SHERIDAN — Sheridan snapped its five-game losing streak with a doubleheader split Thursday in Riverton. The Troopers took game two 10-7 after falling 6-4 in the opener.
Sheridan cranked out 14 hits in the nightcap victory. All nine players logged a hit and all but two recorded an RBI. Eric Taylor went a perfect 4 for 4; Quinton Brooks and Kellen Mentock each had two hits, and Race Johnston knocked home a pair of runners.
Caleb Keller got the start and lasted six innings, yielding three earned runs on eight hits. Mentock earned the save, pitching a scoreless seventh inning.
Taylor started the opener and tossed five innings, surrendering four earned runs on 11 hits with five strikeouts. Brooks had another two-hit game, and Johnston, Quinn McCafferty and Ayden Roush each boasted an RBI.
The Troopers — who sit with a 22-39 (0-2) record — travel to Gillette Monday for a conference doubleheader beginning at 4 p.m.