Sports

SC VOLLEYBALL PLAYER COMMITS

Lady General’s sophomore Reyna Acosta has decided to continue her education and volleyball career next season at Western New Mexico University.

Reyna a 5’4 Libero/Defensive Specialist from Pearl City, Hawaii spent last two seasons with the Generals as tremendous asset to the program. As a freshman Reyna had70 service aces and 315 digs at 2.69 digs per game.

GENERALS PLAYER SIGNS

Wayne Bradford

Sheridan College freshman guard Wayne Bradford has signed a national letter of to play for Weber State University. Bradford averaged 11.2 points, 2.4 rebounds, and 1.4 assists for the Generals this past season, helping them to a record of 25-7.

Bradford led the nation in free throw percentage this past season, shooting an outstanding 90.7% from the charity stripe. A highly efficient shooter, Bradford also shot 48.8% from the field and 41% from beyond the arc.

Buffalo And Kaycee Teams Preparing For Competition

Buffalo and Kaycee High School teams will be in action this weekend, but the Bison and Lady Bison soccer teams already have games under their belts this week.

Monday the boys hosted Kelly Walsh and played to a 1-1 tie. The boys are now 8-0-2 on the season.

The Lady Bison played at Kelly Walsh Monday, losing the game 3-1. Their record is now 5-5.

Both teams will travel to Rawlins on Friday to take on the Outlaws and Lady Outlaws with games scheduled at 3 for the girls, 5 for the boys.

THE SHERIDAN BRONCS HAVE THEIR NEXT HEAD BASKETBALL COACH

BRONC BASKETBALL - The Sheridan Bronc basketball program has a new Head coach as Bronc assistant Gale Smith takes over for Mike Ibach who resigned last month.

Smith has been a teacher and coach in District two for the last 17 years and was an assistant coach under Ibach for the last six we sat down yesterday at Sheridan high to visit with the new Head coach.

Since Smith has been in the program for the last six seasons he says it will be a smooth transition for the returning players.

TRACK AND FIELD / COWBOY JOE / TROOPER BASEBALL COLLEGE SIGNEE

TRACK AND FIELD - The Sheridan high school track teams hosted the "Gary Benson" Memorial Border War track meet yesterday. The Broncs Micheal Rotellini won two events with winning times in the 800 and 1600 meters.

Saturday Sheridan high school hosts the annual "Dan Hansen" track invitational events will get underway at 10:00.

SOCCER - The Bronc and Lady Bronc soccer teams have more conference action this week. The Broncs play in Laramie and Cheyenne South while the Lady Broncs host the Plainsmen and Bison.

2012 WYOMING ALL-STAR BASKETBALL TEAM SELECTION

BOYS:
JASON MCMANAMEN – TORRINGTON (PLAYING FOR UNIV. OF WYOMING)
RILEY RYAN – SHERIDAN (PLAYING FOR BLACK HILLS STATE)
JOHN SOUNDINGSIDES – WYOMING INDIAN (UNDECIDED)
HUNTER REESE – SHERIDAN (PLAYING FOR SD SCHOOL OF MINES)
CHASE RILEY – ROCK SPRINGS (PLAYING FOR CASPER COLLEGE)
RYAN MADSEN – WHEATLAND (PLAYING FOR CASPER COLLEGE)
TAYLOR MILLAY – GLENROCK (UNDECIDED)
CODY ANDERSON – GILLETTE (UNDECIDED)
CORY PECK – NATRONA (UNDECIDED)
TIMMY BENEDICT – WRIGHT (UNDECIDED)
 
GIRLS:
CHRISTIE SCHEIL – CHEYENNE CENTRAL (RUNNING TRACK AT MONTANA STATE)

GARY BENSON TRACK MEET RESULTS

Girls 100 Meter Dash

Name Year School Seed Prelims H#

Preliminaries
1 Randee Erb Jr CAM 12.91 12.70q 2
2 Chloe Rector Jr Billings Sen 12.66 12.95q 1
3 Brooke Myers Sr Cody High Sc 13.13 13.06q 1
4 Michon Morgan Sr Billings Sky 12.97 13.14q 3
5 Megan Welch Jr Cody High Sc 13.12 13.28q 1
6 Paige Hanewald Jr Natrona 13.03 13.33q 3

THREE FROM SHERIDAN COUNTY RUN IN BOSTON

Three Sheridan county runners competed in the Boston marathon Monday. Del Acker and Curt Schwamb from Sheridan and Keri McMeans from Dayton.

Acker ran a time of 3:52:49, Schwamb ran the course in 2:58:07 and McMeans finished in a time of 3:58:47.