Archive - Oct 2010 - Sports

October 7th


Dolphins- 0

Jets-12 5 OT

Last night of games will be 10/12

Consolation 5:30
Vikings vs Jets

Championship 6:45
Broncos vs Cardinals

October 6th


BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs host Evanston tomorrow night for homecoming both teams are 5-1 and the winner will have the upper hand in gaining home field advantage in the playoffs.

Broncs Head coach Don Julian says the coaches want the players to enjoy the week's activities but make sure they're ready to get down to business tomorrow night.

With the Broncs and Red Devils both with 5-1 records the game is a big for the winner as far as playoff position.




Broncos vs Cardinals next Tuesday for Championship.

Bottom bracket


Vikings vs Dolphins

Saints vs Jets

October 5th

The High School Cross Country regular seasons ends tomorrow

Bronc Senior Dylan Morin leads the Broncs into a meet in Helena, Montana tomorrow

BRONC AND LADY BRONC CROSS COUNTRY - The Sheridan high school cross country teams close out the regular season tomorrow at an invitational meet in Helena, Montana.

The Broncs are coming off a first place finish in Billings last week the Lady Broncs had a good day as well finishing 3rd Head coach Art Bauers says both teams have really stepped up their performance the last few weeks.

Sheridan high school Homecoming Week Schedule

Tuesday-Oct. 5: Sophomore theme day: Pajama Day
*Permissions for Powder Puff Football due
7:00 pm: Ultimate Frisbee

Wednesday-Oct. 6: Junior theme day: Twin Day
7:00 Powder Puff Football, Refs: Mr. Mowry & Mr. Daniels

October 4th

The Sheridan Lady Bronc swimmers and divers conclude their regular season this week

Lady Bronc Gretchen Dougherty competes in the 200 IM

LADY BRONC SWIMMING AND DIVING - This is the final week of the regular season for the Lady Bronc swimmers and divers they are coming off a dual sweep of both Casper schools and coach Larry White says the Lady Broncs continue to improve.

White says the victory over Kelly Walsh was especially big for the Lady Broncs because it had been a while since they've beaten the Trojans.

UW punter is MWC co-special teams player of week

UW Punter Austin McCoy

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming junior punter Austin McCoy has been selected as the Mountain West Conference co-special teams player of the week.

McCoy not only helped Wyoming control field position in a 20-15road win over the Toledo last Saturday, but he completed a 34-yard pass on a trick play to keep a scoring drive alive for the Cowboys.

McCoy punted eight times, placing two of his punts inside the
Toledo 10-yard line. Toledo had no yards on punt returns.
He is No. 16 in the nation and No. 2 in the conference in
punting average with 44.8 yards per punt.

Sheridan College Rodeo

Here are the Sheridan college results from the college rodeo in Lamar Colorado. Shane Stevens placed 5th in the 1st go round and 5th in the average in the Bareback riding.
Kacy Townsleay placed 7th in the long go I the bullriding and got bucked off in the short round.

Ty Hiatt was 10th in long go and scored 78 PTA in short-round in the Saddle bronc riding for 4th place in short and 5th in average.

Chelsey Kelly placed 4th in the short in breakaway roping 4th in average. Cory Albright got bucked off in the short in the bullriding.

October 3rd

The Lady Broncs runner ups at state tennis and more from the weekend

Gigi Ruskowski and Hailey Ligocki won the #2 Double state title in Cheyenne Saturday

STATE TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS - The Sheridan Lady Bronc tennis team finished 2nd in the state tournament behind Gillette.

In number one singles Noelle Golinvaux made it to the finals but had to settle being the runner up, in number two singles Rachel Wood fought her way back through the consolation bracket and finished as the consolation winner.

The number one doubles team of Haley King and Emily Berry lost in the semi finals and came back to win the consolation bracket

October 1st

Big Horn wins big in bid for the number one 2-A ranking

Big Horn football and volleyball sweep homecoming competition

RAMS FOOTBALL - The Big Horn Rams blew out Thermopolis Friday 42-7 in the anticipated number one against number two battle.

The rams will assume the number one position when the new rankings come out next Tuesday. Next week the Rams will play on the road at Moorcroft.

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs bounced back fine after their first loss of the season. Friday night the Broncs shut out Laramie on the road 35-0.

Next week the Broncs host their homecoming game against Evanston.

EAGLES FOOTBALL - The Tongue River Eagles lost 33-13 at Wright Friday night.