Jets take two in season finale / State "B" baseball starts Thursday / Local golf , table tennis and volleyball
JETS BASEBALL - The Sheridan Jets closed out their regular season last night sweeping a double header from Lovell and end the season on a six game winning streak, they took the first game 9-7 and the second game 8-5,
Sheridan hosts the 2014 class "B" American legion state tournament this week the tournament starts with four games Thursday.
Game times Thursday are 1:00, 3:30. 6:00 and 8:30 the Sheridan "B" all-stars will play Gillette at 1:00, Laramie plays Cody at 3:30, Cheyenne and Jackson play at 6:00 and the Jets play Casper at 8:30.
They will have five games Friday starting at 10:00 am the title game is scheduled for Sunday.
TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers will close out the regular season with a road trip to Cheyenne Friday then onto the Double "AA" state tournament in Gillette July 30th.
LOCAL GOLF - Kendrick golf course will host the city championships Saturday and Sunday they are now taking registration for the tournament at the club house.
Kendrick golf course will host a golf outing Friday August 1st for Hoffman days. They will host a lunch and nine hole golf scramble it's a four person 9 hole team scramble.
Sheridan college and the Sheridan college foundation are hosting a two day celebration for longtime generals basketball coach and current trustee Bruce Hoffman for the coach's 50 years with the college.
TABLE TENNIS - The father and son duo of Rod and Decker Trahan of Sheridan both won medals at last weekend's Big Sky state game in Billings.
Both took silver in their table tennis events, Rod Trahan says they had a great time competing in the big sky state games his son Decker came to the sport playing video games.
For more information on getting a table tennis club in Sheridan you can contact Rod Trahan by email at email@example.com or call 461-4483.
3 0N 3 VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT - The 2nd annual "Never Flinch" summer slam 3 on 3 volleyball tournament will be held Saturday August 2nd at the Sheridan county YMCA.
Funds from the tournament will go to support the "Weston Johnson" memorial scholarship at Sheridan high school, johnson lost his battle with cancer this past winter.