TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers had their home opener rained out Sunday and now wait six more days until their next games.
The Troops are schedule to play at Rapid City post #320 Saturday and two in Powell Sunday.
Head coach Ben Phillips says they just have to play the waiting game and right now they just need to play to get the bats going and get that pitching staff more live innings.
The next home date for the Troops will be Thursday May 29th in a double header with Douglas.
BRONC / LADY BRONC SOCCER - The Bronc and Lady Bronc soccer teams split their games with Gillette Friday ending their regular season.
Gillette got a late goal in the second half and beat the Broncs 1-0, the Broncs now head to their regional tournament in Gillette Thursday they open with Cheyenne East in a loser out match at 5:30.
The Lady Broncs had to beat Gillette to get the #2 seed in the regional tournament and they did it with a 3-1 victory.
They will get the automatic bid into the state tournament and a first round bye at the regional they play in the semi finals Friday.
Head coach Mallery Marshall says the Lady Broncs did it by making great improvements to their game through out the season.
TRACK AND FIELD - The high school track and field regular season came to a close over the weekend now it's onto the post season.
The 4-A East regional track meet will be held at Cheyenne South high school next week.
Big Horn, Tongue River, Arvada/Clearmont and NSI track athletes will have their regional meet in Torrington.
BASKETBALL - The Wyoming high school basketball all-star teams are set for the games with Montana as we are a month away from the annual series June 13th and 14th.
Three Sheridan county players will represent next month Sheridan Bronc Reed Ritterbucsh will play for the boys and two on the girls team Lady Bronc Maddy McClure and Tongue River Lady Eagle Sarah Rawlings.
The same week of the all-star games the Sheridan college Generals will have their boys youth basketball camp, Generals Head coach Steve Smiley.
Also at the end of June the Generals staff will host their annual Wyoming boys high school elite camp which is by invitation only.
ROCKIES BASEBALL - The Colorado Rockies lost 4-1 at Cincinnati Sunday. The Rocks get a much needed off day today, they've played 40 games in 42 days and stand at 23-17.
They will play two games in Kansas City tomorrow and Wednesday before heading back to Coors field for six straight at home.