Jets finish "B" tourney in 3rd place / Troopers open state "AA" Wednesday

JETS BASEBALL - The state "B" American Legion baseball tournament wrapped up Sunday at Thorne-Rider stadium the Sheridan Jets were eliminated in the first game yesterday.

The Jets won their first two games before taking a loss against Gillette Saturday. They faced Cheyenne yesterday for the right to take on Gillette again for the state title but lost 6-0 ending their season.

Head coach Ryan Murner says it's tough when the season ends.

In the first two games the Jets tore the cover off the ball banging out a combined 27 hits in two victories but the bats cooled off Saturday and Sunday.

Murner says he's proud of the season the jest had as the players showed great improvement since the start of the season back in May.

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers will open the state "AA" tournament in Gillette Wednesday night they play Jackson.

ADULT SOFTBALL - The Sheridan Rec district summer adult softball leagues continue to go strong the season will culminate with softball championship weekend starting Thursday August 14th and ending on Sunday the 17th and something new this year is all games will all be played at Thorne-Rider stadium, adult softball Coordinator Robbie Spencer.

3 ON 3 VOLLEYBALL TOURNEY - The 2nd annual "Never Flinch" summer slam 3 on 3 volleyball tournament will be held Saturday on the grass at the Sheridan county YMCA.
To get your teams into the tournament info is available on the sports page at sheridanmedia.com.

YOUTH SOCCER - The Sheridan county soccer association finishes up youth soccer registration for fall traveling soccer this week. The deadline is Friday registration is on-line only at the Sheridan soccer website at sheridansoccer.org.

LOCAL GOLF - Kendrick golf course will host a four person nine hole team scramble Friday for Sheridan college's Hoffman days celebration the lunch and golf will be the kickoff event for a the weekend to honor former Generals basketball coach and current trustee Bruce Hoffman as the coach celebrates 50 years at Sheridan college.

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