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SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School volleyball team dropped two 4A East confer-ence matchups over the weekend.
Friday, they fell to Cheyenne East in four games.
“I felt like in the East game, the girls were starting to really do what they had been talk- ing about all week,” head coach Wendi Ruby said. “Even though we didn’t come out on top, I was proud of the team, and I felt like we limited our errors in certain games, we competed, and we played as a team to win the game.”
Saturday, they dropped a three-set game with Cheyenne Central.
“In the Central game, the first set, we played like we wanted to win,” Ruby said. “We were able to dig ourselves out of a hole, and really show how we can play. I think in the second and third set, we got behind early, and really struggled to get back on track. Central served well, and we passed poorly, which made it very hard to run an offense.”
Sheridan (1-4 4A East, 6-10) travels to the Casper Invite Friday and Saturday.
Stats vs. East: Jennae Fieldgrove 8 kills, Robbi Ryan 9 kills, Taylor Townsend 9 kills; Fieldgrove 5 blocks, Madison Farr 5 blocks. Robbi Ryan 4 blocks; Morgan Jacobs 18 assists.
Stats vs. Central: Farr 5 kills, Ryan 4 kills, Townsend 4 kills, Jacobs 8 assist; Ryan 11 digs; Townsend 6 digs.
Lady Generals wrap up non-conference slate
SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College volley- ball team wrapped up its tournament-heavy non-conference schedule Saturday at the WYO-BRASKA tournament in Torrington and Scottsbluff.
They defeated Barton Community College Saturday morning in Nebraska (25-23, 25-10, 25-21).
Entering their full Region IX conference swing, the Lady Generals are on the road Thursday night for a matchup with Casper College before returning home Friday against Northwest College at 7 p.m.
Stats vs. Barton: Carley Gerving 11 kills, 3 assisted blocks; Britney Titensor 11 kills, 7 digs, Jill Espeland 19 digs; Jenna Jordan 7 digs, 39 assists.
Other Saturday scores: Thermopolis Invitational Gold Bracket: Shoshoni def. Rocky Mountain (21-25, 25-15,
15-9) Tongue River def. Wind River (25-16, 25-22) Shoshoni def. Tongue River (22-25, 25-13, 17-
Big Horn vs. Moorcroft 5:30/7:30 p.m. (JV games first)
Tongue River at Wright
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