TRACK AND FIELD - The Wyoming high school activities association held the annual Wyoming track classic in Casper yesterday.
Six from Sheridan high school and three from Tongue River high school competed, for Tongue River Hunter Vineyard tied the meet record winning the high jump at 5'7.
The Eagles Taylor Heaps finished 2nd in the 800 meters and Nate Plymell was 6th in the pole vault
For the Sheridan Lady Broncs Claire Korpela and Lauren Buyan finished 3rd and 7th in the 300 meter hurdles, Bailie Dannels was 3rd in the 400 meters and Katie Rotellini was 2nd at 800 meters.
Kyle Dietsche and Chris Garber placed 2nd and 5th in the 1600 meters..
LADY BRONC SOCCER - The Lady Bronc soccer team will play at Casper Kelly Walsh this evening in a make up game that was washed out last Friday Lady Broncs Head coach Tom Racette says this match begins their run into the post season.
And Racette talks about what the Lady Broncs must do tonight to pick up a victory.
They will close out the regular season hosting games with the Cheyenne schools Friday and Saturday.
BRONC SOCCER - The Broncs will close out the regular season with road matches at East and Central this weekend.
BRONC / LADY BRONC GOLF - The Sheridan high school golfers get back into action this week with an 18 hole tournament in Riverton Friday and another one round event in Casper Saturday.
Sheridan high school will host their own invitational next Tuesday at Kendrick golf course, that meet will end the regular season.
The spring high school golf season will end in two weeks at the conference tournament in Cheyenne.
TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan troopers will play their home opener this week with a double header against Powell we will be broadcasting the opener live on AM 14-10 KWYO. The first pitch is scheduled to be tossed out at 1:00 Saturday afternoon.
GENERALS BASKETBALL - Sheridan college Men's basketball coach Steve Smiley announced the signing of 6'8 forward Nate Stenssgaard from Rapid City, South Dakota.
And over the next few days they expect to get many more official commitments.
Smiley also had three of his former players sign to play basketball and four year schools yesterday including one to the Big Ten conference.