07/25/09 sports for Saturday

AMERICAN LEGION BASEBAL - The Sheridan Troopers are still alive at the American Legion north district baseball tournament in Casper. The Troops banged out 17 hits eliminating Lovell Friday 15-10. The Troopers play Gillette today in another loser out game if they win that game they will qualify for the state tournament.

The Sheridan Jets are rolling at the junior American legion baseball tournament at Thorne-rider stadium last night Jets beat Gillette 9-6 to advance to the winners bracket semi final game tonight against top seed Cheyenne. Here's the schedule today in elimination games Wheatland plays Gillette and Casper plays Laramie. The Jets and Cheyenne square off at 7 o'clock. The schedule tomorrow will have a loser out semi final game at 10 am with the winner advancing to the title game at 1 o'clock.

NHSFR - The national high school finals rodeo will finish up tonight in Farmington, New Mexico.The last 2nd go performance in this morning. Taylor Kelly from Sheridan is up this morning for his second ride in the saddle bronc riding, Luke Camino will make is second run in the steer wrestling this morning, Jake Gill did not make the short go in the tie down roping for the girls Megan Belus from Buffalo sits 5th overall in the breakaway roping and looks like she will make the short go in that event she finished 112th in pole bending. Nikki Bauman from Sheridan is 63rd in breakaway roping and 48th in goat tying. Maggie Boyle who represented Sheridan last year and hails from South Carolina this year is up this morning in the barrel race and still has a good chance to make the short go.

LOCAL GOLF - The Kendrick golf course club championship is being played this weekend next week Kendrick and the Sheridan country club will host the annual city championship the tournament will be played Saturday and Sunday with 18 holes at each course registration will be taken at both courses.

HIGH GOAL POLO - The Flying "H" polo club will host the "Bob Tate" memorial cup this afternoon play begins at 1 o'clock admission is free bring blankets and chairs.

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