE — “These things are awesome.” Those were the first words out of Sheridan High School head football coach Don Julian’s mouth after the Broncs defeated the Gillette Camels 38-31 to win the 4A State Championship. Julian has been a part of eight Wyoming high school state championship games — winning seven — and he… Continue Reading

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