Sheridan boys swimming competes at Laramie meet

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan boys swimming team competed at the Laramie January Invite Saturday. The Broncs finished sixth out of 12 teams. Lander took home first place.

Sheridan had two individual swimmers and two relay teams record top-five finishes.

Ben Patten placed fourth in the 50-yard freestyle, and Isaac Otto took third in the 100-yard freestyle. 

In the 200-yard freestyle relay, Patten, Skyler Mayo, Luca Sinclair and Otto teamed for fifth place. Jarret Thompson, Mayo, Coleman Hanchett and Otto also finished fifth in the 400-yard freestyle relay.

The Broncs next compete at home Jan. 25. They host Campbell County and Thunder Basin at 4 p.m.

 

Sheridan wrestling hosts Border Wars

SHERIDAN — Along with Campbell County, Thunder Basin and Worland from Wyoming, Sheridan competed against four Montana schools in the annual Border Wars Saturday at Sheridan High School. The Broncs put up a solid showing, beating three of the four schools.

They took down Billings Skyview 41-23, Billings West 48-24 and Laurel 73-8. They fell to Billings Senior 41-30.

Seven Sheridan wrestlers — Chris Larson, Kolten Powers, Kelten Crow, Aiden Selcher, Cody Dunham, Nahir Aguirre and Dawson Goss — finished the day undefeated.

Sheridan stays home to host Lovell Thursday afternoon.

 

Sheridan, Big Horn, Tongue River begin indoor track season

SHERIDAN — Sheridan, Big Horn and Tongue River high schools kicked off the indoor track season Saturday at the Natrona Invite in Casper. Twenty-four teams and more than 900 student-athletes attended.

Sheridan compiled 17 top-five finishes. 

Below are the local top-five finishes in each event:

Boys

• First place: Sheridan’s Carter McComb — 6.55 seconds

• Second place: Sheridan’s Carl Askins — 53.73 seconds

• Third place: Sheridan’s Patrick Aasby — 53.74 seconds

• Fourth place: Sheridan’s Reese Charest — 53.99 seconds

• Fifth place: Sheridan’s Aiden Roth — 54.94 seconds.

• Fifth place: Sheridan’s Austin Akers — 2 minutes, 6.18 seconds

• Second place: Sheridan’s Austin Akers — 4:38.49

• Fourth place: Sheridan’s Sage Gradinaru — 10:53.21

• Fifth place: Sheridan’s Conner McKinney — 8.92 seconds

• Third place: Sheridan — 1:40.72

• Fourth place: Tongue River — 1:45.08

• First place: Sheridan — 3:35.57

• Fourth place: Sheridan’s Brennan Mortensen — 6 feet

• Second place: Sheridan’s Texas Tanner — 47 feet, 11 inches

• Fourth place: Tongue River’s Jacob Knobloch — 46-02.25.

Girls

• Second place: Sheridan — 1 minute, 57.25 seconds

• Fifth place: Big Horn — 1:00.83

• First place: Sheridan — 4:33.63

• Fourth place: Sheridan — 11:43.87

• Fourth place: Sheridan’s Josie Ankney — 33 feet, 8.50 inches

Arvada-Clearmont boys basketball drops two

CLEARMONT — The Arvada-Clearmont High School Panthers played two games at the Little Six Tournament in Meeteetse Saturday. They fell to Meeteetse 58-21 and Dubois 71-8. 

Arvada-Clearmont travels to Upton for a 5:30 p.m. game Friday. 

Lady Panthers lose two in Meeteetse tournament

CLEARMONT — The Arvada-Clearmont Lady Panthers …….

Source: https://www.thesheridanpress.com/sports/local-sports/local-sports-briefs/article_d9c7fde4-777f-11ec-96a4-e7430b182e04.html

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