Sheridan golf in the hunt with one day remaining at state

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School boys and girls golf teams are in the middle of the pack after the first day of state competition in Cheyenne.

The Lady Broncs are in fourth with a total of 275. They are one stroke back from third-place Natrona County and 31 behind leader Kelly Walsh. Abby James led the team and is in fifth place after shooting an 82.

The Broncs sit in fifth place with a score of 343. They are three shots behind fourth-place Evanston and 42 strokes behind leader Cheyenne East. Brayden James paced Sheridan with a round of 81 and is tied for 12th place.

The competition concludes Saturday.


Tongue River golf teams in contention after first day at state

DAYTON — The Tongue River High School boys and girls golf teams are both in second place after the first day at state competition in Newcastle.

The Eagles are tied with Thermopolis and Wright with a score of 418 and sit 11 shots behind Kemmerer. Nick Summers is in second place after shooting an 84 to lead the boys team.

The Lady Eagles have a total score of 348 and are 12 strokes behind Wright. Mackenzie Aksamit stands in second place with a round of 105 to pace the girls team.

The competition concludes Saturday.


Big Horn fifth through first day at state

BIG HORN — The Big Horn High School boys golf team is in fifth place after the first day at the state competition in Newcastle with a team score of 433. The Rams are 26 shots behind Kemmerer and 15 strokes back of Thermopolis, Wright and Tongue River.

Dalton Nelson led the way for Big Horn and is tied for eighth with a score of 95.

The competition concludes Saturday.

Sheridan loses in three sets

SHERIDAN — Sheridan High School’s volleyball team dropped three straight sets against Thunder Basin Friday and fell to 4-9 on the season. 

Sheridan lost the first set 17-25, the second 20-25 and the third 17-25. 

The Lady Broncs will play against Campbell County tomorrow.

Tongue River falls in four

DAYTON – Tongue River High School’s volleyball team lost three of four sets against Greybull Friday and head into the weekend with a 5-7-1 record on the season. 

After dropping the first set 17-25, Tongue River fought back to win the second set 25-23. They lost the next to sets convincingly, however, dropping the third set 9-25 and the fourth set 11-25. 

Tongue River will play Riverside Saturday at 2 p.m.