Rosters were announced Tuesday for the Wyoming-Montana All-Star game, and Sheridan will have representation.
The All-State state track and field teams were announced Tuesday.
Sheridan High School will play host to the 18th annual Wyoming Rehab Hoop Jam, which is set for June 1-2.
The 4A soccer All-State team was announced Monday, and a couple Sheridan High School athletes earned the honor.
The Sheridan Troopers’ quartet of contests this weekend were snowed out.
Big Horn High School track and field Head Coach Kirk McLaughlin used a football analogy with Kyler Ostler. Seeing as Ostler competes in both football and track, it made it appropriate to compare the two sporting worlds.
Carleigh Reish didn’t have the most confident mindset ahead of the state track and field meet in Casper this weekend.
When Sheridan High School’s Carter McComb stepped up and placed third in the 300-meter hurdles — well above his preliminary position — Head Coach Taylor Kelting thought the tide had perhaps turned in his team’s favor.
SHERIDAN — The Sheridan High School boys track and field team began its move up the team standings in Casper Friday during the second day [...]
The list of quarterbacks that have led the University of Wyoming to a bowl game in the past 15 years isn’t long.
The Sheridan High School track and field team competed in the first day of the state track and field meet in Casper Thursday.
Rachel Petersburg doesn’t have any goals ahead of the state track and field meet.
The Sheridan High School golf team wrapped up its spring schedule at the 4A East Conference tournament in Gillette Tuesday.
Sheridan College volleyball head coach Jennifer Stadler accepted the head coaching position at Chadron State College.
While the origin may change depending on which party one talks to, the message remains the same.
Sheridan County teams are sending track and field athletes to the state meet in Casper Thursday.
The Tongue River boys team finished fifth place with a total of 792 shots.
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The Big Horn High School boys track and field team was quite frankly worried in some regards heading into Saturday’s final day of the regional meet in Sheridan.
The Sheridan Troopers earned a split in their home opener at Thorne-Rider Park Sunday.
Following a couple high fives and a hug for his three sprinters, Sheridan High School head coach Taylor Kelting couldn’t have stood more pleased with how his team competed Saturday at the regional meet.
The Tongue River High School track and field team competed in day one of the regional meet in Shoshoni Friday.
Timothy Brown didn’t sleep well Thursday.
The Sheridan High School girls track and field team isn’t loaded with talent or as as much depth as last year.
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