Archive - Nov 10, 2010

THE SHERIDAN COLLEGE GENERALS OPEN 2010-11 SEASON WITH A BLOW-OUT VICTORY

Generals Head Coach Steve Smiley

The Sheridan college Generals opened the 2010-11 season with a big North Sub-region road win at Little Big Horn Community college Tuesday night the Generals routed the Rams 116-47.

The Generals host a two day tournament Friday and Saturday at the Hoffman dome. Games Friday will be at 5:30 and 7:30 and Saturday at 3:00 and 5:00.

SRD WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL

SHERIDAN RECREATION DISTRICT
WOMEN’S “BB” LEAGUE VOLLEYBALL

DR. SCOTT’S TOTS 2-0
HOSPITAL PHARMACY 1-0
TEAM DYNAMITE 1-0
THE KNECHTERS 1-0
MOPS 0-1
SHERIDAN WOMEN’S HEALTH 0-1
LDS CHURCH 0-1
MOXY SCHREIBER VET HOSPITAL 0-1

RESULTS OF GAMES FROM TUES. 11/9/10!

DR. SCOTT’S TOT’S OVER THE KNECHTERS
25-13, 25-18

SHERIDAN RECREATION DISTRICT
WOMEN’S “B” LEAGUE VOLLEYBALL

DUTCH CREEK/TAPEWORMS 2-0
FIDELITY E & P 1-0
BIG HORN RADIOLOGY 1-0
307 CLOTHING 1-1
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK 0-1

SHERIDAN AND BIG HORN STATE FOOTBALL PREVIEW

Swarming Bronc Defense

STATE CHAMPIONSHIP FOOTBALL - The Wyoming state football championships will be played in Laramie Friday and Saturday there will be two games Friday with Snake River playing Hanna-Elk Mountain in the 6-Man game at noon.

The Buffalo Bison will take on the Douglas Bearcats in the 3-A game at 3:00.

There will be three games Saturday starting with the Big Horn Rams playing Thermopolis at 10:00.

The 1-A final will kickoff at 1:00 and will have Cokeville against Lusk followed by the Sheridan Broncs and Natrona county Mustangs at 4:00.

Governor Dave on Cats, Dogs and (his) Wife, Nancy

The Sheridan Dog & Cat Shelter honored Governor Dave Freudenthal and Mayor Dave Kinskey in a ceremony Tuesday at the shelter for their help in getting a walking path and exercise yard for the dogs.

Governor Dave Greets Happy Dogs at Sheridan's Shelter

Fewer local dogs are going crazy and many are much happier now than they were a year ago.

"Malcolm Wallop--Conversations on Democracy”

The “Malcolm Wallop Fund for Conversations on Democracy” had its debut forum Tuesday night at Sheridan College.