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SHERIDAN JR HIGH RODEO STANDOUTS

Shyanna Cahoy

Two Sheridan Jr highschool students who have competed and qualified for the National finals in the jr high rodeo divison.

Shyanna Cahoy and Saige Pollard both qualified to compete in the National Jr High finals rodeo.

Shyanna placed 3rd in the state of Wyoming in the barrel racing.

Saige qualified to compete in the barrels, poles, goat tying and ribbon roping.

They competed in a total of 9 rodeos, around the state, with points accumalating throughout the season.

The state finals were held in Big Piney last weekend.

SHERIDAN BABERUTH BASEBALL

Sheridan Babe Ruth is proud to announce the results of the past two weekends of baseball tournament play.

Buffalo Tournament June 4-5 - Sheridan wins with 13-15 team

Douglas Tournament June 11-12 - Sheridan wins with 14-15 team

Please congratulate the players and coaches and wish them well for the upcoming Spearfish Tournament where Sheridan will field both a 13 and a 14-15 team for the June 17-19 competition.

NEW COACHES AT SHERIDAN COLLEGE

NEW LADY GENERALS VOLLEYBALL COACH JENNIFER WEITZEL

SC BASKETBALL CAMP - The Sheridan college men's basketball program is hosting their annual youth basketball camp this week in the Hoffman dome.

Generals Head coach Steve Smiley had time out of his schedule yesterday to announce a couple of new hires for the athletic department.

LADY GENERALS VOLLEYBALL - The Lady Generals volleyball program has a new Head coach, Jonea Rima announced her resignation as head a week and half ago and the college had to work fast to get a new coach in place.

2011 Sheridan Media Scramble Results

1st Gross - 59 - $412.50/team

  • Bernie Spielman
  • Bob Phillips
  • Randy Wieland
  • Cheryl Wieland

1st Net - 55.2 - $412.50/team

  • Russell Groombridge
  • Margo Heck
  • Rich Sweeny
  • Whitney Sweeny

2nd Net - 55.7 - $270.00/team

  • Bret Ketchum
  • Marc Ketchum
  • Jason Hamby
  • Jerry Harold

3rd Net - 56.2 - $195.00/team

  • Patrick Johnson

WYOMING BOYS SWEEP MONTANA / TROOPERS SPLIT WITH GILLETTE

ALL-STAR HOOPS - The first two games of the annual Wyoming / Montana high school all star basketball series were split both Friday and Saturday as the Wyoming boys swept Montana and the Montana girls swept for the second year in a row.

Wyoming girls coach Frank McCarthy says they ran into a pretty good Montana team.

After winning big in Sheridan Friday team Wyoming played from behind all night Saturday but tied the game late and won in overtime.

WYOMING ALL-STARS SPLIT / TROOPERS SWEEP

Bronc Raith Durham and the WYO All stars beat Montana 92-77

WYOMING ALL-STAR HOOPS - The Wyoming and Montana All-stars split their games in the Hoffman dome at Sheridan college Friday night.

The Montana girls got off to a fast start and ran away from the Wyoming girls building up a 50-29 lead at the half and cruised to a 94-65 victory.

They play again tonight in Billings tipoff is at 6:00 you can hear the game live on 14-10 KWYO pregame starts at 5:30.

The Wyoming boys led nearly the whole way Friday night and beat Montana 92-77. It was the first win in Sheridan for the Wyoming boys since 2002.

ALL-STAR HOOPS / TROOPER BASEBALL HIGHLIGHT THE WEEKEND

Big Horn All-star Colby Wollenman gets up some shots

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers are 11-4 overall they host two games with the Torrington Tigers tonight the first game is scheduled for 6:00.

The big games will be Sunday when they host two conference games with Gillette Head coach Ben Phillips.

The first pitch of the double header will be tossed out 1:00 we will be broadcasting the game one live on 14-10 KWYO.

WYOMING ALL-STAR HOOPS - The first two games of the annual Wyoming / Montana high school all star basketball series will be played tonight at Sheridan college.

ALL-STAR BASKETBALL FRIDAY NIGHT IN SHERIDAN

Lady Bronc Kayla Woodward

WYOMING / MONTANA ALL-STAR BASKETBALL - The first two games of the annual Wyoming / Montana high school all star basketball series will be played tomorrow night at Sheridan college.

We sat down with several of the players and got their feelings on being on the team as they get ready to take on Montana this weekend.

The Sheridan Lady Broncs have two players on the team Kayla Woodward who will play at Wyoming this fall and Brianna Smith who will play at Sheridan college.

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