TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers ran their record to 38-8 last night after sweeping a double header with Spearfish, South Dakota.
The Troops took a 1-0 lead in the 3rd inning Spearfish tied it at one on the 4th then took a 2-1 lead in the 5th, the Troop's bats warmed up as they scored four in the 6th to take a 5-2 lead and that would be the final score.
Skyler Dietsche had a big 2-RBI single to give the Troops the lead Cameron Harnish went 3-3 with a double and run score and Josh Loeske and Lucas Giesey each had RBI singles in the win.
Drew Adriaens looked good in the that first game and had command of all his pitches he went the distance and gave up 7 hits and two runs to pick up the victory, Head coach Ben Phillips says it was a really good game and well played by both teams.
Dietsche came through with a big hit to put the troops up in the 6th and Cameron Harnish a big had hit
The Troopers had scored an average of 15 runs in their last three wins and Phillips says it was good to see the players make the adjustments at the plate in the first game to grind out the win.
They took game two 9-0 now they have a few until a big road double header in Gillette Monday night and with just two and half weeks left in the regular season Phillips the Troops are in a pretty good spot as they prepare or the district and state tournaments.
WYO RODEO - The Sheridan WYO rodeo continues into day two with more slack timed events begin this morning at 9:00 and the second performance starts at 7:00.
Sheridan Media will be making our annual broadcast tomorrow morning starting at 6:00 at the Kiwanis pancake breakfast and finishing up with the WYO rodeo parade at 10:00.
You can hear it live on News / Talk 930 KROE and 93.7 the Coyote also the live video webcast for Friday morning's activities can be seen on line at Sheridanmedia.com and Sheridan cable channel 21 starting at 8:00 am.
YOUTH FOOTBALL CAMP - The Sheridan and Big Horn high school football programs are combining efforts next week to host a high school football camp sponsored by the NFL and the National Guard
The Bronc coaching staff will also be hosting their young Bronc camp will run in the evenings Monday through Wednesday at Sheridan high school the camp is open to all football players 8th grade and younger the high school camp with run each evening through Thursday.
The little Bronc camp cost is ten dollars and the high school camp is free. For more information on the camps you can contact Don Julian at Sheridan high school or Micheal McGuire at Big Horn high school.