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Indoor track season shows early successes

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School indoor track and field team kicked off its season in fine form in Casper over the weekend. The Broncs won the Natrona Indoor Invite with 199 points, while the Lady Broncs took runner-up with 79 points.

The Broncs claimed titles in both the 1,600-meter relay and 3,200-meter relay. The 1,600 meter relay team — of Marc Wodahl, Cody Milmine, Matt Roma and Alec Riegert — clocked in at 3 minutes, 39.04 seconds, which was more than seven seconds faster than the second-place team. The 3,200-meter relay team — of Garett Avery, Alex Garber, Tim Brown and Wyatt Shaw — crossed first with a time of 8:59.79, which was more than six seconds faster than the second-place team.

Milmine also won the 55-meter dash with a time of 6.60, while Roma took runner-up with a time of 6.73. Riegert took first in the 200-meter dash, clocking in at 23.46, and Roma crossed third logging a time of 23.61. Avery placed second in the 3,200-meter run with a time of 11:02.04, and Garber placed third with a time of 11:07.43.

Nathan Wagner led the charge in the field events, winning the high jump with a mark of 5-foot-8.

Ryan Karajanis took runner-up in the pole vault with a jump of 12-02, and Wodahl placed third in the long jump with a leap of 21-04.75.

Taemalle Lawson paced the Lady Broncs with a second-place finish in the 55-meter dash, clocking in at 7.70. Sylvia Brown also boasted a second-place finish in the 3,200 meter run with a time of 12:46.19.

Piper Carroll took third in 400-meter dash, recording a time of 1:05.11. Zoe Robison crossed third in 800-meter run with a time of 2:35.68, and Rachel Petersburg ran a 9.26 to place third in 55-meter hurdles.

Josie Fettig logged the best field finish for the Lady Broncs, placing third in high jump clearing 5 feet.

The Big Horn High School boys team took ninth, and Liam Greenelsh led the way, winning the 55-meter hurdles with a time of 8.15. He also took third in the triple jump with a leap of 42-09.

Tongue River came in 12th in both the boys and girls competitions. Cooper Vollmer recorded the best finish, placing second in the high jump with a mark of 5-8.

 

Broncs compete in Cheyenne

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School boys swimming and diving team competed at the Cheyenne Invite Saturday. The Broncs placed 10th with 38 points.

Bryson Shosten led the way for Sheridan with a seventh-place finish in the 500-yard freestyle with a time of 5 minutes, 43.40 seconds. Thomas Yates took 11th in 200-yard freestyle, clocking in at 2:04.23, and Emmett Potter finished 12th in 1-meter diving, logging a score 271.70.

The 400-yard freestyle relay team — of Isaac Otto, Thomas Yates, Walkara Robinson and Bryson Shosten — touched eighth with a time of 3:49.01.

The Broncs travel to Casper for a dual against Kelly Walsh Tuesday.

 

Lady Panthers split final day at Little Six

CLEARMONT — The Arvada-Clearmont girls basketball team finished up play at the Little Six tournament Saturday. The Lady Panthers edged Dubois 39-35 and fell to Meeteetse 39-38, pushing their record to 6-5 on the season.

Brooke Worman led AC against Dubois with 18 points, while Kristin Klaahsen added 11 points. Klaahsen poured in 16 against Meeteetse, and Ashlynn Fennema chipped in 11 points.

The Lady Panthers host Normative Services Tuesday.

 

Panthers fall to Meeteetse

CLEARMONT — The Arvada-Clearmont boys basketball team closed the book on the Little Six tournament Saturday. The Panthers fell to Meeteetse 71-37, dropping to 1-9 on the season.

Parker Manor and Cameron Klatt led AC with 14 points apiece.

The Panthers host Normative Services Tuesday.

 

Sheridan wrestling wraps up three days of competition in Montana

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School wrestling team finished 12th out of 27 teams over the weekend at the Cowboy Invitational in Miles City, Montana. The Broncs scored 82 points as a team. Sidney, Montana, won with 226 points.

Reese Osborne (132 pounds) took fourth place in his class, totaling 20 points. He finished 5-2 with three pins.

Hunter Goodwin (126) finished 5-2 overall with four pins, placing fifth and scoring 19 points.

Hayden Crow (145) went 4-2 with three pins, taking fifth place and contributing 17 team points.

The Broncs also competed in a dual Thursday, losing at Colstrip, Montana, 46-21.

Sheridan competes in the Moorcroft Mixer Friday and Saturday.

 

TR wrestling competes in Wind River

DAYTON — The Tongue River High School wrestling team placed 15th out of 18 teams during weekend competition at the Don Runner Invitational in Wind River. The Eagles accumulated 34 points as a team. Pinedale placed first with 253 points.

Kyle Breen placed fifth in the 152-pound weight class, scoring 19 points. Breen finished 5-2 overall, securing pins in all of his victories. Luke Singer (182) tallied seven points, finishing 3-2 with one pin.

Tongue River competes in the Moorcroft Mixer Friday and Saturday.

 

Rams track places ninth in Casper

BIG HORN — The Big Horn High School boys indoor track team finished ninth out of 14 teams Saturday at the Natrona Indoor Invitational in Casper.

The Rams compiled 29 points. Liam Greenelsh won the 55-meter hurdles with a time of 8.15 seconds and placed third in the triple jump with a distance of 42 feet, 9 inches. The 3200-meter relay team of Noah Harvey, Nathaniel Lydic, Billy Watson and Kobie Cummins took third with a time of 9 minutes, 19.07 seconds.

Big Horn competes Saturday in the Gillette Invitational.

 

TR track competes in Casper

DAYTON — The Tongue River High School boys and girls indoor track teams both placed 12th out of 14 teams Saturday at the Natrona Indoor Invitational in Casper.

Cooper Vollmer took second in the boys high jump, clearing a height of 5 feet, 8 inches. The girls 1600-meter sprint medley team of Maddy Hill, McKenzie Wood, Jane Pendergast and Chloe Wilson finished third with a time of 5 minutes, 9.4 seconds.

Tongue River competes Saturday in the Gillette Invitational.

By |Jan. 14, 2019|

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