Archive - Jan 20, 2011 - Sports


The Arvada-Clearmont Junior High Boys basketball team kicked off their regular season this past weekend. The Cowboys have 13 players out for JHBB (every boy in 5th – 8th grade) 7 of which are 5th and 6th graders.

Playing 5th graders is unique to Clearmont because the school is so small they must pull 5th and 6th graders to fill JV and even Varsity spots in order to have enough boys to have a team. These boys played very tough against schools 4 and 5 times their size.

Sheridan Storm U-14 Girls Soccer team wins indoor soccer title

Sheridan Storm U-14 soccer team

The Sheridan Storm U14 Girls soccer team won their division of the Cowboy Turf Wars indoor soccer tournament held in Laramie January 8-10th.

The Sheridan Storm team defeated the Laramie Pink Teen Trouble team with a score of 10-6 to win the championship.

Coach David Edeen says "Our toughest opponent was the RECCOS Rage from Scottsbluff, NE, but the girls played with heart and dedication to win this; our girls just wanted it more.


Bronc Senior Issac Carrel Signs to play college baseball today

TROOPER BASEBALL SIGNING - Sheridan high school senior Issac Carrell will sign a letter of intent today to play baseball for McCook college in Nebraska.

Carrell is a starter on the Bronc basketball team and will step out of basketball mode for a few minutes today and turn to baseball to sign his letter of intent to play this fall at McCook.

Carrell says the prospect of playing college ball has been a goal of his for a long time.