Sheridan played host to the Border Wars with four Wyoming schools — Sheridan, Cody, Campbell County and Thunder Basin high schools — facing four schools from Montana — Bozeman, Billings West, Billings Senior and Billings Skyview high schools.
The Sheridan Hawks followed up a 12-3 win Friday night over the Butte Cobras with another dominant performance, defeating the Cobras 14-3 in the Whitney Rink at the M&M’s Center Saturday.
The Big Horn Lady Rams beat the Tongue River Lady Eagles in four sets in their Dig Pink matchup Saturday at home, losing only the first set.
The Sheridan Hawks will face a familiar opponent for the first time this season when they host the Butte Cobras Friday and Saturday.
Entering the season, seniors on the Sheridan High School football team had the goal to be the first or second seed for the playoffs.
Sheridan College volleyball defeated Rocky Mountain College in a hard-fought five set match, winning 3-2.
Big Horn and Tongue River high schools will share the football field Friday night and both teams will have a McCafferty wearing No. 12 quarterbacking the offenses.
Enter the pool at the Sheridan Junior High School where the Lady Broncs train for high school competition and you will hear the sound of the water churning as the swimmers stare at the line of the bottom of the pool, swimming laps for hours, adding distance each day.
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The Sheridan College men’s soccer team won over conference opponent Northwest College 2-0 Saturday, bringing the team to 3-6-1 on the season.
Sheridan College sophomore forward Margaret Hamilton scored four goals and sophomore forward Chezney Mamalis netted a hat trick in the Lady General’s dominating 13-0 victory over conference-rival Northwest College Saturday.
The Sheridan Hawks lost 4-0 to the Great Falls Americans at home Saturday, dropping their record to 2-3 on the season.
DAYTON — The Tongue River Eagles lost to the Southeast Cyclones in the team’s homecoming game Friday night, ending their playoff chances for the year. Southeast beat the [...]
The Sheridan Hawks, 3-3, are ready to host division opponent Great Falls Americans, 4-1, Friday and Saturday.
The injury bug hit Tongue River High School football hard last weekend in its loss to Pine Bluffs High School, with five players being added to the injury list for the Eagles.
Sheridan College volleyball had its first home conference game of the season, taking on Casper College.
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