Troopers’ season comes to an end

SHERIDAN — Sheridan’s stay at the Class AA State Tournament in Cheyenne didn’t last long. The Troopers dropped an extra-inning affair Monday to Evanston, 7-5, in an elimination game, which brought an end to their season.

The Outlaws scored a pair of runs in the top of the ninth inning to claim the victory. The Evanston runs came two innings after the Troopers scored a run in the bottom of the seventh inning to extend the game.

Jacob Boint got the start for Sheridan, throwing six innings in which he allowed one earned run on six hits with five strikeouts and three walks. Eric Taylor took the loss in relief, going four innings and giving up two runs on five hits with two strikeouts and a walk.

Taylor logged three hits and an RBI at the dish. Austin Borzenski boasted two RBIs, while Jaren Brewer and Ayden Roush knocked home a run apiece.

The Troopers finished the season with a 23-44 record.

Kendrick hosts championship

SHERIDAN — The 2018 Kendrick Golf Course Championship was held Saturday at Kendrick Municipal Golf Course. Brayden James claimed the men’s club championship, Kayla Allen won the women’s championship and Brock Owings topped the field in the junior club championship.

Eric Detmer took first net in the championship flight. John Brackley and Ridge McKinley won the first and second flight in gross scoring, respectively, while Mick Johnson and Eldred Tucker seized the net scoring titles.

Katie Beardslee won via net scoring in the women’s championship flight. Abigail James claimed first in gross scoring in the first flight, and Eloise Hansen won in net scoring.