Sports

2014 SHS FALL ATHLETICS TIMELINE

Football

Player/Parent meeting Aug 9th at 4 pm in the SHS auditorium

Practice for 10-12 grade at 7 am and 4:30 pm starting Aug 11th
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Practice for 9th grade at 7 am starting Aug 11th

All other sports start practice on Aug 18th as follows

Volleyball-Monday the 18th 9 am and 4 pm at SHS gym
Tuesday the 19th -Friday the 22nd practices at 6 am and 4 pm

Cross Country-Monday the 18th 6:30 am at SHS, 4 pm at SJHS swimming pool

Girls Swimming and Diving-Monday the 18th at 7 am at SJHS swimming pool

Holy Name School Golf Tournament results

22 Four person teams participated in the Golf Tournament.

The Tournament raised over $18,000 for Holy Name Catholic School!

Listed below are the Gross & Net winning Teams and their scores.

Gross:

Joe Mallo – Aaron Linden
1st Place: $400 56 Jay Calentine – Greg Legerski
Tie Steve Kennedy – Jay Hardesty
2nd Place: $400 56 Mike Hardesty – Rich Behlow

3rd Place: $200 60 Mike Coulter – Dan Overton
Bart Ostoff – Barry Thomas

4th Place: $100 61 Larry Tellez- Jim Peil
Jess Hattervig – Josh Schriver

Net:
Nick Sweeney – Jim Stevens

Troopers end season / Hoffman Days / Fall sports timeline

AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers were eliminated from their state tournament last Friday losing their final game of the year to Cheyenne 7-4.

Gillette took the state title beating Casper 6-1 Saturday, Cody won the "A"state tournament in Laramie Saturday beating Powell 15-1.

HOFFMAN DAYS - Sheridan college and the Sheridan college foundation hosted Hoffman days over the weekend honoring Bruce Hoffman for fifty years of service to the college.

It started with a golf tournament and lunch Friday and ended with a banquet Saturday night.

Troopers fall at state baseball, play again today / 2014 Fall Sports / 3 on 3 volleyball tomorrow

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers dropped a tight game at the state "AA" American Legion baseball tournament in Gillette last night Gillette beat the Troopers 11-10

Casper beat Cheyenne 8-2 setting up today's action, at 1:00 Cheyenne plays Jackson in a loser out game, the winner of that game will turn right around and play the Troopers at 4:00.

The two winners Gillette and Casper play tonight at 7:00 with the winner advancing to the state title game.

Troopers win opener at state / Outdoor Volleyball Tourney Saturday / Rockies win / Broncos open exhibition football in a week

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers opened the state "AA" American Legion baseball tournament in Gillette last night and beat Jackson 12-10 to advance in the winner's bracket.

They will play number one seed Gillette at 7:00 tonight the other game today has Cheyenne taking on Casper at 4:00.

If they win tonight the Troops will move into the championship game, if they lose they will play the loser of today's game between Cheyenne and Casper tomorrow afternoon.

Troopers open state tourney tonight / Broncos upbeat in training camp / Rockies fall in 16 innings

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers open the state "AA" American Legion baseball tournament in Gillette tonight they play Jackson at 7:00.

Troopers Head coach Ben Phillips says the Troopers have to be patient at the plate.

The Troops played Jackson once this season winning that game at home, Phillips says the Giants have a good club and Troops will have to play well.

UW Volleyball Camp

University of Wyoming Satellite Volleyball Camp hosted by the Sheridan Volleyball Club at Sheridan High School.

Over 65 girls participated in the two-day camp under the guidance of UW Head Volleyball Coach Chad Callihan, UW Assistant Coach Dan Georgalas and UW players.

Troopers open "AA" State Wednesday / Fall sports athletes need physicals

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers will open the state "AA" tournament in Gillette tomorrow night they play Jackson at 7:00.

The winner plays top seed Gillette Thursday, the loser plays Friday against the loser of Thursday's match up between Cheyenne and Casper.

Troopers head coach Ben Phillips says pitching is the key for trooper
success.
And he says it's not just throwing and mechanics it's the whole staff being mentally tough and ready to pitch.